State Senator Morgan Carroll
Senate District 29

Putting Your
Interests Above Special Interests!

I am proud to represent Senate District 29 (Aurora and eastern Arapahoe County) at the Capitol. The people of Arapahoe County do not want political partisanship or special interests controlling government. Rather they have asked for real, bi-partisan or non-partisan solutions to the issues facing all of us. I am committed to doing just that.

It is my goal to represent everyone in our District, whether you are a Democrat, Republican, Independent or defy traditional labels. Please know you are all welcome to contact me any time.  I would love to hear from you and I look forward to meeting you and am honored to be your voice at the Capitol.

Morgan Carroll Signature

State study of military impacts has Buckley set for possible BRAC attack

“I think Buckley comes out looking particularly indispensable,” said state Sen. Morgan Carroll, D-Aurora, of the base’s portrait in the study. “But I don’t think we can take anything for granted. It’s just really uncertain in a larger national context.”

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Laying the foundation for the economy

Right now, the Colorado economy is working for the wealthy few, not for everyone. This session Senate Democrats fought against the widening disparity between the top 1 percent and everyone else who works hard, plays by the rules, but cannot get ahead

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Colorado's military impact tabbed at $27 billion annually, study finds

"We feel all of the Colorado installations are of critical economic and strategic value to Colorado and the United States," said state Sen. Morgan Carroll, who introduced the legislation. "We are very concerned in terms of potential BRAC closures. I think it is no longer safe to assume these important missions speak for themselves."

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OCC gets new life, but loses voice in telecom cases

“We’re about to do a wrong thing here tonight that will actually hurt people and cost them money,” Senate Minority Leader Morgan Carroll said.

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The debate over continuing the Office of Consumer Counsel won't be decided until the final day of the state's annual legislative session.

"The office helps regular people lobby before government," said Carroll. "This enables regular citizens to push back."

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