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  • Incumbent Gov. Jared Polis' record of public service to the state of Colorado goes back over two decades to his election in 2000 to serve as at-large member of the Colorado State Board of Education. After helping found the New America Schools to serve recent immigrant students focused on English language instruction, Polis was elected in 2008 to represent Colorado's 2nd Congressional District, succeeding Mark Udall who was elected to the U.S. Senate that year.

    In the U.S. House, Polis was a strong advocate for health care and immigration reform, serving on the House Education, Natural Resources, and Rules Committees. Polis received an 89% lifetime score from the League of Conservation Voters after leading the fight for a variety of important environmental reform initiatives including reducing methane pollution, protecting clean water resources, and addressing the threat of human-caused global climate change.

    Elected to his first term as Governor of Colorado in 2018, Polis quickly went to work with the progressive majority in the Colorado General Assembly to successfully enact a comprehensive agenda of health care reform, inclusive economic development, education funding, anti-discrimination and equal wage protections, and environmental justice legislation. Senate Bill 19-181, a fossil fuel extraction reform measure, fundamentally changed the purpose of Colorado's oil and gas oversight authorities to prioritize public health and environmental protection over industry profits.

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, Polis' leadership and deliberate work to minimize partisan conflict with the Trump administration helped the state reduce economic harm while keeping the state's overall death rate from the pandemic well below the national average. Once the threat of the pandemic's spread without vaccines and effective treatments was past, Polis was at the head of the curve nationally in working to re-open Colorado's economy.

    Polis' opponent, University of Colorado Regent Heidi Ganahl, is the only remaining statewide Republican elected official after years of losses in recent elections. Ganahl described herself as "The MAGA candidate Colorado has been waiting for," and is by for the most openly pro-Trump candidate on the statewide ballot in Colorado. As CU Regent, Ganahl enthusiastically supported Trump coup plotter John Eastman's paid appointment as the school's "Visiting Conservative Scholar." Ganahl's campaign has employed key members of Trump's former legal team. Ganahl's platform of slashing state revenue while promising to pay for crucial state services has been widely denounced as unrealistic. As governor, Ganahl has pledged to roll back recently-passed legislation protecting abortion rights in Colorado.

    Jared Polis has served the state of Colorado with distinction during one of the greatest period of crisis in the entire nation's history. The choice between Polis and Ganahl's Trump-style bad faith could not be easier. Polis deserves your vote.
    Incumbent Gov. Jared Polis' record of public service to the state of Colorado goes back over two decades to his election in 2000 to serve as at-large member of the Colorado State Board of Education. After helping found the New America Schools to serve recent immigrant students focused on English language instruction, Polis was elected in 2008 to represent Colorado's 2nd Congressional District, succeeding Mark Udall who was elected to the U.S. Senate that year.

    In the U.S. House, Polis was a strong advocate for health care and immigration reform, serving on the House Education, Natural Resources, and Rules Committees. Polis received an 89% lifetime score from the League of Conservation Voters after leading the fight for a variety of important environmental reform initiatives including reducing methane pollution, protecting clean water resources, and addressing the threat of human-caused global climate change.

    Elected to his first term as Governor of Colorado in 2018, Polis quickly went to work with the progressive majority in the Colorado General Assembly to successfully enact a comprehensive agenda of health care reform, inclusive economic development, education funding, anti-discrimination and equal wage protections, and environmental justice legislation. Senate Bill 19-181, a fossil fuel extraction reform measure, fundamentally changed the purpose of Colorado's oil and gas oversight authorities to prioritize public health and environmental protection over industry profits.

    During the COVID-19 pandemic, Polis' leadership and deliberate work to minimize partisan conflict with the Trump administration helped the state reduce economic harm while keeping the state's overall death rate from the pandemic well below the national average. Once the threat of the pandemic's spread without vaccines and effective treatments was past, Polis was at the head of the curve nationally in working to re-open Colorado's economy.

    Polis' opponent, University of Colorado Regent Heidi Ganahl, is the only remaining statewide Republican elected official after years of losses in recent elections. Ganahl described herself as "The MAGA candidate Colorado has been waiting for," and is by for the most openly pro-Trump candidate on the statewide ballot in Colorado. As CU Regent, Ganahl enthusiastically supported Trump coup plotter John Eastman's paid appointment as the school's "Visiting Conservative Scholar." Ganahl's campaign has employed key members of Trump's former legal team. Ganahl's platform of slashing state revenue while promising to pay for crucial state services has been widely denounced as unrealistic. As governor, Ganahl has pledged to roll back recently-passed legislation protecting abortion rights in Colorado.

    Jared Polis has served the state of Colorado with distinction during one of the greatest period of crisis in the entire nation's history. The choice between Polis and Ganahl's Trump-style bad faith could not be easier. Polis deserves your vote.
  • Incumbent Secretary of State Jena Griswold is an attorney with experience in voting rights and accessibility. Before winning office in 2018, Griswold served as the director of Gov. John Hickenlooper's federal liaison in Washington, D.C. and as an attorney for President Barack Obama's presidential campaign.

    As Secretary of State, Griswold has overseen elections featuring some of the highest rates of voter participation in America, while defending Colorado's gold standard mail ballot election system from repeated baseless attacks from President Donald Trump and election conspiracy theorists. Griswold conducted the initial investigation into a breach of election security by Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters that resulted in numerous felony charges against Peters.

    Griswold's opponent, former Jefferson County Clerk Pam Anderson, severely damaged her once-commendable reputation for standing up to right-wing misinformation by campaigning with Republicans who dispute the results of the 2020 elections. Anderson has refused to condemn election deniers who support her campaign, claiming that would “divide or ostracize people.” Less than two years after Donald Trump's attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential elections, Coloradans cannot responsibly entrust Pam Anderson and the Party of Trump with control over our elections.

    Secretary Griswold is the clear progressive choice in this important statewide race.

    Jena Griswold

    Incumbent Secretary of State Jena Griswold is an attorney with experience in voting rights and accessibility. Before winning office in 2018, Griswold served as the director of Gov. John Hickenlooper's federal liaison in Washington, D.C.

    Incumbent Secretary of State Jena Griswold is an attorney with experience in voting rights and accessibility. Before winning office in 2018, Griswold served as the director of Gov. John Hickenlooper's federal liaison in Washington, D.C. and as an attorney for President Barack Obama's presidential campaign.

    As Secretary of State, Griswold has overseen elections featuring some of the highest rates of voter participation in America, while defending Colorado's gold standard mail ballot election system from repeated baseless attacks from President Donald Trump and election conspiracy theorists. Griswold conducted the initial investigation into a breach of election security by Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters that resulted in numerous felony charges against Peters.

    Griswold's opponent, former Jefferson County Clerk Pam Anderson, severely damaged her once-commendable reputation for standing up to right-wing misinformation by campaigning with Republicans who dispute the results of the 2020 elections. Anderson has refused to condemn election deniers who support her campaign, claiming that would “divide or ostracize people.” Less than two years after Donald Trump's attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential elections, Coloradans cannot responsibly entrust Pam Anderson and the Party of Trump with control over our elections.

    Secretary Griswold is the clear progressive choice in this important statewide race.

    Jena Griswold

    Incumbent Secretary of State Jena Griswold is an attorney with experience in voting rights and accessibility. Before winning office in 2018, Griswold served as the director of Gov. John Hickenlooper's federal liaison in Washington, D.C.

  • Incumbent Treasurer Dave Young is running for his second term as Colorado Treasurer after winning office in 2018. Prior to Young's election as Treasurer, he served as a state legislature representing House District 50 in Weld County. In the legislature, Young served on the powerful Joint Budget Committee and chaired the House Appropriations Committee, some of the most important fiscal posts in the General Assembly. On the JBC, Young worked across the aisle each year to hammer out the state's most important annual piece of legislation, the "Long Bill" general fund budget. In 2013, Young helped communities he represents recover from that year's devastating floods.

    As Treasurer, Young worked closely with Gov. Jared Polis to successfully manage the COVID-19 pandemic, with an emphasis on keeping Colorado's small business afloat during the worst of the crisis and swiftly reopening Colorado's economy once it was safe to do so. Young has also worked to streamline and expedite payments to Colorado property owners under the Great Colorado Payback program.

    Young's opponent is Lang Sias, a perennial candidate for a variety of elected offices in Colorado who most recently lost the election to serve as lieutenant governor under Walker Stapleton in 2018. While serving in the U.S. Navy, Lang Sias attended a pilot's convention known as "Tailhook" in 1991 that resulted in nationwide scandal, with allegations of sexual assault committed against 83 women and seven men. Currently a FedEx pilot, Sias' run for this office is due to its availability, not Sias' fiscal policy experience.

    Re-electing Treasurer Dave Young should be one of the easiest choices on this year's ballot.

    Dave Young

    Incumbent Treasurer Dave Young is running for his second term as Colorado Treasurer after winning office in 2018. Prior to Young's election as Treasurer, he served as a state legislature representing House District 50 in Weld County.

    Incumbent Treasurer Dave Young is running for his second term as Colorado Treasurer after winning office in 2018. Prior to Young's election as Treasurer, he served as a state legislature representing House District 50 in Weld County. In the legislature, Young served on the powerful Joint Budget Committee and chaired the House Appropriations Committee, some of the most important fiscal posts in the General Assembly. On the JBC, Young worked across the aisle each year to hammer out the state's most important annual piece of legislation, the "Long Bill" general fund budget. In 2013, Young helped communities he represents recover from that year's devastating floods.

    As Treasurer, Young worked closely with Gov. Jared Polis to successfully manage the COVID-19 pandemic, with an emphasis on keeping Colorado's small business afloat during the worst of the crisis and swiftly reopening Colorado's economy once it was safe to do so. Young has also worked to streamline and expedite payments to Colorado property owners under the Great Colorado Payback program.

    Young's opponent is Lang Sias, a perennial candidate for a variety of elected offices in Colorado who most recently lost the election to serve as lieutenant governor under Walker Stapleton in 2018. While serving in the U.S. Navy, Lang Sias attended a pilot's convention known as "Tailhook" in 1991 that resulted in nationwide scandal, with allegations of sexual assault committed against 83 women and seven men. Currently a FedEx pilot, Sias' run for this office is due to its availability, not Sias' fiscal policy experience.

    Re-electing Treasurer Dave Young should be one of the easiest choices on this year's ballot.

    Dave Young

    Incumbent Treasurer Dave Young is running for his second term as Colorado Treasurer after winning office in 2018. Prior to Young's election as Treasurer, he served as a state legislature representing House District 50 in Weld County.

  • Incumbent Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser is seeking his second term after winning office in 2018. Prior to serving as Colorado Attorney General, Weiser served as Deputy Assistant Attorney General at the U.S. Justice Department during the Obama administration. Weiser also served as a senior counsel at the Justice Department Antitrust Division during the Clinton Administration. Early in his career, Weiser served as a law clerk for Justices Byron White and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

    As Colorado's Attorney General, Weiser has fought to defend Colorado's historic recent progress on health care reform, protecting consumers from exploitation, anti-discrimination laws and Colorado's gold standard election system. Weiser was a nationwide leader in holding drug manufacturers accountable for their role in the opioid addiction crisis, as well as legal action to forgive the student loans of thousands of victims of predatory lenders and scam for-profit colleges.

    Weiser's opponent is District Attorney John Kellner, who succeeded George Brauchler as Arapahoe County DA after Brauchler lost his race for Attorney General in 2018. Kellner's dishonest attacks on Weiser over Colorado's crime rate ignore the stark increase that has occurred in Kellner's own district during the same period. Kellner has expressed his support for the U.S. Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade, and has promised to "support Colorado law" despite his fellow Republicans' determination to repeal Colorado laws protecting abortion rights.

    Phil Weiser has done an examplary job as the state's chief attorney, and has earned a second term in office.

    Phil Weiser

    Incumbent Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser is seeking his second term after winning office in 2018. Prior to serving as Colorado Attorney General, Weiser served as Deputy Assistant Attorney General at the U.S. Justice Department during the Obama administration.

    Incumbent Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser is seeking his second term after winning office in 2018. Prior to serving as Colorado Attorney General, Weiser served as Deputy Assistant Attorney General at the U.S. Justice Department during the Obama administration. Weiser also served as a senior counsel at the Justice Department Antitrust Division during the Clinton Administration. Early in his career, Weiser served as a law clerk for Justices Byron White and Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

    As Colorado's Attorney General, Weiser has fought to defend Colorado's historic recent progress on health care reform, protecting consumers from exploitation, anti-discrimination laws and Colorado's gold standard election system. Weiser was a nationwide leader in holding drug manufacturers accountable for their role in the opioid addiction crisis, as well as legal action to forgive the student loans of thousands of victims of predatory lenders and scam for-profit colleges.

