State Candidates

Colorado Legislature

House District 30


Kerrie Gutierrez

Candidate info pending

Cynthia Sarmiento


Cynthia is a third generation Colorado native who lives in Thornton with her husband, Ben, and son, Emiliano. As a 15-year resident of Thornton, she fully committed to her community. Cynthia is a graduate of Broomfield High School. She attended Regis University for her Undergrad Degree where she became part of a mission of lifelong learning through service. She has exemplified that mission throughout her career, whether it be working as a Disaster Mental Health Worker for the Red Cross during 9/11 or funding her own charity events to feed the homeless. She attended the University of Colorado at Denver, School of Education, for graduate school. Cynthia is a strong businesswoman with a common sense approach. She has practical experience working in crisis situations, testifying in court, teaching, public speaking, and entrepreneurship. This experience positions her for success as a State Representative. Cynthia appreciates the true nature of public service and is committed to exemplifying that by listening to the constituents she represents, collaborating with community members, upholding governmental transparency, and protecting our liberties from unnecessary governmental control and waste. Focus of Campaign: “I am running for office because I believe we are at a critical turning point not only in Colorado, but as a nation. We must be charged with preserving a nation for the next generation that embodies strong values while embracing progress. My son is 11 years old and nothing makes me more proud than watching him grow each day. It is my job as a mother to ensure he is safe and that he grows up, to have a passion for civil service and love of God. In my work in higher education, I have seen the stronghold the socialist democrats have on many young people. I have also seen strong, motivated, young people who want to step up and represent more conservative values and become an appreciated part of restoring our system. My experience puts me in a unique position to foster that growth.”

We have seen an influx of money into Colorado from extreme liberal groups like the ones in New York and California. In 2018, we saw the election of a Governor who has clearly ignored the vote of the public over his own agenda. If we do not stand up and take action, our freedoms will be stripped from us.

With your support, I will make it my top priority to protect families’ rights and choices in the educational system and health care system by promoting legislation to protect children from progressive indoctrination. We have been told far too long that government knows what is best for our children. I will promote and protect the energy sources, jobs, and revenue created from responsible fracking and oil and gas production in Colorado. With an ever-increasing need to address our stability in the world market, it will be my goal to hold up legislation in Colorado that supports energy independence. I will address breakdowns in the mental health system and work to resolve problems in that system while better utilizing existing resources.

As your State Representative, I will not have every answer, but will commit to listen to the people who elected me. I pledge to fight to represent and serve them. It is only with your help and support that I make headway on this mission. Please consider making a financial investment in my campaign or dedicate some of your time to promoting my candidacy. My son once heard a candidate speech that asked for donations and he said, “Mom, donations are when you give expecting nothing in return, giving financially to the right candidate is not a donation but an investment.”

Contact Information and Schedule:

Join the Conversation: Every Tuesday Night at 7:00pm for My Online Town Hall Series Live on Facebook.

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The Campaign for Cynthia Sarmiento
12861 Spruce St.
Thornton, CO 80602


House District 31

David Elliott

My name is David Elliott and I am the candidate for House District 31. My wife and I live in Thornton with our three children. My wife is a CNA for a nursing home in Boulder and I am an accountant who works in the Denver Metro Area. I served on the Citizens Advisory Budget Committee for 7 years and the Lowry Redevelopment Authority for 4 years. I served as a precinct committeeman for more than 20 years and as a district captain for 4 years. Let’s take back the House and the Senate this year! God bless you and God bless America!

David Elliott

House District 32

Tony Caputo

House District 34


Mark Bromley

Brief Biography.

I’m, Mark Bromley and was born in Colorado, lived most of his life in Northglenn Colorado House District 34 and am a local. I attended Western Colorado University studied Fine Art, Communications, Philosophy, Sociology, and Chemistry.   I lived on the Western slope of Colorado, Utah, California, Japan, and traveled the world to many nations.  I did this by serving in the United States Navy worked on Foreign and Domestic government policy enforcement forward deployed to crisis regions on two, tip of the spear Aircraft Carriers known as Freedom’s Flagships.  My career experience includes working as an Artist, Armed Merchant Guard, Federal Employee in a leadership capacity in management, and as a Licensed Electrician I operated my own electrical contractor company and Yacht systems design and installation.

I have been affiliated with the following organizations and activities:  Please see website at

My life began in poverty in a large family with a single mother and I was afflicted with a speech impediment when I was young and had to overcome life challenges. My first job was delivery of News Papers at age 5 for the Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News from there I have lived a very unique and highly experienced life. I have so much to offer and tell because I learned much and all of the things I have accomplished in my life-time is in reach of each and everyone.  All you have to do is want to be more and become that.  Let the world be your inspiration and the hardship you may face push you forward to be successful and achieve more.

