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Barrett Rothe

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Barrett Rothe
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Candidate for
Colorado State Senate District 14
PartyIndependent
Education
High schoolCherry Creek High School, 2005
Bachelor'sUniversity of Northern Colorado, 2009
Master'sUniversity of Colorado - Denver, 2011
Websites
Campaign website
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Barrett Rothe was a 2012 Unaffiliated candidate for District 14 of the Colorado State Senate.

Rothe earned his BA from the University of Northern Colorado in 2009. After graduating, he taught public speaking at the university for the School of Communication. Rothe then moved to Fort Collins to open a coffee shop at the Colorado State University College of Business. In 2011, he received his MPA from the University of Colorado - Denver.[1]

Issues

Campaign themes

2012

Rothe's campaign website listed the following issues:[2]

  • Economic Development
Excerpt: "Economic development should be priority one for the state government. If we do not work tirelessly to promote economic growth and make Colorado a better place to do business, we will not be able to fund the many things we want for the future of our state."
  • Education
Excerpt: "Education is the silver bullet. It can fight crime and poverty. It can lead our state to innovation, clean energy production, high-tech industry, global leadership, and small-business success."
  • Public Safety and Crime Prevention
Excerpt: "We will help the Colorado State Patrol meet its goal of zero highway deaths by 2025 by funding the installation of speed enforcement zone monitors along the I-25 and I-70 corridor. These zones will help alleviate the burden on state patrol officers, allowing them to focus on providing emergency services, DUI checkpoints, and highway safety programs."
  • Energy Innovation
Excerpt: "Our energy policy should be a comprehensive, "all of the above" approach. Domestic energy production should be encouraged and we should reduce our energy consumption. We must also reduce our dependence on foreign sources of energy and examine what kind of strategic energy future we want for Colorado. If we subsidize any energy production we must see a return on our investment of tax dollars in the form of affordable energy that meets our long-term energy goals."
  • Protecting our Natural Resources
Excerpt: "Fort Collins residents have spoken clearly time and time again that they want their city and state to have the cleanest air and water possible, and we must keep that mandate a priority for Colorado. From promoting clean energy alternatives to prohibiting emissions and water contamination, we can meet the needs of today while protecting our responsibility for tomorrow."

Elections

2012

See also: Colorado State Senate elections, 2012

Rothe ran in the 2012 election for Colorado State Senate District 14. Rothe was defeated by John Kefalas (D) in the general election on November 6, 2012.[3][4]

Colorado State Senate, District 14, General Election, 2012
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Democratic Green check mark transparent.pngJohn Kefalas 57.9% 46,673
     Republican Syndi Anderson 35.9% 28,874
     Libertarian Jeff Johnston 3.9% 3,166
     Independent Barrett Rothe 2.3% 1,828
Total Votes 80,541

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References

  1. [Bio submission to Ballotpedia, August 7, 2012]
  2. Campaign website, The Issues
  3. Colorado Secretary of State, - 2012 Primary Candidate List
  4. Colorado Secretary of State, Official Primary Election Results