    Weiser's opponent is District Attorney John Kellner, who succeeded George Brauchler as Arapahoe County DA after Brauchler lost his race for Attorney General in 2018. Kellner's dishonest attacks on Weiser over Colorado's crime rate ignore the stark increase that has occurred in Kellner's own district during the same period. Kellner has expressed his support for the U.S. Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade, and has promised to "support Colorado law" despite his fellow Republicans' determination to repeal Colorado laws protecting abortion rights.

    Phil Weiser has done an examplary job as the state's chief attorney, and has earned a second term in office.

    Phil Weiser

    Incumbent Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser is seeking his second term after winning office in 2018. Prior to serving as Colorado Attorney General, Weiser served as Deputy Assistant Attorney General at the U.S. Justice Department during the Obama administration.

  • Kathy Plomar has been heavily invested in public education as former President of the Adams 12 Board of Education and former President of the Parent Teacher Organization. Plomar believes in bringing people together with different life experiences to ensure all kids receive an excellent education. Plomar lists three key priorities that will define her work as an at-large State Board of Education member: academic excellence, respecting teachers, and transparency and accountability. Plomar is a solid progressive choice for the State Board of Education.

    The Republican candidate for this seat is Dan Maloit, a parent of three and a medical device sales manager. Maloit recently became involved in politics when he organized for the reopening of schools for full-time, in-person learning in August of 2020, before the development of any COVID-19 vaccines or effective treatments. We recommend voting for Plomar.

    Kathy Plomer

    Kathy Plomar has been heavily invested in public education as former President of the Adams 12 Board of Education and former President of the Parent Teacher Organization.

    Kathy Plomar has been heavily invested in public education as former President of the Adams 12 Board of Education and former President of the Parent Teacher Organization. Plomar believes in bringing people together with different life experiences to ensure all kids receive an excellent education. Plomar lists three key priorities that will define her work as an at-large State Board of Education member: academic excellence, respecting teachers, and transparency and accountability. Plomar is a solid progressive choice for the State Board of Education.

    The Republican candidate for this seat is Dan Maloit, a parent of three and a medical device sales manager. Maloit recently became involved in politics when he organized for the reopening of schools for full-time, in-person learning in August of 2020, before the development of any COVID-19 vaccines or effective treatments. We recommend voting for Plomar.

    Kathy Plomer

    Kathy Plomar has been heavily invested in public education as former President of the Adams 12 Board of Education and former President of the Parent Teacher Organization.

State Board of Education

Depending on where you live, you may have one of the below board of education races on your ballot.

  • Incumbent Rebecca McClellan has served the 6th Congressional District on the Colorado State Board of Education since 2017. She has taken various roles on the board including a term as the Board Liaison to the Colorado Special Education Advisory Committee, as well as State Board Legislative Liaison. More recently she has been fighting against conservative board members who have been advocating for conservative social studies standards that erase LGBT people and people of color from history. McClellan has proven to be a defender of education and Colorado needs her continued leadership. McClellan is the progressive choice.

    Molly Lamar is the Republican candidate. Lamar has been endorsed by many conservative Republicans including Steve Durham, a conservative extremist State Board of Education incumbent that represents the 5th Congressional District. Lamar would be a dangerous addition to the State Board of Education.

    Rebecca McClellan

    Incumbent Rebecca McClellan has served the 6th Congressional District on the Colorado State Board of Education since 2017.

    Incumbent Rebecca McClellan has served the 6th Congressional District on the Colorado State Board of Education since 2017. She has taken various roles on the board including a term as the Board Liaison to the Colorado Special Education Advisory Committee, as well as State Board Legislative Liaison. More recently she has been fighting against conservative board members who have been advocating for conservative social studies standards that erase LGBT people and people of color from history. McClellan has proven to be a defender of education and Colorado needs her continued leadership. McClellan is the progressive choice.

    Molly Lamar is the Republican candidate. Lamar has been endorsed by many conservative Republicans including Steve Durham, a conservative extremist State Board of Education incumbent that represents the 5th Congressional District. Lamar would be a dangerous addition to the State Board of Education.

    Rebecca McClellan

    Incumbent Rebecca McClellan has served the 6th Congressional District on the Colorado State Board of Education since 2017.

  • Rhonda Solis is a product of the Weld County school district and has proudly served two full terms on the Greeley- Evans School District 6 Board of Education. Solis is determined to advocate for families and educators. She hopes to replicate the work she has done as a school board member which includes individual learning plans for all students. Rhonda was the recipient of the 2021 Female Leader of the Year by the Cesar Chavez Peace and Justice Committee of Denver. Rhonda Solis is prepared and ready to lead; she is the clear choice in this race.

    Peggy Propst is the Republican candidate in the 8th Congressional District. She wants to change current curriculum standards to focus on “American Exceptionalism.” Propst opposes teaching sex-ed and the history of African-Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, and other ethnic groups. Propst's racist values would be detrimental to the mental health and wellbeing of students. She would be disastrous on the State Board of Education.

    Rhonda Solis

    Rhonda Solis is a product of the Weld County school district and has proudly served two full terms on the Greeley- Evans School District 6 Board of Education. Solis is determined to advocate for families and educators.

    Rhonda Solis is a product of the Weld County school district and has proudly served two full terms on the Greeley- Evans School District 6 Board of Education. Solis is determined to advocate for families and educators. She hopes to replicate the work she has done as a school board member which includes individual learning plans for all students. Rhonda was the recipient of the 2021 Female Leader of the Year by the Cesar Chavez Peace and Justice Committee of Denver. Rhonda Solis is prepared and ready to lead; she is the clear choice in this race.

    Peggy Propst is the Republican candidate in the 8th Congressional District. She wants to change current curriculum standards to focus on “American Exceptionalism.” Propst opposes teaching sex-ed and the history of African-Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, and other ethnic groups. Propst's racist values would be detrimental to the mental health and wellbeing of students. She would be disastrous on the State Board of Education.

    Rhonda Solis

    Rhonda Solis is a product of the Weld County school district and has proudly served two full terms on the Greeley- Evans School District 6 Board of Education. Solis is determined to advocate for families and educators.

  • Wanda James is an entrepreneur and a graduate of the University of Colorado Boulder, Class of 1986. After graduating, James was commissioned into the United States Navy. She continued her education and graduated from the Inaugural Class of the Los Angeles African American Women's Public Policy Institute at the University of Southern California.

    Politically, she has been a leader in the decriminalization of cannabis and criminal justice reform. As CU Regent, James hopes to develop a national reputation for affordable excellence while ensuring diversity, equity, and inclusion are integral parts of the university system. Wanda James is the ideal candidate to represent the future of CU.

    Wanda James is the progressive choice for the CU Board of Regents.

    Wanda L. James

    Wanda James is an entrepreneur and a graduate of the University of Colorado Boulder, Class of 1986. After graduating, James was commissioned into the United States Navy.

    Wanda James is an entrepreneur and a graduate of the University of Colorado Boulder, Class of 1986. After graduating, James was commissioned into the United States Navy. She continued her education and graduated from the Inaugural Class of the Los Angeles African American Women's Public Policy Institute at the University of Southern California.

    Politically, she has been a leader in the decriminalization of cannabis and criminal justice reform. As CU Regent, James hopes to develop a national reputation for affordable excellence while ensuring diversity, equity, and inclusion are integral parts of the university system. Wanda James is the ideal candidate to represent the future of CU.

    Wanda James is the progressive choice for the CU Board of Regents.

    Wanda L. James

    Wanda James is an entrepreneur and a graduate of the University of Colorado Boulder, Class of 1986. After graduating, James was commissioned into the United States Navy.

State Senate

Depending on where you live, you may have one of the below State Senate races on your ballot.

  • Army veteran and incumbent State Sen. Nick Hinrichsen was appointed to his seat in February, 2022 following the departure of Leroy Garcia. In his day job, Hinrichsen serves as the Pueblo Transit's Operations Supervisor. His one-year legislative record paints a picture a man who cares deeply about the safety, security, and dignity of his community.

    Hinrichsen was one of the key legislators that helped distribute excess TABOR funds quickly and more equitably. A supporter of organized labor, Hinrichson pushed collective bargaining rights in the 2022 legislative session. Another key issue that he hopes to continue to support in the state legislature is reproductive justice.

    Stephen Varela is the Republican candidate. As president of a local charter school's board, Varela has generated a fair amount of controversy and community frustration. Several school staff members have resigned in protest over questionable leadership decisions from Varela and the school's CEO. One such incident involved a Republican political rally held in the school's gym instead of an annual charity basketball tournament. On another more recent occasion, Varela attended a Republican event that featured Lauren Boebert and Matt Gaetz (Gaetz is currently under investigation in a federal sex-trafficking probe). Varela is staunchly against abortion rights and signed on to the Colorado Republican Party platform that calls for a Texas-style law that criminalizes those who help someone receive abortion care. Varela would be a serious danger to progressive interests if elected.

    In one of the state's closest state senate races, with legislative majorities on the line, progressives should support Nick Hinrichsen.

    Nick Hinrichsen

    Army veteran and incumbent State Sen. Nick Hinrichsen was appointed to his seat in February, 2022 following the departure of Leroy Garcia. In his day job, Hinrichsen serves as the Pueblo Transit's Operations Supervisor. His one-year legislative record paints a picture a man who cares deeply about the safety, security, and dignity of his community.

    Hinrichsen was one of the key legislators that helped distribute excess TABOR funds quickly and more equitably. A supporter of organized labor, Hinrichson pushed collective bargaining rights in the 2022 legislative session. Another key issue that he hopes to continue to support in the state legislature is reproductive justice.

    Stephen Varela is the Republican candidate. As president of a local charter school's board, Varela has generated a fair amount of controversy and community frustration. Several school staff members have resigned in protest over questionable leadership decisions from Varela and the school's CEO. One such incident involved a Republican political rally held in the school's gym instead of an annual charity basketball tournament. On another more recent occasion, Varela attended a Republican event that featured Lauren Boebert and Matt Gaetz (Gaetz is currently under investigation in a federal sex-trafficking probe). Varela is staunchly against abortion rights and signed on to the Colorado Republican Party platform that calls for a Texas-style law that criminalizes those who help someone receive abortion care. Varela would be a serious danger to progressive interests if elected.

    In one of the state's closest state senate races, with legislative majorities on the line, progressives should support Nick Hinrichsen.

    Army veteran and incumbent State Sen. Nick Hinrichsen was appointed to his seat in February, 2022 following the departure of Leroy Garcia. In his day job, Hinrichsen serves as the Pueblo Transit's Operations Supervisor. His one-year legislative record paints a picture a man who cares deeply about the safety, security, and dignity of his community.

    Hinrichsen was one of the key legislators that helped distribute excess TABOR funds quickly and more equitably. A supporter of organized labor, Hinrichson pushed collective bargaining rights in the 2022 legislative session. Another key issue that he hopes to continue to support in the state legislature is reproductive justice.

    Stephen Varela is the Republican candidate. As president of a local charter school's board, Varela has generated a fair amount of controversy and community frustration. Several school staff members have resigned in protest over questionable leadership decisions from Varela and the school's CEO. One such incident involved a Republican political rally held in the school's gym instead of an annual charity basketball tournament. On another more recent occasion, Varela attended a Republican event that featured Lauren Boebert and Matt Gaetz (Gaetz is currently under investigation in a federal sex-trafficking probe). Varela is staunchly against abortion rights and signed on to the Colorado Republican Party platform that calls for a Texas-style law that criminalizes those who help someone receive abortion care. Varela would be a serious danger to progressive interests if elected.

    In one of the state's closest state senate races, with legislative majorities on the line, progressives should support Nick Hinrichsen.

    Nick Hinrichsen

    Army veteran and incumbent State Sen. Nick Hinrichsen was appointed to his seat in February, 2022 following the departure of Leroy Garcia. In his day job, Hinrichsen serves as the Pueblo Transit's Operations Supervisor. His one-year legislative record paints a picture a man who cares deeply about the safety, security, and dignity of his community.

    Hinrichsen was one of the key legislators that helped distribute excess TABOR funds quickly and more equitably. A supporter of organized labor, Hinrichson pushed collective bargaining rights in the 2022 legislative session. Another key issue that he hopes to continue to support in the state legislature is reproductive justice.

