Letter to the Editor: Concerned about Prop 112

Posted 11/2/18

I am a Colorado Native with two boys that are 6 and 3. I am blessed to live and work in my state. I love my job, my company, and my industry. I am very passionate about my job and all that it does …

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Letter to the Editor: Concerned about Prop 112

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I am a Colorado Native with two boys that are 6 and 3. I am blessed to live and work in my state. I love my job, my company, and my industry. I am very passionate about my job and all that it does for me and my family. Proposition 112 would eliminate my job and this would not only affect me but an additional 147,000 other Colorado oil and gas employees.
Proposition 112 was proposed and supported by Boulder-based Colorado Rising, a group well known for its intolerance and hostility toward Colorado’s oil and gas industry. Their Proposition may be appealing in Boulder, but is too extreme and reckless for the rest of us.
Opposing Proposition 112:
• Colorado’s Governor, Democrat John Hickenlooper
• Denver Mayor, Democrat Michael Hancock
• Both candidates for Governor, Democrat Jared Polis and Republican Walker Stapleton
• Both candidates for Attorney General, Democrat Phil Weiser and Republican George Brauchler
• Former U.S. Interior Secretaries, Democrat Ken Salazar and Republican Gale Norton
Each of these individuals fully understand the tremendous contribution that Colorado’s highly-regulated oil and gas industry makes to Colorado’s economy.
Celeste Cardoso,
Golden

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