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Contact Broomfield City Council

Ask Broomfield City Council to enforce and protect the five year moratorium on fracking in our city.


Write Letters to the Editor

Write Letters to the Editor

Please help us write weekly letters to the editor and tell our communities how you feel about fracking. You can send letters to the editor via e-mail or US Mail to local papers at these addresses.  Most papers have a limit to length- check the individual websites for specifications.

Broomfield Enterprise

3400 Industrial Lane, Suite 2, Broomfield 80020. E-mail:

Boulder Weekly

690 S. Lashley Lane Boulder, CO 80305 E-mail:

 The Denver Post

101 W. Colfax Ave Denver, Colorado  80202 E-mail:

The Daily Camera

PO Box 591 Boulder, CO 80306 E-mail:


Sample Letters:

Melissa Weber

Bruce Gladstone  

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Contact Your State Legislators

Contact Your State Legislators

Contact your Colorado state legislatures and ask for a ban on fracking NOW.


John Hickenlooper-D State Capitol, Room 136 Denver, CO 80203 303-866-2471

State Reps If your representative is not listed below, go here to find your reps.


Rollie Heath District 18 Email 303-866-4872

Tim Neville District 16 Email 303-866-4873

Morgan Carroll District 29 Email 303-866-4879

Dianne Primavera HD 33: Email 303-866-4667

Vicki Marble SD23: (970) 491-9977 To contact by email, click here.


Dickey Hullinghorst District 10 Email 303-866-2348

Jonathan Singer District 11 Email 303-866-2780

Thomas Exum District 17 Email 303-866-3069

KC Becker District 13 Email 303-866-2578

Mike Foote District 12 Email 303-866-2920

US Senators

Michael Bennett

Cory Gardener B40B Dirksen Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510 202-224-5941
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House Representatives

Jared Polis

Educate your neighbors and friends

Educate your neighbors and friends

Educate everyone you know (friends, neighbors, organizations, local businesses, communities, etc.) about the dangers of fracking.

You can use the following methods:

1. Read and pass along our fracking fact sheet.

2. Ask your friends and neighbors to sign the petition on our website to get on our mailing list.

3. Buy a “Don’t Frack Broomfield” bumper sticker.