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
March 26, 2014
Jay was invited to attend a candidate’s forum in El Paso County. Jay protested to the event organizer that he would have no voters in El Paso County, but she insisted that he come. And when sweet “Mother Mary”, as she is affectionately known, insists… Jay can’t resist.
The event was a packed-house, and there were more than twenty candidates from Governor to County Assessor. Each got a chance to speak for three minutes.
Jay determined that since nobody in the room could vote for him, he would encourage people to “vote Republican”.
There was a gentleman there who recorded the various speeches. Here is the link to Jay’s speech.
February 6, 2014
Jay attended the Arapahoe County GOP Men’s Club this morning, as he has done almost every Wednesday morning for many years.
Before announcing the guest speaker for the event, the club President asked Jay if he wanted to get up and say something about the campaign.
Jay stood up, smiled and waved, and sat back down, not saying a word. The place went wild with approving laughter. Jay responded saying, “I think I just gave my best speech yet.” Then came thunderous applause.
After the meeting, a number of the men came up and said, “Jay, you scored more points with what you did than if you had delivered the Gettysburg Address”.
Sometimes less is more…