Most of us believe everyone counts, no matter our race, accent, or zip code. This year has tested us like no other — our health, our livelihoods, and our humanity. We’ve counted on one another to care for our loved ones, make ends meet, and make a better future. Now, we count on us to be active and informed voters.
You can help us achieve that goal by getting engaged with us this election season!
Vote Yes on 118: Paid Family and Medical Leave
No matter what we look like, where we come from or what our zip code is, Coloradans want to provide for our families and be together especially at critical moments like welcoming a new child, recovering from a serious illness, or caring for a loved one.
But today, a wealthy few want to divide us. They would have us believe we have to choose between being there for our families and losing a paycheck … or a job.
Coming together, we can ensure every one of us can have paid time to care for ourselves and our loved ones. United as Coloradans, we make the way for our families and communities.
Someone you love may need your vote. Vote Yes on Proposition 118 - Paid Family and Medical Leave.
Visit www.voteyeson118.com to learn more, sign up for updates, volunteer, or donate!
Vote No on Propositions 116 and 117
Whether we're Black or white, Latinx or Asian, native or newcomer, most of us pitch in for each other and hope to leave things better off for those to come.
But today a handful of corporations and the ultra-rich seek to divide us, putting deceptive measures that pad their own pockets like Propositions 116 and 117 on the ballot. They spread false claims, hoping we’ll look the other way as they force cuts to the schools, roads and services we depend on while they're reaping record profits.
By uniting across race and place and voting no on Propositions 116 and 117, we will protect the resources we need to make Colorado work for all of our families. Together as Coloradans, we make the way for a better future.
Vote Yes on Proposition 113
One person, one vote should mean that everyone’s vote counts equally.
Our system for electing the president is broken because it makes some people’s vote count more than others. The result is the president focuses more on issues important to just those voters and states, and not those of us in Colorado.
Every voter deserves to be treated equally, no matter what state they live in. Vote YES on Proposition 113, the National Popular Vote, to ensure that every vote is counted equally.
For democracy to work for all of us, it must include us all.
You can complete your mail ballot and either return it by mail or deposit it at a drop box or Voter Service & Polling Center (VSPC). Find the closest drop box or VSPC to you by visiting Just Vote Colorado.
If you return your ballot via mail, make sure to affix postage.
All ballots must be received by 7 PM on Election Day: Tuesday, November 3. Postmarks do not count.
Every Coloradan has the option to vote in person rather than returning their mail ballot. You may vote in person at any Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC) in your county. Find the closest VSPC to you by visiting Just Vote Colorado.
October 9 - Counties will begin mailing ballots.
October 19 - You may go to any Voter Service & Polling Center (VSPC) and obtain a ballot or cast a ballot in-person.
October 26 - Last day to register to vote or update your registration AND still receive a ballot in the mail.
November 3 - Election Day! You can register to vote and vote in person up to 7:00 PM on Election Day.
Call the Election Protection Hotline to find answers to your questions or report problems: Hotline: 866-687-8683 — Español: 888-839-8682
In such a time as this, we must think about how we support one another to organize around the changes we want to see in creating quality schools, a moral economy, accountability and voice in local and national policies, equal access to affordable health care and dismantling systems of racism and white supremacy. Please take a look at our work to become familiar with what we do.
The earth is sacred. We must live in balance with all of creation, using only what we need, and recognizing that there is enough for all.
We desire a moral and communal economy based on the infinite value of human beings, not material objects.
We have a moral obligation to provide equal access to affordable health care for all people.