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DENVER – Rep. Kevin Priola made it official Monday night. …
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DENVER – Rep. Kevin Priola made it official Monday night.
He wants another two-year term at the state Legislature as the representative from House District 30, which takes in most of Brighton.
The formal kick-off announcement will come sometime in May when this session of the Legislature wraps up its work.
“I am hoping to return to the Capitol next November to continue serving as the representative for House District 30,” he said. “It has been an honor to represent this district for the past two years, and I still feel there is much I can do for our community.”
As of early this week, there were four candidates interested in representing House District 30.
Brighton businesswoman MaryEllen Pollack is the latest to throw her hat into the ring. She announced her candidacy Thursday. She joins Brighton residents Dave Rose and Laura Huerta, who also filed official campaign forms with the secretary of state's office.
Rose, a former Brighton school principal and city mayor, lost to Priola in the 2008 election.
Respective party caucuses were March 16. The Adams County Democratic Assembly is scheduled for March 27. Those processes would presumably winnow the potential Democratic challengers.
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