About FroeforCo

Meg Froelich is a Candidate for Colorado's State House, District 3. She has served her community as a two term Councilperson on Greenwood Village City Council, as a parent volunteer for Littleton Public Schools as an Executive Director of the House Majority Project and Colorado Institute for Leadership Training. She has worked at NARAL Pro Choice Colorado as Interim Executive Director and as a Board Member. Meg is the Co-Producer of the upcoming documentary film, Strong Sisters which tells the unique and important story of Colorado's Elected Women.

Strong Sisters Sets Premiere Date

Produced, written and directed by Laura Hoeppner and Meg Froelich,  Strong Sisters tells the unique and fascinating story of Colorado’s elected women from 1893 – when we elected three women to the State House – to the present where we lead the nation in percentage of women in the Legislature.

Strong Sisters asks the questions Why Colorado? What difference does it make to have women in office? and finally, Why has Colorado not yet had a female US Senator, Governor, nor Mayor of Denver?

Strong Sisters interviewed over 70 elected women and several historians, journalists and academics.

Tickets for the March 6 Premiere are available at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/strong-sisters-premiere-tickets-20929990164.

And here’s a teaser “Mentors.”



Emily’s List Endorses Meg Froelich for Colorado House


Date 1/20/15

Contact: Meg Froelich, (720)570-6337 meg@froeforco.com

Kulsoom Jafri, (202)419-1056, kjafri@emilyslist.org



EMILY’s List Endorses Meg Froelich for Colorado House District 3

Three million member group to lend communications and financial support



GREENWOOD VILLAGE, COLO. – Longtime Arapahoe County leader Meg Froelich was endorsed today by EMILY’s List in her campaign for Colorado House District 3 including Cherry Hills, Englewood, Greenwood Village and Sheridan. EMILY’s List is the nation’s largest resource for women in politics.


Meg Froelich has proven that she will be a strong advocate and strategic leader for the district through her work as Greenwood City councilwoman and NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado board member and interim executive director,” said Lucinda Guinn, EMILY’s List Vice President of Campaigns. “The EMILY’s List community is delighted to devote our resources to elect Meg, a strong supporter of gender equality, women’s reproductive rights, and health care for all.”


EMILY’s List works to elect pro-choice Democratic women to national, state and local office so families in Colorado and across the nation can benefit from the open-minded, productive contributions that women have consistently made in office. EMILY’s List began in 1985 and elected Barbara Mikulski in 1986 as the first woman US Senator in her own right. With three million members, the organization has helped elect more than 800 women to elected office.


“I’ve lived, worked, and raised kids in Arapahoe County for many years, and I’ve seen the struggles and needs of the families here, especially working women. As a longtime advocate for equal pay for equal work, paid sick leave and reproductive rights, I’m honored to have the support of EMILY’s List in my race for House District 3,” said candidate Meg Froelich. “These are woman’s issues and family issues – core values of fairness and opportunity we share as Coloradans. We need an economy that works for everyone, including a diverse district like this one. And as the representative for the families in HD3, I will fight to make that happen.”



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