Mechanical Insulators LMCT Information for Colorado

Political Activism

Colorado State Information

The Mechanical Insulators Labor Management Cooperative Trust (LMCT) is looking to aid in information available to elected officials, Insulators Union Locals and members, contractors and the general public in Colorado.

Some of the information on this page may be outdated with the coronavirus global pandemic. Please contact any member of the Mechanical Insulators LMCT with any questions.

On this page, you will find information related to state specific legislation that deals with mechanical insulation and labor, Political Action Committee (PAC) guidelines and information for the state’s federally elected officials.

Colorado’s state capitol resides in Denver.

In Colorado there are two chambers The Senate and the House of Representatives. There are 35 Senators and 65 House members. Elections are held the first Tuesday after the the first Monday in November in even numbered years. House members are limited to four two year terms and Senators are limited to two 4 year terms. The requirements for both offices are the same. You must be a US citizen, a state resident for one year, a district member for one year and at least 25 years of age. The legislative session begins in January and lasts 120 calendar days.

Both chambers are controlled by the Democrats.


Bill Information

The following bills are active in the current Legislative Session and pertain to the Mechanical Insulation industry.



Colorado Energy Development.

Status: Introduced or Prefiled

‍Date of Last Action:* 3/29/2022

‍Author: CO Sen. Jerry Sonnenberg (R-CO-001), CO Sen. John Cooke (R-CO-013), CO Rep. Hugh McKean (R-CO-051), CO Rep. Richard Holtorf (R-CO-064)

‍Topics: Clean energy

‍Summary: WHEREAS, Efforts to delay the environmentally responsible development of oil and natural gas leasing on federal lands and waters deprive Americans of billions of dollars in revenue to federal, state, and local governments and diminish the vital support necessary for conservation programs throughout the country

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Fund Just Transition Coal Workforce Programs

Status: Enacted

‍Date of Last Action:* 3/7/2022

‍Author: CO Sen. Chris Hansen (D-CO-031), CO Rep. Leslie Herod (D-CO-008), CO Rep. Julie McCluskie (D-CO-061)

‍Topics: Labor Standards

‍Summary: Concerning adjustments to expenditures from funds dedicated to assisting those impacted by the transition to a clean energy economy, and, in connection therewith, making an appropriation.

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Green Hydrogen To Meet Pollution Reduction Goals

Status: Introduced or Prefiled

‍Date of Last Action:* 4/13/2022

‍Author: CO Rep. Donald Valdez (D-CO-062), CO Rep. Dan Woog (R-CO-063)

‍Topics: Clean energy

‍Summary: Concerning the use of green hydrogen to meet statewide greenhouse gas pollution reduction goals.

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Federal Elected Officials

House Representatives & Senators

House of Representatives

1st District:

(Since 1997)

Diana DeGette (D)

2nd District:

(Since 2019)

Joe Neguse (D)

3rd District:

(Since 2021)

Lauren Boebert (R)

4th District:

(Since 2015)

Ken Buck (R)

5th District:

(Since 2007)

Doug Lamborn (R)

6th District:

(Since 2019)

Jason Crow (D)

7th District:

(Since 2007)

Ed Perlmutter (D)


PAC Guidelines

Political Action Committee Campaign Finance Compliance Guidelines for Colorado. Please contact the LMCT with specific fund and contribution limit questions.

Political Action Committee Campaign Finance Compliance Guidelines for Colorado

Resident Agent Requirement? No.

Local Bank Requirement? No. 

What type of funds are allowed? Voluntary and Non-Voluntary. 

Registration and reporting requirements for Federal and Out-of-State PACs:

  • Out-of-state PACs are subject to the same requirements as in-state.
  • Any federal PACs that accept contributions or make expenditures of more than $200 to support or oppose the nomination or election of one or more Colorado candidates must register as a Colorado political committee with the appropriate office and file disclosure reports accordingly.
  • A federal PAC can satisfy its registration obligation by filing a copy of its federal statement of organization with the Colorado Secretary of State.
  • If a Federal PAC determines it must register a Colorado political committee,  the Federal PAC must: 
    • Identify contributions received by the Federal PAC used to support or  oppose candidates in Colorado; 
    • Use only contributions received within the source and limitation  requirements established in Colorado law;
    • Itemize contributions of $20 or more (either one time contributions or contributions greater than $20 in aggregate during a reporting period) and list the occupation and employer for any person who has made a
      contribution of $100 or more if the contributor is a natural person; and
    • Itemize expenditures of $20 or more.



Statewide Official: $575 (P) $575 (G)

Legislative Official: $2,425 (P) $2,425 (G)

Local Candidate: $2,425 (P) $2,425 (G)

PAC: n/a

Political Party: $3,650

Small Donor Committee

Statewide Official: $6,125 (P) $6,125 (G)

Legislative Official: $2,425 (P) $2,425 (G)

Local Candidate: $2,425 (P) $2,425 (G)

Political Party: $18,425


Statewide Official: Prohibited

Legislative Official: Prohibited

Local Candidate: Prohibited

Political Party: Prohibited