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This November, voters in Denver will decide whether to create a seven-member Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission “to help ensure the health, safety, and cultural awareness of Denver residents and visitors in relation to potential encounters or interactions with extraterrestrial intelligent beings or their vehicles.” First reviewed by Denver City Council in April 2009, the E.T. ballot initiative is the work of Jeff Peckman’s EXTRA campaign. The campaign’s web site explains the need for a Commission in terms familiar to students of the UFO disclosure movement: “If our Federal Government continually refuses to openly and honestly deal with this matter … we need to handle it at a more accessible and accountable level of government. We need grassroots efforts to restore our faith and trust in our systems.
Thanks to the Daily Galaxy.com
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Christopher N. Osher of The Denver Post reports, “A proposal to create a Denver commission to study visitors from outer space will go before voters this summer after supporters gathered the required signatures to get it on the ballot.” City Clerk Stephanie O’Malley sent a letter to Jeff Peckman, who submitted the signatures, stating she had deemed them sufficient. The ordinance change required 3,974 valid signatures and Peckman submitted more than 10,000 signatures. The seven-member commission would be tasked with collecting evidence that extraterrestrials and their “UFO vehicles” have been visiting Earth. Peckman, 55, of Denver, and a self-described entrepreneur said, “he August election would cause high-profile believers in extraterrestrial intelligence to come out and tell Denver voters about what they know. Thanks to: