Legislature’s Lundberg, i2i’s Caldara to headline gathering of tax-CUT-ters
Author: Dan Njegomir - May 17, 2017 - Updated: June 6, 2017
The fiscally conservative Colorado Union of Taxpayers — whose “CUT ratings” of lawmakers’ voting records over the years could make or break the conservative credentials claimed by many GOP officeholders — doesn’t have quite the profile it did in the days of its late co-founder and all-around activist behind the scenes, Vern Bickel. Arguably, it doesn’t have as much clout, either, given the other state and national center-right advocacy groups that have stepped into the fray over the decades.
Yet, the 40-plus-year-old “CUT” brand still can draw a flock of faithful tax cutters and budget hawks. It also can bring some notable names in the limited-government movement to the stump, like Republican state Sen. Kevin Lundberg and the Independence Institute’s Jon Caldara.
And the May 22 membership event detailed below might even grow CUT’s base, to boot.
The following e-flyer just came in across the transom with all the information you’ll need to RSVP. Read on:
Colorado Union of Taxpayers
The Taxpayers Voice Since 1976
CUT Membership Event
Legislative End of Session Event
Senator Kevin Lundberg
Independence Institute Chairman Jon Caldara
Colorado Automobile Dealers Association
290 E Speer Blvd, Denver CO 80203
When: Monday, May 22, 2017
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Cost $15, free for paid 2017 membership
(CUT annual membership $25)
Goodies from CUT Board
PO Box 1976, Lyons CO 80540 Taxpayer Hotline 303-494-2400
Web Site: www.coloradotaxpayer.org