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Giving the People a Voice

The Petition 1 Highlight 92 Comments 211 Signatures

To: Members of the Colorado Republican Senate Caucus


We the undersigned respectfully request that you defer the consideration of House Bill
16-1454 until the next regular session of the general assembly. The delay we seek is for
the purpose of providing adequate time for public input and debate relating to how
Colorados presidential nominating process should be conducted. We desire a public
forum where the concerns related to the 2016 process may be heard, and potential
solutions discussed, whether those solutions relate to improved political party processes
or the conduct of state-conducted presidential primaries. HB16-1454 was introduced
suddenly with an abbreviated public hearing with little public notice. Please allow broad
participation in any legislative solutions by delaying HB16-1454 and supporting our
desire for an organized public forum for these important deliberations on the manner in
which we nominate the President of the United States.

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Dee Ingrando United States, Colorado Springs


May 06, 2016
1

In favor of not rushing this bill, but, will one be passed by 2020? I am not happy
that I will not get to vote for our president for 2016....lots of "discriminatiion" to
all those who are handicapped, in a hospital, or at home rehab or have perm care
givers that COULD NOT get out to the Caucus to part of the process. My late
husband died of Agent Orange in 2009; served 31 years in the Marines - fighting
for our freedoms, especially to vote for our President. Had he lived thru 2016, he
would have died from a major heart attack before Agent Orange if he could NOT
VOTE for our President.

Mister Two United States, Winter Park


May 06, 2016
1

Please vote no on Bill 16-1454 and any late bills that give you our representatives
and we the people insufficient time to study.

Charles Ehler United States


May 04, 2016
1

At this point I don't see how we can properly address the problems in this bill, so
the best path is to kill HB 16-1454 and take the time to find and develop a proper
solution to the election process.

Catherine Lawrence United States, Boulder


May 02, 2016
1

Please vote no on Bill 16-1454

TERRI LAMERS United States, Eagle


May 02, 2016
1

I do not support rushing this bill through. Stop and give it due process.

Joel Karban United States, Parker


May 01, 2016
1

We the people demand to be heard and included in the process of how presidential
primary will be handled in Colorado.

Morgan Gianola United States, Broomfield


May 01, 2016
1

We need a strong third party presence and voice.

Christine Fine United States, Grand Junction


May 01, 2016
1

HB 16-1454 is being put through without input as a reactionary measure in


response to a vocal minority. The people, ALL of the voters, deserve to have their
voices heard, not just those who have the loudest, angriest microphone.

Dawn Rockett United States, Colorado Springs


Apr 30, 2016
1

Please hold off on this very important legislation until the people have time to
consider and research it. There is absolutely no reason to rush this through!

Kirk Watson United States, Denver


Apr 30, 2016
1

While HB1454 might not be technically an open primary, for all intents and
purposes allowing UAF to register with the primary is. Further, one could change
registration for the state primary in the summer. Also, the 2016 Colorado GOP
Assembly voted 2126 to retain the Caucus system to 1850 for a Primary. Delegate
selection is by state party rule.. whatever those might be. If there any way to
ensure superdelegates, this is it. Don't be reactive, bring this up for consideration
in the next session.

Valarie Murphy United States, Boulder


Apr 30, 2016
1

Any primary must not be open, and the taxpayers should never pay for party
organizing.

Steve Dorman United States, Denver


Apr 30, 2016
1

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There is NO need to rush this through. This important issue deserves careful
thought, compared to other ideas, and most of all...citizen input.

Peter Boddie United States, Denver


Apr 30, 2016

Rushing to solve this problem, if there really is a problem, is stupid.


It means you agree with Trump. Trump's campaign basically called us a bunch of
Nazis engaging in Gestapo tactics. Really!
Responding with this knee-jerk reaction means you agree with Trump. Think
about that.
Vote it down, and give people time to discuss and work out an appropriate
solution, or if one is even needed.

Sue Moore United States, Denver


Apr 30, 2016
1

A half-baked solution. Let's take some time to evaluate options and come up with
a real plan.

Ben United States, Denver


Apr 30, 2016
1

Colorado voters want a voice, Republicans in particular. Without a primary only a


small number who are disconnected with the general reality we all face,

manipulate a system that is full of chaos, corruption and fraud. Thankful some
state leaders are seeing this and doing something about it. Pass this bill!!

