Governor’s Advocate Office

Where to start? That’s the question many citizens have when needing to deal with Colorado state government. Our library can help with information needs; however, many citizens don’t know about the Governor’s Advocate Office for people having issues or concerns with Colorado state government. This office was created by Executive Order in 1993.

Go to the Governor’s Advocate Office website to see what kinds of complaints they handle, and review their list of referrals for those problems they cannot help you with.

An email link to the Advocate Office is on their site, through which you make your initial contact. Your concern will then be forwarded to designated advocate personnel in the appropriate state agencies.

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