My State Representative Tracy Kraft-Tharp holds monthly "meet the constituents" meetings. I told her at one of these that I'd be happy to give her a Tesla "demo ride". This morning, we followed thru on that when I gave her and her husband a brief ride including (naturally) a launch onto I-70. After I mentioned Tesla's current difficulties with Car Dealer Franchise laws in Colorado, we discussed strategies for fixing that problem. Tracy's husband is convinced that activism is valuable -- a collection of voters in the right place can often out-perform a wad of lobbyist cash in fixing bad laws. He suggests that having a gaggle of Tesla drivers show up at appropriate meetings, talking up the virtues of the car and offering the occasional "launch experience", could do a lot to educate legislators on the virtue of getting Tesla out from under the thumb of the car dealership lobby. Given that idea -- can I get a show of hands of owners who might be willing to show up at some meetings, hob-nob with legislators and their minions, show off their cars, and work towards rewriting this law? As Elon works toward the goal of 500,000 new Teslas per year, we need to see the density of Tesla showrooms and service centers rise to match that of the major brands. This cannot happen without getting the legislature aware of the problem and committed to repairing the law.