BY FREDA MIKLINGOVERNMENTAL REPORTER
Two-term Colorado House District 38 State Rep. Susan Beckman kicks off her 2020 re-election campaign with a fundraiser Saturday, August 10 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Elway Chevrolet at 5179 S. Broadway in Englewood. Beckman is one of the few south metro-Denver Republicans who survived the 2018 blue wave. She serves on the Finance Committee, the Capitol Development Committee, and is the ranking member on the Health and Insurance Committee of the Colorado House.
Before becoming a state legislator, Beckman was an operational director in the Colorado Department of Human Services. She oversaw facilities management and construction projects for 285 state-owned and operated buildings across Colorado and was responsible for human resources and employee services for an organization of over 5,000 employees.
Beckman is a previous 12-year Arapahoe County commissioner recognized by the county for working “tirelessly to build one of the premier Open Space programs in Colorado,” and for creating the South Platte Working Group which brought together 16 local governments to facilitate environmental cleanup, removing junk yards, building trails, and protecting the river corridor.
Joining Beckman to kick off her re-election campaign are Hon. Nancy Doty and Wayne Brady, Arapahoe County Commissioners Nancy Sharpe and Kathleen Conti, Centennial Mayor Stephanie Piko and City Council Member Kathy Turley, Hon. Tom Tancredo, Greg Reinke, Cliff and Susan Dodge, and Randy Corporon.
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