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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Our Team

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

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BBMK’s effective representation is based upon a wide variety of legislative and public affairs services.

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Colorado Legislative Updates

BBMK Recent Activities

December Revenue Forecast

Posted by Megan Wagner on Dec 19, 2019

BBMK monitored the 2019 December revenue forecasts by Legislative Council Staff (LCS) and the Office of State Planning and Budgeting (OSPB). Both forecasts continue to predict increased growth at a decreasing rate. The decreasing rate of growth can be attributed to low...

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Bills approved by Legislative Council

Posted by Megan Wagner on Nov 23, 2019

BBMK monitored the Legislative Council meeting on November 15, 2019. Committee members determined if interim committee bills fit under the respective committee’s charge. Below are the decisions as well as links to the bills as they will be introduced. Pension Review...

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Governor Polis released FY2020-21 budget Request

Posted by Megan Wagner on Nov 4, 2019

Governor Jared Polis released his budget request for the 2020-21 fiscal year to the Colorado General Assembly on November 1, 2019. Within this budget request, the Governor asks for a total of $34.5 billion of which he requests $13.8 billion General Fund, an increase of...

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