RELEASE: Colorado Fair Share Action’s support helps candidates pull out election victories

For immediate release: Monday, November 21, 2022

Media Contact: Zach Polett, Campaigns Director, 501-247-1286,

DENVER — All three candidates who Colorado Fair Share Action backed for office in the 2022 election cycle have declared victory in their federal elections. U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet won another term as Colorado’s senior senator in Washington. Meanwhile, State Sen. Brittany Pettersen and State Rep. Dr. Yadira Caraveo will represent the Centennial State’s 7th and new 8th Congressional Districts, respectively in the U.S. House of Representatives this coming January.

“All three candidates who Fair Share Action supported this election cycle have made it clear that they care about the issues — from front-of-mind public health concerns to our economy — that affect Coloradans and all Americans,” said Maureen Kirk, Colorado Fair Share Action’s treasurer.

Fair Share Action identified likely voters, educated them about Bennet, Pettersen and Caraveo, and “got out the vote” by knocking in person on more than 100,000 doors across the 7th and 8th districts and dialing 500,000 phone calls to those same voters.

“Coloradans who voted for the candidates supported by Fair Share Action sent a clear message,” said Kirk. “They want a country where everyone gets their fair share, does their fair share, pays their fair share, and where everyone plays by the same rules.”

Fair Share Action stands for an America where everyone gets their fair share, does their fair share, and pays their fair share; and where everyone plays by the same rules.

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Canvassing Operation underway in CO and FL

Fair Share Action is celebrating its 10-year anniversary in the only way it knows how: striving to hit a new and ambitious goal of knocking on over 600,000 doors across Colorado and Florida before Election Day in support of candidates who will stand up for a fair economy and a stronger democracy.

We know that it’s hard to believe that ten years ago we were all on the precipice of electing then-Senator Obama to the presidency amidst a melting economy. Sadly, it goes without saying that so much of what we have achieved since is again fragile, whether we are looking at the continued rollbacks of our consumer protections, the short-sightedness of our nation’s new tax policy, the repeal of net neutrality, or the shrinking of our public lands.

Nevertheless, we are more inspired than ever. The memories from ten years ago, coupled with collective sound of the five million doors we have knocked on across 16 states since then, will keep us moving until polls close on November 6th. Our field teams are right now holding critical conversations with voters at their doorsteps about the future of Florida, Colorado, and our nation as a whole.

Know that we just celebrated our 455,000 knock of the cycle this past Saturday afternoon.

With seven field offices now up and running in Greeley, Colorado Springs, Boulder, Grand Junction, and Denver, we trust our work will make all the difference in critical gubernatorial and state legislative contests.

Just this past week, too, we were excited to announce that Fair Share Action launched an additional voter contact office in Pinellas County, Florida, where our canvassing teams will be hitting the doors in support of Senator Bill Nelson, Andrew Gillum for Governor, and Lindsay Cross for State Senate District 24. We have a goal of hitting 20,000 doors before Election Day in this critical swing area of the state.

Fair Share Action up to 7 offices in Colorado

Fair Share Action is now running 7 offices in Colorado – in Denver, Colorado Springs, Boulder, Aurora, Ft. Collins and Grand Junction.

Clearly there is a lot on the line on Nov. 8. That’s why we’re increasing our door-to-door field efforts to reach voters in support Michael Bennet for U.S. Senate.

Together, we can send a clear message this election about the country we want our children to grow up in. We’re working to educate and mobilize people who share our values.

Fair Share Action opens 3 new offices in Colorado

Fair Share Action has opened offices in Denver, Colorado Springs and Boulder.

These offices will be grassroots outreach offices, and will send organizers door to door in those communities in support of Hillary Clinton for President and Michael Bennet for Senate.

Door by door, vote by vote, Fair Share Action is building an economy and a democracy that work for all of us.

Fair Share Action Endorses Hillary

Fair Share Action has endorsed Hillary Rodham Clinton for President in the 2016 general election, citing her life-long career combining idealism and public service with a pragmatic, results-oriented approach to solving social problems. In endorsing Clinton, we’ve cite her commitment to children, women, consumer protection, action on climate change, public health, and opportunity for all. Previously, Fair Share Action had endorsed Clinton during the primary in June of 2015. 
We believe that Hillary Clinton will work pragmatically for real results that make a difference in people’s lives. Hillary Clinton is experienced, qualified, focused on results and on finding common ground to actually accomplish things. Secretary Clinton has a long track record of leadership as a champion for good causes when the time is right, particularly on behalf of women and children.

And we have real problems to address in this country. As our economy has shifted, too many have been left in the dust. We need a new way of approaching the economy that works for the American people. It is irrational and dangerous to attempt to move America backward to some idealized earlier age. We need a clear-thinking leader to move us forward, who can ensure that the new economy honors the dignity of the American people and provides for our economic security.

Denver Post: Activists target Colorado in “ground game” fight

WASHINGTON — Mary Rafferty got married in June, but she’s delaying her honeymoon until after Election Day for a not-so-tropical getaway: an air bed in Denver that lets her knock on doors in support of Democrat Mark Udall and his re-election campaign.

Walking a similar beat is Rudy Zitti, a former Long Island police officer who’s making the rounds for the conservative group Americans for Prosperity and its goal of limited government.

The two activists are among the hundreds of political foot soldiers expected to flood Colorado neighborhoods ahead of the Nov. 4 election.

While invasions of this kind are nothing new, several factors are converging on Colorado this year that could make the state home to the fiercest “ground war” in the country.