Given current demographics, there should be four members of the Asian-American and Pacific Islander (or AAPI) community in the Legislature, yet now we have zero! We’re working to change that. Almost a year ago, Colorado 50-50 brought together a group of volunteers specifically interested in seeing more AAPI women in elected office.
Please join us on Saturday, July 17, 10 AM – 12 PM at our Summer Social where you will meet other fabulous people who are interested in promoting AAPI women in leadership!
We will be having coffee and donuts at Quail Creek Park pavilion, 2300 W. 138th Ave., in Broomfield. Suggested $10 donation to cover event costs.
We’re excited to be joined by speakers:
* former State Senate President Stan Matsunaka
* Erie Town Councilor Sara Loflin
* Thornton City Council candidate Kate Miya
Special guests include:
* Broomfield Interim Mayor Guyleen Castriotta
* Broomfield City Councilor Laurie Anderson
Have fun discussing politics and policy. Meet women elected officials and candidates. Bring your checkbook in case you meet some you would like to support financially. Get connected with people working on campaigns, hear what campaigns are like, and discover volunteer opportunities.
An RSVP via Eventbrite would be greatly appreciated so we order the right number of donuts. Come hang out with us!