Steve House Discusses ‘Making Our Colorado Communities Stronger’ with Elected Local Leaders

(Brighton, Colorado) — Steve House, the Republican nominee to represent Colorado’s 6th Congressional District of the United States Congress will host a live virtual event – Friday April 24th 2020 from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm to  discusses how local communities can help improve the lives of Colorado families. Topics will include: Affordable healthcare solutions, removing cumbersome regulation, local control of education and the support for improved infrastructure.

Joining Steve in this important conversation to make Colorado a stronger and safer place to raise our families will be Centennial Mayor Stephanie Piko, Mayor Greg Mills of Brighton and Aurora City Councilmember Dave Gruber.

“We are joined together as Coloradans, by our neighborhoods and communities, schools and churches and by our united desire to raise our children and live our lives fully, safely and free of unwanted intrusion of government,” Steve House said. “The foundation of a better and stronger Colorado begins with ensuring that our local communities are healthy and happy.”

Join us for this in a series of Virtual Town Hall Events with Steve House, Friday April 24th 2020 from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm.

A life-long advocate, successful entrepreneur, trained engineer and innovative healthcare expert, Steve House presents a groundbreaking vision of economic development for Colorado that partners with high-tech companies, wealth managers and the federal government to create a boom in new construction, entrepreneurship, advanced education and homeownership.

Steve House has outlined many bold ideas for Colorado at his website