Get Involved with YES on National Popular Vote
Do you believe in the democratic principles that every vote should count equally, and the candidate with the most votes should always win? Then join our campaign to make sure that Proposition 113, the National Popular Vote, passes in Colorado! We could really use your help.
We are calling Colorado voters from our homes using our computers and phones at designated times with an online program called HubDialer. You will be provided with instructions and a script, and the HubDialer system will do the rest! You don't have to download or print anything - just have access to the internet via a computer, and a phone. Your personal phone number will not be used. We will have two one-hour shifts from 6:00 - 8:00 on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and some Saturday shifts as well.
LETTERS TO NEWSPAPERS
Getting the truth out there about Proposition 113 is the single most important thing you can do to help! And the best way to do this is by writing a letter to the editor of your local newspaper. We've made this easy! You can either write your own, or use one of our templates. Click here for instructions.
EVERY VOTE EQUAL MARCH - October 17, 18 & 19
Join the League of Women Voters of Colorado and YES on Proposition 113 as we walk from Lafayette to the Capitol steps in Denver to highlight the need to make Every Vote for the President EQUAL. Sign up for a shift that matches your schedule and stamina, then lace up your walking shoes, grab a sign, and proudly make a statement with other like-minded Democracy Defenders!
Saturday, October 17, 2020 - Day 1
9:00am -- Leg #1 (1.5 mi.): Lafayette Public Library (775 Baseline Road, Lafayette) to Natural Grocers at Public Road and South Boulder Road, Lafayette (100 W South Boulder, Lafayette) map here
10:00am -- Leg #2 (1.6 mi.): Natural Grocers at Public Road and South Boulder Road (100 W South Boulder, Lafayette) to Off Campus Cafe at Good Samaritan Hospital (2600 Campus Drive, Lafayette) map here
11:00am - Leg #3 (3.4 mi.): Off Campus Cafe at Good Samaritan Hospital (2600 Campus Drive, Lafayette) to Broomfield Starbucks (287 and Miramonte, 1170 US-287 #D-400, Broomfield) map here
12:30pm - Leg #4 (2.3 mi.): Broomfield Starbucks (287 and Miramonte 1170 US-287 #D-400, Broomfield) to Keg House Sports Bar at Broomfield Park & Ride (8001 Arista Pl, Broomfield) map here
Sunday, October 18, 2020 - Day 2
9:00am -- Leg #1 (4.3 mi.): Keg House Sports Bar at Broomfield Park & Ride (8001 Arista Pl, Broomfield) to Jimmy John's at I-36 & Sheridan (8725 Sheridan Boulevard b, Westminster) map here
10:30am -- Leg #2 (3.5 mi.): Jimmy John's at I-36 & Sheridan (8725 Sheridan Boulevard b, Westminster) to Goody's Eatery at Federal Blvd and 72nd Ave. (3010 W. 72nd Ave., Westminster) map here
12:45pm -- Leg #3 (2.9 mi.): Goody's Eatery at Federal Blvd and 72nd Ave. (3010 W. 72nd Ave., Westminster) to Good Times near Federal & 50th (4975 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80221) map here
Monday, October 19, 2020 - Day 3
10:00am -- Leg #1 (1.9 mi.): Good Times near Federal & 50th (4975 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80221) to Walgreen's at Speer & Federal (2975 Federal Blvd., Denver) map here
11:00am -- Leg #2 (1.5 mi.): Walgreen's at Speer & Federal (2975 Federal Blvd., Denver) to Union Station (16th Street and Wewatta) map here
1:00pm - Leg #3 (1.7 mi.): Union Station (16th Street and Wewatta) to Colorado State Capitol map here
Yes on Proposition 113 Yard signs are currently available at the following locations, as long as they last.
- Colorado Democratic Party Headquarters
789 Sherman St Suite 110, Denver
Hours: 9:30 - 5:00
- Weld County Democratic Party
810 9th Street, Greeley
Hours: Weekdays, 10:00 - 4:00