After two days of putting out signs, we have about two hundred yard signs out, and nine 4x8 signs out. We have locations for ten more which will go out over the next week. We have three on Wadsworth between 87th and 80th, Two on Old Wads, and four in the countryside neighborhood. Soon to have on the corner of 104th and Sheridan, on 104th, on 80th near pierce, and on 86th near Standley Lake. Keep eyes open If you want a yard sign, let us know. Robert@ramirezforcolorado.com, or 720-334-VOTE.
Check out the pictures in the picture gallery.
I have heard enough about how every conservative speaker is a Hate mongering Racist, and every liberal is well not. At every turn, at every speech, at every opportunity conservatives have been labeled as racists. They have been called hate mongers, and fear mongers. Well, let me say that enough is enough. We have a country in crisis. We have a divided people on the basis of who is going to take care of us. I WANT NO ONE TO TAKE CARE OF ME!!!!
The Stump Speech
Posted by: Hugh Hewitt at 10:56 AM
For the use of every Republican candidate for every House and Senate seat and every Governor’s office.
Thank you for having me today. Let me be blunt and to the point because so many of the Democrats are not.
The stimulus failed. Massive amounts of spending failed. A mountain of new regulations failed.
President Obama and his team promised that unemployment wouldn’t go above 8% and it is at 9.5% and that number doesn’t reflect the millions of Americans who have simply given up looking for a new job.
I was told today that paid walkers from (THE NEIGHBORHOOD PROJECT) walking and handing out Benefield fliers. According to one of the paid walkers they are given $10 per hour by the neighoborhood project, which if you don't know is an ACORN style group. If you encounter one of these walkers please be pleasant and let them go on about their business. They do not have any of the knowledge about the race nor do they care, from what I have been told. They are only trying to make a living influencing our race in our town. We must get our neighbors out and active.
I have been told that the Ramirez for Colorado Campaign has been affectionately called "Robert and his band of locusts".
While under normal circumstances, that may seem odd, it is not. We have been everywhere. We have knocked on more doors than I can count.
The continued support by the volunteers and supporters is amazing. We walked for only two hours last night. We had nine people walking. On a week night nine people turned off their televisions for a couple of hours, walked away from their computers and went out to help fight for a candidate that will WORK to bring some common sense back to our Legislature.
Today was to be the hottest day of the year. We had a schedule to keep, so we prepared by bringing a cooler of ice water, and we made sure to take breaks in the shade.
A very good Friday, and a good Saturday turned into quite the week. We are now at 11,872 homes. The positives are still on the increase. We have hit some negatives, but, in comparison to the whole, they are not even a percentage. As always, we could not have done this without the help of our volunteers. Thank you again.
When we first ventured into the idea of running for office, fear was in the forefront. I wasn't until we realized that the office I was seeking was not that far out of reach. We organized a great staff. We brought our volunteers together. We helped teach and support the volunteers through the caucus and assembly processes. We then began walking. Talking to the people in our neighborhoods has been wonderful. We have only had one or two that were a little rude at first, but, they too became pleasant to speak with.
The past week has been a rough one for walking precincts. We had five days of rain. That put a damper on things to say the least. We were however able to knock on just over 800 homes in this past week. That consisted of four nights walking for two hours a night. I am very excited about both the response and the activism by the volunteers. We have officially knocked on 7200 doors, and we keep moving. We spoke to several business owners last week and were able to put window signs up in several businesses.