    Stephen Varela is the Republican candidate. As president of a local charter school's board, Varela has generated a fair amount of controversy and community frustration. Several school staff members have resigned in protest over questionable leadership decisions from Varela and the school's CEO. One such incident involved a Republican political rally held in the school's gym instead of an annual charity basketball tournament. On another more recent occasion, Varela attended a Republican event that featured Lauren Boebert and Matt Gaetz (Gaetz is currently under investigation in a federal sex-trafficking probe). Varela is staunchly against abortion rights and signed on to the Colorado Republican Party platform that calls for a Texas-style law that criminalizes those who help someone receive abortion care. Varela would be a serious danger to progressive interests if elected.

    In one of the state's closest state senate races, with legislative majorities on the line, progressives should support Nick Hinrichsen.

  • Dylan Roberts is a current State Representative who is running to represent Senate District 8. As a law graduate of the University of Colorado, Roberts was born and raised in Routt county. Roberts voting record includes bills that help save people money by lowering the costs of prescription drugs, capping the price of insulin, supporting abortion care, and developing the state’s public health care option. Roberts has experience work across the aisle and producing better outcomes for Colorado families. He is a solid progressive candidate.

    Running against Roberts is gun store owner Matt Solomon. In 2014, Solomon appeared before a Colorado State Senate committee to support a bill that would have removed universal background checks in Colorado for private firearm sales and transfers. Solomon testified that his business refused to provide background checks for private gun sales. On abortion, Solomon has said that the state should get rid of the Reproductive Health Equity Act, a 2022 bill that enshrines the right to abortion care in Colorado state law. Following the overturning of Roe vs. Wade by the US Supreme Court, progressives should make sure that their state senators will not back down on abortion rights.

    Roberts is the clear progressive choice.

    Dylan Roberts

    Dylan Roberts is a current State Representative who is running to represent Senate District 8. As a law graduate of the University of Colorado, Roberts was born and raised in Routt county. Roberts voting record includes bills that help save people money by lowering the costs of prescription drugs, capping the price of insulin, supporting abortion care, and developing the state’s public health care option. Roberts has experience work across the aisle and producing better outcomes for Colorado families. He is a solid progressive candidate.

    Running against Roberts is gun store owner Matt Solomon. In 2014, Solomon appeared before a Colorado State Senate committee to support a bill that would have removed universal background checks in Colorado for private firearm sales and transfers. Solomon testified that his business refused to provide background checks for private gun sales. On abortion, Solomon has said that the state should get rid of the Reproductive Health Equity Act, a 2022 bill that enshrines the right to abortion care in Colorado state law. Following the overturning of Roe vs. Wade by the US Supreme Court, progressives should make sure that their state senators will not back down on abortion rights.

    Roberts is the clear progressive choice.

    Dylan Roberts is a current State Representative who is running to represent Senate District 8. As a law graduate of the University of Colorado, Roberts was born and raised in Routt county. Roberts voting record includes bills that help save people money by lowering the costs of prescription drugs, capping the price of insulin, supporting abortion care, and developing the state’s public health care option. Roberts has experience work across the aisle and producing better outcomes for Colorado families. He is a solid progressive candidate.

    Running against Roberts is gun store owner Matt Solomon. In 2014, Solomon appeared before a Colorado State Senate committee to support a bill that would have removed universal background checks in Colorado for private firearm sales and transfers. Solomon testified that his business refused to provide background checks for private gun sales. On abortion, Solomon has said that the state should get rid of the Reproductive Health Equity Act, a 2022 bill that enshrines the right to abortion care in Colorado state law. Following the overturning of Roe vs. Wade by the US Supreme Court, progressives should make sure that their state senators will not back down on abortion rights.

    Roberts is the clear progressive choice.

    Dylan Roberts

    Dylan Roberts is a current State Representative who is running to represent Senate District 8. As a law graduate of the University of Colorado, Roberts was born and raised in Routt county. Roberts voting record includes bills that help save people money by lowering the costs of prescription drugs, capping the price of insulin, supporting abortion care, and developing the state’s public health care option. Roberts has experience work across the aisle and producing better outcomes for Colorado families. He is a solid progressive candidate.

    Running against Roberts is gun store owner Matt Solomon. In 2014, Solomon appeared before a Colorado State Senate committee to support a bill that would have removed universal background checks in Colorado for private firearm sales and transfers. Solomon testified that his business refused to provide background checks for private gun sales. On abortion, Solomon has said that the state should get rid of the Reproductive Health Equity Act, a 2022 bill that enshrines the right to abortion care in Colorado state law. Following the overturning of Roe vs. Wade by the US Supreme Court, progressives should make sure that their state senators will not back down on abortion rights.

    Roberts is the clear progressive choice.

  • Representative Tony Exum Sr. is running for Colorado Senate District 11. He is the current Representative for House District 17 from Colorado Springs. Representative Exum retired as battalion chief in the Colorado Springs Fire Department after 35 years of service. He hopes to continue his record of supporting health care access and affordability, and public education. Exum is a proven leader. He has committed his life to service and will put Colorado families first. Representative Exum is the progressive choice for Senate District 11.

    Dennis Hisey is the conservative Republican candidate opposed to public education.

    Tony Exum

    Representative Tony Exum Sr. is running for Colorado Senate District 11. He is the current Representative for House District 17 from Colorado Springs. Representative Exum retired as battalion chief in the Colorado Springs Fire Department after 35 years of service. He hopes to continue his record of supporting health care access and affordability, and public education. Exum is a proven leader. He has committed his life to service and will put Colorado families first. Representative Exum is the progressive choice for Senate District 11.

    Dennis Hisey is the conservative Republican candidate opposed to public education.

    Representative Tony Exum Sr. is running for Colorado Senate District 11. He is the current Representative for House District 17 from Colorado Springs. Representative Exum retired as battalion chief in the Colorado Springs Fire Department after 35 years of service. He hopes to continue his record of supporting health care access and affordability, and public education. Exum is a proven leader. He has committed his life to service and will put Colorado families first. Representative Exum is the progressive choice for Senate District 11.

    Dennis Hisey is the conservative Republican candidate opposed to public education.

    Tony Exum

    Representative Tony Exum Sr. is running for Colorado Senate District 11. He is the current Representative for House District 17 from Colorado Springs. Representative Exum retired as battalion chief in the Colorado Springs Fire Department after 35 years of service. He hopes to continue his record of supporting health care access and affordability, and public education. Exum is a proven leader. He has committed his life to service and will put Colorado families first. Representative Exum is the progressive choice for Senate District 11.

    Dennis Hisey is the conservative Republican candidate opposed to public education.

  • Janice Marksman is running for Colorado Senate District 15. Marchman is the former Vice President of the Thompson School Board. Marchman became politically active when she became a teacher and served on the Thompson School Board from 2010-2013. Marchman lists will champion education, working families and seniors, support for reproductive rights and the environment. Marchman is a proven candidate for public education.

    Rob Woodward is the Republican incumbent who voted against the 2022 legislation affirming the right to abortion in Colorado.

    Marksman is the progressive choice for Senate District 15.

    Janice Marchman

    Janice Marksman is running for Colorado Senate District 15. Marchman is the former Vice President of the Thompson School Board. Marchman became politically active when she became a teacher and served on the Thompson School Board from 2010-2013. Marchman lists will champion education, working families and seniors, support for reproductive rights and the environment. Marchman is a proven candidate for public education.

    Rob Woodward is the Republican incumbent who voted against the 2022 legislation affirming the right to abortion in Colorado.

    Marksman is the progressive choice for Senate District 15.

    Janice Marksman is running for Colorado Senate District 15. Marchman is the former Vice President of the Thompson School Board. Marchman became politically active when she became a teacher and served on the Thompson School Board from 2010-2013. Marchman lists will champion education, working families and seniors, support for reproductive rights and the environment. Marchman is a proven candidate for public education.

    Rob Woodward is the Republican incumbent who voted against the 2022 legislation affirming the right to abortion in Colorado.

    Marksman is the progressive choice for Senate District 15.

    Janice Marchman

    Janice Marksman is running for Colorado Senate District 15. Marchman is the former Vice President of the Thompson School Board. Marchman became politically active when she became a teacher and served on the Thompson School Board from 2010-2013. Marchman lists will champion education, working families and seniors, support for reproductive rights and the environment. Marchman is a proven candidate for public education.

    Rob Woodward is the Republican incumbent who voted against the 2022 legislation affirming the right to abortion in Colorado.

    Marksman is the progressive choice for Senate District 15.

  • Representative Lisa Cutter is seeking election to represent Colorado Senate District 20. A Colorado native, Cutter is a small business owner and public relations professional. Representative Cutter has spent the last four years as a state representative in the Colorado State House. She has successfully supported pandemic relief and recovery efforts, championing working families, saving Coloradans money, and protecting the environment.

    Tim Walsh is the Republican Candidate. Walsh Funded Far-Right Conspiracist Videos through a foundation he and his wife lead. The goal of the foundation is to teach a conservative Christian version of American history to young people. Do not vote for Tim Walsh

    Cutter is the progressive choice for Colorado Senate District 20.

    Lisa A. Cutter

    Representative Lisa Cutter is seeking election to represent Colorado Senate District 20. A Colorado native, Cutter is a small business owner and public relations professional. Representative Cutter has spent the last four years as a state representative in the Colorado State House. She has successfully supported pandemic relief and recovery efforts, championing working families, saving Coloradans money, and protecting the environment.

    Tim Walsh is the Republican Candidate. Walsh Funded Far-Right Conspiracist Videos through a foundation he and his wife lead. The goal of the foundation is to teach a conservative Christian version of American history to young people. Do not vote for Tim Walsh

    Cutter is the progressive choice for Colorado Senate District 20.

    Representative Lisa Cutter is seeking election to represent Colorado Senate District 20. A Colorado native, Cutter is a small business owner and public relations professional. Representative Cutter has spent the last four years as a state representative in the Colorado State House. She has successfully supported pandemic relief and recovery efforts, championing working families, saving Coloradans money, and protecting the environment.

    Tim Walsh is the Republican Candidate. Walsh Funded Far-Right Conspiracist Videos through a foundation he and his wife lead. The goal of the foundation is to teach a conservative Christian version of American history to young people. Do not vote for Tim Walsh

    Cutter is the progressive choice for Colorado Senate District 20.

    Lisa A. Cutter

    Representative Lisa Cutter is seeking election to represent Colorado Senate District 20. A Colorado native, Cutter is a small business owner and public relations professional. Representative Cutter has spent the last four years as a state representative in the Colorado State House. She has successfully supported pandemic relief and recovery efforts, championing working families, saving Coloradans money, and protecting the environment.

    Tim Walsh is the Republican Candidate. Walsh Funded Far-Right Conspiracist Videos through a foundation he and his wife lead. The goal of the foundation is to teach a conservative Christian version of American history to young people. Do not vote for Tim Walsh

    Cutter is the progressive choice for Colorado Senate District 20.

  • Senator Jessie Danielson is seeking re-election to the Colorado State Senate to represent Senate District 22. Danielson has served as a state legislator since 2015. Danielson is a fifth generation Coloradan and has been a tireless advocate for women, seniors and working families in Colorado.

    While in the legislature Danielson passed Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, the Farmworker Bill of Rights and the Wage Theft Transparency Act to name a few. Danielson has listed her priorities as; a fairer economy, protecting women, persevering Colorado and safer communities. Jessie Danielson is the progressive choice for Colorado.

    Colby Drechsel is an extreme Christian Republican candidate who on his website states that when laws pass, freedom dies.

    Senator Danielson is the progressive candidate for Senate District 22
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    Jessie Danielson

    Senator Jessie Danielson is seeking re-election to the Colorado State Senate to represent Senate District 22. Danielson has served as a state legislator since 2015. Danielson is a fifth generation Coloradan and has been a tireless advocate for women, seniors and working families in Colorado.

    While in the legislature Danielson passed Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, the Farmworker Bill of Rights and the Wage Theft Transparency Act to name a few. Danielson has listed her priorities as; a fairer economy, protecting women, persevering Colorado and safer communities. Jessie Danielson is the progressive choice for Colorado.

    Colby Drechsel is an extreme Christian Republican candidate who on his website states that when laws pass, freedom dies.

    Senator Danielson is the progressive candidate for Senate District 22
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    Senator Jessie Danielson is seeking re-election to the Colorado State Senate to represent Senate District 22. Danielson has served as a state legislator since 2015. Danielson is a fifth generation Coloradan and has been a tireless advocate for women, seniors and working families in Colorado.

    While in the legislature Danielson passed Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, the Farmworker Bill of Rights and the Wage Theft Transparency Act to name a few. Danielson has listed her priorities as; a fairer economy, protecting women, persevering Colorado and safer communities. Jessie Danielson is the progressive choice for Colorado.

    Colby Drechsel is an extreme Christian Republican candidate who on his website states that when laws pass, freedom dies.

