This mailer from Republican super PAC Senate Majority Fund says Democratic state Rep. Brittany Pettersen is out of touch with Colorado families. Pettersen is running against Republican Tony Sanchez for an open seat centered in Lakewood and south Jefferson County.
Danielson was among many Democratic co-sponors of a 2017 measure to prevent the state and local government from providing the federal government with information about a Colorado resident's race, ethnicity, national origin, immigration status or religious affiliation. It also would have prohibited holding a person for more than 48 hours or detaining them because of such characteristics. The bill died in the state Senate.
Her vote against a budget amendment to increase funding for schools. The measure would have taken money away from Medicaid reimbursments or the state employee pension program, according to the Denver Post.
About the messenger: The Senate Majority Fund is a state-level super PAC that supports Republican candidates for Colorado's state Senate and opposes Democratic candidates.
The messenger's money: The group has raised about $2 million since Jan. 1, 2017, including $200,000 from Noble Energy, $77,200 from Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America, $64,000 from the Colorado Apartment Association, $45,000 from The Anschutz Corp. and $35,000 from Encana Oil & Gas,