Yadira Caraveo Ranked Least Bipartisan by Colorado Politics

By Matt Connelly
Yadira Caraveo Ranked Least Bipartisan by Colorado Politics

Rep. Yadira Carvaeo – a Democratic state lawmaker and congressional candidate in Congressional District 8 – was ranked the least bipartisan lawmaker by Colorado Politics on a new list ranking lawmakers by the bills they sponsored this previous legislative session. 

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Least bipartisan sponsorship by percentage: 

This is the most evenly party split category of the lot, with some Democrats and Republicans alike unwilling to partner with the opposing party. First, second and third on this list were all also featured on the list for least bills passed by number. 

First: Rep. Yadira Caraveo, D-Thornton — 0% of 6 introduced bills

Second and third (tie): Rep. Stephanie Luck, R-Penrose, and Rep. Ron Hanks, R-Cañon City — 0% of 4 bills 

Fourth: Rep. Jennifer Bacon, D-Denver — 11% of 19 bills

Fifth: Rep. Iman Jodeh, D-Aurora — 13% of 8 bills


About the Author:

Matt Connelly is the founder of Campfire Colorado and Campfire Media. Tyler Allcorn is a client of Campfire Media.