We demand a Colorado where our economy and democracy work for all of us, not just the wealthy few!

We will fight for:

The Working People’s Platform is a project of SEIU Local 105, a union of over 7,000 Coloradans who work in healthcare and building services. Local 105 members and community advocates created a set of priorities based on our values and the challenges facing working people across Colorado. We are building an inclusive movement in support of these priorities, so please sign on today!

Candidates in Colorado are being asked to stand up for working people by endorsing the platform. All around the state, people are raising their voices to demand that our government and our economy work for all of us, not just the very wealthy and big corporations.

 

News and Updates:

In the Face of Supposed Prosperity, Wages Actually Going Down

It might seem like the Colorado economy is thriving because of low unemployment, but the economy is still failing to benefit all Coloradans. Despite the narrative of economic prosperity, most Colorado workers continue to face economic hardships because their median hourly wages have hardly changed in years despite rapidly increasing rents and costs of living. … Continued

Poll: Polis leading Kennedy, but both best Stapleton

By: Ernest Luning Jared Polis holds a lead over Cary Kennedy atop the four-way Democratic primary to be Colorado’s next governor, but both would defeat Republican frontrunner Walker Stapleton by the same margin, according to a new survey. The survey was conducted by polling and communications firm Strategies 360 for the Service Employees International Union’s Colorado Small … Continued

Despite Boom-State Narrative, Poll Shows Half of Voters Economically Struggling

Poll Shows Voters Favor Candidates that Support Bold Agenda for Working People  Click here for Summary and Toplines Click here for Full Results Click here for Cross Tabs Denver, CO – A new poll released by Strategies 360 today, shows that despite a growing economy and a low unemployment rate, 49 percent of general election voters … Continued

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