If you were there would you have fought? Because if they were here, they’d absolutely vote.

For generations, progressives have been fighting for civil rights, women’s rights, gay rights, voting rights, and human rights. We’re the descendants of those who marched in Selma, who met at Seneca Falls, and who fought at Stonewall.

Whether fighting for women’s suffrage in the 1910s or for civil rights in the 1960s, we need to continue the fight and vote in Colorado’s primary election by June 28th.


Every time I hear a new hateful, racist remark from Donald Trump, I can’t help but think “America is better than this.” And I can tell you why I know this: the citizens of this country who have fought and pushed and dedicated their lives to creating a more perfect union since our founding have proved that America is better than this.

But if we want to continue to improve our country and prove we’re better than the hateful language we’re hearing from the right-wing, then we have to pick up the fight our forefathers and mothers began. There are a lot of ways to combat this ugliness, but the absolute requirement is to VOTE.

Today is the last day to get your primary ballot in the mail. If you can’t get it in the mailbox today, be sure to return your ballot to a Voter Service & Polling Center or Ballot Drop Box before 7pm next Tuesday, June 28th. If you need any assistance returning your ballot, call 303-459-4729.