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  • Steph Sanders
    commented 2018-06-19 17:12:06 -0600
    I am a Democrat concerned about naming any highways or schools after Obama. Unfortunately for our country and party he turned out to be the most fraudulent, racist, narcissistic, and immature president our country has ever suffered under. As the extent of his fraud becomes exposed over the years, his brand will not have a positive association. Then it will be that much more embarrassing to change the name back. So many of us are respectfully requesting you discontinue sponsorship and support of this bill. Thanks, Steph the Honest Democrat.
  • Karl Seebath
    commented 2018-05-23 10:10:49 -0600
    You have full support from our team! We would love to see some expansion of I-25!


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  • Robert Bussey
    commented 2018-04-27 19:08:56 -0600
    How do I vote NO for that treasonous President NOT to have a stretch of interstate named after him
  • Pat Lovett
    commented 2018-04-24 11:56:00 -0600
    In regards to Resolution 1016 why don’t you name the street where you were arrested for a DUI after that hack oboma!!
  • Ron Carboy
    commented 2018-04-24 10:32:44 -0600
    No.
  • Mary Phelan
    commented 2018-04-23 12:36:46 -0600
    He did nothing for the people and no, do not re name a portion of I 25. He screwed up the health care system, " you can keep your doctor", he drew a red line in the sand and made the US the laughing stock of the world and let hundred of poor people die from chemical weapons, he told the Russian president on a live mic, wait till I’m re-elected and then I can do something for you, strikes as collusion to me. Shouldn’t you be proposing something of substance that positively effects the people of CO.
  • john j
    commented 2018-04-20 14:48:52 -0600
    how does renaming I-25 HELP OUR STATE,other then divide even more? The people of the state should be able to vote on this to keep politicians like you from wasting tax payers money! Any representative should be voted out for being so out of touch with whats really important to the common sense people of Colorado!
  • Carol Baker
    commented 2018-04-20 09:11:06 -0600
    I LOVE THE IDEA OF NAMING A PORTION OF I-25 FOR PRESIDENT OBAMA. GOOD LUCK IN YOUR ENDEAVOR.
  • CeCelia
    commented 2018-04-20 07:12:40 -0600
  • CeCelia
    commented 2018-04-20 07:12:27 -0600
    I cannot believe anyone would want to name anything after Obama. He did absolutely nothing for our country.
  • Charles J
    commented 2018-04-19 22:05:29 -0600
    How about calling the Highway for Hussein Obama “HALF CRACKER”?

    Natural born Liar Obama. Who is the man? Where was he born?

    Could not get hired for the FBI because there is no background on the Loser.


    THAT IS SO ABSOLUTELY SPOT ON.
  • elva smith
    commented 2018-04-19 19:02:38 -0600
    No way should hwy be named after Obama. He should be sharing a cell next to Hillary.
  • Julie
    commented 2018-04-19 16:52:09 -0600
    I’ve been in this state longer then you. You do not represent this state! You represent your own believes. I find it sickening, you need to go to California I think you would fit in there. People like you have completely destroyed this state and this country. Do not force your imaginary good intentions on the rest of us Coloradans. We do not want it! No one in this state wants anything with Obama name attached to it . He is the worst President in history and a laughing stock. you are the only one that wants a highway with his name on it. That make you a complete jock to all of us.
  • Jack Meoff
    commented 2018-04-19 16:10:51 -0600
    Obama, divided the country, never spoke out about blacks being shot by white cops even when they had there right too… Your a fucken racist Pabon!
  • Joleen Schneider
    commented 2018-04-19 15:58:58 -0600
    WEdo not want anything about Obama in our state. Waste of money and Trump has done more than Obama has done in 8 years.
  • Nick Powell
    commented 2018-04-19 15:26:47 -0600
    Regardless of what kind of president that Obama was, this is a terrible terrible waste of tax dollars and time spent by our politicians…. PLEASE focus and work on real issues that effects Colorado citizens daily and not rename some stupid highway for a president who isn’t even from here. PLEASE stop wasting our tax dollars and politicians times with this.
  • Robin Williams
    commented 2018-04-19 15:17:09 -0600
    How bout you name it Trump Parkway!!!!!!
  • Kate Matson
    commented 2018-04-19 14:58:18 -0600
    Colorado would like you to focus your attention to real issues facing us. Perhaps our transportation problems. Coloradans are tired of watching elected officials not doing their job.

