Jessie For State Senate

Thank you for visiting my website! I am running to be your state senator because I want your state government to be focused on creating opportunities for hardworking Coloradans.

As a state representative since 2015, I have worked to protect our local public schools, level the playing field for Coloradans working to get ahead, and create better protections for vulnerable seniors.

Access to a good education is critical for every Colorado family to be able to create a bright future—and that is how we will build a better Colorado that can compete in a 21st Century global economy.

I will remain committed to protecting the quality of life that makes Colorado a special place to live. I believe a clean drink of water, and a safe and healthy environment, is every citizen’s birthright.

As Colorado’s economic recovery continues, we need to work together to make sure we are investing taxpayer dollars in creating good-paying jobs right here in Colorado.

I work for you. Please do not hesitate to get in touch to share your ideas about how we can make state government work better. Working together is how we will build a brighter future for Colorado.



We Believe in Jessie Danielson


Fully Funding Jeffco county Public Schools

Jessie successfully fought for more than $1 billion in increased funding for classrooms, better teacher pay and student safety.

Helping Veterans Get Jobs and college Degrees

Jessie has passed bills that are helping veterans convert their services skills into college credit or job certifications - saving vets money and helping them enter the workforce sooner. 


Fought the Politician Pay Raise 

When a majority of legislators voted to give themselves a 27% pay raise on the taxpayers' dime, Jessie voted "no."

Legalizing Rain Barrels

Jessie sponsored the bill that legalized rain barrels - a commonsense law that helps homeowners conserve more of Colorado's water.

I am running to be your state senator to help build a Colorado that works for everyone – by empowering hardworking Coloradans searching for the chance to succeed.
— Jessie Danielson