NOTE: Longmont Area Democrats Response to the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee 2020 Democratic Senate Candidate Endorsement, here.
CANDIDATE FORUM VIDEO: On January 26, 2020, Longmont Latinx Voice presented a 2020 Colorado Democratic Candidates Town Hall & Forum. ALL US Senate candidates were present. See the video here.
A NOTE ABOUT CAUCUS: The 2020 Caucus is different this year — delegates are elected to County Assembly (March 28) based on the US Senate Candidate preference poll (not the presidential). But only the US Senate candidates going through caucus will be included in that poll (Candidates have a choice as to how to get onto the June 30 primary ballot: caucus, or petition, or both). The 5 US Senate candidates going through the caucus process are Hickenlooper, Romanoff, Spaulding, Underwood and Zornio. The other US Senate candidates are petitioning onto the June 30th ballot. For more about caucus, click our Caucus 101 widget, or go to bocodems.org
See all websites and contact info for current candidates below:
2020 COLORADO DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES
for US SENATE —
*This list was updated 1/24/2020. If you are from a candidate’s campaign, and have corrections, or more contact information to share, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Our monthly meetings (first Wednesday of every month) are well-attended, and we welcome any Democratic candidates to come and introduce themselves or depending on the meeting’s agenda and time constraints, arrange for a meet & greet / Q&A with attendees. Please contact us to add yourself to our meeting agenda at email@example.com.
Longmont Area Democrats does not publicly endorse any candidate in a non partisan race (city council), or any Democratic candidate in the primary phase of any election. We do advocate for folks to be informed about their ballot, to vote in every election, and to vote the whole ballot. We will update this list and future lists about the candidates running. Our primary objective is to elect Democrats and progressives in city, county, boards & commissions, state legislature, state, US Senate, US Congressional, and US Presidential offices — wherever possible.