While Oil and Gas Development becomes more prevalent in our Colorado communities, current state legislation is failing to represent the will and best interests of the people. A growing body of evidence suggests hydraulic fracturing and other highly industrial processes are associated with severe health impacts, lowered property values and contamination of our air and water.
The time has come for Coloradans to take a stand for the health and safety of our communities. This is our Colorado and we must preserve our right to protect our families, properties and way of life.
There are only 21 inspectors for the 50,000+ active wells in Colorado
Colorado is home to a number of diverse communities with unique concerns. “One size fits all” regulations are inappropriate to our needs. We have both the opportunity and responsibility to protect our communities and the future of Colorado. Cast your ballot in favor of local control over hydraulic fracking and Oil & Gas Development.
We are a Colorado grassroots movement working to gain local control over oil & gas development and fracking in our communities via a state ballot initiative.
Whether you’re a first time voter or just need to update your information, Go Vote Colorado can help you out.
Colorado stands for independence
Empowers cities and counties to set their own standards providing Coloradans with regional flexibility in regard to fracking and other highly industrial forms of Oil and Gas Development.
Protects communities from Oil and Gas Industry & state sponsored
lawsuits that seek to strip citizens of their right to protect their families
Ensures that the interests of millions of Coloradans are represented, over Big Oil and Gas.
Many small businesses are getting involved including a number of exterior painting companies in Denver and Colorado Springs.
The Oil & Gas industry self-reported over 500 spills in 2013 alone
Be it Enacted by the People of the State of Colorado:
Article XVIII of the constitution of the state of Colorado is amended BY THE ADDITION OF A NEW SECTION to read:
Vote for local control because you love Colorado