Milton Hartley United States, Marietta


Apr 30, 2016
1

Only registered Republicans should be allowed to vote in a "closed" primary.

Anonymous
Apr 29, 2016
1

More review needed and I oppose an "open primary" for either party.

bringback coloradoprimary United States, Aurora


Apr 29, 2016

I completely disagree with saving the Colorado Caucus. It's just a system to
legally bribe and manipulate delegates. Its only purpose is to disrupt Colorado
voters due to our history of voting for non-establishment presidential candidates.
The caucus also has long lines and discourages people from voting. Contact your
representatives and say you WANT HB16-1454. Pick your candidate without a
bunch of middle men disrupting the process!

Robert Miles United States, Denver


Apr 29, 2016
1

Closed primary is the best way to go.

Nancy Swanson United States, Arvada


Apr 29, 2016
1

Please don't be reactive but truly give thoughts & allow public input before
making this big & expensive decision!

Douglas Riley United States, Denver


Apr 29, 2016
1

I am opposed to an "open" primary, and we need time for people's voices to be


heard.

Joy Overbeck United States, Denver


Apr 29, 2016
1

Put the brakes on this until there's lots of ppls input; caucus has much grassroots
merit that primary lacks.

Steve Laffey United States, Fort Collins


Apr 29, 2016
1

Only republicans vote in Republican primaries...I don't get to play gold at augusta
nation, I am not a member.

Greg Dickinson United States, Erie


Apr 29, 2016
1

Please kill this bill, there are better solutions.

Anonymous
Apr 28, 2016
1

NO OPEN PRIMARY!!!

Mike Cowan United States, Ordway


Apr 28, 2016
1

Too soon to vote on this. Give it some time. This petition alone is evidence that
more consideration and discussion is needed.

David Brown United States, Longmont


Apr 28, 2016
1

I am against the idea of an open primary in any form whatsoever.

Jimmy Sengenberger United States, Denver


Apr 28, 2016
1

Emotions are running high, and many Coloradans do not understand the
significant issues at play with the current and alternative processes. Our
legislators should hold off on making a rash decision and address the issue in the
next legislative session, after the 2016 elections have passed.

Terri Lamer United States, Eagle


Apr 28, 2016
1

please do not consider this legislation. We need to give this due process and time
for public input.

Nancy United States, Byers


Apr 28, 2016
1

This bill needs to be put to rest and NOW. Please do NOT allow this bill to go
any further. Now is NOT the time to rush through a bill just because there was a
lot of noise surrounding the process that the noise makers didn't understand. This
is not MOB RULE. We are a representative government.

Carol Beckler United States, Broomfield


Apr 28, 2016
1

This should wait until this election is done, there is so much cofusion, on what is
the best way to handle this situtation.

Rip Blaisdell United States


Apr 28, 2016

Retain a republican process.


Retain caucuses to determine presidential slate just like we do Senate and
Congressional slates.
No petitions to access primary ballot - everyone must go through convention
selection process.
No open primary - Republicans must be registered minimum of 60 days prior to
primary.
No super delegates.

Al Kolwicz United States, Denver


Apr 28, 2016
1

This decision must be made thoughtfully. Please do not rush it.

Rexford L Louth United States, Colorado Springs


Apr 28, 2016
1

I am NOT in favor of an "open" primary. One should have to declare a party to


have input to that party's nominee.

Joan Lucia-Treese United States, Colorado Springs


Apr 28, 2016
1

More time is needed to fully evaluate the proposed changes vs. the caucus
process.

Larry Sarner United States, Denver

Apr 28, 2016


1

It's pretty clear to me that grassroots-caucuses have more legitimacy than mail-in
primaries. Plus, the State has no business telling political parties how to select
their presidential nominees. Even if the larger public opinion is that a primary is
nonetheless desirable, we have another three years to finally choose and settle the
details. Pushing this decision now is so obviously hasty that I question the
motives of the proponents proposing it now, especially in what appears to be a
rush-job at the last minute in the legislative session. If it unwisely passes and the
governor signs it, a later legislature should repeal it at the earliest opportunity.

