State Rep. Cathy Kipp has worked tirelessly for the last two years to represent our district with the utmost integrity and success.
She serves on two important House committees – the Education and Energy and Environment. I have seen her in action at the Capitol and in our
community listening to her constituents and asking the tough questions on important bills.
She successfully passed the Energy Code Bill and Appliance Standard Bill in 2019, which former governor Bill Ritter said would save Colorado over $1 billion over the next decade on energy efficiency.
She is very well respected among her colleagues at the Capitol on both sides of the aisle.
She is very passionate about education and providing opportunities for our children. Education funding has been the focus of much of her volunteer work over the last decade. She has served as president and vice-president of Poudre School District Board of Education.
Education is the key to income mobility and equality in this high-tech economy. Cathy is a great champion.
Cathy also has held numerous “driveway hours” in this pandemic for constituents and has helped with all kinds of problems like unemployment insurance and small business issues. She is very fiscally minded and follows the numbers incredibly well.
Please vote for Cathy Kipp to continue representing House District 52 for the next session. She has represented us well and is a great community leader.
Susan McFaddin, Fort Collins
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