Let's Restore Integrity in Government."
Certified Public Accountant
MBA, Regis University
Hello, my name is Gerald Kilpatrick and I’m running for State Treasurer as an American Constitution Party Candidate.
So, you might be asking yourself, what does this have to do with the State Treasurer Office. We need someone who is a fiscal conservative from a truly fiscally conservative party.
To the Democrats out there, I say stop raising our taxes to fund your pet projects that we can’t afford, and that
As a CPA with a Masters Degree and 36 years of corporate, small business, and personal accounting experience, I want to do something no one else seems willing or able to do. I want to kick out the lobbyists and high rollers looking for a handout. I want to restore integrity in government.
The State Treasurer’s office holds the checkbook. Let’s make sure every dollar is spent wisely and openly accounted for. We seriously need to establish a Colorado “Peoples Bank” that is not federally insured so the marijuana industry can bank here legally.
As far as PERA, the budgets have been and are unrealistic. You can’t solve the PERA problem by using fantasy budgets. Since 2010 the unfunded liabilities have grown from $21 to $32 billion; a 52% increase.
I am running for State Treasurer because I actually care about others. For years I have volunteered my services to non-profits and to people who could not afford a CPA. My family and I are willing for me to take a pay cut, in order to serve my community as StateTreasurer. It’s that important to us.
Gerald Kilpatrick for State Treasurer.
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