President

President Donald J. Trump (R)

White House: 202-456-1414

Contact Form: www.whitehouse.gov/contact/

U.S. Senators

Michael Bennet (D)
http://bennet.senate.gov

Cory Gardner (R)
http://gardner.senate.gov

United States Senate
http://www.senate.gov/

U.S. Representatives

District 1, Diana DeGette (D)
http://degette.house.gov

District 2, Jared Polis (D)
http://polis.house.gov

District 3, Scott Tipton (R)
http://tipton.house.gov

District 4, Ken Buck (R)
http://buck.house.gov

District 5, Doug Lamborn (R)
http://lamborn.house.gov

District 6, Mike Coffman (R)
http://coffman.house.gov

District 7, Ed Perlmutter (D)
http://perlmutter.house.gov

United States House of Representatives
http://www.house.gov

State Level

Governor John Hickenlooper (D)
http://www.colorado.gov/governor

Attorney General, Cynthia Coffman (R)
www.ago.state.co.us

Treasurer, Walker Stapleton (R)
www.colorado.gov/treasury

Secretary of State, Wayne Williams (R)
http://www.sos.state.co.us/

Colorado General Assembly
http://www.leg.state.co.us/

Colorado Secretary of State Elections Center
http://www.elections.colorado.gov/DDefault.aspx

 

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