PUEBLO — The office of Gov. Jared Polis is hosting a constituent services table at the Colorado State Fair Friday, according to a press release.
The release said the office is hosting the table so Polis and Lt. Gov. Dianne Primavera can hear from Coloradans "across our state and support our farmers and ranchers."
"Since day one, my administration has been committed to helping create a Colorado for All and I'm proud of what we have been able to accomplish for hardworking families in the first eight months. There's no telling what we can accomplish together," Polis said in the release. "The State Fair is a celebration of our shared values and our rich history and I am delighted to have this opportunity."
The release said this is the first time a Colorado Governor's Office will host a constituent services table at the State Fair. The governor's director of Constituent Services will hold its open office hours from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Agriculture Pavilion.
The staff will inform Coloradans "about ways they can serve our state and have a say in the matters they care about." They will also tell Coloradans how they can apply to serve on boards and commissions.