Amid growing dissatisfaction with both parties and the state of governance today, an overwhelming majority of Coloradans (85%) now say that they are open to voting for independent candidates who may run for the state legislature in 2018.
According to a new polling report by The Centrist Project Institute, a majority of Colorado voters (53%) believe the two major parties are not working together to solve the problems facing Colorado - with 71% placing blame for partisan gridlock on both Democrats and Republicans.
Our Fulcrum Strategy depends upon independent candidates winning just a small number of seats (3-5) in a closely-divided state legislature such as Colorado's. Not only is Colorado suffering from intense partisan gridlock but, as this report shows, the voters in that state are ready to vote for sensible independent candidates in the upcoming election. Please join us today and help us in our mission to support and elect those candidates.