Karen Nelson is the ONLY conservative in the race for House District 33
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contact: Sheryl Fernandez 303-859-1421 or email@example.com
September 20, 2016 – Broomfield, CO – Karen Nelson, an over 30 year resident of Broomfield Colorado, and has spent the last eleven years at the Colorado General Assembly helping countless State Legislators, is the ONLY conservative candidate in the race for House District 33.
“It has become very clear that Karen’s opponent, who has proclaimed himself a “champion for progressive values”, is having an identity crisis. On one hand, he is being funded by his progressive handlers and special interests. On the other hand, he is trying to project to voters that he is a conservative candidate and even identify himself with the Republican party in public events.” states Broomfield County Republican Chairman, Rick Fernandez. “This extends to his disingenuous statements in his campaign literature where he claims that he stands for lower property taxes, while his own party is pushing heavy handed progressive tax increases through “ColoradoCare” and yet another minimum wage increase, both of which will hurt jobs and destroy our state’s economy. He is more of the same, continuing the progressive agenda of Representative Dianne Primavera.”
“We are proud to have a common sense candidate in Karen Nelson who will represent Erie, Superior and Broomfield through conservative, limited government policies that help Coloradans every day”, says Fernandez.
Karen wants to focus on three main issues in the legislature. Addressing our growing transportation needs in the area, finding education choices that work for all students and their families, and ending overburdonsome government regulations that are hurting small business.
Karen has been endorsed by the National Federation of Independent Business, the Metro North Chamber of Commerce, and Associated Builders and Contractors- Rocky Mountain Chapter.
To learn more about Karen, please visit her website at www.karenforcolorado.com
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