The 2022 election results are a mixed bag for Colorado women with several key wins, but one significant loss.
You have another chance to center gender, racial, and economic equity when you cast your vote by November 2, 2021.
Guest blog: Kelly Brough, CEO of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, shares a business perspective on Prop. 116 and Amendment B.
Guest blog: Anna Jo Haynes, WFCO honorary trustee and founder of Mile High Early Learning, explains why voting Yes on Prop EE will allow us to improve the health and education of children across Colorado and support working women.
Guest blog: Ashley Panelli, associate state director of 9to5 Colorado, discusses why access to paid family and medical leave is necessary for all Coloradans.
Guest blog: Cynthia Molina, CEO of Boulder Valley Women’s Health Center, encourages Coloradans to vote no on 115.
In our nonpartisan ballot guide, The Womanifesto, WFCO takes positions on five of the 11 statewide measures that have the greatest likelihood to impact Colorado women’s economic mobility.
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