Meet our CandidatesWe need your help to take on both political parties! One donation will directly support our entire slate of common-sense, independent candidates for Colorado.
Over the last year, Unite Colorado has spoken with hundreds of leaders about running for office as independents. Ultimately, we’ve chosen to endorse those who we believe: have strong character and integrity, are aligned with our principles and approach to governance, and have a viable path to victory.
Each of our endorsed candidates has signed the Declaration of Independents, pledging to put the people before the political parties and special interests.
Steve Peterson, Senate District 30Steve is a native Coloradoan who has spent the last 19 years flying around the globe as a strategy consultant. In that time, Steve has consulted for most of the major American airlines, most recently managing merger integration between two large logistic service providers. Sign now to show your support for Steve Peterson.
Maile Foster, House District 18Maile moved to Colorado Springs in 2000 and has been improving the lives of people around her ever since. After working for IBM for over 20 years, she transitioned to financial planning in 1995. She has since created a successful small business, is a board member for Reach Pikes Peak and is the former president of the Colorado Springs Rotary. Sign now to show your support for Maile Foster.
Eric Montoya, House District 31Eric is a lifelong Coloradan and a member of the Thornton City Council. A single father, he helps direct his family’s local small business. On City Council, he has helped advance responsible economic development, smart growth, and enact public safety measures that benefit the hardworking people of Adams County. Sign now to show your support for Eric Montoya.
Jay Geyer, House District 33Jay is a husband, father, and military veteran. As a Sergeant in the United States Army, Jay learned the importance of putting country and people before a political party – values that will serve him well in the Colorado General Assembly. He currently teaches ethics and environmental justice at the University of Colorado Boulder. Sign now to show your support for Jay Geyer.