Today, former deputy district attorney Matt Gray announced his candidacy for the office of State Representative for House District 33 in the 2016 election. House District 33 includes the City and County of Broomfield, the Town of Superior, and a portion of the Town of Erie.
“I believe there is a bright future ahead for Broomfield, Superior and Erie.” said Gray. “I’m excited to begin a conversation with citizens throughout our community about what we can accomplish together. It’s time to work hard to build a great state for all Coloradans.”
State Representative Dianne Primavera, who currently represents House District 33 said: “I am pleased to endorse Matt Gray as candidate for House District 33. Matt has been a part of our community and has helped me serve it for years. He knows the district and will champion our shared progressive values.”
Boulder District Attorney Stan Garnett added: “I am thrilled that Matt Gray is running for the Colorado House of Representatives. As a former prosecutor, Matt knows how to be strong, yet fair, in the name of justice. Matt is a smart, committed Democrat with a passion for public service. He will serve the People of Colorado well.”
Joe Neguse, former University of Colorado Regent said: “I’m proud to call Matt Gray a friend, and would be even prouder to call him my State Representative. Matt is a dedicated public servant committed to bettering the lives of his neighbors, and will serve the residents of House District 33 well. Andrea and I are honored to endorse his campaign.”
Matt Gray is a former deputy district attorney who prosecuted domestic violence, assaults, robberies and other crimes in the Seventeenth Judicial District. Matt now works in private practice focusing on public finance, where he helps local governments build schools, improve roads, and secure open space throughout Colorado.
Matt is deeply committed to the local community, serving as vice-chair of the Adams County Youth Initiative serving children in Broomfield and Adams County. Matt is also the chair of the Broomfield Board of Equalization, which works to make sure that citizens and property owners aren't over-taxed.
Matt lives in Broomfield with his wife Katie and daughter Ellie and enjoys running, reading, and being eternally optimistic about the Broncos.