State of Colorado Archives: on Budget & Economy

Ryan Frazier: Pro-job growth, pro-balanced budget, & pro-worker

Washington DC has been more focused on the game instead of working for the people & protecting our great nation's future. When Washington has lost focus on our priorities as well as its purpose... it's time to take a stand!

We can be better, we can do better, and the road forward is to reignite the American spirit. Our very livelihoods depend on it.

Our way is through each of us doing our part by climbing past life's difficulties with opportunity to make a life for our families and ourselves. You know best how to live your life; I know best how to live mine. Our government's role is to uphold our constitution, and provide equal protections and access to opportunity under the law.

I'm pro-job growth, pro-balanced budget, and pro-worker. Common sense and a straightforward approach is part of the fabric of America's progress. It's well overdue for real fiscal responsibility and accountability all while having a balanced budget that stops the run-away federal debt that exceeds $19 trillion

Source: 2016 Colorado Senate campaign website Feb 3, 2016

Tim Neville: Stop robbing from future generations

It's time to stop robbing from future generations. With our nation approaching $19 TRILLION in debt, government must learn to live within its means. I believe that if businesses and families have to cut spending when they have less money, so should state government. If elected to the U.S. Senate, I will never vote for an unbalanced budget, and will lead the fight to slash federal spending.
Source: 2016 Colorado Senate campaign website, Oct 9, 2015

John Hickenlooper: Increase budget reserves; extend job-creation tax credit

The governor used the annual address to make 19 different "asks" of lawmakers. The governor will support legislation and seek approval from the General Assembly this year to: