I grew up in a politically active home and have served as a volunteer citizen activist at the state legislature for more than 25 years. I have participated in researching, reviewing, and contributing to the writing of legislation. Although I’m not an attorney, I have studied the Constitution and am ready to get to work.
As a small business owner and a single mother I will represent all Coloradans in my district, including those most financially vulnerable. I will be a true citizen legislator who is not beholden to special interests and will avoid partisan bickering while addressing the needs of our state as a whole.
Since law often involves ethics and justice, it’s unrealistic to expect legislators to never be influenced by their beliefs.
I have no objections to Medicaid covering services provided by any agency as long as Colorado law is respected.
I support tax exempt status for all nonprofits because of the valuable services they provide to our communities.
Seems to me that state money could be better spent elsewhere given how accessible the Colorado lottery already is.
I believe the Supreme Court still needs to rule on this issue from the perspective of freedom of speech.
Rule of law requires compliance with laws from all levels of government. Sanctuary cities violate current federal law.