CO Independent: 6 take-aways from Colorado’s post-election voter data

More than 1.1 million voters cast ballots in Colorado’s midterm election Tuesday night, or roughly 35 percent of the state’s active voting ...
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Denver Post: Women Quietly Emerging from the Political Shadows in Colorado

There’s a not-so-subtle difference in the Democratic primary ballots across Colorado this year. Look closely. There are women there at the top of the ...
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  • Jun 14, 2018

Emerge Colorado is seeking new board members!

Emerge Colorado is now accepting applications to join our Board of Directors! Please click here to learn more about the board, timeline for ...
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Every Lesbian, Bisexual, Queer And/Or Trans Woman Running for US Office in 2018

Much ado has been made in recent weeks about blue waves (for Democrats) and pink waves (for women), but there’s another surge worth noting this ...
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Will a #MeToo wave help elect a woman as Colorado governor?

Former Colorado State Treasurer and current Democratic gubernatorial candidate Cary Kennedy gestures after accepting her nomination for governor at ...
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Colorado Legislature May Once Again Lead Country in the Fight for Gender Equity

Colorado has long been a progressive voice for women’s rights. It was the first state in which men voted for women’s suffrage, nearly three decades ...
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Emerge Colorado Names New Executive Director

For Immediate Release MAR 9 2018 Michal L. Rosenoer begins as Emerge Colorado’s new Executive Director this month Denver, CO (March 9, 2018) – ...
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Is 2018 The Year For Colorado Women In Office?

2017 was a year filled with both jaw-dropping and awe-inspiring moments surrounding the world of politics. Beginning with the historic 2017 Women’s ...
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