Denver Post: “Donald Trump continued to question Colorado’s first mail-ballot presidential election in his second visit in as many days to the crucial swing state. “Do you think those ballots are properly counted?” he asked the crowd Sunday at the University of Northern Colorado.”
“Thomas Crawford, a registered Democrat from Denver, traveled to Greeley for the rally. He and wife Martha, a lifelong Democratic voter, cast ballots for Trump.
“I think the Clintons have sold this country down the river,” said Crawford, a 49-year-old salesman.
“Trump’s not a politician. He’s going to drain the swamp,” added Martha Crawford, 63.”
Last year the Denver Post just ran a story about Silverton deciding to seek federal funds for the Gold King Mine spill disaster: “Many in Silverton for years have sought to quash worries about the effects of its digging heritage, but now, after pressure brought on by the EPA-caused disaster, they are shifting their tone… Silverton’s wariness toward the EPA has been centered around the agency’s wanting to designate the area a Superfund site. Such a label could have brought substantial remediation funds, but with it, the community feared, stigma as being a priority hazard site.”
The Gold King Mine disaster was caused by EPA contractors. EPA contractors were responsible for polluting Flint River in Michigan.