These candidates have made a necessary and courageous decision to turn down special interest political action committee campaign contributions. Their name below is a link. Send them a note thanking them for representing their constituents and not special interest contributors.
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U.S. House of Representatives
Andrew Romanoff (CD 6, Aurora, Littleton, Centennial, Brighton)
Rep. Jared Polis (CD 2, Boulder, Fort Collins)
Rep. Phil Roe (CD 1, Kingsport, Morristown)
Jeffrey Kurzon (CD 7, Brooklyn Heights, Williamsburg)
Colorado General Assembly
Sen. Irene Aguilar (SD 32, Denver)
Rep. Lois Court (HD 6, Denver)
Sen. Michael Johnston (SD 33, Denver)
Rep. Janak Joshi (HD 14, Colo. Springs)
Rep. Dan Pabon (HD 4, Denver)
Sen. Pat Steadman (SD 31, Denver)
Rep. Jovan Melton (HD 41, Aurora)
Owen Perkins (HD 2, Denver)
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele
Tommy Wells (Washington, DC Mayor)
Charles Allen (Washington, DC Council Ward 6)
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Disclaimer: Even if the official candidate committee is not accepting special interest/PAC money, because of Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, PACs, political parties and other political committees may be spending money advocating for the defeat or election of these candidates without their permission.