I’m Guinn Unger. I’m running for Colorado State Senate Dist. 6 because I believe in healthcare over profits, gun safety over the NRA, and environment over big oil & gas interests. If you feel as I do, we share the same values, and probably the same concerns about what is happening in our country right now.
We all know Washington is a mess. Republicans are taking away our healthcare, rolling back environmental protections, and cutting funding for public education.
But there is good news:
We Can Improve Healthcare, Education & the Environment on the State Level.
We live in the United States, which means we have a lot of control over how we run Colorado. While we wait for things to improve in Washington, we can pass progressive policies that improve the lives of Coloradans today.
But First, We Need to Flip the Colorado State Senate.
Republicans hold the majority in the Colorado State Senate, and they are doing a terrible job of representing the average Coloradan. In the past year, they have let family-friendly, progressive legislation die in Senate committees, including bills that would have lowered the cost of healthcare and banned dangerous weapons. Not only that—Senate Republicans are letting bipartisan bills die in committees, too!
That means bills passed by the House aren’t coming to the floor for a vote. It means no matter which party you belong to, Senate Republicans are ignoring your concerns.
We Can Change What’s Happening in Denver.
The good news is, we only need to flip ONE seat for progressives to hold the majority in the Colorado State Senate.
That’s why I need your help. I need volunteers & donations to help spread the word about my campaign. This campaign is about more than me—it’s about helping people understand why state politics in Colorado matter more than ever.
Will you volunteer, or contribute $50, $100 or $250 to help flip the Colorado State Senate?
If you can’t volunteer or donate will you help us spread awareness by forwarding this blog to your friends?
Senate Dist. 6 includes La Plata County, Archuleta County, Montezuma County, Montrose County, Ouray County, Dolores County, San Juan and San Miguel Counties.