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Kerry Donovan
KerrySpeech.jpg
Donovan in 2018.
Member of the Colorado Senate
from the 5th district
Assumed office
January 7, 2015
Preceded byGail Schwartz
Personal details
Political partyDemocratic

Kerry Donovan is a Colorado State Senator representing Senate District 5. She currently represents Chaffee, Delta, Eagle, Gunnison, Hinsdale, Lake and Pitkin counties. Kerry Donovan is the Vice-Chair of the Senate Audit Committee, and sits on the Senate Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Energy Committee as well as the Senate Local Government Committee.

Biography

Since assuming office in 2015, Senator Kerry Donovan has succeeded in her efforts to work beyond party lines while advocating for the Central Mountain Region of Colorado. Known in the Senate as being detail-oriented and a creative problem-solver, she has focused on advocating for public lands, bridging the rural-digital divide, and leveling the playing field for all Coloradans. She was recognized as the 2015 Legislator of the Year by Colorado Community College System.

Donovan, born and raised in Vail, Colorado, attended the University of Notre Dame earning a Bachelor of Science, pre-professional degree with a focus on anthropology.[1] Kerry runs her family ranch just up the road from Edwards. The Donovan family has owned Copper Bar Ranch since the early 1980s, although the land's history extends back to the Homestead Act. The Copper Bar Ranch is a small business that is focused on proven homesteading practices. Donovan raises Highland Cattle, has a number of garden plots that produce vegetables for area restaurants, a noisy flock of chickens, as well as horses and mules and lastly, her dog Gary, rounds out the ranch.

Kerry has served a term on the Vail Town Council. While on town council, she has focused on conservation, historic character preservation, fiscal responsibility, and economic growth. She was elected in 2009, and as a top vote-getter, won a four-year term. Previously, she has served on various other town commissions and on other non-profit boards.[1]

Kerry also volunteers for a variety of causes and groups. Her main volunteer focus is a group called the Talon Crew, which consists of hundreds of people who volunteer to put on the world cup ski race in the Eagle Valley each winter.[1]

Colorado State Senate

2015 Legislative Session

State Senator Kerry Donovan talks with Governor Hickenlooper during a bill signing.
State Senator Kerry Donovan talks with Governor Hickenlooper during a bill signing.

In 2015, Donovan was elected into the Colorado State Senate. She was assigned to Senate Agriculture, Natural Resources and Energy Committee[2] and the Senate Local Government[3] committee.

2019 Legislative Session

State Senator Kerry Donovan stated on the Senate floor that all three of the County Commissioners, and the Sheriff of Chaffee County wrote her a letter[4] stating they were "not opposed" to HB2019-1177. She also claimed that none of them were pursuing "Second Amendment Sanctuary Status". The Sheriff has stated in public[5] that Donovan totally misstated his position, that he is opposed to the bill, and is interested in having Chaffee County pursue such status.

References

  1. ^ a b c "Kerry Donovan for Colorado State Senate District 5". donovanforsd5.com. Retrieved 2016-04-07.
  2. ^ "Senate Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Energy | Colorado Legislative Council". www.colorado.gov. Retrieved 2016-04-26.
  3. ^ "Senate Local Government | Colorado Legislative Council". www.colorado.gov. Retrieved 2016-04-26.
  4. ^ "Letter to Colorado State Senate | Chaffee County Board of Commissioners and County Sheriff" (PDF). www.chaffeecounty.org. Retrieved 2019-03-25.
  5. ^ "Speech on Senate Floor | Town Hall Meeting in Chaffee County". www.youtube.com. Retrieved 2019-03-25.

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