This is a call to action for all Americans who wish to defend our Republic in order to protect the future of Colorado.

Citizens of Eastern Colorado. For the past three years in which I’ve had the honor to serve as a State Representative. I’ve seen a continuation of legislation that has been leading our state right over a proverbial cliff. But I am here to tell you that this “bad liberal policy freight train” that Colorado has been riding will come to an end, if citizens actively cast their ballots to change Colorados trajectory.

It is not too late for Colorado or rural Colorado. Make your voice heard by November 8th to stop the misguided and damaging policies that the Polis administration and the radical, progressive Democrats have been peddling for the past 4 years.

If my plea to better Colorado isnt enough, here are a few facts.

  1. Start with an increase in the state budget of over 10 billion dollars in just the last year by the Governor and his Democrat colleagues with relentless tax and spend policies.
  2. How about making the possession of four grams of toxic fentanyl a misdemeanor, which is considered a low level offense and may I remind you that this same drug has led to death and destruction of youth and families across Colorado. Yet, after a year of death Democrats give you a new “solution” to the fentanyl problem by allowing the possession of one gram of fentanyl opposed to four, which can still kill hundreds of kids or adults.
  3. How about record high inflation caused by hyper-government spending across the nation and this state, including every freebee grant program imaginable.
  4. There are even grant programs for marijuana shops in the inner city… not to mention all of which is funded by hard working taxpayers like yourself.

Still not convinced to ditch this Democrat train wreck heading for the Californicated cliff of doom?

How about the green energy boondoggle demanding 100% renewable by 2050 only 27 years away that kills rural Colorado counties and cripples farming and ranching in Eastern Colorado.

Wait, can you believe there could be more?
Well there is much more and I could fill half of this newspaper with the misuse of power I have witnessed. We as Americans have an obligation to vote in this election to protect the fabric of this great state so that generations to come will be able to succeed.

Please join me in voting for a new trajectory that helps Coloradans.

Representative Richard Holtorf
State Representative of House District 64/ House District 63 – (2023/2024)

Rep. Holtorf's 2022 Ballot Measure Reference

  1. Amendment D: Yes. We need more District Judges in an already over crowded judicial system.
  2. Amendment E: Yes.  These families have made the ultimate sacrifice and should receive our appreciation for losing a service member in combat action against a foreign enemy.
  3. Amendment F: No. This has no place in the Colorado Constitution.  We have a decent system already.
  4. Proposition FF: No. This is a $100 million tax grab to feed every kid in school.  Even wealthy and middle income families get a free ride on this gravy train.  We already have a federal free and reduced lunch program.
  5. Proposition GG: Add tax information table to petitions and Ballots. No. This is tax data metrics that is not needed and further divides our society along income classes.
  6. Proposition 121: Yes. I Rana similar bill with Senator Sonnenberg last year to reduce state taxes.  The state does not need more of your money.  The Governor and Democrats raised the state budget by $10 billion over the last couple years and they still need more of your money.  I think not!
  7. Proposition 122: No. We need more drugs in society so our youth and adults can have more mental health issues.  So we can have more homeless campos tip mentally ill persons.  I reject the California and Boulder drug culture.  This is bad for everyone!
  8. Proposition 123: No. The state does not need to carve out and set aside your tax money for Government housing projects.  The state legislature can do this annually with the legislative process in the Joint Budget committee if needed.  Making this perpetual is a bad idea.  This is also against TABOR.
  9. Proposition 124: No.  We have enough liquor stores in our communities.  This prop.  will create a monopoly of big box chain liquor stores across Colorado by issuing more licenses.  How much is too much of these types establishments.
  10. Proposition 125: Yes.  This is really not an issue.  I support small business.  Wine is being sold in these locations all around the world and Colorado stores will benefit from this prop.
  11. Proposition 126: Neutral.  You can go either way on this one.  My only concern is that minors will have more access to liquor as third parties may not screen properly at the point of sale.  Reality is that youth are already getting access to liquor and worse than that as the drug culture runs amok  Fentanyl is killing our youth all across the state due to bad Democrat legislation and policy.

They all have blood on their hands!

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