1.3 million taxpaying Coloradan’s are barred from casting a ballot in the presidential, state and local nominating process because of needlessly confusing, and time-consuming, closed caucuses and primaries which ban unaffiliated voter participation.
Unaffiliated voters outnumber both Republican and Democrat voters in Colorado. It is simply wrong to exclude the largest group of voters from the elections they pay taxes for.
That’s why we support propositions 107 and 108 to restore a presidential primary in Colorado and open taxpayer financed primaries to all Colorado voters.
By passing these initiatives, we can make sure every single Coloradan can participate in our democracy – the way it was intended. "We believe the changes would usher in more engagement, encourage broader and more thoughtful debate and ultimately provide better candidates to entrust with public office. We urge voters to say 'yes' to Propositions 107 and 108." –
The Denver Post
We couldn't agree more with The Denver Post
and the Colorado Springs Gazette, Boulder Daily Camera, Fort Collins Coloradan, Grand Junction Sentinel
and the hundreds of organizations and individuals
who have urged for a YES vote on 107 and 108.
Support our Thunderclap to encourage voters to return their mail-in ballots and #GetINtheVote
– we will win with your help