James Woodley announced that he will be running for the Colorado State Senate in District 27 in 2020. James is a conservative Republican whose marketing background and work as a law enforcement private contractor will come in handy as he works to make Colorado as safe and prosperous as possible.District 27 consists of the city of Centennial and parts of Greenwood Village. The race for District 27 will be one of the most important races of 2020. The Republican’s need a seasoned candidate like Woodley who has already been through a tough campaign and who appeals to unaffiliated voters and millennials.Woodley is an honorably discharged United States Army veteran. As a father of three girls, Woodley aims to put an end to the extreme laws being passed and concentrate on the bipartisan concerns everyone can get behind. His plan for Colorado mainly concentrates on safeguarding Colorado’s mental health, offering consumer debt relief, and improving road and infrastructure conditions. “I love this community, and I love Colorado. Its history of being liberty-loving people is the reason why I chose to raise my family here. Now it breaks my heart to see the extremism that has plagued our legislature,” said James Woodley. “While the legislature is focusing on extreme issues that ignore what the people have asked for and serves to divide our state further, I intend to focus on legislation all sides can support like mental healthcare, consumer debt, and finally fixing our roads.”
Woodley plans to appeal to Latino voters who have been increasing in Colorado, making up about 18% of voters. Black and Latino candidates like Woodley are the new faces of the Colorado GOP.
Woodley will be using his marketing experience to run a streamlined campaign, focusing on micro-targeting of key issues that not only reaches voters but taps into today’s culture.
Woodley is also inviting everyone to attend his Kick-off Party on September 30th from 6 to 8 PM at Nonna’s Italian Bistro in Centennial to launch his run for Colorado State Senate in District 27.
Woodley is a father of three girls and has raised his family in the community for 19 years. He is a veteran of the US Army and serving as a marketing professional whose career is focused on field marketing and digital marketing. He has served as a private contractor to Colorado’s District Attorney’s including now Congressman Ken Buck, providing solutions for economic crimes that saved taxpayers money while reducing recidivism.
He also worked for non-profit organizations including starting an American Legion Post in Centennial and served as its Commander for six years. He also served as President of a national Christian youth organization based in Greenwood Village. He was a former candidate who has run for State Senate in 2016.
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