Dear Mr. Governor…

Under a special arrangement with The Aaron Harber Show and KBDI-TV Channel 12, Colorado Confidential readers are invited to submit questions to the Governor who is taping an Electronic Town Hall this week.

Participating in his first forum since taking office, Gov. Ritter will discuss the legislative session, his signature “Colorado Promise” strategic plan, and answer questions from citizens across the state. Colorado Confidential readers’ questions will receive “high priority” status for consideration, per a pre-taping agreement with the show.

“This is our first Electronic Town Hall forum with Governor Ritter,” Harber announced.  “We are honored to have the Governor and believe this illustrates how willing he is to make himself available to the people of the State of Colorado.”

The question guidelines are as straightforward as they get:

Gov. Bill Ritter (left) and Aaron Harber on a previously broadcast segment of “The Aaron Harber Show” on KBDI-TV.

  • Questions should be posted here no later than 6:00 p.m. MDT, Tuesday, March 20th in order to be forwarded to the show’s producers by deadline
  • There are no restrictions on subject matter or type of questions
  • There are no restrictions on who may submit questions.  Everyone is eligible to send in questions.
  • The host will attempt to have the Governor address as many questions as possible in the 60-minute program.

The Town Hall will be broadcast by KBDI-TV Channel 12 on Friday, March 23 from 9 – 10:00 p.m. and rebroadcast on Sunday, March 25th from 2 – 3:00 p.m. Check your local listings for details.

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