These pressing economic times require a County Commissioner with the executive experience to promote “job friendly” policies for our region; prudently manage the County’s $324 million budget; and protect the quality of life of our families.
Endorsed by 4 past District 2 County Commissioners
“Nancy Sharpe brings executive credibility to the job; she’s simply the most qualified.”
John Brackney, Tom Eggert, Jim Dyer, Bernie Zimmer
Endorsed by Founders of the City of Centennial
“We need Nancy Sharpe’s pro-jobs leadership in Arapahoe County.”
John Brackney, Randy Pye, Brian Vogt
Endorsed by State Senator Nancy Spence
“Nancy Sharpe is a trusted, responsive, collaborative smart leader.”
The Facts vs the Smear
Comments on the Recent Attacks by my Opponent
Being pro-jobs is being pro-family. Nancy Sharpe unapologetically places jobs as her top priority. Our communities need a stable employer base to thrive and give citizens the jobs they need to support their families.
Whether in her own family life, in business, or in her work as Mayor, Nancy Sharpe is committed to fiscal discipline, government living within its means, local control, and budgeting conservatively.
As Mayor, Nancy Sharpe eliminated all city debt, created a rainy day fund, and reduced spending while maintaining service levels.
Efficient transportation translates into quality of life, safety and cost savings. Nancy Sharpe is the only candidate who has led regional teams to improve transportation on the I-25 urban corridor, all under budget and on time. Nancy uses her expertise to protect neighborhoods and property values while implementing traffic solutions.
Nancy Sharpe is committed to keeping families safe, honoring our commitments to seniors and veterans, and protecting parks and open space. As Mayor, Nancy enacted the toughest sex offender residency restriction legislation in Colorado, and she strongly supports the 2nd amendment.
Arapahoe County should continue to provide services to meet community needs, including: public safety, judicial support, roads and bridges.