Make your voice heard.  Reaching out matters. One of the most important actions you can take is to deliver feedback directly to your representatives in government whether it be at the local, state or national level.

In Clear Creek County 

District 1 - George Marlin (D)

George is the newly-elected County Commissioner. Inspired by our community, he is dedicated to sustainability and our environment. 

Contact him at [email protected]

District 2 - Sean Wood (R)

Sean is the Chair of the Board of County Commissioners. 

Contact him at [email protected]

District 3 - Randy Wheelock (D)

Randy is a lifelong Democrat with a passion for education, access to health care and building strong communities.  

Contact him at [email protected]

In the State of Colorado 

Colorado House of Representatives  - Judith Amabile

Contact Judith at 303-866-2578 or [email protected]

Colorado State Senate - Dennis Hisey (R)

Dennis Hisey is the newly-elected Colorado State Senator for State Senate District 2 and represents Clear Creek County. 

Contact Dennis through https://leg.colorado.gov/legislators/dennis-hisey

In Congress 

US House of Representatives  - Joe Neguse (D)

Joe Neguse is the newly-elected representative of Clear Creek County in the US House of Representatives. He's already proven himself to be an outstanding legislator, sponsoring the first bill passed in this session and being elected Co-Freshman Representative to Leadership in the 116th Congress.

Contact information for Joe: https://neguse.house.gov/contact.

US Senate - Michael Bennet (D)

Michael Bennet is one of our two US Senators from the State of Colorado.  He is a Democrat and has served since 2010.  Michael is a member of the Senate committees on Finance; Health, Education, Labor and Pensions; and Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry. Sen. Bennet is running for President in 2020.

The best way to contact him is through his web page here.

US Senate - John Hickenlooper (D)

John Hickenlooper is also one of our two US Senators.  He served as the mayor of Denver (2003) and as Governor of Colorado (2011-2019).  Contact John through his website here.

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