Centennial – Arapahoe County Commissioner for District 2, Nancy Sharpe will launch her campaign to be re-elected with an event on Tuesday, February 25. The kickoff event will take place at the Tavern DTC from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Constituents, elected officials, community leaders, and friends supporting Sharpe’s candidacy, will attend to celebrate her vision for another four years of prosperity and safety in Arapahoe County.
Known for her fiscal responsibility, care for the community and intense work ethic, Commissioner Sharpe is currently running unopposed as the Republican candidate for Arapahoe County Commissioner of the Second District. As a commissioner, she has worked to enhance economic prosperity and community safety for her constituents and pledges to continue her good work for the next four years if elected.
From 2011 to the present, Nancy’s results-oriented leadership has:
- Structurally balanced a $300 million dollar county budget
- Created an environment that supports a thriving employer base
- Funded vital road improvements like I-25/Arapahoe Road & Arapahoe Road east of Parker Road
- Worked to preserve and enhance open spaces, parks and trails including greater access to the Cherry Creek and the Highline Canal Trails
- Developed county regulations that support responsible energy development
“If re-elected, I pledge to keep this pro-jobs, pro-family momentum going. Keeping us safe, prosperous and efficient in Arapahoe County will continue to be my priorities. Working in our county for more than three years, I know how to keep costs low, create an environment that attracts businesses and protect the community. I promise to use my experience to deliver real results for the hardworking people of this district. I will continue to be your advocate and fiscal guard working tirelessly to keep us on this successful path.” said Commissioner Sharpe.
Commissioner Sharpe is the Arapahoe County Commissioner for District 2, and was Mayor of Greenwood Village from 2003-2011. She chaired the Arapahoe County Board of County Commissioners in 2012. Sharpe currently chairs the Colorado Counties Inc. Human Services Steering Committee and Metro Area County Commissioners. Her advocacy for the most vulnerable resulted in an appointment to represent all 64 Colorado counties on the Elder Abuse Task Force and Public Guardianship Task Force.
Nancy lives in Greenwood Village with husband and youngest daughter.