    Senator Danielson is the progressive candidate for Senate District 22
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    Jessie Danielson

    Senator Jessie Danielson is seeking re-election to the Colorado State Senate to represent Senate District 22. Danielson has served as a state legislator since 2015. Danielson is a fifth generation Coloradan and has been a tireless advocate for women, seniors and working families in Colorado.

    While in the legislature Danielson passed Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act, the Farmworker Bill of Rights and the Wage Theft Transparency Act to name a few. Danielson has listed her priorities as; a fairer economy, protecting women, persevering Colorado and safer communities. Jessie Danielson is the progressive choice for Colorado.

    Colby Drechsel is an extreme Christian Republican candidate who on his website states that when laws pass, freedom dies.

    Senator Danielson is the progressive candidate for Senate District 22
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  • Representative Kyle Mullica is running to represent Colorado Senate District 24. Mullica currently represents House District 34 in the Colorado House of Representatives, which includes Thornton and Northglenn - now he is running to serve Adams County in the State Senate. When he isn’t working at the state legislature Mullica is an ER Nurse. In Mullica's first term he talked about the youth vaping epidemic and workers' rights, he then went on to pass historic healthcare legislation. Mullica lists his priorities as cost of living, education, healthcare, and public safety. Mullica is the right step forward to continue the work that needs to be done.

    Courtney Potter is the republican candidate. She is pro oil and gas, and against abortions.

    Mullica is the progressive choice for Senate District 24.

    Kyle Mullica

    Representative Kyle Mullica is running to represent Colorado Senate District 24. Mullica currently represents House District 34 in the Colorado House of Representatives, which includes Thornton and Northglenn - now he is running to serve Adams County in the State Senate. When he isn’t working at the state legislature Mullica is an ER Nurse. In Mullica's first term he talked about the youth vaping epidemic and workers' rights, he then went on to pass historic healthcare legislation. Mullica lists his priorities as cost of living, education, healthcare, and public safety. Mullica is the right step forward to continue the work that needs to be done.

    Courtney Potter is the republican candidate. She is pro oil and gas, and against abortions.

    Mullica is the progressive choice for Senate District 24.

    Representative Kyle Mullica is running to represent Colorado Senate District 24. Mullica currently represents House District 34 in the Colorado House of Representatives, which includes Thornton and Northglenn - now he is running to serve Adams County in the State Senate. When he isn’t working at the state legislature Mullica is an ER Nurse. In Mullica's first term he talked about the youth vaping epidemic and workers' rights, he then went on to pass historic healthcare legislation. Mullica lists his priorities as cost of living, education, healthcare, and public safety. Mullica is the right step forward to continue the work that needs to be done.

    Courtney Potter is the republican candidate. She is pro oil and gas, and against abortions.

    Mullica is the progressive choice for Senate District 24.

    Kyle Mullica

    Representative Kyle Mullica is running to represent Colorado Senate District 24. Mullica currently represents House District 34 in the Colorado House of Representatives, which includes Thornton and Northglenn - now he is running to serve Adams County in the State Senate. When he isn’t working at the state legislature Mullica is an ER Nurse. In Mullica's first term he talked about the youth vaping epidemic and workers' rights, he then went on to pass historic healthcare legislation. Mullica lists his priorities as cost of living, education, healthcare, and public safety. Mullica is the right step forward to continue the work that needs to be done.

    Courtney Potter is the republican candidate. She is pro oil and gas, and against abortions.

    Mullica is the progressive choice for Senate District 24.

  • Senator Faith Winter is running for re-election to represent Colorado State Senate District 24. aWinter has been in the political space since 2005 when she ran for Westminster City Council. Winter went on to represent House District 35. During her tenure in the state legislature, Winter has been a bold champion in fighting climate change, fighting for family medical leave, and she is the Chair of the Senate Transportation & Energy Committee and is a member of the Finance Committee. Winter will continue to prioritize working families, fighting climate change, funding transportation, and women's rights.

    Winter has been a champion in moving the progressive platform and is the clear progressive choice.

    Faith Winter

    Senator Faith Winter is running for re-election to represent Colorado State Senate District 24. aWinter has been in the political space since 2005 when she ran for Westminster City Council. Winter went on to represent House District 35. During her tenure in the state legislature, Winter has been a bold champion in fighting climate change, fighting for family medical leave, and she is the Chair of the Senate Transportation & Energy Committee and is a member of the Finance Committee. Winter will continue to prioritize working families, fighting climate change, funding transportation, and women's rights.

    Winter has been a champion in moving the progressive platform and is the clear progressive choice.

    Senator Faith Winter is running for re-election to represent Colorado State Senate District 24. aWinter has been in the political space since 2005 when she ran for Westminster City Council. Winter went on to represent House District 35. During her tenure in the state legislature, Winter has been a bold champion in fighting climate change, fighting for family medical leave, and she is the Chair of the Senate Transportation & Energy Committee and is a member of the Finance Committee. Winter will continue to prioritize working families, fighting climate change, funding transportation, and women's rights.

    Winter has been a champion in moving the progressive platform and is the clear progressive choice.

    Faith Winter

    Senator Faith Winter is running for re-election to represent Colorado State Senate District 24. aWinter has been in the political space since 2005 when she ran for Westminster City Council. Winter went on to represent House District 35. During her tenure in the state legislature, Winter has been a bold champion in fighting climate change, fighting for family medical leave, and she is the Chair of the Senate Transportation & Energy Committee and is a member of the Finance Committee. Winter will continue to prioritize working families, fighting climate change, funding transportation, and women's rights.

    Winter has been a champion in moving the progressive platform and is the clear progressive choice.

  • Representative Tom Sullivan is seeking election to the Colorado State Senate to represent District 27. Sullivan spent over 30 years as a postal worker and is an Air Force veteran. He is a part of Colorado’s United Veterans Committee, and a strong advocate for gun safety. Sullivan was propelled to action after his soon was murdered in the Aurora theatre shooting in 2012. In 2018, Sullivan became the first Democrat elected to represent House District 37. In 2019, Sulllivan led the fight to pass Colorado's Extreme Risk Protection Order to address gun violence. Sullivan's top priorities include; safe and healthier communities, good and safe jobs, and caring for vets. Sullivan has been a strong supporter of our Colorado families.

    Sullivan is running against conservative Republican Tom Kim is the Republican candidate. Tom thinks our reproductive rights bill last year went too far.

    Representative Sullivan is the progressive choice for Colorado State Senate District 27.

    Tom Sullivan

    Representative Tom Sullivan is seeking election to the Colorado State Senate to represent District 27. Sullivan spent over 30 years as a postal worker and is an Air Force veteran. He is a part of Colorado’s United Veterans Committee, and a strong advocate for gun safety. Sullivan was propelled to action after his soon was murdered in the Aurora theatre shooting in 2012. In 2018, Sullivan became the first Democrat elected to represent House District 37. In 2019, Sulllivan led the fight to pass Colorado's Extreme Risk Protection Order to address gun violence. Sullivan's top priorities include; safe and healthier communities, good and safe jobs, and caring for vets. Sullivan has been a strong supporter of our Colorado families.

    Sullivan is running against conservative Republican Tom Kim is the Republican candidate. Tom thinks our reproductive rights bill last year went too far.

    Representative Sullivan is the progressive choice for Colorado State Senate District 27.

    Representative Tom Sullivan is seeking election to the Colorado State Senate to represent District 27. Sullivan spent over 30 years as a postal worker and is an Air Force veteran. He is a part of Colorado’s United Veterans Committee, and a strong advocate for gun safety. Sullivan was propelled to action after his soon was murdered in the Aurora theatre shooting in 2012. In 2018, Sullivan became the first Democrat elected to represent House District 37. In 2019, Sulllivan led the fight to pass Colorado's Extreme Risk Protection Order to address gun violence. Sullivan's top priorities include; safe and healthier communities, good and safe jobs, and caring for vets. Sullivan has been a strong supporter of our Colorado families.

    Sullivan is running against conservative Republican Tom Kim is the Republican candidate. Tom thinks our reproductive rights bill last year went too far.

    Representative Sullivan is the progressive choice for Colorado State Senate District 27.

    Tom Sullivan

    Representative Tom Sullivan is seeking election to the Colorado State Senate to represent District 27. Sullivan spent over 30 years as a postal worker and is an Air Force veteran. He is a part of Colorado’s United Veterans Committee, and a strong advocate for gun safety. Sullivan was propelled to action after his soon was murdered in the Aurora theatre shooting in 2012. In 2018, Sullivan became the first Democrat elected to represent House District 37. In 2019, Sulllivan led the fight to pass Colorado's Extreme Risk Protection Order to address gun violence. Sullivan's top priorities include; safe and healthier communities, good and safe jobs, and caring for vets. Sullivan has been a strong supporter of our Colorado families.

    Sullivan is running against conservative Republican Tom Kim is the Republican candidate. Tom thinks our reproductive rights bill last year went too far.

    Representative Sullivan is the progressive choice for Colorado State Senate District 27.

  • Senator Rodriguez is the incumbent running for his second term to represent Colorado Senate District 32. Rodriguez grew up in Adams County. Rodriguez has worked as a senior analyst I the insurance industry and in Community Corrections and Treatment Center. Rodriguez received high scores from the Colorado Education Association and environmental groups. Senator Rodriguez hopes to continue his work on affordable housing and making providing families economic tools to build a better life. Vote for Senator Rodriguez.

    Rodriguez is the progressive choice for Colorado Senate District 32.

    Robert Rodriguez

    Senator Rodriguez is the incumbent running for his second term to represent Colorado Senate District 32. Rodriguez grew up in Adams County. Rodriguez has worked as a senior analyst I the insurance industry and in Community Corrections and Treatment Center. Rodriguez received high scores from the Colorado Education Association and environmental groups. Senator Rodriguez hopes to continue his work on affordable housing and making providing families economic tools to build a better life. Vote for Senator Rodriguez.

    Rodriguez is the progressive choice for Colorado Senate District 32.

    Senator Rodriguez is the incumbent running for his second term to represent Colorado Senate District 32. Rodriguez grew up in Adams County. Rodriguez has worked as a senior analyst I the insurance industry and in Community Corrections and Treatment Center. Rodriguez received high scores from the Colorado Education Association and environmental groups. Senator Rodriguez hopes to continue his work on affordable housing and making providing families economic tools to build a better life. Vote for Senator Rodriguez.

    Rodriguez is the progressive choice for Colorado Senate District 32.

    Robert Rodriguez

    Senator Rodriguez is the incumbent running for his second term to represent Colorado Senate District 32. Rodriguez grew up in Adams County. Rodriguez has worked as a senior analyst I the insurance industry and in Community Corrections and Treatment Center. Rodriguez received high scores from the Colorado Education Association and environmental groups. Senator Rodriguez hopes to continue his work on affordable housing and making providing families economic tools to build a better life. Vote for Senator Rodriguez.

    Rodriguez is the progressive choice for Colorado Senate District 32.

  • Senator Julie Gonzales is a true progressive champion, and .she is running for re-election to the Colorado State Senate to represent Senate District 34. Since her first term in 2018, Gonzales has repealed the death penalty, codified abortion protections, stopped ICE from raiding state databases, strengthened renter and tenant laws, installed a regulatory framework for deadly air toxins, reduced the cost of prescription drugs, and secured over $500 million for affordable housing.

    Gonzales will continue to be a champion for women, immigrants and working families. Through her leadership Gonzales hopes to level the playing field for working families and work to pass policies for affordable housing and environmental justice. A vote for Senator Gonzales is a vote for a progressive Colorado.

    Gonzales has spent over fifteen years advocating and organizing for immigrant rights and living wages.

    Gonzales is the progressive choice for Senate District 34.

    Julie C. Gonzales

    Senator Julie Gonzales is a true progressive champion, and .she is running for re-election to the Colorado State Senate to represent Senate District 34. Since her first term in 2018, Gonzales has repealed the death penalty, codified abortion protections, stopped ICE from raiding state databases, strengthened renter and tenant laws, installed a regulatory framework for deadly air toxins, reduced the cost of prescription drugs, and secured over $500 million for affordable housing.

    Gonzales will continue to be a champion for women, immigrants and working families. Through her leadership Gonzales hopes to level the playing field for working families and work to pass policies for affordable housing and environmental justice. A vote for Senator Gonzales is a vote for a progressive Colorado.

    Gonzales has spent over fifteen years advocating and organizing for immigrant rights and living wages.

    Gonzales is the progressive choice for Senate District 34.

    Senator Julie Gonzales is a true progressive champion, and .she is running for re-election to the Colorado State Senate to represent Senate District 34. Since her first term in 2018, Gonzales has repealed the death penalty, codified abortion protections, stopped ICE from raiding state databases, strengthened renter and tenant laws, installed a regulatory framework for deadly air toxins, reduced the cost of prescription drugs, and secured over $500 million for affordable housing.

