A Message from Jay

It seems that politicians are always anxious to talk. Not me. I am not a politician. I am anxious to LISTEN. I believe we were given one mouth and two ears for a reason.

If you are in Colorado House District 37, and vote for me as your representative, know that I will be voting for YOU. If you are not in the district, but support me in becoming a voice in the Legislature, know that I will be voting on YOUR behalf as well.

To do so, I need to hear what you have to say. Please take the time to Tweet me or post on my Facebook page. I want to hear what your issues are, and how you believe we can move forward to a better place in Colorado. Working together, we can do it

Jay Moderates Panel on Voter Rights and Voter Fraud

Jay moderates blue-ribbon panel on voter rights and voter fraud.

Jay Moderates PanelAs part of a joint presentation of the Colorado Bar Association Civil Rights Committee, and the American Constitution Society, a blue-ribbon panel presented a lively program on voter rights and voter fraud.

The panel consisted of (from right to left in the photo) Ms. Denise Maes (Public Policy Director for ACLU of Colorado), Ms. Amber McReynolds (Director of Elections for the City of Denver), Mr. Matt Crane (County Clerk of Arapahoe County), and Suzanne Staiert (Colorado Deputy Secretary of State).

Jay was honored to be one of the team organizing this event, and was pleased to serve as the event Moderator.

Jay Moderates Panel1The panel discussed HB 1303 (the Voter Access and Modernized Elections Act of 2013), as well as HB 1164 (the 2014 revamping of the Colorado Local Governmental Election Code).

The panel offered the conference attendees a balanced presentation of the various benefits and potential pitfalls of each of these laws, and the various remedies (or in some cases the lack thereof) for identifying, remedying, or stopping voter disenfranchisement or voter fraud.

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