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IndivisibleNOCO was awarded a grant to work with other Colorado Indivisible groups on texting campaigns!  Our next big caper is a Get Out The (Blue) Vote texting campaign just after ballots go out (around June 9) and we need volunteers to help us send texts.  Our last two campaigns were very effective.  You can send texts from the comfort of your own home.  It's super easy.  You can do it on a computer and  you don't use your phone number.  We will train you and provide support via Zoom.  Send us an email with the subject line "Texting."

IndivisibleNOCO was thrilled to host an online forum with Governor Hickenlooper and Speaker Romanoff, Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate!


Did you miss the forum?


No worries - Here is a recording of the event!


IndivisibleNOCO hosted an online forum with John Hickenlooper and Andrew Romanoff, Democratic candidates vying for the opportunity to take on Cory Gardner and relieve him of his job as U.S. Senator!


On June 30, Colorado will have a primary election to decide which Democratic candidate for Senate will be on the November ballot. We want to make sure that our next Senator is up to the task of representing Colorado and willing to take on issues that are important to progressive constituents!


The forum was moderated by Gordon McLaughlin (Deputy District Attorney and Democratic candidate for the 8th Judicial District, which includes Larimer and Jackson Counties), and will feature candidates John Hickenlooper (former Denver Mayor, Colorado Governor and founder of Wynkoop Brewing) and Andrew Romanoff (former Speaker of the Colorado House of Representatives and former CEO of Mental Health Colorado).   Candidates were asked questions about topics important to progressive Coloradans. Topics will include health care, climate change, immigration, campaign finance reform, and others.

Ways to Help Out During the COVID-19 Crisis

Colorado Responds!  Let the Colorado Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management know what skills you have that might be useful during this crisis.  Sign up to volunteer if needed!

Sign up to help out in the IndivisibleNOCO community.  If you have the capacity to help out, please use this form to let us know.  When someone needs something, we will contact you.  It may not be today or tomorrow, but we are sadly afraid that eventually our neighbors will need some kind of assistance. As one of our heroines said - we are stronger together.

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Resources During the Crisis

IndivisibleNOCO is here to help!   If you find yourself needing some help or company, you are not alone; the IndivisibleNOCO community is here for you.  We can help with errands, setting you up with technology or finding someone in our group for a remote conversation with you.  Please use this form to let us know if you need something and we will do our very best to help out.  For the health and safety of our volunteers, we are only proposing assistance that does not involve personal contact.  And remember - if you have a medical emergency, call your healthcare provider or 9-1-1. Keep this form handy. You may not need anything today, but you may need assistance in the future.


What is IndivisibleNOCO?

We are an activist group that emerged after the November 2016 election.  Our mission is to further a progressive agenda and turn Colorado into a solidly blue state by:

  • Empowering constituents to hold their elected officials accountable
  • Ensuring an informed citizenry; and 
  • Electing progressive candidates to officers at all levels.

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