Senator Steve Fenberg | Good Riddance, 2020 (Oh, and Happy Holidays!)
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Good Riddance, 2020 (Oh, and Happy Holidays!)

28 Dec Good Riddance, 2020 (Oh, and Happy Holidays!)


It’s been quite a year. Let’s hope 2021 looks nothing like 2020. Luckily there is some good news: vaccines are starting to flow, a federal relief package has passed, and state financial assistance from our Special Session is beginning to become available to those who really need it.

In these final days of 2020, I hope you get to relax, take a deep breath, and reflect on all that our state and country have been through. Too many of us have lost loved ones and our economy seems to be getting more and more inequitable by the day. We have a lot of work to do to build a Colorado that is even better than before this crisis descended upon us.

However, with an expanded majority in the Colorado Senate, the amazing resilience of our communities, and the ingenuity of Colorado’s people, I’m genuinely hopeful that Colorado’s best days are still ahead.

I’m closing out 2020 with one final Town Hall. Congressman Joe Neguse, Rep. Edie Hooton, and Rep. Elect Judy Amabile will join me to reflect on 2020, review what’s in the federal relief package, and look forward to 2021. I hope you’ll join us¬†Tuesday, December 29th at 4:00pm. Have a question you’d like answered? Please submit it through this form.



In November, the Colorado Legislature passed several bills to provide millions of dollars in relief to Colorado families & businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Help is now available. Find assistance here.

I’m looking forward to sharing more about the Democratic Majority’s 2021 priorities in the coming weeks. Until then, from my family to yours, best wishes for a wonderful holiday season and a very happy New Year!