    Gonzales will continue to be a champion for women, immigrants and working families. Through her leadership Gonzales hopes to level the playing field for working families and work to pass policies for affordable housing and environmental justice. A vote for Senator Gonzales is a vote for a progressive Colorado.

    Gonzales has spent over fifteen years advocating and organizing for immigrant rights and living wages.

    Gonzales is the progressive choice for Senate District 34.

    Julie C. Gonzales

    Senator Julie Gonzales is a true progressive champion, and .she is running for re-election to the Colorado State Senate to represent Senate District 34. Since her first term in 2018, Gonzales has repealed the death penalty, codified abortion protections, stopped ICE from raiding state databases, strengthened renter and tenant laws, installed a regulatory framework for deadly air toxins, reduced the cost of prescription drugs, and secured over $500 million for affordable housing.

    Gonzales will continue to be a champion for women, immigrants and working families. Through her leadership Gonzales hopes to level the playing field for working families and work to pass policies for affordable housing and environmental justice. A vote for Senator Gonzales is a vote for a progressive Colorado.

    Gonzales has spent over fifteen years advocating and organizing for immigrant rights and living wages.

    Gonzales is the progressive choice for Senate District 34.

State House

Depending on where you live, you may have one of the below State House races on your ballot.

Welcome to the 1st House District Progressive Voters Guide! 

  • Javier Mabrey is an eviction defense attorney and progressive champion. He was raised by a single mom in Southwest Denver and is a proud Chicano devoted to keeping Coloradans housed. During the pandemic, he founded the COVID Eviction Defense Fund, providing hundreds of families eviction prevention services and legal aid since COVID started. His priorities include increasing access to affordable health care, fighting to defend women’s reproductive health, affordable housing, climate justice, criminal justice reform, advocating for increased public school funding, and family economic security.

    Progressives clearly can and should support Mabrey.

    Guillermo Diaz is the Republican opponent who wants to restrict the state's available revenue, funnel more money into police, and restrict children from learning about our difficult, yet necessary history. Diaz is a bad choice for any district.

    Javier Mabrey

    Javier Mabrey is an eviction defense attorney and progressive champion. He was raised by a single mom in Southwest Denver and is a proud Chicano devoted to keeping Coloradans housed.

    Javier Mabrey is an eviction defense attorney and progressive champion. He was raised by a single mom in Southwest Denver and is a proud Chicano devoted to keeping Coloradans housed. During the pandemic, he founded the COVID Eviction Defense Fund, providing hundreds of families eviction prevention services and legal aid since COVID started. His priorities include increasing access to affordable health care, fighting to defend women’s reproductive health, affordable housing, climate justice, criminal justice reform, advocating for increased public school funding, and family economic security.

    Progressives clearly can and should support Mabrey.

    Guillermo Diaz is the Republican opponent who wants to restrict the state's available revenue, funnel more money into police, and restrict children from learning about our difficult, yet necessary history. Diaz is a bad choice for any district.

    Javier Mabrey

    Javier Mabrey is an eviction defense attorney and progressive champion. He was raised by a single mom in Southwest Denver and is a proud Chicano devoted to keeping Coloradans housed.

  • Incumbent State Rep. Steven Woodrow is a strong progressive who has been described by fellow legislators as a “fierce advocate for the voiceless” and a “tireless public servant.” During Colorado's redistricting process, he moved into the newly drawn House District 2 from his original House District 6. He was originally appointed to his seat in February, 2020 to fill a vacancy when Chris Hansen resigned from the Colorado House of Representatives to fill Lois Court's seat.

    Before entering the legislature, Woodrow went toe-to-toe against powerful interests as a consumer protection attorney. In three legislative sessions, he co-sponsoring bills on repealing Colorado’s death penalty, allowing state employees to collectively bargain, and kick-starting comprehensive police reform. He later supported tax reform, family economic security, state funding the child tax credit, and expanding Medicaid to 12 months postpartum.

    If reelected, Woodrow hopes to publicly fund state House and Senate races to remove special-interest money out of politics, increase teacher pay, and protect our environment. His campaign motto is to leave Colorado “better than we found it.” Any progressive should feel good voting for Woodrow.

    On the other side of the race is Republican Stephanie Wheeler, a mother and small business owner. Wheeler's primary concern is cutting existing social programs and making sure that our tax dollars are not "indoctrinating [children] with liberal propaganda."

    Woodrow is the clear progressive choice.
    Incumbent State Rep. Steven Woodrow is a strong progressive who has been described by fellow legislators as a “fierce advocate for the voiceless” and a “tireless public servant.” During Colorado's redistricting process, he moved into the newly drawn House District 2 from his original House District 6. He was originally appointed to his seat in February, 2020 to fill a vacancy when Chris Hansen resigned from the Colorado House of Representatives to fill Lois Court's seat.

    Before entering the legislature, Woodrow went toe-to-toe against powerful interests as a consumer protection attorney. In three legislative sessions, he co-sponsoring bills on repealing Colorado’s death penalty, allowing state employees to collectively bargain, and kick-starting comprehensive police reform. He later supported tax reform, family economic security, state funding the child tax credit, and expanding Medicaid to 12 months postpartum.

    If reelected, Woodrow hopes to publicly fund state House and Senate races to remove special-interest money out of politics, increase teacher pay, and protect our environment. His campaign motto is to leave Colorado “better than we found it.” Any progressive should feel good voting for Woodrow.

    On the other side of the race is Republican Stephanie Wheeler, a mother and small business owner. Wheeler's primary concern is cutting existing social programs and making sure that our tax dollars are not "indoctrinating [children] with liberal propaganda."

    Woodrow is the clear progressive choice.
  • Incumbent State Rep. Meg Froelich has a long history of activism for women’s rights, children’s welfare, education, community leadership, and environmental protection. Since being appointed to her seat in 2019, she has co-sponsored and passed bills on issues ranging from public-sector collective bargaining to accountability in law enforcement to expanding Medicaid. Most recently, Froelich was a primary sponsor on the Reproductive Health Equity Act, which made abortion a constitutional right for all Coloradans. She was at the forefront of addressing the Dobbs decision and the fall of Roe v. Wade. She has been a champion of environmental justice, and has worked to ban anti-LGBTQ conversion therapy.

    Froelich’s experience as a successful legislator, her leadership in reproductive rights and health, and her dedication to the people of Colorado make her the preferred candidate in this race.

    On the other side of the ballot is Republican Marla Fernandez. Fernandez is a conspiracy theorist with hard right positions in opposition to abortion rights, any environmental protections, and gun-violence prevention. Recently, Fernandez refused to apologize for a tweet referring to Black and Latina legislators "chimps," a deeply racist epithet. Under no circumstances should Fernandez become a state legislator.

    We strongly encourage voters to reelect Meg Froelich.

    Meg Froelich

    Incumbent State Rep. Meg Froelich has a long history of activism for women’s rights, children’s welfare, education, community leadership, and environmental protection.

    Incumbent State Rep. Meg Froelich has a long history of activism for women’s rights, children’s welfare, education, community leadership, and environmental protection. Since being appointed to her seat in 2019, she has co-sponsored and passed bills on issues ranging from public-sector collective bargaining to accountability in law enforcement to expanding Medicaid. Most recently, Froelich was a primary sponsor on the Reproductive Health Equity Act, which made abortion a constitutional right for all Coloradans. She was at the forefront of addressing the Dobbs decision and the fall of Roe v. Wade. She has been a champion of environmental justice, and has worked to ban anti-LGBTQ conversion therapy.

    Froelich’s experience as a successful legislator, her leadership in reproductive rights and health, and her dedication to the people of Colorado make her the preferred candidate in this race.

    On the other side of the ballot is Republican Marla Fernandez. Fernandez is a conspiracy theorist with hard right positions in opposition to abortion rights, any environmental protections, and gun-violence prevention. Recently, Fernandez refused to apologize for a tweet referring to Black and Latina legislators "chimps," a deeply racist epithet. Under no circumstances should Fernandez become a state legislator.

    We strongly encourage voters to reelect Meg Froelich.

    Meg Froelich

    Incumbent State Rep. Meg Froelich has a long history of activism for women’s rights, children’s welfare, education, community leadership, and environmental protection.

  • Incumbent State Rep. Serena Gonzales-Gutierrez is seeking her third term in House District 4. Outside of the legislature, she serves her community as an advocate for domestic violence survivors, a youth counselor, and a caseworker. She directs the Denver Collaborative Partnership, where she works with youth who have had contact with the juvenile justice system and their families to make sure their needs are met.
    Gonzales-Gutierrez top legislative priorities are education, housing, health disparities, and reproductive justice. She believes that education is the most effective path to equity and opportunity and must be accessible and affordable from early childhood through college. She has passed legislation that ensures kids are taught the history of American minorities in public schools, and can attend universal preschool. As a workers' rights advocate, she played a critical role in passing the Equal Pay for Equal Work Act that prohibits employer discrimination on the basis of gender.
    Gonzales-Gutierrez is the best candidate for this seat.

    Serena Gonzales-Gutierrez

    Incumbent State Rep. Serena Gonzales-Gutierrez is seeking her third term in House District 4. Outside of the legislature, she serves her community as an advocate for domestic violence survivors, a youth counselor, and a caseworker.

    Incumbent State Rep. Serena Gonzales-Gutierrez is seeking her third term in House District 4. Outside of the legislature, she serves her community as an advocate for domestic violence survivors, a youth counselor, and a caseworker. She directs the Denver Collaborative Partnership, where she works with youth who have had contact with the juvenile justice system and their families to make sure their needs are met.
    Gonzales-Gutierrez top legislative priorities are education, housing, health disparities, and reproductive justice. She believes that education is the most effective path to equity and opportunity and must be accessible and affordable from early childhood through college. She has passed legislation that ensures kids are taught the history of American minorities in public schools, and can attend universal preschool. As a workers' rights advocate, she played a critical role in passing the Equal Pay for Equal Work Act that prohibits employer discrimination on the basis of gender.
    Gonzales-Gutierrez is the best candidate for this seat.

    Serena Gonzales-Gutierrez

    Incumbent State Rep. Serena Gonzales-Gutierrez is seeking her third term in House District 4. Outside of the legislature, she serves her community as an advocate for domestic violence survivors, a youth counselor, and a caseworker.

  • Incumbent State Rep. Alex Valdez is running for his third term representing House District 5. He is a self-described “environmental warrior” who founded a residential solar company before his election to the legislature. In his first terms, Valdez received recognition for passing legislation that focused on boosting renewable energy use, establishing more public protections from toxic air emissions, and increasing the number of electric vehicle charging stations in Colorado. In his second term he committed to supporting bills with gender inclusive language, serves as the chair of the LGBTQ Caucus, and supported legislation that created prescription-free access to life-saving HIV prevention medications. His other top priorities have continued to include universal access to affordable health care, housing affordability, and an education system that prepares students for the jobs of tomorrow and pays teachers a fair wage.

    Valdez has been and continues to be the candidate for progressive voters and deserves your vote.

    Alex Valdez

    Incumbent State Rep. Alex Valdez is running for his third term representing House District 5. He is a self-described “environmental warrior” who founded a residential solar company before his election to the legislature.

    Incumbent State Rep. Alex Valdez is running for his third term representing House District 5. He is a self-described “environmental warrior” who founded a residential solar company before his election to the legislature. In his first terms, Valdez received recognition for passing legislation that focused on boosting renewable energy use, establishing more public protections from toxic air emissions, and increasing the number of electric vehicle charging stations in Colorado. In his second term he committed to supporting bills with gender inclusive language, serves as the chair of the LGBTQ Caucus, and supported legislation that created prescription-free access to life-saving HIV prevention medications. His other top priorities have continued to include universal access to affordable health care, housing affordability, and an education system that prepares students for the jobs of tomorrow and pays teachers a fair wage.

    Valdez has been and continues to be the candidate for progressive voters and deserves your vote.

    Alex Valdez

    Incumbent State Rep. Alex Valdez is running for his third term representing House District 5. He is a self-described “environmental warrior” who founded a residential solar company before his election to the legislature.

  • Elisabeth Epps is former public defender and well-known activist in Denver. She founded the Colorado Freedom Fund, Colorado’s only revolving community bail fund, and has influenced criminal justice reform policy for years as an advocate at the capitol.

    Epps is the progressive candidate for House District 6.

    Elisabeth Epps

    Elisabeth Epps is former public defender and well-known activist in Denver. She founded the Colorado Freedom Fund, Colorado’s only revolving community bail fund, and has influenced criminal justice reform policy for years as an advocate at the capitol.

