On Episode 25 of Longmont Politics, Chris gave his impressions of the U.S. Presidential Debate, as well as the Longmont Debate & Forum. The main event was the debate between Congressional District 4 candidates Cory Gardner and Brandon Shaffer. Their debate brought up the issue of NISP (Northern Integrated Supply Project), and how Mr. Shaffer would not answer the question of if he supported it.
Next was Longmont Ballot Question 300, which is to ban fracking. A new group called Main Street Longmont has put out mailers and a TV ad, as well as their website NoOn300.com. On the other side, Our Health Our Future Our Longmont (OHOFOL – pronounced AWFUL) has a goal of raising $45,000 and has so far raised less than $600. But at least they have some great prizes for your non-tax deductible contribution.
Chris also made some off-the-cuff remarks about rumors of people thinking of running for mayor of Longmont in response to Dennis Coombs lackluster job, and sets the record straight on VoteLongmont!
Music played in this show was “Oxygen” by Dusty Hughes – courtesy of Music Alley.
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