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Flipping CO-4 in June, Keeping it by Beating Boebert in November

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Two Elections, One Ballot

CD4 Rep. Ken Buck left Congress before his term ended.

The special election to fill his seat is on June 25th, and Trisha Calvarese is the Democratic Nominee.

But that's not the only election Trisha is running in.

When Rep. Lauren Boebert decided to ditch her district to run in CO-4, Trisha knew it was time to step up and run to serve the community that raised her.

Trisha is running in the June special election, and the Democratic Primary — One ballot, two elections.

That means, with your help, we can defeat Greg Lopez and win a House seat in June, and keep this seat by defeating Lauren Boebert as the Incumbent in November.

We’re grateful for your donations!

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I'm a Colorado native who grew up in Sterling and Highlands Ranch. I was working in Washington, D.C. when my parents got sick. Thanks to my union, I was able to return home last fall to provide end-of-life care. Now, I'm running for Congress to restore abortion rights, defend Social Security and Medicare and to make Colorado a world leader in renewable energy and climate technology.

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Rocky Mountain News

2003 Throwback. Jay Calvarese hands a box of Play-Doh to daughter Trish, 17, Thursday at their Highlands Ranch home. Trish's Holiday Stars project has collected 1,000 toys to be donated to battered women's shelters and others in need.

Latest Campaign Developments

So much is happening. We'll keep you posted here.

News Article

Republican Greg Lopez skips debate in Eastern Plains congressional contest

From the Denver Post Republican Greg Lopez skips debate in Eastern Plains congressional contest

“I didn’t mean to debate him so hard to scare him,” Trisha told The Denver Post after the debate.


News Article

Trisha Calvarese within striking distance of Lauren Boebert, Colorado Democrat's internal poll shows

From Colorado Politics Boebert's current position in the new district reflects her high unfavorable scores, said Keating, noting that his polling found she's deeply underwater, particularly with the district's unaffiliated voters.


Video Interview

Democrat Trisha Calvarese speaks about her campaign points with CBS Colorado