We are happy to announce that a starter collection of historic pins are now available at our office in downtown Canon City!
Pick up your collector’s edition pins! $5 each or 3 for $10. We anticipate offering these pins for mail order via this website in a few weeks.
Get ahead of the crowd and pick up your limited edition pin at our office: 628 Main in Cañon City.
Office hours are 10 am to 2 pm weekdays, or other times via appointment.
Call the office at 719-276-9150 to inquire. Leave a voicemail message if necessary.
Shouldn’t we pay “LESS” for healthcare too? Check out our latest Schoolhouse ROCK! style video showing how the U.S. fails when other countries pay so much “LESS” for healthcare and cover all. It's time to save billions and cover all with #MedicareForAll #SB562!
Posted by Healthy California Campaign on Thursday, January 11, 2018
On Monday, March 6, YOU could be elected to the most influential and important office to be filled in this year’s elections!
If the Precinct Caucus is where “the rubber meets the road” in American Democracy, the Precinct Committee Person is the tread on the tires which steers and powers the machine of Grassroots governance.
Each precinct will elect two Precinct Committee Persons (PCP) to their County Committee. The PCPs must commit to serving two-year terms organizing and representing citizens in their neighborhoods. The PCP is charged with assuring that the County Committee truly represents the interests and priorities of voters in each of their neighborhoods. The job is not difficult but does require personal interaction with their neighbors in order to honestly represent their common interests.
“The American people deserve real, bipartisan tax reform that puts the middle class first, [creates] good-paying jobs and lowers the deficit,” said House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi of California. “This Republican plan doesn’t do any of that.”
He says the bill would “allow the United States of America to do what every other major country on earth is doing and guarantee health care for all as a right, not a privilege.”