Colorado House District 38 Democrats

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January 2018

You can now donate to HD38 using ActBlue!

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Tyler has been a huge help to HD38. Please donate if you can

Keep Tyler, Get Rid of Mike
We are looking to raise $5,000 to keep Tyler in Colorado’s 6th District as a full-time organizer.
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January 30, 2018 at 05:28AM

Sat Feb 3, 4:00pm
Hilton, 1701 California
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January 20, 2018 at 03:12PM

#BlueWave Hits Wisconsin

Dem wins Wisconsin state Senate seat in district Trump won by 17 points

Schachtner defeated her GOP opponent in a district Trump won by 17 points.

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Melissa4HD38 – The Time Is NOW!

Melissa4HD38 – The Time Is NOW!

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January 15, 2018 at 09:23PM

Did You Know? Beckman Voted No…

As we enter 2018 with full force, think about this for a second: Recently, Douglas County Police Officers arrived on scene at an apartment complex just outside of HD 38 (it may actually be within the district) in response to a disturbance call. The suspect was heavily armed and intended to ambush the officers. What transpired is truly horrific, resulting in the death of Officer Zack Parrish. Four other officers were shot. According to accounts, one of the officers was shot trying to pull Officer Parrish out of the gunfire. Due to the amount of blood loss from both officers, he was not able to get enough grip on Officer Parrish to pull him to safety. Can you imagine the mental anguish that the officer must be experiencing? Feeling of shame, guilt, or taking blame?

Then ask yourself this, why in any world, regardless of political position, would a legislator vote NO on Mental Health Support for Peace Officers?

Beckman voted NO! The below bill passed the House 51-8, the Senate 27-8, and became law. What reason would she have to vote no?

Again, WHY!! There is literally no reason to not support this bill.

Bill HB17-1215 encourages each sheriff’s office and each municipal police department to adopt a policy whereby mental health professionals provide: On-scene response services to support officers’ handling of persons with mental health disorders; and Counseling services to officers. The bill creates the peace officers mental health support grant program to provide grants of money to county sheriffs’ offices and municipal police departments to help them engage mental health professionals. Each sheriff’s office and each municipal police department is encouraged to apply annually for a grant from the grant program. The bill creates the peace officers mental health support fund, which consists of gifts, grants, and donations and any other money that the general assembly may appropriate or transfer to the fund. The grant program repeals September 1, 2027. The bill passed the House 51-8.

Beckman voted NO


Research Credit: Robert Bowen

You can watch Saturday’s Caucus Summit at the link below. Find out everything you always wanted to know about caucuses but were afraid to ask. #caucus Arapahoe County Democratic Party

Can’t make it to today’s Caucus Summit in Wheat Ridge?

Well have no fear as you can now watch it from the comfort of your home/work/local coffee establishment.

View the live stream of the event down below.


10:00 am Introductions & Panel of Experts: The process of caucuses plus Q&A
12:30 pm Lunch & Networking; Review of what was said in Morning Session by On Air Announcers
1:00 pm Mock Caucus or “Mockus”
4:00 pm Candidate Forum for Governor
5:30 pm Candidate Forum for Attorney General

Enjoy what you see and want to join us in person after all? Then come on down to the Wheat Ridge Grange – 3850 High Ct, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033. Tickets will be available at the door for $5 admission and an additional $10 for a boxed lunch. Cash/Check/Credit Card will all be accepted.
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January 14, 2018 at 09:27PM

AFT – American Federation of Teachers
Rep. Mike Coffman says he supports Dreamers, but it’s the leadership from his own party that won’t let Congress vote. It’s time for him to stand up to GOP leadership! Send an email to Rep. Coffman and demand a vote to protect dreamers!
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January 13, 2018 at 04:44PM

Stay tuned for caucus training and informational events. We need to show everybody we’re all in for this year’s election.

Caucuses, Assemblies and Conventions FAQs
A1. Precinct caucuses are meetings of registered electors within a precinct who are members of a particular major political party. The purpose of precinct caucuses is to elect precinct committee persons and delegates to county assemblies. Caucuses are held in locations across Colorado and are open t…
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January 12, 2018 at 07:30AM

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