Primary Issues:

As a long term resident of House District 34.  I am uniquely qualified to be your Representative in 2020.  My background is from Northglenn Ward 3 and I know the city of Northglenn, Westminster, Federal Heights and Thornton with 50 years of experience, dedication, charity, faith, education, friends, family, and history.  I have got to know many city officials, political values, and key aspects of what makes our House District one of the most important Districts to the state of Colorado and the Legislative assembly in Denver.

My appeal to the voters is that I am a local, well educated, very experienced and informed Republican Candidate.  The best Choice by far.

I appeal to all age groups, to learn why and more visit my website

3 Key Issues:

  1. Keeping TABOR, limiting fraud waste and abuse and reducing taxes preventing overspending and stopping Over reach of Government.
  2. 2nd amendment rights.  Reducing excessive legislation on gun ownership.  Reducing age limits from 21 to 18.  Repealing Red Flag laws.  Removing Licensing standards by Democrat progressive socialist tool known as DORA. Criminals should be punished not the Law Abiding.
  3. Bringing Oil and Gas back to Colorado.  Keeping good Jobs.  Establishing less closed door Union liberal politics and pushing for Right to Work legislation.  Strengthening the Colorado Economy after this COVID-19 crisis.

I have many more on my agenda and key items please again go to my website to learn more

Thank you and as always I am HD34 and to quote the motto of the V-2 division from Freedoms Flagship. I am “The Blood, Sweat, and Steam,” of House District 34 and represent the District as the true Candidate and only Candidate able to defeat my incumbent for the Republican party.

Yours Truly and Forever,
Mark Bromley for Colorado House District 34

phone:  303-451-8039

Audrey Herman

candidate information pending

House District 35

Roger Lehman

House District 56

Rep. Rod Bockenfeld

Senate District 21

Martin Mendez

Senate District 25

Sen. Kevin Priola

Born and raised in Adams County, Colorado, Priola graduated from Horizon High School in Thornton. He then attended the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he was a member of the College Republicans, earning a bachelor’s degree in finance with a minor in economics. While at CU, Priola participated in the Ralphie Handlers program, as one of the students who train and care for the school’s mascot. Priola remained involved with the program after graduation, and served as its co-director from 2001-2011; he received The Denver Chapter Buff Club’s Most Valuable Buff Award for his service and training Ralphie IV.

Priola has spent his career working for two family businesses, Priola Greenhouses and CAP Land Company in Henderson, Colorado, where he has served as vice-president and treasurer. He now owns Priola Real Estate & Investment. Priola is an active member of the Commerce City Rotary Club, for which he has served as president, and served on the Commerce City Name Change Committee.

In 1996, Priola married his high school sweetheart Michelle. He and his wife currently have four children.

Kevin Priola
State Senator
Senate District 25

P.O. Box 222
Henderson CO. 80640
Twitter @KevinPriola

Other State Offices

CU Regent (CD 6)


Richard Murray

Richard is a husband, father, attorney, and a two-time alum of the University of Colorado at Boulder.  He is the 2019-2020 Chair of the CU Law School’s Alumni Board.  While attending CU as an undergrad, Richard served as Student Body President of the Boulder campus where he oversaw the nation’s largest student government and worked closely with the CU Administration, including on the Chancellor’s Executive Committee and Boulder Campus Planning Commission.  As a student, he interned at both the U.S House of Representatives and Colorado House of Representatives.  Richard went on to attend CU Law School, during which time he also graduated from the Leadership Program of the Rockies (2007).  As a law student, Richard was selected as Chairman of the City of Boulder’s University Hill General Improvement District Advisory Board, where he worked on relations between the University, the City, businesses, students, and residents.  During law school, Richard interned for then-Colorado Supreme Court Justice Allison Eid.

Following law school, Richard served as a judicial law clerk for Colorado Supreme Court Justice Nathan B. Coats.  After his clerkship, Richard entered private practice representing health care professionals and entities.  He is currently a shareholder at an AmLaw 100 firm, where he focuses his practice on business and health care litigation.  In 2018, Richard was named the Denver Bar Association’s Young Lawyer of the Year.  He has also been named as one of Colorado’s Top 25 Most Influential Young Professionals by ColoradoBiz magazine, and named nine times as a Rising Star by Colorado Super Lawyers.  Last year, Richard completed a two-year term as the President of Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc., a multi-million dollar educational nonprofit organization.

Richard has previously served on the Lincoln Club of Colorado’s Board of Directors, as the President of the CU student chapter of the Federalist Society, and as the First and Second Vice President of the Denver Bar Association.  He currently serves on the statewide Colorado Access to Justice Commission, having first been appointed by then Colorado Senate President Bill Cadman.

Richard and his wife Elizabeth (CU Boulder, Psychology, ’07), live in Highlands Ranch and are the proud parents of a 7-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter.  In their free time, you can find them cheering on their favorite team—the Colorado Buffaloes.

Priscilla Rahn

candidate information pending

State Board of Education (CD 7)

Nancy Pallozzi

candidate information pending