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Huge Coalition Announces Intention to Defeat Measure 2F

NO on 2F: Keep Denver Housed has launched a community-led campaign to defeat measure 2F on Denver’s November ballot -- a referendum that would exacerbate the affordable housing crisis in Denver and take away the option for hard working nurses, teachers and others to share their housing costs.

We are excited to announce the large coalition of organizations, elected officials and community leaders that have come together to send the message that Denver voters should vote NO on 2F because Denver can’t afford to take away options for adults to share housing, especially as people are struggling to recover from the pandemic.


If the ballot measure passes it would repeal Denver’s Group Living Ordinance, which would have a significant and harmful impact and limit affordable housing options in Denver. All Denver residents, no matter what we look like, where we come from deserve a safe place to call home.


The following organizations, elected officials and local leaders are the first to endorse No on 2F: Keep Denver Housed.


All In Denver

B-Konnected.LLC

Baker Historic Neighborhood Association

Chaffee Park Neighborhood Association

CIRC

Colorado Coalition for the Homeless

Colorado Coalition of Manufactured Home Owners

Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition

Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition

Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association

Colorado Village Collaborative

Clayton United RNO

Denver Metro Association of Realtors

Denver Streets Partnership

East Colfax Community Collective

Enterprise Community Partners

Eviction Defense Project

Fax Partnership

Healthier CO

Homeless Leadership Council

Love UpRising

Mental Health Center of Denver

Mile High Connects

Mile High Ministries

Mothers Advocating for Affordable Housing

NAACP

Neighborhood Development Collaborative

One Colorado

Our Front Porch

RedLine Contemporary Art Center

Rodfei Tzedek, social justice team of Congregation Rodef Shalom

Shorter Community AME Church

Together Colorado

Urban Peak

Warm Cookies of the Revolution

Working Families Party

YIMBY Denver

Young Aspiring Americans for Social and Political Activism (YAASPA)

Young Invincibles

Denver City Council Member Amanda Sandoval

Denver City Council Member Candi C deBaca

Denver City Council Member Chris Hinds

Denver City Council Member Debbie Ortega

Denver City Council Member Jamie Torres

Denver City Council Member Jolon Clark

Denver City Council Member Kendra Black

Denver City Council Member Paul Kashmann

Denver City Council Member Robin Kneich

Denver City Council Member Stacie Gillmore

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock

Colorado State Speaker of the House Alec Garnett

Colorado State Representative Emily Sirota

Colorado State Representative Jennifer Bacon

Colorado State Representative Serena Gonzales-Guitierrez

Colorado State Representative Steven Woodrow

Colorado State Representative Susan Lontine

Colorado State Senator Chris Hansen

Colorado State Senator Julie Gonzalez

RTD Director Paul Rosenthal

Former Colorado State Senator Dr. Irene Aguilar

Tim Sandos

Britta Fisher, Denver Chief Housing Officer

Don Mares

Laura E. Aldrete

Anna De Witt, Teacher

Bruce Hoyt

Jeff Shoemaker

Jamie Sarche

Gloria Neal





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