LOOK: Here are a bunch of important Coloradans wearing the same shirt for a cause

All of the most influential people in Colorado showed up to take the bus to Pueblo for the Colorado State Fair wearing the same Rockmount Ranch Wear Shirt.

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All of the most influential people in Colorado showed up to take the bus to Pueblo for the Colorado State Fair wearing the same Rockmount Ranch Wear Shirt. How embarrassing!

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It’s Denver Rustlers time. You tell us. Who wore it best?
GQ once gave a “worst-dressed” designation to Rep. Jared Polis, but he’s looking pretty snazzy here.
Republican Meg Whitman didn’t want to be left out after visiting Colorado to stump for Hillary Clinton.
Everyone’s doing it.
Here’s Gov. John Hickenlooper last year.
In fact, this has been going on for a while.

A lot longer than social media, in fact. The 32-year-old Denver Rustlers fundraiser supports the Colorado State Fair Champion Junior Livestock Sale and saved it from demise during the 1980s.

Sorry, vegetarians:

“This is a terminal sale, meaning that all of the animals are taken to slaughter at the end of the sale. We have no ability to change this; it is a rule of the State Fair.”

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