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Sep 07 2019


Dominick Moreno – For Colorado Senate District 21




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↓ Skip to Main Content  * Home  * About Me  * Priorities  * District Map  * Contact  * Contribute# About Dominick**_" A Native Son To Get Things Done"_**My foremost interest is serving the community that raised me and shaped myvalues. I was born and raised in Commerce City. My grandparents settled inAdams County in the early 70’s after raising my mother and her siblings inSilverton, a small town in southwest Colorado. I learned early on the value ofhard work. My grandfather was a coal miner. My father was a truck driver forPublic Service (Xcel Energy) and later a janitor at Lester Arnold High School.My mother is a retired educator and taught Head Start for 25 years in ourcommunity. My siblings and I didn’t grow up with a lot other than the valuesour parents raised us with: to value education, to always respect and be kindto others and to give back to our community whenever possible. It’s thesevalues that continue to guide me.I took the values my parents instilled in me seriously. I attended our localpublic schools in Adams 14, starting at Central Elementary, continuing toKearney Middle School and finishing at Adams City High School where Igraduated valedictorian of my class. Raised in a household that valued anhonest day’s work, I spent my high school afternoons employed at the localDairy Queen on 64th Ave. Thanks to the help and guidance of amazing teachersand counselors I aimed high for college and was accepted into GeorgetownUniversity, one of our nation’s top universities. Knowing my family couldnever afford tuition at a private institution, I applied for multiplescholarships. After receiving generous local scholarships like the DanielsFund I declined further scholarships so my classmates would also have theopportunity to afford college.Even though I was lucky enough to have most tuition costs covered byscholarships, I knew I would have to work in order to make ends meet incollege. Throughout my years in Washington, DC, I balanced part-time jobs withmy studies. Although this put me at a competitive disadvantage compared to mywell-to-do peers, I value the work ethic it built in me. As I did at home, Iquickly involved myself in many community service opportunities. In additionto working and studying, I volunteered for a variety of service projects frompackaging meals for people with terminal illnesses to staffing overnightshifts at a women’s shelter. I also tutored first and third-grade students atlow-income DC elementary schools. The summer before my senior year of college,I participated in a program that took me abroad to teach English in a poorrural village. For two months I taught English classes for children and adultsin Palmitas off the western coast of Sinaloa, Mexico. The humble families ofPalmitas reinforced the principle I learned from my own family and theprinciple that continues to guide my life:When we can, we should help one another.After graduating from Georgetown with a bachelor’s degree in AmericanGovernment I returned to my family and friends in Colorado. I hadn’t been backfor long when I was encouraged to use my education and talents to serve ourcommunity by running for city council. I began to see the value intransitioning from community service to public service and I quicklyacquainted myself with the issues affecting Commerce City. After manyconversations with my family, I decided to run. On Election Day, I secured 51%of the vote in a three-way race to become the youngest city councilmember inCommerce City history. I served on the city council for three years and I’mproud I never abandoned the working class values I was raised with, by workingto pass a collective bargaining ordinance for Commerce City workers.In 2012 I decided to take my efforts to the next level by running for StateRepresentative for House District 32, representing Commerce City andneighborhoods in southwest unincorporated Adams County. With my community'ssupport, I was elected as the youngest serving member in Colorado GeneralAssembly. In my first legislative session, I passed a bi-partisan lawestablishing universal breakfast for kids in lower-income schools. As a resultof our investment in ending child hunger nearly 80,000 more kids in Coloradohave access to breakfast before they start the school day. I've neverforgotten where I came from, which is evident in the legislation I sponsor.I'm proud to stand up for hard-working families in Adams County and I lookforward to continuing to serve you and all the people of Colorado.  * Home  * About Me  * Priorities  * District Map  * Contact  * Contribute  *   * (C) 2019 Dominick MorenoResponsive Theme powered by  WordPressTop