Bill Bennett United States, Montrose


Apr 28, 2016
1

More input is needed to fix the Colorado primary process. Open primaries are
patently ridiculous. Defer this legislation, please.

Mary Eberle United States, Boulder


Apr 28, 2016

Please, not a presidential primary as laid out in HB16-1454--it has too many builtin problems. I personally would like to keep the March caucus AND have a
presidential primary in conjunction with an early June state primary (for our state
senators and representatives, county commissioners, etc.). Representative Everett
suggested this approach in the House State, Veterans, and Military Affairs hearing
on Monday afternoon (4/25/16). It would save a lot of money and give Colorado
voters a say if, as this year, the races go down to the wire.

Dan Green United States, Littleton


Apr 28, 2016

Our caucus system has worked well since 1912, notwithstanding criticism from
those who failed to participate this cycle. Why would we adopt an expensive
binding primary, spending millions of dollars just to coerce delegates to vote a
particular way, on just one ballot? And if we held a general ballot (not at caucus)
to elect delegates directly, we would be putting the expense of running for
delegate well out of reach for the average citizen. Why would we do that?
Essentially, primaries move political processes into back rooms, aggrandizing
power to party bosses and insiders. We really need some time to think this
through. I encourage our GOP Senators to table this until the next session, rather
than hurriedly pass something that will so profoundly change the process.

Beverly McAdam United States, Westminster


Apr 28, 2016
1

As a grassroots activist, past precinct committee person, and current District


Captain, I strongly urge delaying action on this HB.

Angela Dazlich United States, Denver


Apr 28, 2016
1

Caucuses mean accountability and draw the enthusiastic and informed. Primaries
have too many liabilities. Don't set the bar lower.

Carol Atkinson United States, Denver


Apr 28, 2016
1

The 2016 process was a mess, but acting in haste to change it would be a mistake.

Joy Nelson United States, Englewood


Apr 28, 2016
1

We the people want a say in how/who represents us in our government!! A caucus


is the only way we can make sure things are done via grassroots. It's starts with
the block moving up to nieghborhood and so forth. This is the only way you can
make sure we the common people have a say in our government all the way up.
Otherwise why bother, your voice isn't heard, because the insiders get to
determine everything for you. Therefore the caucus is the only way to go!!!

Anita Stapleton United States, Pueblo


Apr 28, 2016
1

Primaries will be added cost...result in 2 primaries-ine for president and one for
CO canidates! Only registered Republicans should have a say in who our nominee
is! Save the caucus system!

Mary Ann Barnson United States, Longmont


Apr 28, 2016
1

Let the voice of the people, not just the party bosses be heard!!

Clifford Andersen United States, Denver


Apr 28, 2016
1

A former state Party chairman tried ramming this through near the end of the
session last year. Now, here we are again. I find this dishonorable. It is
disrespectful of not only the legislative process, but of you as legislators and,
mostly, We the People who sent you here.

Tim vickery United States, Denver


Apr 28, 2016
1

Don't push it through

Harvie Branscomb United States, San Jose


Apr 28, 2016
1

http://www.coloradostatesman.com/letter-presidential-primary-bill-woulddamage-parties-beyond-repair/

Sue Johnson United States, Lafayette


Apr 28, 2016
1

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There is for this rush to change the fundamental process in Colorado citizens to
participate in the political process for selecting the leader of the United States!
We the people of Colorado love our grassroots process. Yes it is not perfect, but
neither will be the Primary process that is for sure!
We the people through the caucus process are able to gather in our
neighborhoods, talk about issues and candidates, and choose our representatives.
This is truly our fundamental right of representation in the political process!

Cheryl Thaxton United States, Broomfield

Apr 28, 2016


1

There is room for improvement in the current system for sure, but there is no
reason to not defer HB 16-1454. There needs to be public input in the system.

Christy Rodriquez United States, Windsor


Apr 28, 2016
1

Will someone please PRIMARY Tim Dore?! Wait, maybe that's why he's pulling
this crap - so RINO's like him can strip away the power of the people and do
whatever they want without repercussion because the establishment will have all
control.

kenny griffin United States, Arvada


Apr 28, 2016
1

Please let the people speak, this shouldn't have to be asked for in a freedom and
liberty oriented country.