    Elisabeth Epps is former public defender and well-known activist in Denver. She founded the Colorado Freedom Fund, Colorado’s only revolving community bail fund, and has influenced criminal justice reform policy for years as an advocate at the capitol.

    Epps is the progressive candidate for House District 6.

    Elisabeth Epps

    Elisabeth Epps is former public defender and well-known activist in Denver. She founded the Colorado Freedom Fund, Colorado’s only revolving community bail fund, and has influenced criminal justice reform policy for years as an advocate at the capitol.

  • Incumbent Democratic candidate Jennifer Bacon is facing no registered challengers in her run for District 7 representative again. She’s a longtime educator and civil rights lawyer who has served on the Denver Public Schools Board of Education since 2017. In addition to a commitment to leadership on school funding, Bacon aims to use the legislative seat to help working families and tackle housing affordability as well as boost social justice reforms. In her first term she championed multiple criminal justice bills, focused on supporting transportation, housing and economic justice for Coloradans.

    Bacon continues to be the progressive champion for House District 7.

    Jennifer Bacon

    Incumbent Democratic candidate Jennifer Bacon is facing no registered challengers in her run for District 7 representative again. She’s a longtime educator and civil rights lawyer who has served on the Denver Public Schools Board of Education since 2017.

    Incumbent Democratic candidate Jennifer Bacon is facing no registered challengers in her run for District 7 representative again. She’s a longtime educator and civil rights lawyer who has served on the Denver Public Schools Board of Education since 2017. In addition to a commitment to leadership on school funding, Bacon aims to use the legislative seat to help working families and tackle housing affordability as well as boost social justice reforms. In her first term she championed multiple criminal justice bills, focused on supporting transportation, housing and economic justice for Coloradans.

    Bacon continues to be the progressive champion for House District 7.

    Jennifer Bacon

    Incumbent Democratic candidate Jennifer Bacon is facing no registered challengers in her run for District 7 representative again. She’s a longtime educator and civil rights lawyer who has served on the Denver Public Schools Board of Education since 2017.

  • Leslie Herod is the incumbent for House District 8 and faces no opposition. She garnered national attention after successfully passing the largest police reform bill Colorado has ever seen in 2020 following the Black Lives Matter protests in response to the murder of George Floyd. She has been very busy since 2016 with numerous bills to her credit on criminal justice reform, civil rights protections, clean energy, economic justice, housing, and reforming Colorado’s conservative and inequitable tax code.

    Herod continues to be the champion for House District 8.

    Leslie Herod

    Leslie Herod is the incumbent for House District 8 and faces no opposition. She garnered national attention after successfully passing the largest police reform bill Colorado has ever seen in 2020 following the Black Lives Matter protests in response to the murder of George Floyd.

    Leslie Herod is the incumbent for House District 8 and faces no opposition. She garnered national attention after successfully passing the largest police reform bill Colorado has ever seen in 2020 following the Black Lives Matter protests in response to the murder of George Floyd. She has been very busy since 2016 with numerous bills to her credit on criminal justice reform, civil rights protections, clean energy, economic justice, housing, and reforming Colorado’s conservative and inequitable tax code.

    Herod continues to be the champion for House District 8.

    Leslie Herod

    Leslie Herod is the incumbent for House District 8 and faces no opposition. She garnered national attention after successfully passing the largest police reform bill Colorado has ever seen in 2020 following the Black Lives Matter protests in response to the murder of George Floyd.

  • Emily Sirota is the incumbent for House District 9. She was first elected to the statehouse in 2018, and has been described by former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb as a “progressive with strong roots in her community and deep experience in government, social work, and education.” Before joining the legislature, she helped run an early learning center and worked for the Colorado Progressive Coalition, where she organized support for paid sick leave policy.

    Sirota is known for her progressive stance on Colorado’s conservative and inequitable tax code, as she championed state funding for the Child Tax Credit and increasing the Earned Income Tax Credit. She helped pass universal pre-k, gave relief to working families, mandated the teaching of the Holocaust and genocide in public schools, and had Colorado join the National Popular Vote Compact. Sirota also carried a bill for a task force to analyze how much money Colorado could save by going to a health-care-for-all system.

    Sirota is the clear progressive choice.

    Emily Sirota

    Emily Sirota is the incumbent for House District 9.

    Emily Sirota is the incumbent for House District 9. She was first elected to the statehouse in 2018, and has been described by former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb as a “progressive with strong roots in her community and deep experience in government, social work, and education.” Before joining the legislature, she helped run an early learning center and worked for the Colorado Progressive Coalition, where she organized support for paid sick leave policy.

    Sirota is known for her progressive stance on Colorado’s conservative and inequitable tax code, as she championed state funding for the Child Tax Credit and increasing the Earned Income Tax Credit. She helped pass universal pre-k, gave relief to working families, mandated the teaching of the Holocaust and genocide in public schools, and had Colorado join the National Popular Vote Compact. Sirota also carried a bill for a task force to analyze how much money Colorado could save by going to a health-care-for-all system.

    Sirota is the clear progressive choice.

    Emily Sirota

    Emily Sirota is the incumbent for House District 9.

  • Following the retirement of long-time Boulder representative Edie Hooton, a Democratic vacancy committee appointed Boulder City Council member Julie Joseph to run in House District 10. Joseph is a Haitian immigrant with a law practice in Boulder. She is a champion for reproductive justice, gun safety, LGBTQIA rights, affordable housing, and economic stability.

    Joseph will make a great progressive legislator and deserves your vote.

    Junie Joseph

    Following the retirement of long-time Boulder representative Edie Hooton, a Democratic vacancy committee appointed Boulder City Council member Julie Joseph to run in House District 10. Joseph is a Haitian immigrant with a law practice in Boulder.

    Following the retirement of long-time Boulder representative Edie Hooton, a Democratic vacancy committee appointed Boulder City Council member Julie Joseph to run in House District 10. Joseph is a Haitian immigrant with a law practice in Boulder. She is a champion for reproductive justice, gun safety, LGBTQIA rights, affordable housing, and economic stability.

    Joseph will make a great progressive legislator and deserves your vote.

    Junie Joseph

    Following the retirement of long-time Boulder representative Edie Hooton, a Democratic vacancy committee appointed Boulder City Council member Julie Joseph to run in House District 10. Joseph is a Haitian immigrant with a law practice in Boulder.

  • Karen McCormick is the Democratic nominee for House District 11, and the incumbent. She is a longtime veterinarian with a background in teaching English with immigrant communities. McCormick has served on multiple local nonprofit boards, and is a member of Citizens’ Climate Lobby.
    In her first legislative session, McCormick passed legislation that would increase access to affordable health care, expand economic opportunity, and clean our air and water supply. She is committed to commonsense gun safety legislation, reproductive rights, and increased investment in our education system.
    McCormick is the progressive voter’s best choice in this race.

    Karen McCormick

    Karen McCormick is the Democratic nominee for House District 11, and the incumbent. She is a longtime veterinarian with a background in teaching English with immigrant communities. McCormick has served on multiple local nonprofit boards, and is a member of Citizens’ Climate Lobby.

    Karen McCormick is the Democratic nominee for House District 11, and the incumbent. She is a longtime veterinarian with a background in teaching English with immigrant communities. McCormick has served on multiple local nonprofit boards, and is a member of Citizens’ Climate Lobby.
    In her first legislative session, McCormick passed legislation that would increase access to affordable health care, expand economic opportunity, and clean our air and water supply. She is committed to commonsense gun safety legislation, reproductive rights, and increased investment in our education system.
    McCormick is the progressive voter’s best choice in this race.

    Karen McCormick

    Karen McCormick is the Democratic nominee for House District 11, and the incumbent. She is a longtime veterinarian with a background in teaching English with immigrant communities. McCormick has served on multiple local nonprofit boards, and is a member of Citizens’ Climate Lobby.

  • Incumbent Rep. Tracy Bernett is the Democratic nominee looking for her second term in the Colorado House of Representatives. She is an entrepreneur, mom, engineer, and community leader.
    In her first legislative term, Bernett prioritized climate legislation to clean our energy infrastructure and legislation to help Marshall fire victims get back on their feet. To help working families, Bernett wants to close equity gaps in education, access to healthcare, gender pay, and affordable housing.

    Bennett is the progressive candidate for this race and deserves your vote.

    Tracey Bernett

    Incumbent Rep. Tracy Bernett is the Democratic nominee looking for her second term in the Colorado House of Representatives. She is an entrepreneur, mom, engineer, and community leader.

    Incumbent Rep. Tracy Bernett is the Democratic nominee looking for her second term in the Colorado House of Representatives. She is an entrepreneur, mom, engineer, and community leader.
    In her first legislative term, Bernett prioritized climate legislation to clean our energy infrastructure and legislation to help Marshall fire victims get back on their feet. To help working families, Bernett wants to close equity gaps in education, access to healthcare, gender pay, and affordable housing.

    Bennett is the progressive candidate for this race and deserves your vote.

    Tracey Bernett

    Incumbent Rep. Tracy Bernett is the Democratic nominee looking for her second term in the Colorado House of Representatives. She is an entrepreneur, mom, engineer, and community leader.

  • Incumbent Representative Julie McCluskie is running for her third term in the state legislature. After Colorado's redistricting process, she moved from House District 61 to House District 13. McCluskie’s background assisting local schools with mental health and community engagement has informed her important work at the Capitol, where she has helped pass numerous education bills. Her successes include increasing school funding, developing the state’s first Department of Early Childhood, and a nicotine tax that will provide funding for rural schools.

    McCluskie served as chair of the prestigious Joint Budget Committee, and prioritized critical services during the COVID-19 pandemic. McCluskie’s stances on health care, education, and opportunities for working families are reflective of a progressive vision for the future of her district, and she is the clear recommended candidate in this race.

    Julie McCluskie

    Incumbent Representative Julie McCluskie is running for her third term in the state legislature. After Colorado's redistricting process, she moved from House District 61 to House District 13.

    Incumbent Representative Julie McCluskie is running for her third term in the state legislature. After Colorado's redistricting process, she moved from House District 61 to House District 13. McCluskie’s background assisting local schools with mental health and community engagement has informed her important work at the Capitol, where she has helped pass numerous education bills. Her successes include increasing school funding, developing the state’s first Department of Early Childhood, and a nicotine tax that will provide funding for rural schools.

    McCluskie served as chair of the prestigious Joint Budget Committee, and prioritized critical services during the COVID-19 pandemic. McCluskie’s stances on health care, education, and opportunities for working families are reflective of a progressive vision for the future of her district, and she is the clear recommended candidate in this race.

    Julie McCluskie

    Incumbent Representative Julie McCluskie is running for her third term in the state legislature. After Colorado's redistricting process, she moved from House District 61 to House District 13.

  • Stephanie Vigil is a Colorado Spring resident who is running for Colorado House District 16. Vigil has had personal experiences dealing with issues such as poverty, and child abuse and disability, which served as a catalyst for her to run for office. Therefore, Vigil has prioritized climate and energy, education, and housing as some of her key issues. Advocating for a “Greenhouse Gas Pollution Reduction” road map, getting Colorado teachers fair wages and resources, and forwarding legislation that will level the power between renters and landlords. Vigil would help in addressing some of the key issues identified by many progressive voters.

    Republican Dave Donelson, an Army veteran, is the opposing candidate to Vigil. Donelson has positioned himself as tough on crime and focusing on “fundamentals” in our schools. His idea of “fundamentals” is ridding Colorado children of "Critical Race Theory" (which is not taught in Colorado public schools) and "Diversity Equity and Inclusion." Donelson believes these are dangerous ideas and should not play a role in children’s education. To prepare children for the future, we need to teach them both the good and the bad of our history so that they better understand the lives, cultures and experiences of different people.

    It is clear that Stephanie Vigil is the correct candidate to keep District 16 on the path to progress.

    Stephanie Vigil

    Stephanie Vigil is a Colorado Spring resident who is running for Colorado House District 16. Vigil has had personal experiences dealing with issues such as poverty, and child abuse and disability, which served as a catalyst for her to run for office.

    Stephanie Vigil is a Colorado Spring resident who is running for Colorado House District 16. Vigil has had personal experiences dealing with issues such as poverty, and child abuse and disability, which served as a catalyst for her to run for office. Therefore, Vigil has prioritized climate and energy, education, and housing as some of her key issues. Advocating for a “Greenhouse Gas Pollution Reduction” road map, getting Colorado teachers fair wages and resources, and forwarding legislation that will level the power between renters and landlords. Vigil would help in addressing some of the key issues identified by many progressive voters.

