Contact Colorado’s Members of Congress

Every Coloradan has two U.S. Senators and a U.S. Representative (also known as a Congressman or Congresswoman).  Both Senators represent the state as a whole and have district offices throughout the state. Colorado has divided into seven Congressional Districts and each District has a Representative. Representatives have several offices within their districts to serve their constituents. Representative and Senators have offices in Washington DC as well. DC offices are primarily concerned with the legislative business of Congress. District offices focus on constituent services. Contacting a district office is often the best way to identify which staff member can help you with your request whether that person is in the same office or in DC. Methods of Contact In-person meeting or invitation to an event – The legislator’s website typically has an online form to use for scheduling requests.  Making a scheduling request well in advance of a meeting or event date is recommended. Postal Mail – Postal mail can be sent to the member’s office in Washington DC or a district office in Colorado. Be sure to allow a few weeks for screening and delivery of postal mail to Washington DC. Phone calls – Typically, Congressional websites do not include a directory of staff. If you don’t have a contact person for the matter, you can call the general number for the office and the staffer answering the phone will help you identify the right contact person. If you are unsure where to call, it’s best to start with the district office. Emails – Congressional websites typically do not include email addresses for staff either. Use the contact form to lobby on a policy issue or ask a question. Request a response and include your contact information if you would like to hear back from the member of Congress. It may take days or weeks for a response...

Colorado PTA Presidents 1907 – Present

Colorado PTA Presidents 1907 - Present NameYears In Office Cindy Daisley2015-Present Michelle Winzent2013-2015 Karen Hobson2011-2013 Lynn Huizing2009-2011 Pamela Hurd-Keyzer2007-2009 Teresa Williams2004-2007 Mark Townsend2001-2004 Jody Townsend1999-2001 Sue Anderson1995-1999 Gayla Stone1995-1995 Steve Mathers1994-1995 Jan Haley1993-1994 Donna Gardner1991-1993 Yvonne Parker1990-1991 Sue Anderson1989-1990 Carol Ruckel1988-1989 Sheri Williams, Ed.D.1987-1988 Sharon Barbarick1986-1987 Carol Naff1985-1986 Gayla Stone1983-1985 Vera L. Faulkner1981-1983 Catherine A. Crandal1978-1981 Gussie Simmons1977-1978 Dr. Lloyd Corson1976-1977 Lucy Joseph1974-1976 Lucille Poteet1972-1974 Lila Swallow1970-1972 Pearl Mehl1968-1970 Genevieve Dole1966-1968 Mary Lou Anderson1964-1966 Alice Dickinson1961-1964 Zelda Arnold1958-1961 Ruth Richardson1955-1958 Aletha Lyster1952-1955 Sarah Solomon1950-1952 Lillian Bloomquist1948-1950 Opal Noel1946-1948 Helen Wilson1944-1946 Ethel Ufford1942-1944 Emma Richards1938-1942 Maude Bradley1934-1938 Elizabeth Shuttleworth1930-1934 Josepha Brown1926-1930 Martha Porter1924-1926 Rosina Zimmerhackel1922-1924 Margaret Campbell1920-1922 Lura French1919-1920 Florence Dick1912-1918 Anna Van Wagenen1910-1912 Annie...

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