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Meet the candidates: House District 62

Election 2020
Posted at 4:44 PM, Oct 14, 2020
and last updated 2020-10-14 18:44:32-04

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House District 62
House District 62

The candidates in this upcoming General Election for House District 62 are Donald Valdez (D) and Logan Taggart (R).

We sent out a questionnaire to the candidates regarding the recovery of COVID-19 economic impacts, legislation they hope to introduce and what they think should be done to help fund our schools. Here are the responses:

Donald Valdez

Donald Valdez
Donald Valdez

Q: How should the General Assembly work to recover from the economic impacts of COVID-19?

A: We need to help out our small business and jump start rural communities in Colorado.

Q: If elected, what is one piece of legislation you hope to introduce and why?

A: I’m working to introduce a sustainable energy policy.

Q: School funding has become a topic of discussion in recent years- what do you think needs to be done to fund our schools?

A: We need to fully fund our schools and educate our children now more than ever.

Logan Taggart

Logan Taggart has not provided answers or a picture at this time.

Q: How should the General Assembly work to recover from the economic impacts of COVID-19?

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Q: If elected, what is one piece of legislation you hope to introduce and why?

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Q: School funding has become a topic of discussion in recent years- what do you think needs to be done to fund our schools?

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Fri, Oct. 9: First Ballots Mailed Out to Colorado Voters; Ballot Drop-Offs Open

Mon, Oct. 12: Last Day to Register to Vote Via Registration Drive

Mon, Oct. 19: Some Voter Polling & Service Centers Open (See County Clerk's Office for locations)

Mon, Oct. 26: Last Day to Register to Vote and Receive a Mailed Ballot

Fri. Oct. 30: Additional Voter Polling & Service Centers Open (See County Clerk's Office for locations)

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Thu, Nov. 12: Military/Overseas Ballot Due Delivered by Date

Fri, Nov. 13: Deadline for Counties to Tabulate All Ballots

Thu, Dec. 3: Last Day for Counties to Report Results

Thu, Dec. 10: Last Day to Complete a Recount