What We're For
Let's end the partisan stranglehold on Colorado's elections and politics
Colorado Independent Voters can challenge the broken partisan duopoly and demand an equally meaningful voice in Colorado politics.
Colorado independents come from across the political spectrum but are united in supporting common sense reforms to treat all voters equally, including:
Colorado Independent Voters is an affiliate of the Independent Voter Project, a national educational 501(c)4 based in California.
We do not advocate for the election or defeat of any candidate or ballot measure but instead we educate Coloradans to learn as much as they can about the partisan duopoly in Colorado and to find ways we can fix the broken election system.
Who We Are
ColoradoIndependentVoters.org is an affiliate of the Independent Voter Project, a national 501(c)4 organization based in California. Colorado Independent Voters was co-founded by Jim Jonas and Kathleen Curry. Jim, a former Republican political consultant, lives in Denver and has been active in national independent election reform projects for more than a decade. Kathleen, a former Democrat, was an independent member of the Colorado Legislature and is a vocal supporter for expanding voting rights for Colorado independents. She is a business owner in Gunnison.
Resources for Independent Voters
Democracy functions best when the most people participate
The Independent Voter Project (IVP) launched in 2006 with a directive to identify and execute a strategy to reverse an increasingly polarized political system:
The Centrist Project is a rapidly growing national force of citizens working to bring real change to real problems. We take the best ideas from both parties and ditch the rest. And, we have a tangible strategy for real change. Learn more at http://centristproject.org