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Unite Colorado aims to bridge the growing partisan divide in Denver by electing common sense, independent candidates to the state legislature in 2018. If you want to help elect leaders who put “We, the People” before the political parties and special interests, join us and become a Uniter today!
Meet our Candidates
Steve Peterson, Senate District 30
Steve is a native Coloradoan who has spent the last 19 years flying around the globe as a strategy consultant. In that time, Steve has consulted for most of the major American airlines, most recently managing merger integration between two large logistic service providers.
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Maile Foster, House District 18
Maile moved to Colorado Springs in 2000 and has been improving the lives of people around her ever since. After working for IBM for over 20 years, she transitioned to financial planning in 1995. She has since created a successful small business, is a board member for Reach Pikes Peak and is the former president of the Colorado Springs Rotary.
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Jay Geyer, House District 33
Jay is a husband, father, and military veteran. As a Sergeant in the United States Army, Jay learned the importance of putting country and people before a political party – values that will serve him well in the Colorado General Assembly. He currently teaches ethics and environmental justice at the University of Colorado Boulder.
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Thea Chase, House District 54
Thea Chase has been working to launch, support and guide small businesses on Colorado’s Western Slope for over 25 years. A city council member in Palisade, educator, mother, and community volunteer, Thea is a fiercely independent leader.
She is passionate about working with entrepreneurs building her community through active service; she is currently the Director of the Southwest Innovation Corridor.
Paul Jones, House District 59
Paul Jones was born in Colorado. Though he just retired, he was a Game Warden and law enforcement officer for over 20 years. He and his wife, Kathy, a teacher, have been married for 24 years and have raised two boys, aged 19 and 17. Paul is running because he believes It’s time for ordinary citizens to take back the political process and to be in the state legislature, people who can actually be stateswomen and statesmen, not Democrats or Republicans.