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Justin Everett

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Preceded by  Ken Summers
Name  Justin Everett
Website  everettforcolorado.com

Political party  Republican
Nationality  American
Party  Republican Party
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Alma mater  Chapman University University of Colorado Denver Sturm College of Law
Role  Member of the Colorado House of Representatives
Office  Member of the Colorado House of Representatives since 2013
Education  Chapman University, Sturm College of Law, University of Colorado Denver

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Justin Everett (Born August 5, 1971) is an American politician and a Republican member of the Colorado House of Representatives representing District 22 since January 9, 2013. Everett has been described as a "Combative Conservative", and is one of the most constitutionally conservative members of the Colorado House of Representatives.

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Education

Everett earned his BA in English from Chapman University in 1993, his MBA from the University of Colorado Denver Business School in 1998, and his Juris Doctor from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law in 2000.

Elections

  • 2018 - In April, 2017, Representative Everett announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for Colorado State Treasurer in 2018.
  • 2016 - Everett did not have a Primary. He won the General Election on November 8, 2016 by a wide margin with 26,311 votes (60.46%) against Democrat turned Unaffiliated opponent Mary Parker for the third time
  • 2014 – Everett won another Republican Primary on June 24, 2014, winning with 5,433 votes (70.9%); and again won the three-way November 4, 2014 general election with 20,396 votes (55.4%) against Democratic nominee Mary Parker and Libertarian candidate Lynn Weitzel.
  • 2012 – When District 22 incumbent Republican Representative Ken Summers ran for Colorado Senate, Everett ran in the June 26, 2012 Republican primary, winning with 3,664 votes (64.9%); and won the three-way November 6, 2012 general election with 23,117 votes (52.3%) against Democratic nominee Mary Parker and Libertarian candidate Lynn Weitzel.
  • 2006 – When incumbent Republican Senator Norma Anderson retired and left the Senate District 22 seat open, Everett ran in the three-way August 8, 2006 Republican primary but lost to Mike Kopp; Kopp went on to win the November 7, 2006 general election against Democratic nominee Paula Noonan.
  • 71st General Assembly Committees (2017-18)

    1. House Appropriations
    2. House Education
    3. House Public Health Care & Human Services

    70th General Assembly Committees (2015-16)

    1. House Appropriations
    2. House Education
    3. House Public Health Care & Human Services

    69th General Assembly Committees (2013-14)

    1. House Education
    2. House Public Health Care & Human Services
    3. House Transportation & Energy

    Politics

    Everett is considered one of the most conservative, pro-liberty, pro-freedom legislators. He finished #1 in the Principles of Liberty (POL) Scorecard in 2013, 2014, and 2015. He was also one of the top scorers in the Colorado Union of Taxpayers (CUT) ratings in 2013, 2014 and 2015. The American Conservative Union also rates Everett at the top with a 100% rating in 2014, and 2015. He was also the winner of the Goldwater Award from the Republican Liberty Caucus in 2013.

    References

    Justin Everett Wikipedia