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Boulder Looking To Cleave Itself Free Of Xcel Energy With 2 Ballot Measures

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Wayne Brunetti, chairman and CEO of Xcel Energy, outlines Xcel Energy's position in Colorado as he addresses the National Western Mining Conference in Denver, Thursday, Feb. 5, 2004. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski) | AP File

The ad popped up on Craigslist on Wednesday:

Rocky Mountain Voter Outreach is hiring friendly people with good communication skills to become a part of the team speaking with voters about ballot questions 2B and 2C.

We will be discussing how they are a risky and costly path to advance Boulder's energy future. Part time and full time available.

Compensation: $10-$12.50 per hour.

Read the whole story at The Denver Post