El Paso County Elected Democrats
Michael F. Bennet was elected United States Senator for Colorado in November 2010. A newcomer to politics with experience in business and public service, he is widely-recognized as a pragmatic, innovative and independent thinker driven by a deep-seated obligation to create more opportunity for the next generation.
Governor Of Colorado
When he was inaugurated Governor of Colorado in 2011, having run on his history of collaboration for community good, he became the first Denver mayor to be elected governor in 150 years. He also became the first geologist to become a governor in the history of the nation, and the first brewer since Sam Adams in 1792. Again he has recruited talent from all quarters, and is redefining the relationship between a state government and its business and civic communities.
Colorado Representative for House District 17
The Representative for Colorado's 17th House District, Tony has lived in Southeast COS for more than 60 years--36 of which he spent as a local firefighter. From running into burning buildings, to passing legislation ensuring that every child gets to start the school day with a full stomach, public service has been the driving motivation behind Tony's entire adult life.
Colorado Representative for House District 18
Pete Lee is a legislator in the U.S. state of Colorado. He was elected to the Colorado House of Representatives in 2010, as a Democrat representing House District 18, which includes central Colorado Springs and Manitou Springs in El Paso County.
El Paso County Democratic Party Chairperson
Many will remember Johnson as the Democrat who ran an impressive 2016 campaign for the District 3 El Paso County Commissioner seat that was won by Republican Stan VanderWerf. She was elected to serve a two-year term as chair of the party on Feb. 4 by precinct chairs and central committee members.