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Representative Brandi Bradley's Bi-weekly Newsletter, your Capitol Connection!

Colorado House Representative Brandi Bradley

Dear District 39 Residents,

I hope this message finds you in good health and spirits. As your representative, it is my duty to keep you informed about the legislative happenings under the Capitol dome. In this edition of The Bradley Bulletin, we delve into the recent defeat of a critical bill, HB24-1092, aimed at combating human trafficking and protecting our children from exploitation.

Legislative Battle Report: HB24-1092

In the previous newsletter, I shared our efforts to push forward HB24-1092, a bill crucial for combating human trafficking, especially child exploitation. With bipartisan support and not a single lobbying firm opposing it, we faced unexpected challenges. On the Monday before the committee, Democrat leadership tried to remove Rep. English(D) from the bill, citing potential death threats. Despite these obstacles, we faced the "Kill" Committee, where leadership sends conservative bills to die with the intention to impose a minimum 4-year sentence for buyers of children in Colorado. Astonishingly, these crimes are probation-eligible, even though in California, they warrant a 25-year sentence.

Despite over 50 testimonies supporting HB24-1092 from trafficked and sexual assault survivors, Democrats voted it down 8-3. This clear rejection signals their prioritization of offenders over the safety of our children.

In her closing statements, Rep. Epps revealed a shocking stance, expressing concern for offenders facing potential abuse in jail!?! This prioritization of criminals over the victims, our children, is unacceptable.

One person who testified against this bill (a pro-sex worker) claimed that the legislation would be harmful to LGBTQ kids who get kicked out of their homes and need a way to make money by prostituting their bodies. This statement, made on the record, underscores the heartbreaking and complex challenges we face in advocating for the safety of our children.

Twitter Backlash and Accountability

Democrat Twitter trans Activist defend child predators

Since the defeat of the bill, Democrats and Twitter activists have expressed their anger. They've even gone so far as to threaten legal action against me for calling them out by name. I am within my First Amendment rights, expressing myself over how the 8 democrats voted. It's disheartening to witness their prioritization of offenders over the safety of our children. Ironically, Rep. Goodwin accuses me of inciting violence against those who voted against protecting trafficked children, yet these legislators would not stand against the predators who have violently assaulted children. To say this mama bear is mad is an understatement; I am appalled daily at what the Democrat party is doing to ruin our beautiful state.

In response, I spoke with Jeff & Bill on KNUS to share my perspective on what happened.

Your voice matters! If you feel passionate about holding these 8 legislators accountable, reach out to them directly. Let them know that prioritizing offenders over children is unacceptable.

  1. Rep. Steven Woodrow  303-866-2967

  2. Rep. Andrew Boesenecker  303-866-2917

  3. Rep. Kyle Brown  303-866-2920

  4. Rep. Elisabeth Epps  303-866-2911

  5. Rep. Jennifer Parenti  303-866-2924

  6. Rep. Naquetta Ricks  303-866-2944

  7. Rep. Manny Rutinel  303-866-2945

  8. Rep. Jenny Willford  303-866-2931

The Bradley Bulletin: Taking on the Tough Fight in Colorado


Colorado Capitol House Bill Legislation HB24-1092

Bradley’s Capitol Connection: 

School Safety, Foreign AG Ownership, and Pro-Life Bills to show up for:

1. Feb 28th - a School Safety Bill
  •    HB24-1123 -Funding for School Safety Firearm Detection Systems. (Learn More)

  •    10 AM Upon Adjournment. Location: Basement room 0107 - House Education.

Please consider attending to provide your testimony in support of employing technology utilized in schools to detect instances where a child brandishes a firearm promptly. Upon detection, the system triggers a real-time feed that instantaneously reaches the School Resource Officer (SRO) and law enforcement, providing them with precise location details and the identification of the individual involved. It's important to note that this program operates on an opt-in basis, and there is a grant program available for schools interested in implementing this advanced safety measure. I firmly believe that this bill holds the potential to mitigate gun violence in schools significantly, and I am honored to sponsor this crucial legislation.

2. March 4th - Foreign Ag Ownership & Pro-Life Bills
  • HB24-1029 - Foreign Ownership Ag & Natural Resources (Learn More)

  • HB24-1224 - Personhood of Living Unborn Human Child (Learn More)

  • 1:30 PM Location: Old State Library -- House State, Civic, Military, & Veterans Affairs.

These bills have been directed to the committee often referred to as the "Kill Committee." If these issues resonate strongly with you, I invite you to make an effort to attend. It's worth noting that this committee was involved in the previous dismissal of the trafficking bill. The discussion for both bills is slated for the same room, back-to-back, providing a convenient opportunity for you to present testimony for both. Your thoughtful engagement is highly valued, and your insights can contribute significantly to the deliberations on these important matters.

