I have deep roots in our state. My grandfather owned a shoe store in Greeley in the 1930s. I was born one of three brothers, and I worked my way through high school, college, and law school. I’m a career prosecutor, first at the Department of Justice, and then as District Attorney for Weld County. I’ve sought and gained justice on behalf of hundreds of victims of crimes. I’ve represented eastern Colorado in the United States House of Representatives since 2015, and I’ve voted conservatively, with a host of perfect or near-perfect scores from organizations like Heritage or FreedomWorks. I’ve also been able to pass legislation for our state, like designating the Amache site a national historic site.