Sen. Greg Brophy Campaigns Across Western Slope
KREX News Room
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. Sen. Greg Brophy is campaigning across the Western Slope, talking about why he believes Coloradans should elect him as the next governor.
Brophy is meeting with community leaders and residents, to discuss where the state is going and which direction he wants to take it.
He hopes to earn support from the Western Slope and wants to tell folks about his experience as a farmer and legislator.
If elected, Brophy hopes to roll back on gun bills and the energy bill.
He also wants to unify the western and eastern parts of the state, "I get what it's like to feel that the Denver folks don't listen to us and don't care about our issues. I'm running to be governor of all of Colorado, I really get it. I love the Front Range and all the amenities that are there, but I'm a rural guy through and through and understand rural interests and rural culture, and I'll be a representative for all of the state," he told NewsChannel 5.
At 6:00 pm on Thursday, Brophy will attend Congressman Tipton's Town Hall, located at 501 Palmer Street, Room #234, Delta, Co.
Friday, Sept. 6 Schedule:
- 9 am: Meet and Greet at Starvin Arvin's in Clifton
- 12:00 pm: Jerry's Outdoor Sports
- 3:00 pm: Colorado Mesa University College Republicans
- 5:30 pm: Club 20 Steak Fry, 3073 F Rd