We Won in Senate District 14
It is with we immense gratitude that I say thank you to my 2016 campaign team including staff, volunteers, donors, supporters, friends, colleagues and, of course, my family. Together we won this race with 62% of the voters in SD-14, and now it is time to roll up our sleeves and continue our work to advance the common good.
Thank you for granting me the privilege to serve all the people of our community for another four years in the Colorado State Senate, and please join me this Sunday for a gathering to celebrate community as we move forward.
--Senator John Kefalas
First Town Hall Meeting is set for Saturday, January 7th, 2017 at 10-11:30 AM
prior to the start of the 2017 legislative session.
More details will be included in end of year accountability report, which you folks may want to sign up for through my website, www.johnkefalas.org.
Take care and happy holidays.
Legislative Awards & Recognitions
Champion for Economic Justice, Colorado Center on Law and Policy (2014)
Colorado Women’s Lobby, 100% Legislative Score (2016)
Legislative Advocate of the Year, Colorado Consumer Health Initiative (2015)
Legislative Recognition Award, Elder Abuse Awareness Day, Larimer County (2015)
Legislator of the Year, Colorado Association of People Supporting Employment First (2016)
Legislator of the Year, Colorado Nonprofit Association (2016)
Legislator of the Year, Mental Health Colorado (2016)
Special Recognition Award-Service to Colorado's Seniors, Colorado Senior Lobby (2016)
About Senator John Kefalas
Senator John Kefalas serves the people of Senate District 14, which spans Fort Collins. He is the ranking member of the Local Government Committee, and a member of the Capital Development Committee. In addition, John serves on the Health Insurance Exchange Oversight Committee, Behavioral Health Transformation Council and the All Payer Claims Database Advisory Committee. From 2009 – 2014 John led the Economic Opportunity Poverty Reduction Task Force, and served on the Flood Disaster Recovery Committee and the Early Childhood and School Readiness Legislative Commission in 2013 and 2014 respectively. He teaches public policy graduate courses at Colorado State University as an adjunct faculty member. For more information please visit www.johnkefalas.org/biography.
State Senator (SD-14)
Fort Collins, Colorado