Donald J. Trump was elected President in November 2016 in the largest electoral college landslide for a Republican in 28 years. He is the very definition of the American success story, setting the standards of excellence in his business endeavors, and now, for the United States of America. He champions making America First, again, restoring our nation’s faith, ushering in a bright, new future now and for generations to come.
“There is a battle for the heart and soul of our country that I intend on helping to win. I’m running for Congress to stand up for our conservative values, address our current representatives’ failed promises, and put far-left Democrats back in their place.”
Joyce Rankin is our current representative on the Colorado State Board of Education in the Third Congressional District. She is a champion of parents and children and the importance of K-12 Education. She worked on the READ Act which passed in 2019 by 100% of the legislators. With only 40% of our 3rd graders reading at grade level she supports more accountability and transparency.
Representative Matt Soper has always been devoted to the Western Slope. This is where he was born, raised, and picked Olathe sweet corn while attending Colorado Mesa University. He is currently serving his first term at the State Capitol where he represents our Western Slope culture and values.
Delta County Commissioner District 3 North Fork area and unincorporated Crawford, Paonia, Hotchkiss
An all-of-the-above advocacy for Delta County is needed including agribusinesses, tourism, retail, services, and natural resources. I will support the 2nd Amendment and our local and county Law Enforcement professionals and will continue to promote Back the Badge initiatives. Fiscally, I have always been a frugal budgeter and know that taxpayer money should be spent wisely and judiciously.
District Attorney - Colorado's 7th Judicial District
I am currently the chief deputy district attorney in the District Attorney's Office. In my experience, successful convictions are not the result of a single person making one-sided decisions. They stem from the hard work and ideas of a diverse team—from law enforcement, health and human services, victim advocacy groups, and victims themselves.