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.”Read More
"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."Read More
“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.”Read More
As a member of Necrosearch International, I participate on cases from Federal level to local level. We are volunteers that give our time and knowledge to helping law enforcement colve cases and bring closure to families. This is a letter from the DAs office for a case I participated on.Read More
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“After three years of state legislation banning the practice getting stymied before it could reach a vote in the state senate ... action on a local level was pivotal,” Titone said in a statement.Read More