Al Kolwicz, the chair of the Colorado Voter Group, has been an election integrity advocate for at least the 15 years I have known him.
This is his reaction to the actions of the Broomfield government.
Marry Eberle has been an election integrity advocate for at least the 10 years I have known her. In order to silence her the Broomfield government has taken her to court to prevent her from getting public documents. This is her letter to the Broomfield government:
The actual petition can be found here: Petition for Declaratory Relief
Chair, Boulder County Libertarian Party
Attached please find a copy of a Petition for Declaratory Relief that was filed yesterday in the Boulder District Court.
It seeks judicial determination of the eligibility of Cindy Domenico to serve another term as Boulder County Commissioner
under the Term Limits section of the Colorado Constitution.
Please note that I have served you (as well as the chairs of the Boulder County Democratic, Republican and Green parties) because I think each of the political parties are “interested” parties and should have the right to be heard before the Court makes a final determination of the issue.
Please advise me whether you would be willing to voluntarily accept service of the document and thus waive the right
(and need) to have a sheriff personally serve you.
Very truly yours,
A note from the Chair:
In this email I want to list and thank some of the very special people who have worked so hard for libertarian and good voting causes with whom I have had the pleasure of interacting with in the past year.
Carelli’s will be closed Thanksgiving Day so there will be no Libertarian Lunch.
On behalf of the LPBC, I want to wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving.
We have much to be thankful for.
I personally want to thank all my friends who come to our lunches. I want to thank the LPBC Board for the work they all do for liberty.
I want to thank all those of all political parties who have worked so hard to promote election integrity.
I want to thank you all.