Colorado NORML endorses Patrick Thibault for Denver City Council District 8

March 06, 2019

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Colorado NORML endorses Patrick Thibault for Denver City Council District 8

Denver, Colorado
: The Colorado NORML organization officially endorses Patrick Thibault for Denver City Council District 8.

Patrick is a proud fourth generation resident of East Denver. From an early age his awareness for the issues and engagement in the community began. Most importantly he understands the value of utilizing his voice and actions to strengthen others. His passion for community has led him down a pathway of service. Early in his career as a recruiter for the Community College of Denver he worked to help students explore career pathways and higher education.


As Chief of Staff/Policy director for both a State Senator and Representative in the Colorado General Assembly, he has directly worked on policy in areas that are not only important to Denver, but the State of Colorado as a whole. As grassroots advocate he has worked to organize communities and provide programming for communities to engage with their elected officials and important issues.


Patrick was elected to the Denver NAACP’s executive committee, where he’s served as the Political Action Chair for the past five years to ensure that communities of color have a strong voice during the legislative process.



“I will work for reasonable regulations to ensure Denver can stay at the forefront of innovation for Cannabis entrepreneurialism and drug reform policy.” -Patrick Thibault



“Our organization and its board are proud to support and endorse Patrick Thibault's campaign for Denver City Council District 8. Patrick will help strengthen the voices of the community he's representing by bringing everyone to the table seeking goals and creating a vision for sustainable change.” CoNORML executive director Ashley Weber.

“He is a proponent of the industry and recognizes the overall positive benefits the cannabis community has on Colorado's economic, consumer, and social issues.”


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