Colorado Working Families Party

Colorado Working Families Party is excited to announce the results for their second round of endorsements in the 2018 election! Each of these endorsed candidates is a proven people’s champion. They're a new class of leaders who will create progressive change in our state by standing up #ForTheMany, not just the wealthy and well-connected.

Emily's List

Meghan Nutting is a dedicated supporter of progressive values. She has spent the majority of her career working to protect the environment by developing innovative ways to encourage the use of solar panels, said Geri Prado, senior director of state and local campaigns at EMILY's List. Meghan will be an unyielding advocate for all Coloradans in the state House and we are proud to support her campaign.

Colorado Foundation for Universal Healthcare

I am proud to be considered a healthcare champion. I support accessible and affordable healthcare for everyone, regardless of age, socioeconomic status, or immigration status. 10% of Coloradans still don't have coverage and those that do have coverage often struggle to afford it. We need to do better.

Run For Something

These first time candidates all have the heart and hustle that is so important to us at RFS, and we are proud to give them our endorsement,” said Ross Morales Rocketto, co founder of Run for Something. Put simply, they are the type of people we think the Party needs and the type of candidates who are going to work hard. They are knocking on doors and stepping up to run grassroots, community-led campaigns.

Moms Demand Action

I'm excited to announce that my campaign has been given the @MomsDemand Gun Sense Candidate distinction because I am committed to standing up for gun violence prevention and recognizing gun safety. #GunSenseNow

Colorado BlueFlower Fund

Colorado BlueFlower Fund helps elect pro-choice, progressive Democratic women candidates running for state and local office in Colorado.

Keep Colorado Green

With a unanimous vote, we officially endorse Meghan Nutting for House District 5! Denver deserves a representative that will protect our environment from corporate greed.

Colorado Ceasefire

Colorado Ceasefire was founded in 2000. After the Colorado General Assembly failed to pass significant gun violence prevention laws following the Columbine High School shooting, a small group of committed individuals formed the organization to remove from office legislators who were a block to progress on commonsense gun reform.