#LoveWhereILive

Those who know me know that the traditional campaign rhetoric isn't the best representation of who I am.
I pride myself in being a public servant.

Daily I am humbled by the fact that I was elected to represent you and this great city that we call home, but truly, it isn't about me. It is about the people who live, work, and play here. The businesses and the organizations, the compilation of personalities, hobbies, and interests. For that reason, I am proud to announce our 2018 campaign theme: #LoveWhereILive. Throughout the next year, we are excited to feature a handful of reasons why I #LoveWhereILive and I am thrilled to bring you all along on this journey of learning what makes Loveland so special to me.​​​


Innovation in Education

One thing I love about where I live are the extraordinary teachers we have here in the Thompson School District. Despite the challenges today's educational environment poses, we have teachers that go above and beyond, keeping learning alive in the hearts and minds of our kids.
Meet my friend, Terry Bartlow.
 
VIDEO GALLERY
  1. The Christmas Star
    Christmas in Loveland, CO means seeing the Christmas Star on the hill. See the story of Max Moree and how the star came to be. #LoveWhereILive
  2. Jump Start
    The JumpStart program is one of the unique reasons why I #LoveWhereILive. Loveland takes a thoughtful approach to sentencing our most vulnerable population and sets these individuals on a road to success. Enforcing personal responsibility and accountability in exchange for tickets and fines is a win win for all - a model that should be considered beyond the borders of our very special town.
  3. Colorado Youth Outdoors
    We can legislate many things but we can not legislate families and relationships. One reason why I #LoveWhereILive is Colorado Youth Outdoors. CYO is an organization that is on a mission to fill the gap.