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Polis doubles down on jailing businesspeople

Denver, CO - After our revelation last week that Jared Polis’ business platform included plans to criminalize employment law and send business-owners to prison, (his words) Polis’ campaign responded to questions about it from the Denver Business Journal. Instead of walking back the radical position, Polis’ campaign decided to double down: “Asked about the video, Polis’

November 5th, 2018|Press Release|

Compass Colorado debuts television ad

Denver, CO - This week, Compass Colorado released a new television ad which highlights some of the potential real-world consequences of Jared Polis’ premier platform plank, “Medicare for all.” As a sponsor of H.R. 676 "Medicare for all" Polis is directly advocating for the permanent destruction of the private health insurance market which has the

November 1st, 2018|Press Release|

Pandora’s Box of local regulation passes in Adams County

BRIGHTON, CO - Today the Adams County Board of County Commissioners voted 4-1 in favor of a 30-day moratorium on any new oil and gas permit applications within the county. They announced consideration of this measure publicly just yesterday, and rammed it through in the 11th-hour, after over 45% of ballots have already been cast

October 30th, 2018|Press Release|

Polis’ account doesn’t match reports

DENVER - In an interview and subsequent debate questions about a 1999 incident with an employee, Jared Polis paints himself as the victim of a crime who, although regretful of the situation “didn’t do anything wrong.” There were several instances during Polis’ most recent interview with Fox 31’s Joe St. George in which Polis recounts

October 25th, 2018|Press Release|

Jared Polis’ caravan conundrum

Denver, CO - One of the most widely covered national news stories is the “caravan" of an estimated more than 7,000 migrants marching toward the United States’ southern border. Regardless of how one feels about issues of legal immigration, illegal immigration, and the best ways to handle each, Jared Polis' history demonstrates a philosophy that

October 23rd, 2018|Press Release|

Jared Polis Increased Teachers’ Fees by 66% While on State Board of Education – Making Teachers Pay to Apply for a Job

DENVER – Although he was only on the State Board of Education for one term, Jared Polis raised application fees on teachers three times. Just five months into his six-year term, Polis approved his first fee increase and continued to vote routinely to increase fees on new teachers and substitute teachers. A later increase, during Polis’

October 22nd, 2018|Press Release|