Mike Ames United States, Denver


Apr 28, 2016
1

I agree this bill is a knee jerk reaction based on media's narrow one sided view

Jax Bubis United States, Westcliffe


Apr 28, 2016

I would really like to keep the caucus. It's the most accessible to everyone. It's the
truest form of republican democracy. The worst case would be an open primary. I
used to believe the primary was the thing. But that was because I'd never
participated in the caucus and didn't understand it. Hate that the uneducated
national media's criticism of OUR system is causing this knee-jerk reaction.

Margo United States, Parker


Apr 28, 2016
1

Education is information and information is power so let's educate the voting


community before we throw something at them without all the facts. Please defer
consideration of this bill until the voters can be educated fully so they know what
is being done. Thanks.

Jake Viano United States, Phoenix


Apr 28, 2016
1

This is a knee jerk reaction and had thus has no business being jammed through in
this leg session

Randy Corporon United States, Englewood


Apr 28, 2016
1

There is no hurry. A change this impactful should not be done in the frenzy of this
election year.

Anonymous

Apr 28, 2016


1

Keep the caucus. Kill this bill.

Terry Hargis United States, Littleton


Apr 28, 2016
1

More time is needed for adequate time for public opinion. When our state is low
on funds, we don't need to be throwing money into the wind.

Robyn Cafasso United States, Arvada


Apr 28, 2016
1

If we pursue a process funded by all tax payers, we would have to allow all
citizens to participate. NOT A GOOD IDEA!!!

Clem Borkowski United States, Colorado Springs


Apr 28, 2016
1

An open primary does not empower citizens to choose a party candidate. Kill this
bill.

Valarie Murphy United States, Boulder


Apr 28, 2016
1

Caucus is the purest form of representative democracy anywhere. Please do not


take this away from the people and force the taxpayers to pay for primaries.

Julie Scott United States, Denver


Apr 28, 2016
1

Please do not make hasty decisions in the heat of the moment. The people of
Colorado need thoughtful deliberate consideration in this matter.
Thank you!

Mary Eberle United States, Boulder


Apr 28, 2016
1

Please, not a presidential primary as laid out in HB16-1454--it has too many builtin problems. I personally would like to keep the March caucus AND have a
presidential primary in conjunction with an early June state primary (for our state
senators and representatives, county commissioners, etc.). Representative Everett
suggested this approach in the House State, Veterans, and Military Affairs hearing
on Monday afternoon (4/25/16). It would save a lot of money and give Colorado
voters a say if, as this year, the races go down to the wire.

Julie Williams United States, Denver


Apr 28, 2016
1

Please keep the Caucus! No Primary.

Larry United States, Colorado Springs


Apr 28, 2016

Clearly changes need to be made, but let's not ram something through at the last
moment.

Jon Macomber United States, Colorado Springs


Apr 28, 2016
2

Political parties are private entities. If the State uses taxpayer money to run a
primary, the State will set the rules for who votes, leading to an Open Primary
where anyone votes in any party's primary. Why should a Democrat/Republican
party want members of the opposite party or Independents voting to select their
party's candidates???

Cynthia Melstrom United States, Colorado Springs


Apr 28, 2016
1

Please! No open primary!


Keep the Caucus system!
thank you

Ann Macomber United States, Colorado Springs


Apr 28, 2016
1

An open primary is NOT what we want to go to in CO. I'd prefer we retained our
caucus system, but better educate people on how it's run and the prupose behind
it. It's the real representative government process to allow the people a voice in
elections.

Jan Verhoeff United States, Colorado Springs


Apr 28, 2016
1

Please hold off until the next regular session of the general assembly, and then
vote to retain the caucus process. Thanks

Scott Reynolds United States, Parker


Apr 28, 2016
1

I prefer the present caucus system. I am skeptical of the need for any legislative
solution to the perceived "problem", given that the party nomination processes are
a function of private organizations, not of the government. At the very least,
extensive public discussion needs to take place before any "solution" is adopted.

Kendal Unruh United States, Arvada


Apr 28, 2016
2

Any drastic change like this needs more consideration.

