2018 Results

Statewide Wins

Democrats won all statewide offices in 2018, the first time that has happened 

since 1936.

Jared Polis will be our next governor, defeating Walker Stapleton. He is the first openly gay and the first Jewish governor in the country.

Phil Weiser will serve as our next Attorney General, succeeding Cynthia Coffman.

Jena Griswold will be our next Secretary of State, defeating Wayne Williams, and becoming the first Democrat to win the seat in over 60 years.

Dave Young will serve as our next State Treasurer, beating Brian Watson.

Lesley Smith will serve as our next CU Regent At-Large, defeating Ken Montera.

Congressional Wins

Colorado Democrats now control four of Colorado's seven seats.

Jason Crow defeated Mike Coffman in Congressional District 6 and is the first Democrat to ever hold the seat.

Colorado State Senate Wins

The Colorado Senate Democrats won control of the State Senate and now have a 19-16 majority.

Colorado State House Wins

The Colorado House Democrats expanded their majority, winning several seats that had previously been held by Republicans including Tom Sullivan, House District 37

Additionally, every Democratic member who sought re-election was returned to the State House! 

Arapahoe County Wins

Nancy Jackson, County Commissioner District 4

Joan Lopez, County Clerk and Recorder

PK Kaiser, County Assessor

Tyler Brown, Sheriff


The time is now.

The Time is Now

Put aside everything we've done before, or how burned out we feel. We must--each of us--get out that vote. 

Knock on doors. 

Make calls. 

Text out the vote.

Register voters. 

Be an election judge. 

Hound other people to vote. 

Encourage everyone to vote the FULL BALLOT.

Preach about the ballot initiatives--they will directly impact our lives big-time.


1. Knock on doors--the most effective thing you can do. Find opportunities on our MOBILIZE AMERICA EVENTS page, on the INDIVISIBLE MAP, on CANDIDATE WEBSITES and on POLITICAL PARTY WEBSITES.  

2. Make calls. Find phone banks on the sites listed above, and also Google the issue you care about. Our allied groups may be running phone banks on specific issues. OR email our Colorado organizer, [email protected], and she'll help you create your own issue-driven phone bank.

3. Text out the vote. Email [email protected]

4. Register voters up until election day. Email [email protected] to take part in our "Dispense the Vote" drive to register voters at pot shops and concerts.

5. Protect the vote. Be an election judge. 

6. Hound other people to vote. Go to www.voterchase.com.  Now. 

7. Encourage everyone to vote the FULL BALLOT. Progressives often skip the people they don't know. Now is NOT the election to be picky.

8. Preach about the ballot initiatives--they will directly impact our lives big-time. See IndivisibleNOCO's great analysis HERE; Conservation Colorado's recommendations HERE and the Colorado Democratic party recommendations below. 

Welcome to Indivisible Arapahoe!

Indivisible Arapahoe supports all progressive grassroots groups and citizen activists in CD6, Arapahoe County, Colorado and neighboring areas. We work to ensure our representatives in government promote the America we love: one that respects basic human decency and civil dialogue, the planet we inhabit, and the institutions of this wonderful country. Join us! All who promote responsibility and accountability in government are welcome here, regardless of political party affiliation. Join us!  We support member and ally events, sometimes hold events collectively, and share tools and info.

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Email and Facebook and everything else overwhelming? You're not alone. Personal contact is the way to cut through the noise when urgent actions are needed. We're putting together an old-school text and calling tree for anyone interested in Arapahoe County and CD6.

This tree will be used ONLY for URGENT urgent actions. Let's say someone wonderful is fired, or someone awful is visiting. 

Events get pulled together very quickly when these things happen. We don't want you to miss these.  Will you help pull this together?