UPDATE 2: All three Compass Colorado radio spots are up now.
UPDATE: The two Too Taxing for Colorado radio ads have been added. They are running in the West Slope, Denver metro, Larimer/Weld, and El Paso.
The proposed $3 Billion tax increase known as Prop 103 has one way and one way only to pass: conservative voter apathy. In a year where it's the only statewide ballot initiative, and outside Aurora the only races on the ticket are pretty much only school board races, no one expects an overwhelming turnout. Voters' TVs aren't being slammed with ads and their door bells aren't constantly ringing from canvassers, meaning many folks will simply let November 1 pass them by without noticing.
A number of groups who are opposed to raising taxes in a recession are now running radios ads on conservative talk radio stations and robodialing voters to make sure the citizens of Colorado know the risk of not weighing in on a job killing measure.
The first group formed to oppose Prop 103, Too Taxing For Colorado, is running radio ads and dropping robodials into households across Colorado.
There are two radio ads being run by Too Taxing.
Here is the first one:
And here is the second:
And a copy of one of the robodials we've heard about: