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Denver Party Names Williams Democrat of the Year

(Sept. 11) – Rep. Angela Williams (D-Denver) has been named Democrat of the Year by the Denver County Democratic Party. Rep. Williams will receive the award at the party’s annual awards dinner on Oct. 11, along with lifetime achievement award winner Margaret Atencio, volunteer of the year Aaron Goldhamer and rising star Alec Garnett. “I’m […]

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Williams Elected to NCSL Executive Committee

Williams Elected to NCSL Executive Committee

(Aug. 26) – Rep. Angela Williams (D-Denver) has been elected to the Executive Committee of the National Conference of State Legislatures, the only nationwide organization focused on supporting, connecting and strengthening state legislatures. Rep. Williams is the only Coloradan among the 30 legislators who sit on the NCSL Executive Committee, which brings together legislators and […]

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2014 Campaign Kickoff

2014 Campaign Kickoff

I would like to thank each and every one of you for your support over the years. It has been my great pleasure to represent Colorado House District 7 for these last few years and I am very proud of each and every one of the bills that I have passed that directly benefit my […]

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State Rep. Angela Williams, D-Denver, chairs the House Business, Labor, Economic and Workforce Development Committee, and she was lauded for toning down or killing several business-opposed regulatory measures that came through her committee last year.

Denver Business Journal – Key Business Vote Legislators

State Rep. Angela Williams, D-Denver, chairs the House Business, Labor, Economic and Workforce Development Committee, and she was lauded for toning down or killing several business-opposed regulatory measures that came through her committee last year.

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President Elma Hairston, fifth from left, with those honored at 35th anniversary of Colorado Black Women for Political Action: Khadija Haynes, left; Cheryl Williams-Carter; state Rep. Angela Williams; Tammy Booth-Meyers; 
Kimberly Turner, standing in for her daughter, Youth Honoree Kimberly Turner; Frances Owens; Bennie Lucille Williams; and Daphne Hunter. Photo by James Rowe, Special to The Denver Post

Rep. Williams Receives Two Prestigious Honors

READ THE DENVER POST ARTICLE HERE State Rep. Angela Williams receives two prestigious honors, reflecting her growing stature as one of Colorado’s most influential elected officials. The Colorado Black Women for Political Action will honor Rep. Angela Williams for her stellar work during the 2012 legislative session and her contributions to the community, region and […]

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House Bill 1237 – A Good Step for HOA Owners

House Bill 1237 – A Good Step for HOA Owners

In his May 16, 2012, column, Stan Hrincevich bemoans the legislative process and the lack of enforcement mechanisms in the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act (“CCIOA”), which governs homeowners associations. I agree with Mr. Hrincevich: the legislative process can be frustrating. That frustration is not limited to HOA legislation. Bills get amended in committee, voted […]

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Read Angela's Guest Column in the Denver Post

Stopping the Violence

Read Angela’s Guest Column in the Denver Post

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Tiger Salamander -Colorado State Amphibian?

Tiger Salamander -Colorado State Amphibian?

Colorado has many official symbols but we don’t have a state amphibian. I have a bill drafted and ready to be introduced during the 2012 session that will make the Tiger Salamander the official State of Colorado Amphibian. The Tiger Salamander is the only native and documented amphibian to be found in all 64 counties […]

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University of Colorado Basketball Tickets

Go Buffalos! I partnered with University of Colorado-Boulder to distribute basketball tickets to middle school students and recreation centers in the District. A total of eight middle schools and two recreation centers were given 200 tickets each.

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Legislative Maps Approved by the Supreme Court

The Colorado Supreme Court approved the most recent submission of State redistricting plans from the Colorado Reapportionment Commission on Monday, December 12th. The plan was filed with the Secretary of State on December 13th. No further changes will be made to these maps. You can access the maps here.

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