On Saturday, March 3, Sal Pace will make a campaign stop in Pagosa Springs.
Pace is running as a Democratic Party candidate for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District, the seat currently held by Scott Tipton (R).
The campaign has been singled out by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, who put Pace’s race on their Red to Blue list. That means they are targeting the contest as one which is likely to switch hands this coming November.
The public is invited to attend the meet-and-greet, to be held at Chato’s Mexican Restaurant, 230 Country Center Drive across from the City Market, at 1 p.m.
Pace currently represents District 46, Pueblo, in the Colorado State House of Representatives. Since being elected in 2008, he has worked in a bipartisan fashion to fight for good paying jobs, stimulate the economy and bring accountability and transparency to government. He has been a resident of Colorado his entire adult life and is a graduate of Fort Lewis College.
The 3rd Congressional District covers more than 54,000 square miles. It is located in western and south central Colorado, encompassing most of the rural Western Slope and including the cities of Grand Junction, Montrose, Alamosa and Durango, as well as southern portions of Colorado’s eastern plains, including the city of Pueblo.
Call Democratic Party Chair Becky Herman at 264-2171 with questions.