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  • CWA State(s) Council Endorsement
    Posted On: Sep 30, 2020
    Communications 2840 South Vallejo Street
    Workers of America    Englewood, Colorado 80110
    AFL-CIO, CLC      303-781-8700   FAX: 303-789-3325
    Colorado/Wyoming State(s) Council  opeiu#5, afl-cio/lcs

    Dear CWA Members,

    Our union is a powerful group of people who fight for each other and all working families, so we may have the freedom to take care of loved ones, the wages and benefits to sustain a family on, and the ability to retire with dignity and security. There is power in numbers. By coming together, with one clear voice, we demand freedom and respect in the workplace and the ability to make more than just a decent living. Because we deserve to have a decent life.

    The 2020 elections are rapidly approaching. CWA, in partnership with the Colorado AFL-CIO and its regional bodies, have done the research and believe the candidates listed on the back of this letter are the best choices for working people. These candidates have gone through a rigorous evaluation process and have demonstrated their commitment to CWA members. We are proud to say they have earned our endorsement and hope you consider this as you cast your ballot. 

    How you vote is a personal decision. We hope you will join the over 90% of union members in making our voices heard by voting in this November’s election.

    Create a custom list of union-endorsed candidates for your address at coaflcio.org/maps

    Madison Cassels Donald Sheridan
    President, CWA CO/WY State(s) Council President, Local 7707
    DNG-CWA Local 37074
    Dan Adams
    Beverly Shelton President, Local 7708
    President, Local 7702
    Vice President, CWA CO/WY State(s) Council Chris Roth
    President, Local 7750
    Dale Feller
    Secretary-Treasurer, CWA CO/WY State(s) Council Marcy Vegas-Harris
    Secretary-Treasurer, Local 7777 President, Local 7774
    Richard Ferdinandsen Debbie Medina
    President, Local 7590 President, Local 7777
    Mike Rea Kenneth Valero
    President, Local 7601 President, Local 14708

           


    PRESIDENT/VICE PRESIDENT US CONGRESS
    Joe Biden/Kamala Harris CD1.......Dianna DeGette
    CD2.......Joe Neguse
    US SENATE CD3.......Diane Mitsch-Bush
    John Hickenlooper CD6.......Jason Crow
    CD7.......Ed Perlmutter
    CU REGENT
    Callie Rennison STATE SENATE
    SD8.......Karl Hanlon
    STATE HOUSE SD17......Sonya Jacquez Lewis
    HD3........Meg Froelich SD25......Paula Jane Dickerson
    HD6.......Steven Woodrow SD26......Jeff Bridges
    HD9.......Emily Sirota SD27......Chris Kolker
    HD12......Tracey Bernett SD19......Rachel Zenzinger
    HD13......Judy Ambile SD23......Sally Boccella
    HD17......Tony Exum
    HD24......Monica Duran DISTRICT ATTORNEYS
    HD27......Brianna Titone JD1.......Alexis King
    HD28......Kerry Tipper JD17......Brian Mason
    HD29......Lindsey Daugherty JD18......Amy Padden
    HD31......Yadira Caraveo
    HD34......Kyle Mullica COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
    HD36......Mike Weissman Jefferson.......Andy Kerr
    Adams...........Eva Henry and Chaz TedesD
    Douglas.........Darien Wilson
    El Paso...........Kenneth Schauer
    Pueblo............Eppie Griego

      

    BALLOT INITIATEVES-SUPPORT
    Statewide......Paid Family and Medical Leave......Inititive 283
    Local.............Denver Bond and Mill Levy..............4A/4B

     


    Between October 9th and 16th, ballots will be mailed to all registered voters. In-person voting begins on October 19th. You may register to vote at any time up to and including on Election Day. You can do so on the Colorado Secretary of State’s website (GoVoteColorado.com) or in person at a Voter Service and Polling Center. If you want to receive a ballot by mail, you must register no later than 8 days before the General Election. 

    For independent, non-partisan information on voting, visit: JustVoteColorado.org

     

                                                                   

                                                                         

                                                                                     

                                                                                

               
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