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RE: [RLC-Action] Steve Gresh Announces Candidacy for State Representative, House District 20

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  • Thomas Sewell
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      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: RLC-Action@yahoogroups.com [mailto:RLC-Action@yahoogroups.com]On
      > Behalf Of Steve Gresh
      > Sent: Friday, August 05, 2005 1:28 PM
      > To: sfgresh@...
      > Subject: [RLC-Action] Steve Gresh Announces Candidacy for State
      > Representative, House District 20
      >
      >
      > FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
      > August 5, 2005
      > Contact: Steve Gresh, 719-599-5706, sfgresh@...
      > Address: 1460 Montezuma Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80920-1526
      > (Photo is attached)
      >
      >
      > Steve Gresh Announces Candidacy for State Representative, House
      > District 20
      >
      > Steve Gresh, northern El Paso County resident for over 27
      > years, announced today that he is a Republican candidate for
      > State Representative in House District 20. The seat is being
      > vacated by Representative Lynn Hefley, who is term-limited.
      >
      > Gresh, 49, is a computer systems analyst, programmer, and
      > consultant. He has developed manufacturing, accounting, and
      > other business software in Colorado Springs for several
      > companies. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in computer
      > science in 1977. He also earned graduate honors from Regis
      > University in 1997. His MBA degree emphasized finance and accounting.
      >
      > Gresh is the Vice President of the Colorado Chapter of the
      > Republican Liberty Caucus (www.RLC.org). The RLC seeks to elect
      > pro-liberty individuals to public offices. Gresh supports lower
      > taxes, downsizing government, parental choice in education, gun
      > owner rights, property rights, health care reform, and criminal
      > justice sentencing alternatives. He opposes Referenda C and D,
      > the questions on this November's ballot, which ask voters for the
      > two largest tax increases in state history.
      >
      > Gresh is married to the former Joan Kinevan. They have two
      > daughters, Amy and Megan.
      >
      > Gresh has received the endorsement of El Paso County
      > Commissioner Douglas Bruce, author of the Taxpayer's Bill of Rights.
      >
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