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Leonardo DiCaprio Oct 25
Join the movement to keep big money interests and dirty drilling out of Colorado. Vote . Find out more: .
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Al Gore Oct 29
I urge Colorado voters to vote to protect homes, schools, playgrounds and other vulnerable areas from fracking. As oil & gas spends millions to fight this, your citizen-led campaign can protect Coloradans and make climate justice history!
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Denver DSA🌹 Oct 16
YES on Proposition 112, obviously.
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Katie Falkenberg Nov 5
I voted. You should, too.
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Adam Cayton-Holland Nov 6
Hi! Colorado: fuck these out-of-state oil and gas interests.
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Oil Change U.S. Oct 30
Big Oil is trying to drown us out – but we're not going to let them! People Power >>> Big Oil's millions. Share this video widely to fight back against dirty energy money & make big gains for real action!
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Colorado Rising Nov 6
Colorado is RISING UP against corporate corruption and protecting people and planet!!!
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Jessica Lawyer Oct 17
Vote YES on Prop 112! Safer setbacks mean healthier kids!!
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JulesFWW Nov 5
Who wouldn't want to GOTV for on ? Big Oil's Big Bucks vs. grassroots power!
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Jonny 5 Nov 5
Oil and gas spent 40 million to defeat safer fracking standards in CO. I don’t have 40 million, but I can ride my bike...
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John Whitney Nov 6
Ok everyone in Colorado and
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AM is a Rockies, Broncos and Nuggets fan Nov 4
I am so tired of the damn "No on 112" commercials. It seems like every other commercial on TV or the radio.
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Colorado Values Oct 29
COGCC hearing docket has 52 pages of items. The requests for new “forced” pooling of mineral rights owners who won’t agree to sell or lease to operators cover 141 square miles of Colorado. Only 8 days until election. This abominable situation drives support for .
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Zach M. Oct 30
Dear Colorado, let’s make it easy here. No on 74. Yes on 112. Don’t let oil and gas companies pollute and endanger this state any more than they already have. No on 74. Yes on 112. No on 74. Yes on 112. Again, that’s... No on 74. Yes on 112.
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Bill McKibben Oct 20
In Colorado Springs this morning where canvassers are spreading out in the anti-fracking fight.
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🌹Sebastian Simon #3rdParty2020🌹 Nov 5
If you care about Colorado’s clean water, preserving our snow for future seasons, renewable energy, and denying the oil and gas lobbies control over CO politicians, vote: -it’s a roundabout measure to bankrupt the CO government if passes -Fracking Ban
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Yoav Lurie Nov 4
Not sure how I wound up on pro-fracking target lists. 🤷🏻‍♂️
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Jamie Harkins Oct 24
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HeidiHenkel Nov 4
You get another hour to vote for safer setbacks for oil and gas and in Colorado, friends!
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Mike Foote Nov 1
So if the oil and gas industry tells one lie multiplied by $38 million dollars, does it somehow become the truth?
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