|Colorado State Senate, District 22|
|2007 - October 21, 2011|
|Base salary||$30,000 per year|
|Per diem||$45/$99 per day|
|Elections and appointments|
|Last election||November 2, 2010|
|Term limits||8 years|
|Bachelor's||North Central University-Minneapolis|
|Master's||University of Colorado (2007)|
Kopp earned his BA in Ministry from North Central University-Minneapolis. He is currently attending the University of Colorado.
Kopp was a Clerk of Detention and Deportation for the United States Border Patrol. He also served as a Sergeant in the United States Army. He was also a part of the Fire Fighting Crew for the National Park Services. He is currently Principal of Forward Think Strategies.
Kopp's sponsored legislation included:
- SB 10-191 - Quality Instruction Through Educator Effectiveness 
B.J. Nikkel and Kopp co-sponsored the Health Care Opportunity and Patient Empowerment (HOPE) bill.
The measure would authorize the state of Colorado to collaborate with other states to create an interstate compact opting out of federal laws regulating health care.
In the 2011-2012 legislative session, Kopp served on these committees:
- Executive Committee of the Legislative Council, Colorado General Assembly
- Legislative Council Committee, Colorado General Assembly
In the 2009-2010 legislative session, Kopp served on these committees:
Early speculation about the 2014 election for Governor of Colorado has Kopp on a short list of possible Republican challengers to incumbent Gov. John Hickenlooper (D), who faces re-election in 2014.
- See also: Colorado State Senate elections, 2010
Kopp sought re-election to the 22nd District seat in 2010. He was uncontested in the primary. He defeated Mike Daniels (D) in the November 2 general election.
|Colorado State Senate, District 22 General election (2010)|
|Mike Kopp (R)||35,155|
|Mike Daniels (D)||20,851|
Kopp raised $84,094 for his campaign, while Noonan raised $308,317.
|Colorado State Senate, District 22 (2006)|
|Mike Kopp (R)||27,024|
|Paula E. Noonan (D)||24,092|
In 2010, Kopp raised $55,173 in contributions. 
His three largest contributors were:
|Copic Insurance Small Donor Committee||$2,000|
|Colorado Medical Society||$1,400|
|Colorado Association Of Realtors Small Donor Committee||$1,000|
In 2006, Kopp collected $84,094 in donations.
His two largest contributors in 2006 were:
|Colorado Rural Electric Association||$2,400|
|Senate Majority Fund||$1,000|
Kopp commented on a new website generated by the Republican Party in October 2010. He said the Web site, www.SolutionsForColorado.com would give a place for the public to articulate their ideas while giving lawmakers a window into the real world as they put together a legislative agenda for 2011.
“Our 2011 legislative agenda has been crafted through discussions we have had with taxpayers and employers across the state,” said Kopp. “This website is a direct result of our desire to have a clearing house for private-sector ideas aimed at getting spending under control and the economy up and running.”
The Senate Minority Office, which designed, launched and will monitor the website.
Kopp and his wife, Kimberly, have four children. She died in 2011, prompting Kopp's resignation from the Senate.
- Mike Kopp's personal website
- Official Colorado State Senate website of Senator Mike Kopp
- Project Vote Smart legislative profile
- Project Vote Smart biography of Senator Mike Kopp
- Campaign Contributions: 2010, 2008 2006
- Mike Kopp on Facebook
- Mike Kopp on Twitter
- "Senate GOP gets show on the road with Mike Kopp at the wheel," Colorado News Agency, July 21, 2010</ref>
- ↑ Denver Post, "State Sen. Kopp resigning as family duties call in wake of wife's death," October 25, 2011
- ↑ Colorado News Agency, "Teacher's Union Shaken, Allies Divided by Passage of Tenure Reform," May 12, 2010
- ↑ "Health care compact proposal wins first round," Colorado News Agency, Apr 26th, 2011
- ↑ [http://kdvr.com/2012/11/20/schaffer-beauprez-brophy-keeping-2014-options-open/ Fox31 Denver, " Schaffer, Beauprez, Brophy keeping 2014 options open," November 20, 2012]
- ↑ 2006 general election results, Colorado
- ↑ Colorado Senate spending, 2006
- ↑ 2010 contributions
- ↑ 2006 contributions to Mike Kopp
- ↑ "GOP mines public input via Web to streamline state government," Colorado News Agency, October 7, 2010
|Colorado State Senate - District 22
2007–October 21, 2011
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