Unite Colorado is the Colorado affiliate of Unite America, a left-of-center advocacy group supporting substantial changes to electoral systems including ranked-choice voting, changing the redistricting process, and eliminating the two-party political system.  In 2018, the group supported five Independent candidates for the Colorado State Legislature, all of who lost their election. 
In 2018, Unite Colorado, funded with $405,550 from the Unite America Election Fund, backed five unsuccessful Independent candidates for the Colorado State Legislature.  The candidates’ only common political goal was to change the current two-party system. The left-wing advocacy organization Progressnow Colorado criticized Unite Colorado for “setting up a third party that stands for nothing.” 
In 2018, a campaign finance complaint was filed against Unite America, along with its affiliated organizations Unite Colorado and the Unite America Election Fund. The complaint states that these groups did not follow Colorado’s political committee contribution limits, and were not transparent about their donors. None of the Unite organizations were registered as political committees, despite blatantly advocating for candidates. 
As of March 2020, the websites for Unite Colorado and Unite America made no mention of each other. 
Executive Director Terrance Carroll served from 2003 until 2011 as a Democratic member of the Colorado House of Representatives, serving as Speaker of the House in his final term. Carroll currently serves on the board of the Keystone Policy Center. 
Al White is a former Republican state legislator, having served in both houses of the Colorado Legislature. In 2016, White ran an unsuccessful Senate campaign as an Independent. White is the former director of the Colorado Tourism Office, and formerly served as senior adviser and lobbyist for the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade. 
Other members of the Steering Committee include Ben Reubenstein, former State Representative Cole Wist (R), former State Senator Jean White (R), Joshua Hunt, former Assistant Senate Majority Leader Lois Tochtrop (D), former House and Senate Majority Leader Norma Anderson (R), former State Representative Rob Witwer (R), and Zach Smith.