Hickenlooper To Kick Off School Finance Campaign Thursday

Up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane!

Up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane!

The announcement went out from the Colorado Commits to Kids campaign moments ago–no word yet on how Gov. John Hickenlooper plans to arrive (see photo right), but regardless assuming the public face of the campaign to significantly revamp Colorado's income tax structure to properly fund the state's public education system:

Please join Gov. John Hickenlooper and supporters of the Colorado Commits to Kids campaign for our official kick-off on Thursday, August 15 at 1:00 p.m. Full details are below.
Colorado Commits to Kids is working to provide vital funding needed to improve our state’s schools and ensure a quality education for every child in Colorado…

Who: Gov. John Hickenlooper and Colorado Commits to Kids supporters
What: Statewide Campaign Kick-off
Where: Green Mountain High School
13175 W. Green Mountain Dr.
Lakewood, CO 80228
When: 1:00 pm

Backers are glad to have Hickenlooper's persuasiveness on their side however it arrives, of course, but we're suckers for a good stunt. And Green Mountain High School's football field is big enough to land on, right?


10 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. n3bn3b says:

    Hick has lost has charm. Hick's approval numbers are in freefall after this year's lurch to the left.

    Between the recalls and the tax hike, 2013 is going to end in a sad face for the libtards.

  2. DaftPunkDaftPunk says:

    Yo Dead Guvs-

    Any jackwad with a piehole to spew from can write whatever nonsense they please.

    Might we discourage avatars which advocate violence?

  3. ClubTwitty says:

    'libtard'  classy. 

  4. davebarnesdavebarnes says:

    Metaphorically speaking, John's parachute is not going to open this time.

    • JeffcoBlueJeffcoBlue says:

      You've got a chance of being right, so are you just making a gamble? Because I don't think it's as hopeless as you doomsay. I've asked you several times to show me evidence that a progressive tax is unpopular. How about it?

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