Primary 2018: Q&As with candidates for treasurer of Colorado

Staff Report
Posted 6/12/18

Both Republicans and Democrats have a choice to make on this year's primary ballot regarding which candidate they would like to see on the general ballot this November.

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Primary 2018: Q&As with candidates for treasurer of Colorado

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Editor's Note: Colorado Community Media reached out to Polly Lawrence, a Republican candidate for state treasurer, and her campaign, multiple times by phone and email. Lawrence could not be reached to respond to our questionnaire.

Both Republicans and Democrats have a choice to make on this year's primary ballot regarding which candidate they would like to see on the general ballot this November.

MORE: To see candidates for governor, click here

The duties of the Colorado Treasurer’s office include, investing Colorado’s tax dollars, overseeing the unclaimed property division, which distributes property back to its lawful owners, and serving on the board of our Public Employee Retirement Association (PERA).

Below are links to Q and A's for candidates from both parties.

Republicans

Justin Everett — Small financial business owner from Columbine. 

Brian Watson — Founder and CEO of a real-estate investment company from Denver. 

Democrats

Bernard Douthit — Financial business consultant and small business owner from Denver.

Dave Young —  Retired middle-school math teacher and current state representative of House District 50.

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