Bob Richardson for commissioner |

Bob Richardson for commissioner

Richard T. Moolick

Dear Editor,

Well, Bob Richardson, why not?

He rightfully defended a “Man Who Likes Dogs” against a “Lawyer Who Likes Money” – Allard vs. Strickland?

Why not Bob Richardson conducting a spirited write-in candidate campaign against Walt Stowe as County Commissioner? It makes sense.

Stowe, as a contractor, is vulnerable to pressure from the general contractors of our county. Just look at his flip-flop on the Prehm Ranch. Apparently under pressure from the Prehm Ranch project’s lawyer he caved, giving taxpayer rights to the Prehm Ranch. What a crime.

Back to Bob Richardson. Here’s a man who obviously defends the public’s rights from both lawyers and all others. A man we can depend on.

Please call Bob up and see if you can’t persuade him to make a bold write-in candidacy campaign which will knock Walter Stowe’s socks off and forever keep him out of public office.

We just can’t afford to have candidates who are vulnerable to business pressures.

We need a candidate who can look unafraid into his mirror each night.

Sincerely yours,

Richard T. Moolick

Glenwood Springs

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