Stephany Rose Spaulding

Stephany Rose Spaulding

Colorado District 05






Rev. Dr. Stephany Rose Spaulding is uniquely prepared to represent Colorado’s 5th Congressional District.  As a minister and educator with strong relationships with a broad range of communities across the district, Stephany understands the concerns and needs of her district.  

Stephany Rose Spaulding knows that Colorado’s 5th Congressional District has some of the lowest unemployment rates in the nation. But she also has examined the data closely, and Stephany recognizes that communities of color, single women with children and rural residents experience unemployment and underemployment at higher rates. This is why she supports legislation that will guarantee wage equity, paid family leave and access to affordable childcare.  For the residents of her district to fully achieve financial security, there must be a strong commitment to fully fund public schools and provide internet access to rural communities. Regardless of zip code or income level, learners deserve educational opportunities designed for their lifelong success.

At a time of hyper-partisanship in Washington, Stephany will be a leader who stands for what is just and right while searching for common ground to deliver much needed results for her diverse constituency.  

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