ACLU of Colorado commissioned a groundbreaking statewide poll of 1,223 likely voters in Colorado on which issues were most concerning to them and the top reasons they are casting a ballot this November. The poll, implemented by the African American Research Collaborative (AARC) on behalf of the ACLU focused particularly on the opinions of young Black and Latinx voters in Colorado.
Learn more about which issues are most concerning for Colorado voters and the top reasons why they are casting a ballot this November. The briefing will also delve into voters’ opinions on access to housing, cost of living, immigration, and criminal justice reform. Deborah Richardson, ACLU of Colorado Executive Director, will provide remarks on why the ACLU commissioned this poll and how it will inform the ACLU and partner organizations’ new multi-year plan to mobilize historically disenfranchised voters and build the next generation of leaders.