3. March 5th - Funeral Home Regulations
  • HB24-1254 - Sunset Regulation of Nontransplant Tissue Banks. (Learn More)

  • Upon Adjournment - Location: HCR 0112 -- House Health & Human Services.

  • Advocate for the regulation of funeral homes to prevent desecration of loved ones.


Join the Conversation

Follow me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, and join the discussion about these critical issues. Please talk to your friends and family who sit on the political fence about what the Dems did with HB24-1092. My website has articles to share on the MEDIA page. It's important to expose how the left wants to ruin our beautiful state. Your engagement matters, and together, we can make a difference.

Thank you for your continued support and commitment to our shared values. Contact me if you plan on visiting the Capitol to give testimony on any of the bills mentioned. I am here to help and am thankful for your participation!

Best regards,

Representative Brandi Bradley

Brandi Bradley

Your Representative for Colorado House District 39

Colorado House Democrats kill the bill against raping children



  • Writer's pictureRepresentative Brandi Bradley

Welcome to Representative Brandi Bradley's Bi-weekly Newsletter!

Colorado House Representative Brandi Bradley
Rep. Brandi Bradley Conservative Values, Strong Advocacy, and Community-Centered Leadership

Dear District 39 Residents,

I hope this message finds you well. I'm introducing The Bradley Bulletin, a biweekly update to inform you on legislative matters, ways to get involved, and my ongoing efforts to champion conservative values in Colorado.

Additionally, I'm thrilled to share exciting news with you – our brand-new website is LIVE! This platform will serve as a hub for information and resources and a direct line of communication between us.

Be sure to visit to explore our newly designed website.

Here are some website highlights to look forward to as we continue to build the website to serve YOU better:

1. Legislation Hub: Stay informed about upcoming bills and their potential impact on our community.


2. Get Involved: Discover various ways to participate in the political process because your voice matters! Be sure to fill out our form for issues that matter most to you; when we have opportunities for you to get involved, we will let you know!

3. Conservative Values Corner: Under the ISSUES tab, learn more about the principles guiding my work as your representative.

Bradley’s Capitol Connection: Your BiWeekly Dose of Legislative Insights

Starting this month, you can expect Bradley's Bulletin in your inbox. Each issue will highlight various features like:

1. Legislation Spotlight: A breakdown of upcoming bills and their relevance to our community. Learn how you can voice your opinion and influence the decision-making process.

2. Get Involved Guide: Actionable steps for constituents to actively participate in civic engagement, town hall meetings, and community initiatives.

3. Upcoming Events: Keeping you informed about various events I will be involved with or attending, representing the 39th District.

I'm excited about the opportunities this new platform provides for us to connect and work together. I hope you enjoy the legislative updates and new website. Thank you for your ongoing support and trust. Together, we'll continue to uphold the values that make Colorado House District 39 a beacon of conservative principles.

Best regards,

Representative Brandi Bradley

Brandi Bradley

Your Representative for Colorado House District 39

PS. Be sure to check out my Legislative Spotlight below!!


Colorado Capitol House Bill Legislation HB24-1092

Minimum Sentence Crimes Against Prostituted Children

Concerning requiring a minimum period of incarceration for persons who commit actions against prostituted children.

SESSION: 2024 Regular Session

SUBJECT: Crimes, Corrections, & Enforcement

As your representative, it is my duty to advocate for the safety and well-being of our community. I want to bring your attention to an important legislative initiative that I am sponsoring - House Bill 24-1092.

The bill, scheduled for discussion in the State Affairs Committee on February 15th, addresses a critical issue in our state - the leniency surrounding crimes against prostituted children. Currently, many individuals responsible for soliciting prostitutes or pandering to children in Colorado escape with minimal consequences, often avoiding even probation.

House Bill 24-1092 aims to rectify this disparity by mandating a minimum period of incarceration for those convicted of crimes against prostituted children. Under the proposed legislation, individuals found guilty of such offenses will face a court-mandated sentence to the Department of Corrections for a term equal to at least the minimum of the presumptive range for their respective felony class.

For instance, the bill stipulates a minimum sentence of 4 years for crimes classified as class 3 felonies and a minimum of 8 years for pandering of a child, specifically in cases involving menacing or criminal intimidation.

Our goal is to ensure that justice is served and that the safety of our most vulnerable population is prioritized. It is imperative that we hold those who exploit and harm our children accountable for their actions. Comparable measures in other states, such as California, have demonstrated the effectiveness of imposing substantial sentences for such offenses, serving as a deterrent and safeguarding our communities.

Your support for House Bill 24-1092 is crucial in creating a safer environment for our children and sending a clear message that our community stands united against crimes targeting the most vulnerable among us.





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