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2020 Colorado Election

Last Day to Register to Vote: On October 26 for online and by mail; on Election Day for in-person

Early In-Person Voting: Begins October 26; ends November 2

Automatic Absentee Ballot: Absentee ballots are automatically sent to registered voters.

Excuse to Vote By Mail? None needed

Voter ID Required? Yes

2020 SENATE RACE

JOHN HICKENLOOPER (D), Challenger

As mayor of Denver (2003–2011) and governor of Colorado (2011–2019), Hickenlooper demonstrated a record of supporting access to sexual and reproductive health.

I have signed the personhood petition. I have taken the petitions to my church and circulating them to my church. And I have a legislative record that backs up my support for life.

John Hickenlooper, May 30, 2019

Source: Twitter
Photo credit: Gage Skidmore, Flickr

CORY GARDNER (R), Incumbent

Gardner has voted to block patients who use public health-care programs from accessing care at Planned Parenthood — and to ban safe, legal access to abortion.

I have signed the personhood petition. I have taken the petitions to my church and circulating them to my church. And I have a legislative record that backs up my support for life.

Cory Gardner, Feb. 14, 2010

Source: YouTube

Gardner has repeatedly joined efforts by the Trump-Pence administration to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) — jeopardizing health coverage for nearly 600,000 Coloradans. During the ultimately failed 2017 effort to repeal the ACA, Gardner reportedly told Republican colleagues that “donors are furious” because he and fellow senators “haven’t kept our promise” to undermine access to health care for millions.

Every 2017 proposal to repeal the ACA would have blocked patients who rely on public health care programs from accessing care at Planned Parenthood health centers. Gardner voted four times that year alone to block access to the birth control, STI testing and treatment, and cancer screenings that Planned Parenthood provides. The following year, Gardner voted to confirm Justice Brett Kavanaugh — who before his Supreme Court nomination had a long record of ruling to limit access to safe, legal abortion.

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