Clear The Bench Colorado Director Matt Arnold appearing at Candidate Search 2010 tonight at Budweiser Events Center

Clear The Bench Colorado Director Matt Arnold is appearing as the “special guest” at tonight’s Candidate Search 2010 forum at the Budweiser Event Center, First National Bank West Exhibition Hall (program starts with dinner at 6PM, speaker presentations beginning around 7PM, Friday Nov. 13th).  The forum invites candidates (of all parties) for Colorado’s statewide offices (Governor, U.S. Senate, and Secretary of State) along with regional candidates (Colorado Congressional District 4) to present their case to We The People (click here for the updated list of Candidate Search 2010 participants).

Northern Colorado grassroots organizations Fort Collins Tea Party, Loveland 912 Project, and We Will Not Fail have come together to organize the candidate search forum so that voters from across northern and central Colorado can listen to and ask questions of the candidates running for office in 2010.

Come out to hear, meet and question your candidates for office – and learn more about the most important votes you may not have known you could cast in the November 2010 elections: four “NO” votes on the question of retaining the unjust justices of the Mullarkey Majority on the Supreme Court.

YES, YOU CAN exercise YOUR right to vote “NO” on retaining the four unjust justices of the Mullarkey Majority (Justices Michael Bender, Alex Martinez, Nancy Rice, and Chief Justice Mary Mullarkey) who need YOUR approval to continue taking away your rights: your right to have policy decided by elected, accountable legislators (not unelected judges); your right to vote on tax increases; your right to have a say in how you are represented; and your right to enjoy the benefits of the rule of law, not rule according to the whims of activist, agenda-driven “justices.”  Support Clear The Bench Colorado with your voice (Sound Off!), your contributions, and your “NO” vote on retaining unjust justices in 2010!

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