2012 Elections

Rankin Applauds Efforts of Thompson Divide Coalition, But Hears a Lot of Hyperbole

October 11, 2012
When the boundaries of Colorado House District 57 were redrawn over the last year, Garfield, Rio Blanco and Moffat counties were left with an open race and no incumbent. As the 2012 elections approach, the district 57 candidates have used this opportunity to shape the discussion around issues like education reform, balancing the state's budget and the health and economic impacts of energy extraction.

Republican candidate Bob Rankin stopped by the KDNK studio this week to discuss some of those very issues.

KDNK's Eric Skalac asked Rankin about his stance on the efforts of the Thompson Divide Coalition to restrict or eliminate gas drilling leases and about the broader issue of balancing multiple uses on land coveted by diverse interests.
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1. Experience

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2. Economic Stability and Job Creation

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3. Thompson Divide and Longmont

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4. Amendment 64, Water and Education Reform

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