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Bob Gardner, HD 20 (Colorado Springs)

State Representative Bob Gardner was elected to his fourth term in the Colorado House of Representatives in 2012, representing House District 20 which is comprised of northwest El Paso County.  Representative Gardner was recently appointed chair of the House Judiciary Committee and also serves on the House Appropriations Committee, the House Local Government Committee, and on the Joint Committee on Legislative Legal Services.   In his four terms in the House, Rep. Gardner has been the sponsor or co-sponsor of bills across the issue spectrum—including legislation to assist fast growing school districts, issue bonds for capital construction, increasing the number of state trial court judges to address the backlog of commercial cases, simplify processes for businesses with the Secretary of State, extend the Arkansas River water bank program, assist our local RTA … Read entire article »

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Janak Joshi, HD 14 (Colorado Springs)

State Rep. Janak Joshi is a retired physician, grassroots activist and resident of Colorado Springs for more than 33 years.   Rep. Joshi brings a wealth of expertise in health care policy and small business.  Rep. Joshi ran a practice in Colorado Springs for 32 years specializing in Internal Medicine, Nephrology, and Occupational Medicine.  He is a small business owner of medical clinic and dialysis centers and employs as many as 50 people.   Rep. Joshi came to the United States 39 years ago with a dream, a suitcase and $100.  He wanted to keep this dream alive for all our children.  When asked about his style of leadership, Joshi said, “I am an optimist. My underlying philosophy of conservative common sense is shaped from a strong family, from my experience being welcomed to … Read entire article »

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Mark Waller, HD 15 (Colorado Springs)

State Rep. Mark Waller represents House District 15, which encompasses portions of Northeastern Colorado Springs. Waller serves on the Judiciary Committee.   Born in Macomb, Illinois, Waller received his undergraduate degree in political science from Southern Illinois University in 1992. He then studied at the University of North Dakota where he received his Masters Degree in space studies, followed by his Juris Doctorate from the University of Denver, College of Law.   Waller formerly worked as the Deputy District Attorney for the 10th Judicial District in Pueblo, Colorado, and has a private practice in Colorado Springs.   Waller and his wife Jennifer live in Colorado Springs with their two children, Truman and Camille.   Office: 200 E Colfax Ave., Rm. 227, Denver, CO 80203 Phone: 303-866-5525 Email: mark.waller.house@state.co.us Web: www.markwallerforhd15.org   … Read entire article »

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