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A Fair Economy, Good Jobs, and Higher Wages:

Middle class wages have stagnated for decades. Meanwhile, the income of the wealthiest 1% of Americans has more than tripled.

When John was twelve years old, his mom and dad loaded up their possessions and their five kids into the family Vista Cruiser and drove west, seeking opportunity. Like so many people before them, and so many people today, John’s family believed in the fundamental promise of American life, especially American life in the West: that anyone can work hard, get a good education, a good job, and create a good life for themselves and their children.

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Today, many Americans, and many Coloradans, have doubts about that fundamental promise. Middle class wages have stagnated for decades, and Coloradans, even Coloradans in the middle of their careers, are working multiple jobs to stay afloat. Meanwhile, the income of the wealthiest 1% of Americans has more than tripled, and Donald Trump and Cory Gardner have just given massive tax breaks to billionaires and huge corporations.



As President Obama’s chief federal prosecutor in Colorado, John fought for working Americans by standing up to corporate bullies and bad actors. Giant investment banks like Citibank, J.P. Morgan, and Wells Fargo committed grave misconduct that cost millions of Americans their homes, retirements, and jobs. John was in charge of the national group of prosecutors that worked to hold those banks accountable. They won tens of billions of dollars in damages for the American taxpayer. Right here in Colorado, John won the largest financial penalty in Colorado history in a case against Citibank.

As Colorado’s next U.S. Senator, John will work to make sure that our economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top:

Who is John Walsh?

John Walsh was President Obama’s U.S. Attorney for Colorado. He successfully sued Wall Street banks and big pharmaceutical companies and held them accountable for hurting Colorado families. He is running for the U.S. Senate to stand up to wealthy special interests, big corporations and Donald Trump.

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