2020 US Senate Candidates

John Hickenlooper

Andrew Romanoff

Colorado Statewide

2018 Colorado Governor Race Candidates

Jared Polis*

Cary Kennedy*

Michael Johnston*

Donna Lynne*

Attorney General

Phil Weiser*


State Treasurer

Dave Young*


Secretary of State

Jena Griswold*


Colorado State Senators

Colorado House of Representatives Candidates

Denver Elected Officials

  • At-Large – Debbie Ortega and Robin Kniech*
  • District 1 – Amanda P. Sandoval*
  • District 3 – Jamie Torres*
  • District 4 – Kendra Black*
  • District 5 – Amanda Sawyer*
  • District 6 – Paul Kashmann*
  • District 7 – Jolon Clark*
  • District 10 – Candi Cdebaca*
  • District 11 – Stacie Gilmore*
  • Auditor – Tim O’Brien*
  • City Clerk and Recorder – Paul Lopez*

*Endorsed the Working People’s Platform in 2018 election cycle.

**Endorsed the Working People’s Platform in the 2020 election cycle.



News and Updates:

Local 105 Health Care in the News

“The pandemic didn’t create most of the root problems they’re concerned about,” SEIU Local 105 health care organizing director Stephanie Felix-Sowy told NPR. “But it amplified them and the need to address them.” Read more to learn how Local 105 is helping health care workers fight for better and safer hospitals.

Local 105 Janitors Win Big

Janitors in Downtown Denver are returning to work having their hours cut shortly before the holiday season. 400 janitors represented by Service Employees International Union Local 105 reached an agreement with Commercial Cleaning Systems (CCS) to restore lost hours last week. Patricia Robles, a Denver janitor for the last 30 years, and Vice-President of Property … Continued

Colorado votes for the Working People’s Platform

Voters elected 54 officials who have endorsed the Working People’s Platform in the General Election. In addition, Colorado voters passed Proposition 118, Paid Medical Family Leave. John Hickenlooper unseated former Senator Cory Gardner and has pledged to bring the Working People’s Platform to Congress. The Senator-Elect has publicly backed measures such as a federal $15 … Continued

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