The first filing period ended April 27th, and I am proud to say that I am in great financial position to take on my Democrat opponent this fall. You have all been gracious enough to contribute and each dollar goes a long way.
I have been able to use my current donations to get my message out digitally. We have targeted voters throughout HD 59, and I am excited to tell you that it works! We have reached over 13,000 voters this past month alone. We even received online donations!
The money I raise now through the election will be used for mailers, TV, and radio. It will take an "all of the above" assault to defeat my Democrat opponent. She has an endless bank out with funding being funneled in by unions and environmental groups.
I will need all of the support I can get to fight this assault and reach all of the voters of HD 59.
I take being a representative seriously, and I am beholden to no one except the great people of HD 59. Please help me get my message out by donating $5, $50, or $400 today.
As session is nearing an end I can't help but reflect on the impact that 100 people in Denver have over our entire State. How do 100 people in Denver know what is best for rural Colorado?
I spent this session fighting for what is best for HD 59.
As a Republican, I have fought for individual liberty, economic prosperity, and our Constitutional rights. I voted based on my conservative principles and what is best for the great people of HD 59.
As a Republican, I believe in preserving a safe future for Colorado. That is why I sponsored HB 1256. This bill will ensure that our Colorado water isn't wasted. It will ensure that we have reservoirs to save water and we can then use this water for our necessary food-producing land.
It is time for politicians to quit thinking about themselves and special interests and to start thinking about the people they represent. This can only be done by electing Citizen Legislators. I am a rancher NOT a bureaucrat. Please support my campaign and re-elect a Citizen Legislator by donating today. $5, $10, or $50 can make a big difference this election cycle.
Yesterday, my bill, House Bill 1256, passed the House unanimously. This bill will require the Colorado Water Conservation Board to accumulate the information needed to make good decisions on where would be the most cost effective place to store the water that is wasting out of Colorado on the South Platte.
This is the first step to positive change. Thank you for all of your support!
In order to continue implementing positive change for the Western Slope and Colorado please contribute $5, $10, or $50 to my re-election campaign today.