    Republican Dave Donelson, an Army veteran, is the opposing candidate to Vigil. Donelson has positioned himself as tough on crime and focusing on “fundamentals” in our schools. His idea of “fundamentals” is ridding Colorado children of "Critical Race Theory" (which is not taught in Colorado public schools) and "Diversity Equity and Inclusion." Donelson believes these are dangerous ideas and should not play a role in children’s education. To prepare children for the future, we need to teach them both the good and the bad of our history so that they better understand the lives, cultures and experiences of different people.

    It is clear that Stephanie Vigil is the correct candidate to keep District 16 on the path to progress.

    Stephanie Vigil

    Stephanie Vigil is a Colorado Spring resident who is running for Colorado House District 16. Vigil has had personal experiences dealing with issues such as poverty, and child abuse and disability, which served as a catalyst for her to run for office.

  • Regina English is an Organizational Leadership PhD candidate who is running for Colorado State House District 17. English has an extensive amount of experience dealing with advocation for education, specifically providing students with adequate resources and support. She is also committed to growing the availability of affordable housing, acknowledging that no person should have to choose between basic necessities. Regina English is the kind of official that progressive voters need not only in District 17, but across all of Colorado.

    Opposing her is Republican Rachel Inez Stovall, a previous radio station host. Stovall states to be done with “feel good” legislation that has impeded law enforcement from doing their jobs. She believes that further funding the police department will help solve crime issues.

    We suggest going with Regina English who has the experience, proper plans, and drive to make progress in District 17.

    Regina English

    Regina English is an Organizational Leadership PhD candidate who is running for Colorado State House District 17. English has an extensive amount of experience dealing with advocation for education, specifically providing students with adequate resources and support.

    Regina English is an Organizational Leadership PhD candidate who is running for Colorado State House District 17. English has an extensive amount of experience dealing with advocation for education, specifically providing students with adequate resources and support. She is also committed to growing the availability of affordable housing, acknowledging that no person should have to choose between basic necessities. Regina English is the kind of official that progressive voters need not only in District 17, but across all of Colorado.

    Opposing her is Republican Rachel Inez Stovall, a previous radio station host. Stovall states to be done with “feel good” legislation that has impeded law enforcement from doing their jobs. She believes that further funding the police department will help solve crime issues.

    We suggest going with Regina English who has the experience, proper plans, and drive to make progress in District 17.

    Regina English

    Regina English is an Organizational Leadership PhD candidate who is running for Colorado State House District 17. English has an extensive amount of experience dealing with advocation for education, specifically providing students with adequate resources and support.

  • State Representative Marc Snyder is running for re-election to Colorado House District 18. Snyder is an attorney and the former Mayor of Manitou Springs. He has spent the past 20 years serving as a community leader focused on improving local transportation, health, economic development, sustainability, restorative justice, and military care. During his tenure in the State House, Snyder has been a champion for working families through championing access to affordable housing, the creation of a small business recovery loan program, and air quality legislation. Snyder has been, and will continue to be, an effective leader in the Colorado State House to make Colorado more affordable, environmentally friendly, and safe.

    Marc Snyder is the progressive choice for House District 18.

    Marc Snyder

    State Representative Marc Snyder is running for re-election to Colorado House District 18. Snyder is an attorney and the former Mayor of Manitou Springs.

    State Representative Marc Snyder is running for re-election to Colorado House District 18. Snyder is an attorney and the former Mayor of Manitou Springs. He has spent the past 20 years serving as a community leader focused on improving local transportation, health, economic development, sustainability, restorative justice, and military care. During his tenure in the State House, Snyder has been a champion for working families through championing access to affordable housing, the creation of a small business recovery loan program, and air quality legislation. Snyder has been, and will continue to be, an effective leader in the Colorado State House to make Colorado more affordable, environmentally friendly, and safe.

    Marc Snyder is the progressive choice for House District 18.

    Marc Snyder

    State Representative Marc Snyder is running for re-election to Colorado House District 18. Snyder is an attorney and the former Mayor of Manitou Springs.

  • Jennifer Lea Parenti is a retired Air Force Officer who is running for Colorado State House District 19. Parenti has expressed that she has always needed to serve her country, even as a small child. She has done this not only by serving as an officer in the Air Force, but by being a community advocate and backing a wide range of issues – from affordable housing, to the environment, and women’s reproductive rights. Parenti promises to also fight for veteran issues and education.

    Battling her for the office is incumbent Republican Rep. Dan Woog. Woog says that he believes in “energy options” for Colorado residents, but focuses on supporting oil and gas. He also believes that legislation has failed law enforcement and promises to support bills that will give more power to law enforcement.

    Jennifer Lea Parenti took an oath to protect this county and its democracy, that is why she is the right choice for House District 19.

    Jennifer Lea Parenti

    Jennifer Lea Parenti is a retired Air Force Officer who is running for Colorado State House District 19. Parenti has expressed that she has always needed to serve her country, even as a small child.

    Jennifer Lea Parenti is a retired Air Force Officer who is running for Colorado State House District 19. Parenti has expressed that she has always needed to serve her country, even as a small child. She has done this not only by serving as an officer in the Air Force, but by being a community advocate and backing a wide range of issues – from affordable housing, to the environment, and women’s reproductive rights. Parenti promises to also fight for veteran issues and education.

    Battling her for the office is incumbent Republican Rep. Dan Woog. Woog says that he believes in “energy options” for Colorado residents, but focuses on supporting oil and gas. He also believes that legislation has failed law enforcement and promises to support bills that will give more power to law enforcement.

    Jennifer Lea Parenti took an oath to protect this county and its democracy, that is why she is the right choice for House District 19.

    Jennifer Lea Parenti

    Jennifer Lea Parenti is a retired Air Force Officer who is running for Colorado State House District 19. Parenti has expressed that she has always needed to serve her country, even as a small child.

  • Incumbent Rep. Monica Duran currently represents House District 24, but is running for reeelection in House District 23 following Colorado's redistricting. As a House Representative, Duran has worked to support domestic violence survivors and working families. She has also advocated for and helped pass legislation for safer gun laws in Colorado. Duran believes in helping teachers and students to access the adequate resources and support needed. She also believes in expanding access to health care and protecting women’s rights.

    Duran is opposed by Republican Fred Clifford, a community college educator. Clifford believes that government should not limit our rights to defend ourselves. He also believes that we should limit the growth of government.

    Monica Duran has proved through experience that she is the right candidate for House District 23.

    Monica Duran

    Incumbent Rep. Monica Duran currently represents House District 24, but is running for reeelection in House District 23 following Colorado's redistricting. As a House Representative, Duran has worked to support domestic violence survivors and working families.

    Incumbent Rep. Monica Duran currently represents House District 24, but is running for reeelection in House District 23 following Colorado's redistricting. As a House Representative, Duran has worked to support domestic violence survivors and working families. She has also advocated for and helped pass legislation for safer gun laws in Colorado. Duran believes in helping teachers and students to access the adequate resources and support needed. She also believes in expanding access to health care and protecting women’s rights.

    Duran is opposed by Republican Fred Clifford, a community college educator. Clifford believes that government should not limit our rights to defend ourselves. He also believes that we should limit the growth of government.

    Monica Duran has proved through experience that she is the right candidate for House District 23.

    Monica Duran

    Incumbent Rep. Monica Duran currently represents House District 24, but is running for reeelection in House District 23 following Colorado's redistricting. As a House Representative, Duran has worked to support domestic violence survivors and working families.

  • Rep. Lindsey Daugherty is the current House District 29 Representative running in House District 24 following Colorado's redistricting process. Daugherty supports issues such as education, housing, and health care. She has helped pass legislation that would support suicide prevention, as well as legislation to help law enforcement prevent human trafficking. Daugherty also believes in strengthening the job force and has introduced legislations to help workers compensation and small businesses struggling during the pandemic.

    Opposing her is Republican Bill Patterson, a small business professional. Patterson seeks to fund law enforcement and support stricter sentencing of criminals. He is also a proud supporter of TABOR will work to protect it.

    Through her experience, Lindsey Daugherty has proven to be the right choice for House District 24. She deserves your vote.

    Lindsey Daugherty

    Rep. Lindsey Daugherty is the current House District 29 Representative running in House District 24 following Colorado's redistricting process. Daugherty supports issues such as education, housing, and health care.

    Rep. Lindsey Daugherty is the current House District 29 Representative running in House District 24 following Colorado's redistricting process. Daugherty supports issues such as education, housing, and health care. She has helped pass legislation that would support suicide prevention, as well as legislation to help law enforcement prevent human trafficking. Daugherty also believes in strengthening the job force and has introduced legislations to help workers compensation and small businesses struggling during the pandemic.

    Opposing her is Republican Bill Patterson, a small business professional. Patterson seeks to fund law enforcement and support stricter sentencing of criminals. He is also a proud supporter of TABOR will work to protect it.

    Through her experience, Lindsey Daugherty has proven to be the right choice for House District 24. She deserves your vote.

    Lindsey Daugherty

    Rep. Lindsey Daugherty is the current House District 29 Representative running in House District 24 following Colorado's redistricting process. Daugherty supports issues such as education, housing, and health care.

  • Sen. Tammy Story is the current Senator in Senate District 16 and is running to continue her legislative work in House District 25. Story has acquired extensive experience in legislation over her four years as a senator and will continue to support her community. She has shown real interest in public education, environmental responsibility, and health care. Story has passed legislation to make higher education more accessible by fortifying the Colorado Opportunity Scholarship initiative, and even supported a bill that served as an intersection between education and environment, which aimed to train a workforce for the energy sector.

    Tammy Story has the track record to help Colorado make progress, therefore she is the right choice for House District 25.

    Tammy Story

    Sen. Tammy Story is the current Senator in Senate District 16 and is running to continue her legislative work in House District 25. Story has acquired extensive experience in legislation over her four years as a senator and will continue to support her community.

    Sen. Tammy Story is the current Senator in Senate District 16 and is running to continue her legislative work in House District 25. Story has acquired extensive experience in legislation over her four years as a senator and will continue to support her community. She has shown real interest in public education, environmental responsibility, and health care. Story has passed legislation to make higher education more accessible by fortifying the Colorado Opportunity Scholarship initiative, and even supported a bill that served as an intersection between education and environment, which aimed to train a workforce for the energy sector.

    Tammy Story has the track record to help Colorado make progress, therefore she is the right choice for House District 25.

    Tammy Story

    Sen. Tammy Story is the current Senator in Senate District 16 and is running to continue her legislative work in House District 25. Story has acquired extensive experience in legislation over her four years as a senator and will continue to support her community.

  • Meghan Lukens is running to represent Colorado House District 26. Lukens grew up in Routt County and is a high school social studies teacher at Steamboat High School. She is also the former captain of the CU Boulder Women’s Ice Hockey team. Lukens is running to represent Colorado working families by promoting access to affordable housing, strengthening our education system, and defending Colorado’s economy and way of life. Lukens understands the need to protect public lands and the environment, stand up for reproductive freedom, and work to strengthen Colorado’s economy.

    Lukens is the progressive choice for Colorado House District 26.

    Meghan Lukens

    Meghan Lukens is running to represent Colorado House District 26. Lukens grew up in Routt County and is a high school social studies teacher at Steamboat High School. She is also the former captain of the CU Boulder Women’s Ice Hockey team.

    Meghan Lukens is running to represent Colorado House District 26. Lukens grew up in Routt County and is a high school social studies teacher at Steamboat High School. She is also the former captain of the CU Boulder Women’s Ice Hockey team. Lukens is running to represent Colorado working families by promoting access to affordable housing, strengthening our education system, and defending Colorado’s economy and way of life. Lukens understands the need to protect public lands and the environment, stand up for reproductive freedom, and work to strengthen Colorado’s economy.

    Lukens is the progressive choice for Colorado House District 26.

    Meghan Lukens

    Meghan Lukens is running to represent Colorado House District 26. Lukens grew up in Routt County and is a high school social studies teacher at Steamboat High School. She is also the former captain of the CU Boulder Women’s Ice Hockey team.

  • Incumbent State Rep. Brianna Titone took office in 2019 and has brought her scientific background in technology and geology to public policy. As the first openly transgender woman to be elected to office in the state, she has fought tirelessly against anti-LGBTQ bills, and ending discriminatory, draconian policies against marginalized groups. She’s notable for equity concerns on things like improved transportation infrastructure and access, equity in per-pupil public school funding, and advancing technology access for all with increased broadband. And with her background in the sciences, it’s no surprise she’s sponsored climate action bills to reduce pollution, to protect water quality, and to boost energy efficiency.

    Titone’s policies and record combined make her an unequivocal progressive choice.

