Citizens for Steve Lebsock

Who am I?

Father, grandfather, husband, Marine Corps Veteran, Westminster High School Graduate. Worked full time in the corrugated box industry while attending college full time. Served on Thornton City Council from 2003-2011. Worked for the Department of Interior, U. S. Geological Survey. Steves son attends school in School District 12.

Earned a BA in Sociology from Metropolitan State College of Denver. Approved budgets of approximately 200 million dollars yearly, hiring and performance reviews of City Manager, City Attorney and Municipal Judge while serving on Thornton City Council from 2003-2011. Worked in a professional, business environment as a contract specialist with the U.S. Geological Survey. This position gave Steve the experience working with private business, contractors and government.

Why am I running?

We face many challenges today. Fully funding education, creating sustainable jobs, funding transportation improvements, and making sure that we pass legislation and policy that ensures basic fairness and equality for all Coloradoans and Americans.

My Goals

Fully funding education, Job growth, transportation improvements and equality legislation.

My DFA Values

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My Campaign is People Powered!

We have a group of volunteers actively walking door to door with the candidate. Over 140 individual contributions to our campaign. 99% from within Colorado.

Voice support


  • Susan Sherman, CO
  • Andrew Been, CO
  • Ed Knox, CO
  • Ken Connell, CO

About the Endorsement Process

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• Will the candidate move the progressive movement forward in their community?
• Does the candidate have substantial support from our local members?
• Do the candidate's positions and policies fit into the broader progressive movement?
• Is the campaign people-powered and the candidate working to win?

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