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A setback

Sadly, Amendment 72 did not pass in Colorado last night. Philip Morris steamrolled this election with a $17 million advertising blitz that deceived voters about Amendment 72. Having been outspent 14 to 1 on advertising, we couldn’t overcome Philip Morris’ smear campaign. This is a major setback for Colorado in…

It’s official: Colorado voters have chosen to make the state’s primary elections more fair and inclusive.   The approval of both Propositions 107 and 108 has ensured that more than 1 million unaffiliated voters will now have the ability to participate in primaries.   “This is a big win for…

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Have you seen these?

Make no mistake: smoking is a deadly addiction that kills more Coloradans than alcohol, AIDS, car accidents, illegal drugs, murders and suicides combined. For decades, tobacco companies have successfully lured kids into a lifelong addiction, even though one in three youth smokers will die prematurely because of it. The Yes on…

Ad to run on digital platforms, in TV markets across Colorado DENVER — Today, Let Colorado Vote, the campaign dedicated to building consensus for policies to increase voter access and participation, launched its first advertisement of the election season. “Can we play?” highlights the unfairness of Colorado’s current election systems that limit…

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Big Tobacco is at it again

Big tobacco is at it again, spending millions to push out a campaign of deceit. The tobacco industry has purchased nearly $7.7 million of television and radio time for commercials in Colorado to divert attention from the purpose of Amendment 72, which is to save lives, reduce smoking and stop thousands…

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Have you heard the news?

We’re on the ballot! The Colorado Secretary of State has approved our petitions for the November ballot. Now the hard work begins. We need to stay strong in our resolve if we’re going to win this campaign. While we haven’t seen any organized opposition from the tobacco industry yet, we…

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Help support Let Colorado Vote 2016!

Join other like-minded Coloradans as we work to open primaries to the 37% of voters currently locked out and to restore Colorado’s presidential primary election in 2020 Come to Great Divide Barrel Bar on June 27 to join Isaac Slade of The Frayand Let Colorado Vote as we discuss how…

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SUBJECT: It’s life and death

As we hit yet another end-of-month fundraising deadline and our inboxes fill up with appeals from campaigns large and small, McSweeneys Internet Tendency wonders what it would be like if we utilized that urgency and intensity in our everyday communications. TO: Evan FROM: The Mom Team SUBJECT: Just one coffee Son, We…

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A new crop of campaign logos

From Jeb! to Hillary, this campaign season is bringing us a crop of new campaign logos to admire and to scorn. Bright colors, corporate vibes, and a trend towards first-name-only branding define the direction of this batch. The flexible graphic identity from Obama’s 2008 campaign is now regarded as archetypal…

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A change is coming to DIA

In 1988, no one had ever heard of Facebook or Google. A hashtag was just a useless key on your cordless phone, and Michael J. Fox was about to make us all dream of a time when we could commute to work on a hoverboard. That same year, Adams County…