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October 20, 2006 12:48 AM UTC

CO Springs Paper Endorses Ken Gordon

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  • by: badboybilly

In a strange endorsment twist CO Springs paper endorses Ken Gordon.  They must have felt guilty for all the free advertising they’ve been giving Coffman.

http://www.csindy.co…

Colorado’s secretary of state is responsible for conducting elections and overseeing campaigns, as well as businesses and licensing. The office serves very much like a referee in a soccer match. It is crucial that the person who heads this office has a deep understanding of the electoral game, as well as a reputation for fairness.

Ken Gordon, who has served in the Colorado Legislature for 14 years, has sponsored scores of bills to improve our democracy, reduce the influence of special interests, and make our government more accountable to its citizens. For example, he fought hard to pass a Colorado law that mandates every voting machine produce an accurate paper record.

Gordon, who has consistently refused to accept political action committee (PAC) contributions, pledges that once elected, he will bring back impartiality, independence and accountability to the SOS office. His track record indicates he will do just that.

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3 thoughts on “CO Springs Paper Endorses Ken Gordon

  1. The Colorado Springs Independent is the equivalent of Westword. You’re thinking of the Gazette. This isn’t surprising and it isn’t remotely a twist.

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