The Unity Party is now the newest official party in Colorado:
Declared 2018 Unity Party of Colorado Candidates
("Unity" candidates can now be placed directly onto the November General Election ballot, no petitioning required, thanks to new party status)
- Bill Hammons for Governor (currently seeking Lt Gov running mate)
- Chris Otwell for University of Colorado Regent-at-Large
- Scott Wagner for State House District 43 (Highlands Ranch)
The Unity Party of Colorado held its annual convention (and its first as one of only six officially recognized parties in the State) on July 15th in Westminster, and tripled its candidate count while opening all Unity Party primaries to Unaffiliated voters.
Click here for the post-convention press release.
The Unity Party of America, a Centrist organization in 37 States and counting, is fighting for Balanced Budgets, Term Limits, the outlawing of partisan Gerrymandering and many other Common Sense positions (in other words, Coloradans, we're fighting for you and every other American).
See www.unityparty.us for more information on affiliating with the Unity Party in the State of Colorado (an official option on the State's voter registration form since the successful 2014 petition onto the US Senate ballot of Unity Parties of America and Colorado Chairman Bill Hammons, who successfully petitioned onto the November General Election ballot again in 2016). As of early August 2016, Hammons was the only Colorado US Senate candidate to successfully petition onto the November ballot out of the four candidates who made the attempt.
Total Unity Party of Colorado affiliations were up 53% in the last 39 days of the November 2016 election alone. Check the "Unity" box and join the movement today!