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October 10, 2022 11:22 AM UTC

Tell Joe O'Dea: let the victims speak

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  • by: ProgressNow Colorado

Last week, ProgressNow Colorado held a press conference in front of the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment in downtown Denver with a long list of cases from injured parties—more than 20 different parties—that have filed lawsuits against O’Dea’s company Concrete Express.

We’re calling on Republican U.S. Senate Candidate Joe O’Dea to release any victims and injured parties involved in litigation against O’Dea who are either under Non-Disclosure Agreements or are too scared to share their stories.

Sign our petition demanding that Joe O’Dea immediately release everyone who may be prohibited from talking publicly due to their NDAs and settlement agreements.

Joe O’Dea’s concrete company has been fined by the Department of Labor for repeated health and safety violations, including creating an unsafe working environment that led to a roof collapse injuring 13 of his employees. A former human resources employee at Concrete Express alleged that management at the company concluded that ‘old guys were a liability’ and that the company ‘need(ed) to get rid of these old sick people’ to bring down insurance costs. [1]

Joe O’Dea’s entire case for running for office is based on his concrete pouring business, where it’s clear now that O’Dea put profits over the health and safety of his employees. It gets worse: while mistreating his own employees, O’Dea received almost $3 million in federal Paycheck Protection Program funds to meet his payroll obligations during the pandemic. O’Dea never missed the chance to enrich himself, but injured and aging workers at Concrete Express got a raw deal.

Sign our petition demanding Joe O’Dea let CEI’s injured parties tell their stories.

When the stakes are this high the public has the right to full disclosure, and O’Dea should not be allowed to silence his critics.

Thank you for your help holding Joe O’Dea accountable.

Sara Loflin, Executive Director

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2 thoughts on “Tell Joe O’Dea: let the victims speak

  1. Gardner went to work earlier this year as chief political strategist for a cryptocurrency trade group.

    In case you wondered what old Sleazy Smile has been up to lately.

    ODear shared a podium with Cory Gardner and Tim ( no abortions after 20 weeks)Scott. The forum was “on education”.

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