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FAQ's


127 State Captiol

Denver, CO 80203

Phone

303-866-2885

800-283-7215

Fax

303-866-2003

 


 

Within the Governor’s Office, the Office of Constituent Services handles a variety of questions and concerns for constituents looking to navigate state government. The Office of Constituent Services can be reached at 303-866-2885. If we cannot take your call immediately, please leave a detailed message with your question or concern and we will return your call as soon as possible.

 

Q. Does the Office of Constituent Services help with unemployment claim issues?
A.
Yes. The Office Constituent Services accepts concerns from constituents about their unemployment claims. All cases are then referred to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment. The Unemployment Office can also be reached at 303-318-9000.
 

 

Q. Does the Office of Constituent Services help with Food Assistance Programs?
A.
Yes. If your issue cannot be solved through your local Colorado Department of Human Services Office, the Office of Constituent Services can take concerns with regards to Food Assistance Programs. Cases are referred to Colorado Department of Human Services. Their customer service number is 1-800-536-5298.

 

Q. Does the Office of Constituent Services help with Driver's License problems?
A.
Yes. All cases are referred to Department of Revenue for assistance. The Department of Revenue website is a valuable resource for driver’s license issues and can be found at www.colorado.gov/revenue. Additionally, they can be contacted over the phone at 303-866-4622.
 

 

Q. Does the Office of Constituent Services help with issues with Medicaid?
A.
Yes. The Office of Constituent Services does take concerns or questions regarding Medicaid. All cases are referred to the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Finance, who cover Medicaid. Their main office number is 303-866-2993. Further information can also be found on their website, www.colorado.gov/hcpf.

 

Q. Can the Governor sign a pardon or commutation for an individual?

Requests for executive clemency require specific criteria and applications. Information for pardons and commutations can be accessed through the Office of Executive Clemency, 303.763.2428 or at the Department of Corrections website: www.doc.state.co.us

 

Q. Can the Governor help with parole?
A.
All questions regarding parole should be directed to the Parole Board, who can be reached at 719-583-5800.
 

 

Q. Does the Governor’s Office assist with Child Support Enforcement problems?
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Yes. The Governor’s Office accepts written complaints about Child Support Enforcement and Family Support Registry.  While the Governor’s Office can accept complaints about Child Support Enforcement and Family Support Registry, all cases are referred to and handled by the Colorado Department of Human Services. The Child Support Office can be reached at 303-866-4300. The Family Support Registry can be reached at 303-299-9123. More information about both programs is accessible from the Department of Human Services website at: www.cdhs.state.co.us/
 

 

Q. Does the Governor’s Office accept complaints about Colorado Motorist Insurance Identification Program or Explore Information Services?
A.
Yes. The Governor’s Office accepts concerns about the Colorado Motorist Insurance Identification Program and Explore Information Services. All cases are referred to Department of Revenue for assistance. More information can be found at: www.colorado.gov/driveinsured.

 

Q. Can the Governor or the Office of Constituent Services help with any state tax related questions?
A.
Yes. The Office of Constituent Services takes questions and concerns regarding state taxes. Concerns are referred to the Colorado Department of Revenue for further assistance. The CDOR can be reached at 303-866-4622. 

 

Q. How do I see what bills and legislation are being discussed in the Colorado State Assembly?
A.
The State Assembly page is the home for all legislation being created and discussed. Additionally, it contains many resources and contact information for your state Representatives and Senators. Find them online at www.leg.state.co.us/.

 

Q. How do I find or contact my local representatives?
A.
The Colorado General Assembly website lists all state Senators and Representatives alphabetically and can be found at: www.leg.state.co.us/.
 

 

Q. How do I find information about my County?
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A county directory can be found at: www.colorado.gov/government/government/counties.html
 

 

Q. How do I see what bills and legislation are being discussed in the Colorado State Assembly?
A.
The State Assembly page is the home for all legislation being created and discussed. Additionally, it contains many resources that concern the legislative branch. www.leg.state.co.us/
 

 

Q. How do I find who my Congressional Representatives and Senators are? What is their contact information?
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Both www.house.gov andwww.senate.gov have search boxes on the top of their respective pages to locate your Congressional Officials. All members of Congress in the State of Colorado have multiple offices which makes it easy to get in contact with the office nearest you. The Denver Office contact information for Senators Udall and Bennet can be found below.

 

Senator Mark Udall

999 Eighteenth Street

Suite 1525, North Tower

Denver, CO 80202

Phone: 303-650-7820

Senator Michael Bennet

2300 Fifteenth Street

Suite 450

Denver, CO 80202

Phone: 303-455-7600

 

Q. How do I contact the White House or the President?
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The White House line to contact to express your opinion with the President of the United States is 202-456-1111. The TTY/TDD number is 202-456-6213. You can also write to the President with the following address:
 

The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500
(Please include your e-mail address)