I pledge to be a commissioner for the people by listening to the voices and
concerns of every citizen of Teller County, no matter how big or small. As a show of committment
this solemn pledge, I am running all 570 miles of road
in Teller County. I want to see Teller County up close and personal.
And hopefully I might run into a few of you along the way.
Candidate for Teller County Commissioner
How many politicians actually listen to the people they represent? I want to have open lines of communication between the all levels of the county goverment. So many times voices are not heard because people don't know who to talk to. I want to solve that problem.
I believe we need someone to stand up for our rights as citizens, businesses, and property owners in this great county. I want to take back the rights we've lost to excess regulations, especially when it comes to private land rights.
Often times the goverment feels like it is working against you. I want to take look at what an advocate in the government looks like, who's sole job is help you get through the regulations and not work against you.
As a Christian, I believe in the inalienable God given right to bare arms. I believe that our right to life, liberty, and happiness starts with the right to defend ourselves and our personal property.
Did you know that Teller County, as a Republican stronghold, has more strict building codes than imposed by the state? Do you know Park County does not have these regulations? I want to look at these regulations from a top down approach. Remove any regulations that are unecessary and outdated, or working against rights of The People.
I am firmly a believer in due process, innocent until proven guilty, and our rights going uninfrindged. Simply put, I do not support the Colorado "Red Flag" law and think that is infringes on the rights of law abiding citizens.
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