    Renaming our highway after Obama is a bad idea . After all Obama was one the worst president’s in the history of our country,
  • Julie Berke
    commented 2018-04-19 14:15:56 -0600
    you got a lot of nerve wanting to name anything after that POS.


    MAGA
  • Lorraine Bowen
    commented 2018-03-09 15:01:16 -0700
    I am floored that you would be a House sponsor of SB 18-200. Changing PERA from a defined benefit plan to a defined contribution plan would not help to alleviate the fiscal problems facing PERA. It would jeopardize the security of PERA recipients and help to create economic insecurity across the state as well as impact the teacher shortage. As a Democrat, you should be doing your best to protect the well-being of workers in both the private and public sectors. You should not be a puppet of out of state forces (Koch Brothers).
  • Cliff Brimmer
    commented 2018-02-24 09:27:04 -0700
    Our team supports you Dan and stands by the great work you are doing! Keep standing up and giving a voice for those in need.

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  • john vickery
    commented 2018-02-22 08:47:10 -0700
    Dear Rep. Pabon:

    Please consider doing something about the issue in this story


    CPR

    Immigration Advocates Argue New Probation Guidance Turns The Courts Into ‘ICE’s Lackey’


    BY ALLISON SHERRY FEB 22, 2018


    http://www.cpr.org/news/story/immigration-advocates-argue-new-probation-guidance-turns-the-courts-into-ice-s-lackey?utm_source=Denverite&utm_campaign=737b06e4ee-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_02_21&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_dd2c9a8936-737b06e4ee-139089149
  • Marie Giedraitis-edgar
    commented 2018-02-02 10:16:16 -0700
    I have subscribed to your newsletter to stay informed of your actions and values. I plan to vote for someone who demands more transparency in the CDOT/City/EIS decisions that are being made around the I-70 central project. I know you have considered the issues and I heard you say that a Re-route would affect too many folks north of Swansea Elyria neighborhoods. I would like to be sure you have looked carefully enough to know that CDOT/EIS did NOT include the 270/76 Reroute possibility in their meetings with neighbors. The realignment they offered as an option was going to be a new highway built south of I-270, plowing through additional neighborhoods. It is my hope that the Re-alignment and Re-Route options were not intentionally confused. Citizens have a right to transparency when they are asked for input. They have a right to real choices. Thank you for looking at this again and for your work for Colorado’s communities. – Marie
  • Robert Reed
    commented 2018-01-08 16:17:34 -0700
    Dear Sir; It has come to my attention that you plan on introducing legislation to restrict “Voting Rights” to those involved in the “Legal Marijuana” business in your state.

    Would you be so kind as to forward a copy of that legislation to me.

    Thanking You in advance.
  • Mary Stolp
    commented 2018-01-07 08:36:47 -0700
    Dear Dan,

    Our son is not severely mentally ill but he does need help. He received his first ever felony offense in August 2017. He couldn’t get his renter to leave his living room so he went to the kitchen and got a kitchen knife to threaten him to leave. He has remained in jail since this time due to his serious paranoia and confusion. He has been court-ordered to the state hospital and has been sitting in jail waiting for a bed. It will be six months of jail time for him by January 15th, 2018. His punishment doesn’t require any jail time; just 2 yrs. probation at the most. As you can only imagine, this has been an unbelievable experience for us as his parents. We didn’t bail him out due to his unpredictability and unwillingness to speak with us…before this incident, we had a very solid relationship. This was the recommendation of both attorneys who feel Michael needs help. We were onboard until we investigated the recent news of Colorado’s mental health facility where is to be restored to competency. It is frightful how the state has ignored the obvious need to address the mental illness issues that riddle the state. This institution and the people who are hanging on by a thread to do the right thing, need your support. How many flags do you wish to fly at half-mast and letters of condolences do you as congressmen want to write? Please support the following needs that are of the highest priority of Colorado to date:


    “One of the challenges is to get the Colorado Legislature’s approval of Gov. John Hickenlooper’s budget request for salary increases of $13 million in 2018 and $26 million in 2019 for state-run patient-care facilities — notably including CMHIP. Another challenge is to hire a strong, committed leader as CMHIP’s next superintendent.”


