Tonight (Wednesday), Governor Bill Ritter will be taking questions in a live appearance on the Aaron Harber Show. Call 303-296-1253 starting at 8:00 p.m. to get in.
I’m sure you have something you’d like to ask. If not, you can probably find some fodder for questions here, here, here, here, here, and here. How about something along the lines of:
– If it’s so important to raise property taxes, why not ask the voters first?
– The Attorney General makes a strong case that you should ask the voters first. Why have you and your legal representatives not responded directly to any of his arguments?
– Should politicians and pundits be touting the tax increase as a boon for public schools, when there is no guarantee a single dime of extra revenue will fund them?
– Do you feel comfortable taking more than $1.7 billion in new taxes from Coloradans over the next 10 years on top of Referendum C, a record state budget, and only glowing promises for how the money will be spent?
As always, please be respectful and polite, though firm and clear. I would really like to hear our governor answer one or more of these questions.
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