Politics are always changing – every four years, every two years, every day. This is no truer than in Colorado. From term limits to substantial campaign finance reforms, the old adage rings true: the only thing constant is change.

Throughout the years, Brandeberry-McKenna Public Affairs has successfully navigated this environment with integrity, hard work and honest communication.

We deal with the most complex and competitive issues of the legislature and we are focused on results. Results that strengthen your organization and create a lasting positive presence in the Capitol and throughout the State.

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For almost two decades, Brandeberry McKenna Public Affairs (BBMK) has successfully navigated the Colorado legislative and political environments.

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Colorado Legislative Updates

BBMK Recent Activities

Colorado March Revenue Forecast

Posted by Megan Wagner on Mar 18, 2022

Legislative Council Staff and the Office of State Planning and Budgeting presented their March revenue forecasts to the Joint Budget Committee on March 17, 2022. Both forecasts expect revenues to exceed the TABOR Cap throughout the forecast period. Continued savings...

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December Revenue Forecast

Posted by Megan Wagner on Dec 30, 2021

The headline from today’s revenue forecasts presented by Legislative Council Staff (LCS) and the Governor’s Office of State Planning and Budgeting (OSPB) is: General Fund revenue is increasing but because of the TABOR Cap revenue will remain consistent. In short,...

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September Revenue Forecast

Posted by Megan Wagner on Sep 24, 2021

The beginning of the 2022-23 budget cycle began on September 21, 2021 with the September Revenue Forecast presentations from Legislative Council Staff (LCS) and the Office of State Planning and Budgeting (OSPB). Both forecasts highlighted excess revenue in fiscal...

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