Senator John Kefalas for County Commissioner
County Government for All of Us
Larimer County residents want public servants who will work together to get the job done.
They don’t care about partisan labels. They care about using common sense, finding common ground, and working together for the common good.
That’s exactly what I’ve done in the state Legislature, and what I will do if you help me win election to the Larimer County Board of Commissioners. Larimer is a big county, and I need to reach 250,000 people with our message! If you can donate more, please do so. There are no campaign donation limits for this race. As always, I am deeply grateful for your support. Working together, we will continue to do better, right here in Larimer County.
Your donation is needed to spread the word.
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Kefalas for Larimer
604 Sycamore Street, Fort Collins 80521
Why I’m Running
Many people feel like Larimer County government is not listening to them, that they do not have a seat at the table where decisions are being made. I know how to bring people together, using common sense to find common ground and come up with solutions that advance the common good.
The critical issues facing Larimer County – from workforce development to smart growth, affordable housing to healthcare, clean energy to transportation –are the same ones I have worked on in the state legislature.
We all want our government to provide the services we need in an efficient, humane and rational manner. The fact is, when we work together to find answers, we come up with better and more compassionate solutions.
My father Mike taught me to work hard, be honest, and serve others. I tried to keep those values close to heart as I served the people of Fort Collins in the state legislature. Now I want to bring those values home and serve all the people of Larimer County as a county commissioner.
Read more about why I’m running for Larimer County Commissioner at Why Run
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