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Meet My New Treasurer!

Hello,
 
My name is Morris Price, and I’m Robin’s new treasurer.  The benefit of my diverse professional experiences has shown me that there is room for everyone in public service and I appreciate the opportunity to play a role in our democratic process. Being a treasurer is a part of the public trust and at a time when trust remains one of the most important parts of the campaign. 
 
I’m writing today to introduce myself, but I want to start with an important ask. Robin is taking steps to run a grassroots campaign that will reach all of Denver, by getting a voter outreach plan in place. Can you make a contribution today to help fund her campaign?

I am a proud Denver native and graduate of Denver Public Schools. Robin’s re-election campaign is the perfect intersection of growth and opportunity with her experience, advocacy and vision. Her authenticity can be seen in how she engages with diverse constituents across multiple neighborhoods tackling issues that range from homelessness and housing to LGBT civil rights and a belief in an inclusive community.

Denver is in a unique period in its development and it requires a compassionate and seasoned leader to understand how to navigate the systems and issues that face us. Where some may see challenges, a true leader sees opportunity. Robin’s tenure on City Council, during the time she has served, has provided her with both the perspective and the experience to ensure Denver’s diverse communities can benefit from this incredible period of growth and change.   

Together, let’s create the Denver we envision. Please make a contribution today so Robin can continue championing the issues that matter to us all. 

I am as excited about Denver today as I was when I returned back in 1996, and her leadership is one of the reasons for the excitement. 

Sincerely,
Morris Price
Treasurer 

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