HOMETOWN IS ADDED; READY TO BE PUBLISHED
I first met Kerry Donovan on a trip to Washington, D.C., in 2007 with a number of other strong conservationists from around Colorado. We were going to D.C. to educate senators and congressmen about the values of public lands and importance of preserving wildlife habitat.
In our meetings with congressional staff and members of Congress I was thoroughly impressed with Kerry’s knowledge of the issues, enthusiasm and ability to convey our message so succinctly. She was both articulate and down to earth at the same time. She had done her homework. She very much reminded me of her grandfather, Bill Mounsey, who I had worked with years before.
Since that time I have worked with Kerry on a number of issues ranging from rural broadband access, affordable housing, oil and gas regulations, keeping public lands in public hands to watching her lead the charge to get the Colorado legislature to officially designate our country’s first Public Lands Day. Her efforts on these important issues have been impressive, her work ethic unstoppable. She’s like the Energizer Bunny. She has worked incredibly hard for our district and our rural way of life.
She deserves our vote, she certainly has mine.