Morgan Carroll

Morgan Carroll DEMDemocrat

American politician

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Morgan CarrollDEMDemocrat American politician
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Morgan Lenore Carroll (born November 24, 1971) is an American politician from Colorado and is currently the Chairwoman of the Colorado Democratic Party. A Democrat, Carroll represented Colorado House District 36 in the city of Aurora from 2004 to 2008, and she represented the state's 29th Senate district from 2009 to 2017. Carroll served as President of the Colorado State Senate from 2013 to 2014 and as minority leader in 2015. Carroll stepped down as minority leader in July 2015 to unsuccessfully run against incumbent Republican Mike Coffman for Colorado's 6th congressional district in the U.S. House of Representatives. In addition to her legislative work, Carroll works for the law firm of Bachus & Schanker.

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Campaign Funding

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$1,050
Total Raised
$27,009
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Cash on Hand
Financial Data Source: Center for Responsive Politics
Education4 - 4 of 2
University of Colorado School of Law
JD
1998 - 2000
University of Colorado, Denver
BA Psychology
1991 - 1996
Past Positions1 - 17 of 17
Senator
Colorado State Senate
2008 - 2017
President
Colorado State Senate
2013 - 2015
Majority Caucus Chair
Colorado State Senate
2010 - 2012
Representative
Colorado State House of Representatives
2004 - 2008
Precinct Chair
Democratic Party
2004
Former Majority Caucus Chair
Colorado State House of Representatives
Former Minority Leader
Colorado State Senate
Author
Current
Attorney
Bachus & Schanker, Limited Liability Company
2013 - Current
Attorney
Sawaya Law Firm
2011 - 2012
Attorney
Bradley and Carroll, Professional Company
2000 - 2010
Paralegal
Rebecca L. Bradley, Professional Company
1992 - 2000
Manager
Amoco
1991
Manager
Blockbuster Video
1990
Attorney
Civil and Consumer Rights
Dancer
Boulder Performing Arts Company
Teacher
Boulder Performing Arts Company
Other Experience1 - 25 of 25
Member
Board of Governors, American Trial Lawyers Association
2002 - 2005
Member
Colorado Women's Bar Association
2004
Member
Board of Directors, Colorado Trial Lawyers Association
2001 - 2004
Vice President
Workers Compensation Education Association
2002 - 2004
Class President
Student Government, University of Colorado School of Law
1999 - 2000
Member
Colorado Bar Association
2000
Member
Amnesty International, present
Co-Founder
International Ethics Society, present
Former Class President
University of Colorado School of Law
Former Teacher
Hebrew, Har Ha Shem, Boulder
Former Vice President
Young Democrats, Auraria Campus
Hebrew Teacher
Har Ha Shem, present
Member
American Civil Liberties Union, present
Member
Together with Wildlife, present
Member
Citizen Lobby for Patients Bill of Rights, present
Member
National Conference of State Legislatures Future Health Care Leaders, present
Member
Fourth World Center, present
Member
Southern Poverty Law Center, present
Member
Legal Aid, present
Member
Aurora Chamber of Commerce, present
Volunteer
Get Out The Vote Efforts with Jesse Jackson, present
Member
Work Force Development Council, State Workforce Investment Systems
Former Chair
Judiciary Committee, Colorado State Senate
Former Member
Legal Services Committee, Colorado State Senate
Member
Commission on Health Mandates