[ [link removed] ]PACs and billionaires fund Colorado’s U.S. Senate candidates
Q: What do you have in common with
A: You both have a stake in Colorado’s Senate election.
If you follow this race, you may have seen a list of the PACs and
billionaires bankrolling Andrew’s opponents. It’s a roll call of corporate
wealth and power.
The end of the article is equally revealing—it’s the part where we come
in. Andrew Romanoff’s “first-quarter fundraising was propelled
overwhelmingly by small donors who live in Colorado.”
So here’s the real question: who’s in charge?
If you answered “the people of Colorado,” let’s make it so. [ [link removed] ]Chip in $5
or more to our grassroots campaign right now, and help us take our
The national establishment prefers to sell Senate seats to the highest
bidder. But here in Colorado, the voters are weighing in—and it’s a whole
📌 We won the caucuses.
📌 We won the county assemblies.
📌 We won the state assembly with 90% of the vote.
[ [link removed] ]Will you chip in $5 or more right now to keep our momentum going?
More than 2,400 viewers attended our [ [link removed] ]virtual rally last night—the
biggest turnout we’ve had so far. Today we’re rolling out another round of
endorsements, bringing the total number of local leaders on board to 375.
This is what a grassroots campaign looks like. Now we just need the
resources to match.
We’re doing our part to help Coloradans in need.
You can too—go to [ [link removed] ]covrn.com.
Contribute to Andrew’s campaign: [link removed]
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