Coloradans: if you’ve been alarmed by rising crime, cost of living, homelessness, and drugs, then I challenge you to think outside your typical worldview and vote for the candidate who is committed to solving these.
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Colorado mails a ballot to every voter in the state and voters can select any candidate on their ballot regardless of party affiliation. Voters can return their ballot by mail, place it in a drop-box, or vote in-person.
If you do not receive a ballot, contact your county clerk.
I will fight against the rapidly growing regulatory state that has pushed inflation in Colorado to the highest in nation.
I will fight to protect individual and parental rights by rolling back governmental intrusion into our lives.
I will work to restore policies and funding that keep our communities safe and punish criminals.
I will be a fierce ally for local control of rural Colorado and help preserve its traditions and contributions to our state.
Katie is running in HD49 to knock the political class, including the well connected oligarchs and the regulatory clerisy, off their collective perches. The political class all the way from Jared Polis down to the school boards all across the state work on behalf of their own aspirations not the serious needs of the people in Colorado who have suffered and struggled over the past 2 years. Rural Colorado has paid a terrible price with little or no representation.
Katie has lived in Boulder County since 1989. She is an entrepreneur who has founded and operated many businesses throughout the years. Currently Katie and her husband own a successful general contractor business. She has a BA in economics from William and Mary, and an MBA from CU Boulder. Most importantly Katie is a wife, mother of 3, daughter, sister, cousin, neighbor, friend and citizen.
Katie would love to hear from you. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with questions, thoughts, or concerns.
Colorado House District 49 spans over 100 miles from the northern Colorado border in Larimer County to south of I-70 in Clear Creek County.
It includes Georgetown, Idaho Springs, Black Hawk, Eldora, Allenspark, Lyons, Estes Park, Glen Haven, Livermore, Red Feather Lakes, Poudre and Big Thompson Canyons, as well as portions of Boulder, Superior, Fort Collins, Loveland, Longmont, Laporte, Bellvue, Berthoud, and Wellington.
Large portions of Larimer County, Boulder County, Gilpin County, and Clear Creek County all fall within HD49 boundaries.