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Beth McCann

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Preceded by  Rosemary Marshall
Name  Beth McCann
Children  Chris Lizzy
Spouse  Christopher Linsmayer
Occupation  Attorney
Political party  Democratic Party
Religion  Presbyterian

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Born  February 10, 1949 (age 66) Radford, Virginia (1949-02-10)
Alma mater  Georgetown University Law Center Wittenberg University
Residence  Denver, Colorado, United States
Education  Wittenberg University, Georgetown University Law Center

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Beth McCann (born February 10, 1949) is an American politician who serves as the current Denver District Attorney, the first woman to hold the office. A Democrat, McCann beat her opponent, independent Helen Morgan, winning 74% of the vote in the November, 2016 general election.

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Before serving as Denver's DA, McCann served from 2008 to 2017 as a Colorado State Representative, representing House District 8, which encompasses portions of central Denver, Colorado.

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2008 election

Beth McCann defeated Matt Bergles and Cindy Lowery in the contested Democratic primary in August, taking 49 percent of votes cast.

McCann faced no opposition in the November 2008 general election. Her candidacy was endorsed by the Denver Post.

2009 legislative session

For the 2009 legislative session, McCann was named to seats on the House Appropriations Committee, the House State, Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee, and was tapped to be vice-chair of the House Judiciary Committee.

McCann sponsored legislation to limit the number of dogs owned by commercial dog breeders to 25 and to require annual veterinary exams for breeding dogs.

2012 election

In the 2012 General Election, Representative McCann faced Republican challenger Alan Johnson. McCann was elected by a wide margin of 83% to 13%.

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Beth McCann Wikipedia


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