CENTENNIAL, Colo. (Aug. 7, 2019) — Suzanne Staiert, an attorney with expertise in local and state government, will launch her campaign for the state Senate on August 13.
Staiert’s platform will highlight the importance of education, school safety, and mental health, along with other issues relevant to Senate District 27.
Staiert is running in the community where she raised her three daughters, and where she served as the City Attorney for Littleton. She also previously worked as the Deputy Secretary of State.
“Experience matters,” Staiert said. “For 20 years I have lived, worked, volunteered and raised a family in our community.”
She stands ready to fight for parents and educators.
“It is time to take new steps to make our schools safe and address and treat the mental health crisis feeding the tragedies we’ve seen here,” Staiert said. “The solutions to these issues are not partisan and with my experience in our state government, I have the knowledge and skillset to actually get it done,” she said.
A Republican, she is running for the seat now held by Sen. Jack Tate, who has announced he is not seeking re-election in 2020.
Aug. 13, 2019
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