Jody Senia United States, Peyton


Apr 28, 2016
1

Keep the caucus!! NO open primary!!!!!!

Grant Van Der Jagt United States, Aurora

Apr 28, 2016


1

I do not want a primary.

Randy Licht, Cathy Licht, Scott Licht, Emma Licht United States, Monument
Apr 28, 2016
1

The reason we use the caucus / convention process is to allow grassroots input,
and downplay the role of money.

Dale Gustafson United States, Fort Collins


Apr 28, 2016
1

2020 is the next presidential election. Let we the people study this issue. No need
to jump the gun and vote on this bill when emotions are running wild and
common sense is totally absent.

Sharon Croghan United States, Roggen


Apr 28, 2016
1

Postpone presidential primary bill for next session.

Debi Sporleder United States, Walsenburg


Apr 28, 2016
1

I insist we are allowed our due process. Pushing this through would be abhorrent.
Please listen to the people.

Stephen Allen United States, Denver


Apr 28, 2016
1

The method by which we choose a presidential candidate in Colorado is too


important to rush a bill thorough without any public input or deliberation. Does
anyone remember the Obamacare disaster? As Republicans we should be driven
by vigorous and healthy debate on the merits of any proposed changes to our
election laws. We should not allow special interests to influence our longstanding
and effective caucus nomination process.

George Athanasopoulos United States, Denver


Apr 28, 2016
1

If this bill is passed as is, our political process will become the exclusive province
of special interests and big money. All we ask is that the General Assembly table
the bill and allow the 2016 dust to settle, lest they make a poor decision.

Bob Bornemeier United States, Denver


Apr 28, 2016
1

Colorado needs this time to gain everyone's input!

Tim Ziegler United States, Denver


Apr 28, 2016

I will not vote for the Denver Post/9News/KOA Revenue enhancement bill.

Don Rodgers United States, Colorado Springs


Apr 28, 2016
1

This is too important to act so quickly. We need a full discussion of what course
is in the best interest of the of all.

Vickie Tonkins United States, Colorado Springs


Apr 28, 2016
1

Please keep the caucaus in Colorado. Here what we the people have to say.

Kevin Larsen United States, Denver


Apr 28, 2016
1

The rush to create this crappy bill is like playing prevent defense. The Broncos
found that pretty ineffective against Baltimore a few playoffs ago. Instead, let's be
Von Millers and blitz the stupid open primary initiative.
In 2010 everyone was quaking in their boots over Amendments 60, 61, and
Proposition 101. They would have choked municipal government. Folks were
running for cover because in the spring of that year, those initiatives were polling
favorably - by a good margin. Guess what? The public got educated and pushed
back, and defeated this things soundly - by a 70/30 margin. The same could be
done for this measure.

I think the truth is that those proposing this as a "defensive" measure are using the
initiative as a red herring. They actually want this, for data on unaffiliated voters,
to enhance the chances for moderate candidates, to push control into national
parties. The collection of supporters is eclectic and their particular reasons varied,
but they all want this change. Don't fall for the narrative.
Finally, the next presidential primary is in 2020. Why the hurry now? Even if we
move to a presidential primary, take the proper time to get citizen input, be
thoughtful and get it right.

Brad M Wann United States, Denver


Apr 28, 2016

It has worked for Colorado for a hundred plus years. We tried to caucus for 8
years and it failed us miserably and cost taxpayers millions of dollars. I hope that
our elected officials do not waste our time and our tax dollars on this.
#caucasworks

Donald Olmstead United States, Colorado Springs


Apr 28, 2016
1

Keep the caucus and assembly as is please.

Sarah Arnold United States, Denver


Apr 28, 2016
1

Rather than make rash, knee-jerk reactions, please consider a thoughtful and
thought-out approach.

Matt Arnold United States, Aurora

Apr 28, 2016


1

HB 16-1454 is an OPEN primary pretending to be a closed primary - deceiving


voters and depriving them of associational rights. Kill this bill.

Christina Griffiths United States, Denver


Apr 28, 2016
1

This is not the time to change from a caucus to a primary. It send the wrong
message that we don't respect our own processes. Please table this discussion until
next session. Research and discussion to see what may be the best way to move
forward is the prudent path to take.
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