Jonathan Lockwood
Communications Director
Udall campaign fails to comply with state regulations
DENVER (March 20, 2014) — The State of Colorado recently filed a tax lien against Senator Mark Udall’s campaign. The filing in the Denver Business Journal lists the lien is listed under “tax type” of “unemployment” and is for the amount of $458. According to the Denver Business Journal, as of last month, the lien had not been yet paid.

“Every day small business owners struggle with onerous red tape and complicated government regulatory schemes,” said Kelly Maher, executive director of Compass Colorado. “It is ironic that a major proponent of taxes and regulation cannot himself jump through the many varying hoops created by government.”