Children's Hospital Colorado

Colorado Voter Guide

At Children’s Hospital Colorado, our mission is to improve the health of children through the provision of high quality, coordinated programs of education, patient care, research and advocacy. A lot is at stake for child health in the 2020 election this November, and we believe that the policymaking process is more responsive to kids’ needs when citizens are informed and active participants in our democracy. This educational voter guide focuses on the ballot issues and election information that we believe will have the biggest impact on child health for years to come.

Healthier kids through public policy

Our child health advocacy efforts rely on the strength of our Child Health Champions, a group of more than 11,000 patients and families, community members, healthcare professionals and business leaders, all working together to make a difference in children’s lives. We make it easy to write letters, make phone calls, share social media posts and speak up for kids’ health—so that lawmakers know that their constituents value child health.

Make your voice heard

As a non-profit, non-partisan organization, Children’s Colorado does not support or oppose political parties, political candidates or candidates for public office. We do endorse certain ballot measures in cases where child health will be affected. Children’s Colorado seeks to serve as an informational resource for our patients and families, team members and community members. 

Remember: How you vote is up to you. The most important thing is that you vote by November 3.

How to help kids in Colorado’s 2020 election

Do you know where the candidates stand on the most important kids’ health issues? Do they know your opinions and ideas? When candidates call you, knock on your door or hold town hall meetings, will you be ready to ask them the questions that count? We’ve provided a few suggested questions to ask the candidates who want your vote.

What's on Colorado's 2020 ballot?

Colorado voter resources

For more information on ballot measures and other election issues in 2020, check out the following resources.

Be a champion for children

Make a plan for how you’ll vote and commit to cast your ballot by November 3! Children are counting on you to speak up for them and vote in the election. Sign up to become a Child Health Champion today.

Note: Neither this information nor any related voter education activity at Children’s Hospital Colorado is intended to reflect an endorsement for, or opposition to, any candidate or political party.