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Colorado

We are looking for volunteers to put Colorado in the “yes” column for calling for a Convention of States.  Our goal is to find one District Captain in every Colorado state house district. The District Captain's mission is simple: find 100 people in your district willing to contact their state legislators in support of Convention of States legislation next session.

It doesn't take a huge time commitment to make a difference.  About a dozen constituent phone calls is often enough to move an issue to the top of a state legislator's priority list.  In person meetings are even more effective.

What part can you play in helping us reach our goal for liberty?  You can contact anyone on our state leadership team to find out how you can help!

Colorado Action Prompt

Colorado Action Prompt

Here are volunteer opportunities for your consideration and information:

WCS - June 26, 27, 28 - "man" the COS booth, collecting petition signatures, handing out palm-cards and answering questions using the handbook, Q&A and resources provided on line.  Effective volunteers will be outgoing and friendly people who are conversant with Article V in general, the COS Application in specific and familiar enough with the resources of the Citizens Toolkit to make effective use of it in answering questions. 

 July 4th Party in Colorado Springs - COS booth headed up by Dale Comyford needs volunteers for collecting petition signatures, handing out palm-cards and answering questions using the handbook, Q&A and resources provided on line.  Effective volunteers will be outgoing and friendly people who are conversant with Article V in general, the COS Application in specific and familiar enough with the resources of the Citizens Toolkit to make effective use of it in answering questions

Heritage Foundation's Reclaim America tour in Denver on June 25th from6pm to 9pm at Marriott Denver; 4900 S Syracuse - Register on-line: https://reclaim.heritage.org/events/denver/

While COS does not have a booth or formal part of this event, we hope to have some of "our own" in attendance.  At this event, the COS member will be surrounded by those of like mind and should be presented with a terrific recruiting opportunity.  We're encouraging our members to attend and enjoy this event and to engage fellow attendees informally on the topic of COS.  Be sure to bring copies of the COS petition with you!! 

Colorado Action

Colorado Action

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Colorado Team

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    Kyle Akers

    Grassroots Coordinator

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    Tricia Anthone

    Deputy Grassroots Coordinator

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    Donna Childers

    State Information Analyst

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    John Clark

    State Information Analyst

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    Kristina Cook

    Colorado State Director

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    Troy Day

    State Information Analyst

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    William Denehan

    Coalitions Director

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    Aaron DUkette

    Grassroots Coordinator

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    James Gallagher

    Coalitions Director

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    C. J. Garbo

    Legislative Liaison

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    Kat Hakola

    Grassroots Coordinator

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    Alan Knight

    Media Liaison

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    Betsy McCain

    Colorado Legislative Liaison

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    Marty McCune

    Regional Captain

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    Stephanie Potts

    District Captain

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    Ronald Scott

    Coalitions Director

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    Mary Jo Strassburg-Aldal

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    Edward Sutton

    Coalitions Director

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    Calida Troxell

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