    Thank you for your consideration of this desperate plea. Parents of a son who needs your help and support to be a productive citizen of Colorado Springs. We can’t lose our son to a system that continues to operate broken.


    Sincerely, Mary and Rich Stolp, Colorado Springs residents


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  • Mary Stolp
    commented 2018-01-07 08:36:00 -0700
    Dear Dan,

    Our son is not severely mentally ill but he does need help. He received his first ever felony offense in August 2017. He couldn’t get his renter to leave his living room so he went to the kitchen and got a kitchen knife to threaten him to leave. He has remained in jail since this time due to his serious paranoia and confusion. He has been court-ordered to the state hospital and has been sitting in jail waiting for a bed. It will be six months of jail time for him by January 15th, 2018. His punishment doesn’t require any jail time; just 2 yrs. probation at the most. As you can only imagine, this has been an unbelievable experience for us as his parents. We didn’t bail him out due to his unpredictability and unwillingness to speak with us…before this incident, we had a very solid relationship. This was the recommendation of both attorneys who feel Michael needs help. We were onboard until we investigated the recent news of Colorado’s mental health facility where is to be restored to competency. It is frightful how the state has ignored the obvious need to address the mental illness issues that riddle the state. This institution and the people who are hanging on by a thread to do the right thing, need your support. How many flags do you wish to fly at half-mast and letters of condolences do you as congressmen want to write? Please support the following needs that are of the highest priority of Colorado to date:


    “One of the challenges is to get the Colorado Legislature’s approval of Gov. John Hickenlooper’s budget request for salary increases of $13 million in 2018 and $26 million in 2019 for state-run patient-care facilities — notably including CMHIP. Another challenge is to hire a strong, committed leader as CMHIP’s next superintendent.”


    Thank you for your consideration of this desperate plea. Parents of a son who needs your help and support to be a productive citizen of Colorado Springs. We can’t lose our son to a system that continues to operate broken.


    Sincerely, Mary and Rich Stolp, Colorado Springs residents


    Management Strategies

    1705 W. 31st Street

    Austin, TX 78703-1829

    512-450-0285 O

    512-669-6360 C

    512-450-0287 F

    mstolp@att.net
  • tommyray sena
    commented 2017-08-06 11:19:02 -0600
    call asap need your help! 720-366-8278 tommyray
  • tommyray sena
    commented 2017-08-06 11:17:38 -0600
    call asap need your help!
  • Chris Kampe
    commented 2017-03-30 10:06:38 -0600
    Rep. Pabon,

    I just read that Speaker Duran plans to add an amendment to the transportation bill ensuring that sales tax to add highway capacity won’t go towards managed lanes. I realize managed or toll lanes can be a hard topic to promote politically, but it is important that we don’t ask everyone to equally share the cost of single occupancy vehicles without promoting transit and carpooling. Here is a great infographic that might help Speaker Duran understand why tolls are a much more equitable way of paying for highway expansion than sales tax:

    https://www.strongtowns.org/journal/2017/1/23/taxes-or-tolls


    As someone who takes the bus or rides a bike to work every day, please help ensure that my sales tax dollars aren’t contributing to free highway lanes that will simply be congested again with induced demand after the expansion project is completed.


    Thanks for serving our community!!
  • Catherine Hanisits
    commented 2017-03-27 15:26:30 -0600
    Please oppose the I 70 Ditch project. These neighborhoods need to be put back together. You can’t widen this area without also widening the I25 – I 70 interchange. You will be creating another mousetrap which was recently fixed.

    Plus the environmental impact is not worth it.

    Have CDOT consider the alternative route.

    Thank you