For Unity Party of Colorado State Officers, please see the United Colorado Committee page. Also please note that this is by no means a complete list of the Unity Party of Colorado state membership (which now runs into the 1000s). These are merely more active members who have signed up through the national sign-up form in addition to affiliating with “Unity” as a Colorado voter.

  1. James Treibert, Adams County Chair
  2. Rob Corn, Arapahoe County Chair
  3. Tony Ploughe, Arapahoe County Vice Chair
  4. Matthew Turner, Boulder County Chair (630) 452-0556
  5. Kendall Brown, Boulder County Asst Chair
  6. Jessica Wittmer, Boulder County Asst Vice Chair
  7. Troy Brekke, Denver County Chair
  8. Fitz Scott, Denver County Vice Chair
  9. Paul Zaentz-Lewis, Douglas County Chair
  10. Brian Halterman, Douglas County Vice Chair (714) 454-4101
  11. Rebecca Keltie, El Paso County Chair
  12. Ryan Arthur, El Paso Vice County Chair
  13. Stephen Babcock, El Paso County Asst. Vice Chair
  14. Andrew Ross, Jefferson County Chair
  15. Eddie Lewis, Jefferson County Vice Chair
  16. David Hicks, Jefferson County Assistant Vice Chair (720) 643-8467
  17. Aidan King, Larimer County Chair
  18. Joshua Merriman, Mesa County Chair
  19. Ray Roman, Pueblo County Chair
  20. John Clavel, Rio Grande County Chair
  21. Darren Danke, Yuma County Chair

This Post Has 4 Comments

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    Matthew Turner

    Hey guys! I love the concept of this party and would like to learn more / get involved. There is a mainstream canidate running on your slogan “Not left, not right, but forward.” His name is Andrew Yang! I wonder if Yang would ever be interested in being a member of this party in the future.

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    Eric neuman

    Another question,

    What is difference between unity party and independent party.

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    Mr. Neuman,

    Look at the stats on that page more carefully > we’ve never claimed to have millions of voters in Colorado.

    Also, I believe you’re referring to “Unaffiliated” voters in Colorado. We’re a full-fledged organization. There are “Independent” parties in numerous States (typically so named to mislead voters intending to not be affiliated with any party), but in Colorado and most other states “Independent” refers to “Unaffiliated” or otherwise-designated voters who have no party affiliation.

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