Colorado Senate Republicans Want to Reverse Action on Climate Change.

The wildfires engulfing Colorado are a powerful reminder of the consequences if we fail to act against climate change.

Across the U.S., state legislatures are passing laws to take action on climate change, but Colorado Senate Republicans are doing the opposite. In fact, just earlier this year, Senate Republicans put forward a bill to repeal Colorado’s wildly popular tax credits for electric vehicles.

My Opponent Votes Against Climate Change Action.

During his time on the Colorado Senate, my opponent Don Coram voted against:

  • Legislation that would have reduced carbon emissions at the state level;
  • Legislation that would have given local governments the right to make decisions about oil and gas operations in their own communities;
  • And the electric vehicle credit that helps consumers save money on fuel.

Help Us Take Action on Climate Change.

In 2017, I ran for and won a seat on the La Plata Electric Association board because I wanted to explore new ways to bring renewable energy to Southwest Colorado.

When elected to the Colorado Senate, I will continue to be an advocate for clean air and water, encouraging companies to produce oil and gas in ways that do not harm the environment.

If you would like to help my campaign succeed in November, you can:

  • Volunteer to help spread the word about my campaign and how we can take action on climate change at the state level.
  • Donate to help my campaign flip Colorado Senate District 6.
  • Share this message and like our Facebook

Democrats flipped seats in Alabama and Pennsylvania, and we will flip Colorado Senate Dist. 6!

Senate Dist. 6 includes La Plata County, Archuleta County, Montezuma County, Montrose County, Ouray County, Dolores County, San Juan County and San Miguel County.

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