Plan to Attend Citizen Lobbyist Training
Hosted by Colorado Senior Lobby

Have you ever thought about how laws are really made, how positions on public policy are refined? Attend Citizen Lobbying Training on Oct. 22, 2018.

Being a Citizen Lobbyist is really very simple – let us show you how.

View Event Flyer – CLICK HERE

Register Online – CLICK HERE

Details about the Event:

Most people think that the only way to be politically engaged is to vote or run for office. These are important, but if want to really be in a position to inform and educate your legislators, and to advocate for issues important to you: we will show you the way.

When: Monday, October 22, 2018 – 9:30AM – 11:30
Where: Legislative Services Building – Room LSB-B*
Address: 200 East 14th Avenue, Denver, CO 80203
THIS IS THE BUILDING SOUTH OF THE CAPITOL

As an individual citizen, your elected officials depend on you to provide input, to inform and educate them on issues of importance to you. Every legislator wants to do a good job, and to do good. If you ask them, they will all tell you they want your help – and maybe you did not vote for that particular official – it does not matter. We’ll show you how to help them most effectively.

Presenters include:
Jeanette Hensley – Colorado Senior Lobby Co-Chairman of Legislative Committee & Board Member, Capitol Gang Advocate/Citizen Lobbyist

Hon. Anne McGihon – Attorney – McGihon and Associates, Colorado State
Representative (Retired)

Rich Mauro – Colorado Senior Lobby Co-Chairman of Legislative Committee & Board Member, Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG)


The Citizen Lobbyist Training covers:

  • Review the Colorado General Assembly
  • General Assembly Committee Structure
  • Legislative Legal Services and what they do
  • How a Bill becomes Law
  • How to effectively communicate with legislators and staff
  • Procedures for testifying at committee hearings (hint – show up)
  • Guidelines for Citizen Lobbyists
  • The CSL Capitol Gang – a gang for good
  • Individual Citizen Lobbyist Advocacy
  • CSL Legislative Committee Meetings – what happens there.

Getting to the Capitol and the Legislative Services Building 

There is convenient parking just east of the Capitol. Access the lot from Grant St when heading south or from Logan if you are heading north. Denver RTD has many trains and buses that will get you downtown. Check the RTD website: www.rtd-denver.com

Have questions? Call Bob Brocker at 720-353-3775 or send us an email

Register Online: tinyurl.com/training10-22-18