It has been an amazing week for Prop 112! With an awesome fundraiser last weekend and Bill McKibben coming to Colorado to support our efforts including a livestream last Saturday – and a record numbers of canvassers in the offices — the campaign has gained some serious momentum! With the election just 12 days away, we want to pull out all the stops and have as many one-on-one conversations with Colorado voters as we can. Many voters are still undecided about Proposition 112 and need to hear from us.
Thanks to Bob and Kay Parker of Coaldale, Colorado for sharing the following speech offered in Fremont County, Colorado this past week. Bob and Kay, who are 350 Colorado Board members as well as leaders of 350 Central Colorado shared why they feel it is so important to vote yes on Proposition #112.
This October, 350 Colorado and the Colorado People’s Climate Justice Platform is hosting a free, four-part webinar series for Coloradans who are ready to rise and answer the call to action and advocate for climate justice this election and beyond.
We have just 4 weeks left until statewide ballots are mailed, and we need your help to make sure that Colorado Rising Proposition #112 for 2,500’ safer setbacks between fracking and our homes, schools, playgrounds and water sources wins this November! To win this November 6th, we’re going to need everyone possible pitching in between now and Nov. 6th. Can you help?
Hundreds gathered in Denver on Saturday, September 8th for the Climate, Jobs and Justice Summit – where 350 Colorado offered workshops focused on ways to defund the climate crisis, along with how to elevate climate justice in the upcoming elections.
On Saturday, September 8th, we are joining the Colorado Climate, Jobs and Justice Summit to show our elected leaders that we demand meaningful action on climate change. We will have breakout groups, an awesome panel of speakers and much more!
Colorado Rising submitted over 171,000 signatures for the “Safer Setbacks from Fracking” initiative to the Secretary of State Monday morning, far more than the threshold required to qualify for the ballot in November. This grassroots effort was led by more than 750 Colorado volunteers from across the state, including 350 Colorado volunteers and staff.