Colorado elects first openly transgender person to state Legislature
Denver Post Voter Guide HD27
ARVADA, Colo. -- It was a call for which Brianna Titone had been waiting hours -- even days.
One of Colorado's closest races was finally decided Saturday afternoon as Republican candidate Vicky Pyne called Titone to congratulate Titone in the middle of her interview with FOX31.
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I was happy to be transparent and complete the Denver Post voter guide. I’m not afraid to answer tough questions, but my opponent was and never returned the questionnaire.
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“It has never been more important than it is now that we elect people who are willing to do the right thing,” Titone told the crowded room. “I’m one of those candidates.”
A video on education
Brianna Titone has a long history of service and helping others, and she’s not slowing down anytime soon.
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In this video Brianna shares her thoughts on the importance of Education in Colorado.
I was interviewed to contribute to this story on the evolution of equality in Colorado since we hit a low point and Amendment 2 in 1992.
In my own words
It’s all about the issues important to the voters.
CBS4 Interview with Shaun Boyd
In this video I say a bit about what drives me to run for office and a bit about the volunteer service I’ve done that lead me here.
WestWord Article, 8/17/18
While she recognizes the historic nature of her candidacy, she says that’s not what she’s focused on, “My job as a candidate is to talk about issues… education funding is the number one issue people are talking about, also transportation funding. I have a lot of experience; I have a lot of knowledge that really comes to table and I want to use those skills. I think people will see me as someone who really wants work together… and not play identity politics.”
The Daily Beast Article 8/10/18
"We know that the voters are the important people in this election," she says. "It's not me. I don't have all the answers. I want to hear their ideas and hear their stories and have those conversations and find out where we have intersections in our beliefs and our goals. The only way to really get there is to have productive conversations."
Letter from Jefferson County DA
“The 2018 election is full of potential transgender firsts.
Amelia Marquez would be the first openly transgender state legislator in Montana. Brianna Titone could set the same precedent in the Colorado State House. And all the way in Guam, Lasia Casil will make history if she wins her race for a seat on the legislature of the United States territory.”
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