Colorado Capital Conference

DATE CHANGE: 2019 Colorado Capital Conference is June 18-20, 2019 (not June 5-7)

The Colorado Capital Conference is doing its part to honor the 75th Anniversary of D-Day in 2019.  

To demonstrate reverence for one of the nation’s most significant historical moments, the conference partners have decided to re-schedule your visit to Washington D.C.  for June 18-20. This decision will allow Colorado’s members of Congress to devote their full attention to honoring the nation’s World War II veterans who deserve nothing less.

What can you expect with the new conference dates?  

The same dynamic, once-in-a-lifetime agenda you’ve come to expect from one of the nation’s premier civic engagement events –the Colorado Capital Conference.

The best news is that your existing applications will carry forward without any additional steps on your end. Simply change the dates in your calendar and you’ll be set for what may be the best Colorado Capital Conference yet!

Colorado has a rich history of civic engagement at the local, state and federal levels. Leaders throughout our state understand that western issues are unique and oftentimes wonder what they can do to affect policy or assist our elected representatives with advancing Colorado's agenda in Washington, D.C. Former Senator Tim Wirth -- and Senator Wayne Allard after him -- recognized the value in partnering with an institution of higher education in Colorado to host an annual, non-partisan conference in Washington, D.C. for leaders and college students to learn more about our form of government.

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The Colorado Capital Conference is a unique opportunity for Colorado residents to interact with the nation's leaders in Washington, D.C. In an ever-changing political environment, the Colorado Capital Conference provides key insights into how the U.S. Government works. The conference is designed to give participants an enhanced understanding of the federal legislative process, as well as how to positively effect public policy.