Joe Neguse

Colorado District 2: Who’s the Republican running against Joe Neguse?

Colorado’s 2nd congressional district remains a solid Democratic seat, even as redistricting shifted its boundaries westward to include Routt County. The last time a Republican held this seat was in the 1970s. And with its new borders, the district has a +34 Democratic advantage, according to the average of eight previous elections.
Picture for Colorado District 2: Who’s the Republican running against Joe Neguse?
Summit Daily News

U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse visits planned Breckenridge housing site

U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse stopped by Breckenridge Friday, May 6, to visit a planned workforce housing site along with Summit County and Breckenridge officials. The “Justice Center parcel project,” as town officials have unofficially dubbed it, will provide the town with 52 workforce housing units. “It’s exciting,” Neguse...
Picture for U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse visits planned Breckenridge housing site

Veterans share VA concerns with U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse during Longmont visit

Colorado Congressman Joe Neguse on Monday visited American Legion Post 32 in Longmont, where he heard from several service members about the obstacles they have faced while dealing with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. More than a dozen veterans joined Neguse for the roundtable discussion, and most in attendance...

Rep. Joe Neguse introduces bills to support gun violence survivors, prevent mass shootings

Rep. Joe Neguse introduced a package of bills Tuesday designed to prevent mass shootings and provide resources to victims, especially workers, who survive. “The legislation that we are announcing today is born from the deep anguish that we feel at each of these tragedies and the deep desire we have to ensure that each of these tragedies don’t happen again,” the Boulder Democrat said during a press conference at the #BoulderStrong Resource Center, which was set up to support survivors from the March 2021 King Soopers shooting.
Colorado Daily

U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse visit NCAR Fire burn area

Editor’s note: This article has been updated to consistently spell U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet’s last name in photo captions. A little more than two weeks after the NCAR Fire, U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet and U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse looked over the burn area and saw green growth already beginning to replace the blackened ground.

The GMS Podcast: Caucus Conundrum (feat. Rep. Joe Neguse)

This week in episode 102 of the Get More Smarter Podcast, hosts Jason Bane and Ian Silverii examine the results of a very strange weekend for Colorado Republicans at their county assemblies. Later, we talk with Congressman Joe Neguse (D-Boulderish) about campaigning in a newly-redrawn congressional district; chairing the U.S....
Estes Park Trail Gazette

Congressman Joe Neguse Unveils “Opportunity for All” Education Agenda to Support a Fair Shot for All Colorado Students Pre-K through College

This week Congressman Joe Neguse unveiled his “Opportunity for All” Education Agenda to support a fair shot for all students pre-k through college and advance upward mobility for Coloradans. The “Opportunity for All” Agenda was developed from countless conversations with students, teachers, parents, child care workers, schools board members and universities across the 2nd Congressional District to address the challenges faced by Coloradans and ensure every student is offered equal opportunity to succeed. The plan would lower child care costs and enact universal preschool for 3 and 4-year-olds, ensuring every child has access to high-quality early education; address teacher attrition and underfunded special education programs at K-12 schools, and help every college student obtain a college degree that best prepares them for the future. As the father of a three-year-old, Congressman Neguse has seen firsthand the impacts of high-quality early childhood in his own daughter’s life and as a former CU Regent, the Congressman brings years of experience working to make college more affordable and accessible to his work in Congress and to the development of this agenda.

Rep. Joe Neguse Tests Positive For COVID-19

(CBS4) — U.S. Rep. Joe Neguse, who represents Colorado’s 2nd District, says he has tested positive for COVID-19. Rep. Joe Neguse (credit: CBS) “Quick update on the health front — I’ve tested positive for COVID. Grateful to be experiencing only mild symptoms thanks to the vaccine & booster,” Neguse tweeted. Neguse said he will be working remotely for the time being. “Also, get vaccinated!” he added.