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Saying his 11 years as Colorado’s chief financial officer have prepared him better than the politicians who are running, Democrat Charles Quin Scheibe on Tuesday entered a crowded field for state treasurer that includes five state lawmakers, a county treasurer, an elected prosecutor and a former legislative candidate.
Saying he wants to make sure the effects of its robust economy are felt throughout Colorado, state Rep. Dave Young, a Greeley Democrat and member of the Legislature’s Joint Budget Committee, jumped in the race for state treasurer Tuesday, joining another state lawmaker and a businessman in the Democratic primary.
After serving 15 years in the Legislature, state Sen. Kevin Lundberg, a Berthoud Republican, hopes to bring what he’s learned about Colorado government to the office of state treasurer. On Saturday, Lundberg declared he’s running for the open seat in next year’s election, becoming the fourth Republican in a primary race that’s likely to get even more crowded.
When Routt County Treasurer Brita Horn and some of her neighbors realized they lived in a large, sparsely populated patch of the state that wasn’t covered by fire protection services, they put together their own volunteer fire department. Some 244 square miles between Steamboat Springs and Vail, it turned out, fell between areas covered by surrounding fire departments, but none were responsible for responding to calls.
State Rep. Justin Everett, a Littleton Republican, announced Tuesday morning that he’s running for state treasurer in next year’s election.
State Rep. Steve Lebsock, a Thornton Democrat, announced Saturday that he’s running for state treasurer in next year’s election.
That’s Colorado State Treasurer Walker Stapleton’s voice coming out of your radio and talking to you on YouTube about a rally at the Capitol on March 9 at 11 a.m. The telegenic public ...