Greg sirvió en la fuerza aérea de los Estados Unidos y se ha apartado de la Junta Directiva de varias organizaciones y negocios en Colorado. Él es visto como un líder de la comunidad con experiencia como alcalde, Gerente de la ciudad. Además dirige su propio negocio local de restaurantes.......
Cuando se trata de liderazgo es una cuestión de confianza y rendición de cuentas....
Colorado es un gran estado con mucha diversidad. Greg es un miembro de la comunidad hispana de Colorado y ha demostrado luchar a través de cada obstáculo, incluso cuando las probabilidades se apilan en su contra.......
Transporte – seguridad para el comercio, nuestras familias y Turismo
Mantener y mejorar las carreteras en nuestro gran estado es de vital importancia para nuestra economía. Cada artículo que es comprado por cada coloradan es entregado por el carro, que requiere que nuestros caminos de los Estados sean mantenidos seguros por su condición mantenida. La industria turística en nuestro estado también exige que se mejore la infraestructura con un ojo hacia un comercio sano y que los visitantes regresen.
Como gobernador, voy a revisar y abogar por las ideas que considero que son los mejores aspectos no negociables de la salud de transporte de Colorado. Con el presupuesto 2018 del actual gobernador que envía dólares del transporte al bloque que taja, nunca ignoraré o jugaré a la política con el transporte. Hoy, esos recortes ponen nuestra infraestructura de transporte y los que responden sobre ella, detrás de la proverbial "bola ocho". En mi guardia como su gobernador, esto no va a suceder.
I’ve always believed the 2nd Amendment contains the most powerful 27 words assembled within the Bill of Rights. Some of the world’s greatest preventable tragedies exacted through tyranny, were aided by government policies that seized guns from the citizenry. Chief among the reasons why our population is secure today, can be credited to the 2nd Amendment. We own 88 guns per 100 citizens, and I will always protect the right to keep and bear arms. To mention two areas of key importance to me:
1. National Carry Reciprocity: All states respect another states driver’s license, they should all respect another states concealed carry permits.
2. Allow military personnel to carry concealed or have open-carry on bases, and at recruiting centers: Our men and women in the armed forces have the best firearms training in the world, as do our police. Terrorists have targeted military recruiting centers, and we should trust our military personnel to be armed, as we trust our men and women in law enforcement.
New laws which serve to restrict law-abiding gun owners do not serve Colorado, nor do they serve America. Where crime is concerned, we should faithfully enforce laws already on the books. The highest crime rates in America happen to be in cities that also have the most strict “gun control” provisions: Chicago, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Detroit, New York City, and Los Angeles. The 2nd Amendment is clear, and you can always count on my support to preserve this essential right.
As Governor, I will work closely with our state’s top health officials, our Congressional Delegation, and others to ensure we work together on the common goal of implementing a quality healthcare system for all of Colorado. Today, our state is watching a national debate whose outcome is uncertain. It could result in a new policy, or remain the same. Each outcome presents specific challenges. As Governor, my priority is to advocate for you wherever this debate leads, including the halls of Congress and the Colorado Statehouse.
Along with being affordable it must be available and accessible through an efficient delivery system, regardless of your zip code. Of Colorado’s nearly 5.5 million residents, approximately 2.7 million of them live outside of the Denver-metro area, in less populous counties throughout our state’s vast 104,000 square miles. It is vital that our rural communities also have the medical facilities necessary to take care of our farmers and ranchers and surrounding citizens. Choices. Ease of access. Efficiency of use. My mission is to do everything in my power to have our state’s healthcare not become a burden to the very people it is designed to help.
I pledge to – Improve All Sectors in All Geographies
Our state’s economy comprises diverse industries such as food and agriculture, ranching, manufacturing, tourism and outdoor recreation, energy and natural resources, craft brewing, recreational marijuana and creative industries. As Governor, I will continually highlight the need for innovation, and drawing new industries to Colorado. But most importantly, I will foster growth by surrounding business in all regions of our state with an environment in which they may not only grow, but also stabilize and sustain themselves to benefit their surrounding communities. I pledge to – Develop Opportunities for All Talents and Abilities
As Governor and chief advocate for Colorado’s citizens, I will double our efforts to promote an environment – within and outside of our state – that creates job opportunities for individuals with varied level of skills and education. A good paying job allows someone to provide for their family and plan for their future. Quality of life is tied directly to the opportunities we seize, how well they fit with our talents, and the degree to which we apply those talents to earn a solid living. I will be a tireless advocate for bringing more jobs and opportunities to Colorado, and am excited to present to you how that will happen in the days and weeks to come.
Water – Preserving Our Rights, Planning for Our Future
There is an old saying “Whiskey is for drinking; water is for fighting”. While the history of water in Colorado can be complicated, what matters is meeting our needs today, and the years to come. Water coordination is not just important in our state, but also to the inter-state compacts of which Colorado is a part. As Governor, I will commit to examining every angle that affects the present and future of Colorado’s water. I pledge to conduct a thorough review of the Colorado Water Plan generated by the Colorado Water Conservation Board – and work very closely with them, the Colorado Water Congress, and to listen to the many voices that sit on Colorado’s regional basin roundtables. Looking at innovative water management or water supply projects will be key.
When we take steps to secure our water resources for today and future demands, I will make sure that each step we take together, will be a step up. Since statehood and before, water has been essential to our way of life. Without water, there can be no life. Today, all Coloradans’ need to recognize how essential water is to our homes, health, and property.
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