    Brianna Titone

    Incumbent State Rep. Brianna Titone took office in 2019 and has brought her scientific background in technology and geology to public policy.

    Incumbent State Rep. Brianna Titone took office in 2019 and has brought her scientific background in technology and geology to public policy. As the first openly transgender woman to be elected to office in the state, she has fought tirelessly against anti-LGBTQ bills, and ending discriminatory, draconian policies against marginalized groups. She’s notable for equity concerns on things like improved transportation infrastructure and access, equity in per-pupil public school funding, and advancing technology access for all with increased broadband. And with her background in the sciences, it’s no surprise she’s sponsored climate action bills to reduce pollution, to protect water quality, and to boost energy efficiency.

    Titone’s policies and record combined make her an unequivocal progressive choice.

    Brianna Titone

    Incumbent State Rep. Brianna Titone took office in 2019 and has brought her scientific background in technology and geology to public policy.

  • Long-time labor leader Sheila Lieder is running to represent Colorado House District 28. Lieder is running to champion working Jefferson County families. The mother of an Eagle Scout, Lieder has been a fixture in her community and the labor movement for years, including as a longtime volunteer for the Colorado Alliance of Retirees. Lieder is running to make Colorado more affordable for working families, protect public education, save Coloradans money on health care, protect abortion and reproductive rights, and make Jefferson County safer. Lieder has a proven track record of standing up for Colorado working families.

    Lieder is the progressive choice for House District 28.

    Sheila Lieder

    Long-time labor leader Sheila Lieder is running to represent Colorado House District 28. Lieder is running to champion working Jefferson County families.

    Long-time labor leader Sheila Lieder is running to represent Colorado House District 28. Lieder is running to champion working Jefferson County families. The mother of an Eagle Scout, Lieder has been a fixture in her community and the labor movement for years, including as a longtime volunteer for the Colorado Alliance of Retirees. Lieder is running to make Colorado more affordable for working families, protect public education, save Coloradans money on health care, protect abortion and reproductive rights, and make Jefferson County safer. Lieder has a proven track record of standing up for Colorado working families.

    Lieder is the progressive choice for House District 28.

    Sheila Lieder

    Long-time labor leader Sheila Lieder is running to represent Colorado House District 28. Lieder is running to champion working Jefferson County families.

  • Representative Shannon Bird is seeking re-election for a third term in the Colorado State House District 29. Bird was first elected to the State House in 2018 after serving on the Westminster City Council. Bird served in 2021-2022 as the Chair of the House Finance Committee and on the Business Affairs and Labor Committee. Bird lives in Westminster with her family. She has led the way in supporting small businesses through her Small Business Recovery Loan Program; cosponsored the $5.3 billion transportation package; fought for all day kindergarten and preschool; and signed on as a co-sponsor for the Reproductive Health Equity Act. Bird will continue to represent working families and small businesses and to protect freedoms in the Colorado legislature.

    Bird is the progressive choice to continue leading House District 29.

    Shannon Bird

    Representative Shannon Bird is seeking re-election for a third term in the Colorado State House District 29. Bird was first elected to the State House in 2018 after serving on the Westminster City Council.

    Representative Shannon Bird is seeking re-election for a third term in the Colorado State House District 29. Bird was first elected to the State House in 2018 after serving on the Westminster City Council. Bird served in 2021-2022 as the Chair of the House Finance Committee and on the Business Affairs and Labor Committee. Bird lives in Westminster with her family. She has led the way in supporting small businesses through her Small Business Recovery Loan Program; cosponsored the $5.3 billion transportation package; fought for all day kindergarten and preschool; and signed on as a co-sponsor for the Reproductive Health Equity Act. Bird will continue to represent working families and small businesses and to protect freedoms in the Colorado legislature.

    Bird is the progressive choice to continue leading House District 29.

    Shannon Bird

    Representative Shannon Bird is seeking re-election for a third term in the Colorado State House District 29. Bird was first elected to the State House in 2018 after serving on the Westminster City Council.

  • Representative Chris Kennedy is a progressive candidate seeking his fourth term to represent Colorado House District 30. Kennedy grew up in Colorado Springs and graduated from University of Colorado, Boulder. He has dedicated his time in the Colorado State House to protecting the environment and fighting climate change, but he has also worked to change our tax policies, protect and advance our election systems, and reform our health care system. This includes work to increase cost transparency for hospitals, a prescription drug affordability board, stronger consumer protections at free-standing emergency departments, protections and supports for Colorado renters, and initiatives to combat climate change, regulation of toxic air contaminants, and democracy protections.

    Kennedy is the progressive choice for House District 30.

    Chris Kennedy

    Representative Chris Kennedy is a progressive candidate seeking his fourth term to represent Colorado House District 30. Kennedy grew up in Colorado Springs and graduated from University of Colorado, Boulder.

    Representative Chris Kennedy is a progressive candidate seeking his fourth term to represent Colorado House District 30. Kennedy grew up in Colorado Springs and graduated from University of Colorado, Boulder. He has dedicated his time in the Colorado State House to protecting the environment and fighting climate change, but he has also worked to change our tax policies, protect and advance our election systems, and reform our health care system. This includes work to increase cost transparency for hospitals, a prescription drug affordability board, stronger consumer protections at free-standing emergency departments, protections and supports for Colorado renters, and initiatives to combat climate change, regulation of toxic air contaminants, and democracy protections.

    Kennedy is the progressive choice for House District 30.

    Chris Kennedy

    Representative Chris Kennedy is a progressive candidate seeking his fourth term to represent Colorado House District 30. Kennedy grew up in Colorado Springs and graduated from University of Colorado, Boulder.

  • Said Sharbini is the progressive candidate running to succeed Rep. Yadira Caraveo in Colorado State House District 31. Sharbini has dedicated his career to helping people in their moment of greatest need as an attorney with the Office of the State Public Defenders.

    Sharbini's opponent, Heidi Pitchforth, is a retired school teacher who has spread COVID-19 misinformation via social media and has called for a "recount or revote [of] the entire 2020 presidential election."

    Said Sharbini is the only responsible choice for the voters of House District 31.

    Said Sharbini

    Said Sharbini is the progressive candidate running to succeed Rep. Yadira Caraveo in Colorado State House District 31. Sharbini has dedicated his career to helping people in their moment of greatest need as an attorney with the Office of the State Public Defenders.

    Said Sharbini is the progressive candidate running to succeed Rep. Yadira Caraveo in Colorado State House District 31. Sharbini has dedicated his career to helping people in their moment of greatest need as an attorney with the Office of the State Public Defenders.

    Sharbini's opponent, Heidi Pitchforth, is a retired school teacher who has spread COVID-19 misinformation via social media and has called for a "recount or revote [of] the entire 2020 presidential election."

    Said Sharbini is the only responsible choice for the voters of House District 31.

    Said Sharbini

    Said Sharbini is the progressive candidate running to succeed Rep. Yadira Caraveo in Colorado State House District 31. Sharbini has dedicated his career to helping people in their moment of greatest need as an attorney with the Office of the State Public Defenders.

  • Incumbent Rep. Dafna Michaelson Jenet has served Colorado House District 32 (known before redistricting in 2021 as House District 30) since winning her seat in 2016, ousting far-right disgraced Rep. JoAnn Windholz. Prior to serving in the Colorado House, Rep. Michaelson Jenet had a career as an award-winning author.

    In the Colorado House, Rep. Michaelson Jenet has been a leading advocate for behavioral health legislation, school nutrition, and protecting children from discrimination and so-called "conversion therapy." In 2021, Rep. Michaelson Jenet was the prime sponsor of legislation requiring health insurance policies to cover mental health wellness examinations.

    Rep. Michaelson Jenet's opponent, Justin Brown, is an oil and gas service company owner with no previous political experience. Brown told the Denver Post his top priority is to "battle against 'woke' education and the teaching of 'nonacademic concepts.'"

    Rep. Michaelson Jenet has tirelessly served her constituents with heartfelt empathy and is the easy choice for House District 32.

    Dafna Michaelson Jenet

    Incumbent Rep. Dafna Michaelson Jenet has served Colorado House District 32 (known before redistricting in 2021 as House District 30) since winning her seat in 2016, ousting far-right disgraced Rep. JoAnn Windholz. Prior to serving in the Colorado House, Rep.

    Incumbent Rep. Dafna Michaelson Jenet has served Colorado House District 32 (known before redistricting in 2021 as House District 30) since winning her seat in 2016, ousting far-right disgraced Rep. JoAnn Windholz. Prior to serving in the Colorado House, Rep. Michaelson Jenet had a career as an award-winning author.

    In the Colorado House, Rep. Michaelson Jenet has been a leading advocate for behavioral health legislation, school nutrition, and protecting children from discrimination and so-called "conversion therapy." In 2021, Rep. Michaelson Jenet was the prime sponsor of legislation requiring health insurance policies to cover mental health wellness examinations.

    Rep. Michaelson Jenet's opponent, Justin Brown, is an oil and gas service company owner with no previous political experience. Brown told the Denver Post his top priority is to "battle against 'woke' education and the teaching of 'nonacademic concepts.'"

    Rep. Michaelson Jenet has tirelessly served her constituents with heartfelt empathy and is the easy choice for House District 32.

    Dafna Michaelson Jenet

    Incumbent Rep. Dafna Michaelson Jenet has served Colorado House District 32 (known before redistricting in 2021 as House District 30) since winning her seat in 2016, ousting far-right disgraced Rep. JoAnn Windholz. Prior to serving in the Colorado House, Rep.

  • Broomfield City Councilmember William Lindstedt is the progressive candidate running in Colorado House District 33. On the Broomfield City Council, Lindstedt has been on the forefront of crucial growth planning and environmental protection issues. Prior to election to the Broomfield City Council, Lindstedt was a senior leader staffer in the Colorado General Assembly.

    Lindstedt's opponent, Stacie Dougherty, has no previous political experience, opposes "mask and vaccine mandates," and claims that "natural gas can reduce our emissions."

    Councilmember William Lindstedt is the clear choice for House District 33.

    William Lindstedt

    Broomfield City Councilmember William Lindstedt is the progressive candidate running in Colorado House District 33. On the Broomfield City Council, Lindstedt has been on the forefront of crucial growth planning and environmental protection issues.

    Broomfield City Councilmember William Lindstedt is the progressive candidate running in Colorado House District 33. On the Broomfield City Council, Lindstedt has been on the forefront of crucial growth planning and environmental protection issues. Prior to election to the Broomfield City Council, Lindstedt was a senior leader staffer in the Colorado General Assembly.

    Lindstedt's opponent, Stacie Dougherty, has no previous political experience, opposes "mask and vaccine mandates," and claims that "natural gas can reduce our emissions."

    Councilmember William Lindstedt is the clear choice for House District 33.

    William Lindstedt

    Broomfield City Councilmember William Lindstedt is the progressive candidate running in Colorado House District 33. On the Broomfield City Council, Lindstedt has been on the forefront of crucial growth planning and environmental protection issues.

  • Northglenn Mayor Pro Tem Jenny Willford is the progressive candidate running in Colorado House District 34 to succeed outgoing Rep. Kyle Mullica. Willford has served on the Northglenn City Council since 2017. Prior to her election, Willford was the Executive Director of Emerge Colorado, an organization dedicated to promoting Democratic women in elected office.

    As City Councillor and Mayor Pro Tem, Willford has worked to provide generous family leave benefits to municipal employees while promoting affordable housing and addressing the threat of human-caused climate change. Wilford's opponent Kevin Allen is an engineer with no experience in public office.

    Willford is the recommended progressive choice for House District 34.

    Jenny Willford

    Northglenn Mayor Pro Tem Jenny Willford is the progressive candidate running in Colorado House District 34 to succeed outgoing Rep. Kyle Mullica. Willford has served on the Northglenn City Council since 2017.

    Northglenn Mayor Pro Tem Jenny Willford is the progressive candidate running in Colorado House District 34 to succeed outgoing Rep. Kyle Mullica. Willford has served on the Northglenn City Council since 2017. Prior to her election, Willford was the Executive Director of Emerge Colorado, an organization dedicated to promoting Democratic women in elected office.

    As City Councillor and Mayor Pro Tem, Willford has worked to provide generous family leave benefits to municipal employees while promoting affordable housing and addressing the threat of human-caused climate change. Wilford's opponent Kevin Allen is an engineer with no experience in public office.

    Willford is the recommended progressive choice for House District 34.

    Jenny Willford

    Northglenn Mayor Pro Tem Jenny Willford is the progressive candidate running in Colorado House District 34 to succeed outgoing Rep. Kyle Mullica. Willford has served on the Northglenn City Council since 2017.