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EXAMINER: Denver ET Affairs Commission ballot Initia tive 300 ‘is going to pass,’ predicts Denver City Audito r

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    Denver City Auditor predicts Denver ET Affairs Commission ballot initiative is going to pass By Alfred Lambremont
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 8, 2010
      Denver City Auditor predicts Denver ET Affairs Commission ballot initiative
      'is going to pass'By Alfred Lambremont
      Seattle Exopolitics Examiner
      October 8th, 2010 11:59 am PT

      Dennis J. Gallagher<http://www.denvergov.org/Default.aspx?alias=www.denvergov.org/auditor>,
      a former Denver city councilman, and now the elected City Auditor of Denver,
      Colo., has predicted that Initiative 300, the Nov. 2, 2010 ballot initiative
      for the creation of an Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission for the City of
      Denver, Colorado, �is going to pass� in the general election to be held on
      November 2, 2010.

      This revelation came in an exclusive ExopoliticsTV interview with Jeff
      Peckman, chief proponent of Initiative 300 that Examiner.com readers can
      view in the article below.

      Mr. Peckman also discusses two key endorsements of Initiative
      as well as his views on what the legacy of the two-year campaign to secure
      an Extraterrestrial Affairs commission in Denver will be.

      ��I support Initiative 300 to create an Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission
      and I encourage people to vote yes,� says Veronica Barela, CEO and Executive
      Director of NEWSED, a major community development organization. Latinos
      account for about 30% of the Denver population over age 18 who are eligible
      to vote. The Denver Post has referred to Veronica Barela as �Denver�s West
      Side power broker�. NEWSED is also the organizer of Denver�s Cinco de Mayo
      celebration which draws around 300,000 annually to Civic Center Park in

      ��From a fully conscious place deep in my heart I support Initiative 300 to
      create an Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission and to create this as a public
      acknowledgment that they [ETs] do exist,� says Michael Newell, Former Denver
      Police Officer Michael Newell had friendly encounters with five
      extraterrestrial races during a 24-hour period which included September 11,
      2001. Newell is a former Army C.I.D. (Criminal Investigation Division)
      Agent, Viet Nam Veteran, police officer, and advisor to international
      clientele on management of counter-terrorism, stalking, and conflict
      management. Michael Newell has helped change �stalker� laws and saved lives.
      He has been featured on CBS News "48 Hours" and was referred to as �The
      Real-Life Equalizer�. He was also honored as an �Everyday Hero� by ABC TV
      affiliate Channel 7 � The Denver Channel.�

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