Colorado
Working Families Party

About

We are the official Colorado chapter of Working Families, dedicated to upholding progressive values through direct action and electoral victory. Our mission is to empower people, organizations, and communities to build a multiracial and feminist populist movement that strengthens democracy and advances racial, social, and economic justice.

Our Candidates

Randy Moorman Arvada City Council, Ward 1
Susie Schuckman Arvada City Council, Ward 3
Adam Fung Aurora City Council, At Large
Candice Bailey Aurora City Council, At Large
John Ronquillo Aurora City Council, At Large
Crystal Murillo Aurora City Council, Ward 1
Bryan Lindstrom Aurora City Council, Ward 2
Ruben Medina Aurora City Council, Ward 3
Marques Ivey Aurora School Board, At Large
Dan Williams Boulder City Council, At Large

Ballot measures

Adams: School District 27J – 5A
Yes
Adams: Westminster 3I
Yes
Amendment #78: Custodial Fund Appropriations Initiative
No
Boulder: #300 Bedrooms are for People
Yes
Boulder: No Eviction Without Representation
Yes
Denver: #201 Conservation Easement
No
Denver: #2B Housing and Sheltering System Bonds
Yes
Denver: #2C Transportation and Mobility System Bonds
Yes
Denver: #2D Parks and Recreation System Bonds
No
Denver: #2E National Western Campus Facilities System Bonds
No
Denver: #2F Safe and Sound
No
Denver: #2G Fill Future Vacancies for Independent Monitor
Yes
Denver: #2H Election Day Change
Yes
Denver: #301 Parks and Open Space Preservation
Yes
Denver: #303 Let’s Do Better
No
Denver: #304 Enough Taxes Already
No
Denver: Climate Tax
No
Denver: Municipal Broadband
Yes
Denver: Repeal Pit Bull Ban
Yes
House Bill 1427 (Tobacco and Nicotine Products Tax)
No
Initiative #107 (Restoration of Gray Wolves)
Yes
Initiative #283 (Paid Family and Medical Leave)
Yes
Initiative #295 (Require Voter Approval of Certain New Enterprises Exempt from TABOR Initiative)
No
Initiative #306 (Decrease Income Tax Rate from 4.63% to 4.55%)
No
Initiative #76 (Citizenship Qualification of Electors)
No
Prop #119: Creation of Out-of-School Education Program and Marijuana Sales Tax Increase Initiative
No
Prop #120: Reduce Property Tax Rates and Retain $25 Million in TABOR Surplus Revenue Initiative
No
Prop 113 (National Popular Vote Interstate Compact)
Yes
Prop 115 (Prohibition on Late-Term Abortions)
No

Contact

General Inquiries:
colorado@workingfamilies.org