Stephanie (Stephanie) Luck (R-47)

State Representative Stephanie Luck

Stephanie (Stephanie) Luck (R-47)
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Capitol: 303.866.2905
FAX: 303.866.2218
District: 719.425.9025
Representative
Colorado House of Representatives
Room 307 Colorado State Capitol 200 East Colfax Avenue
Denver, CO 80203-1784
200 East Colfax Avenue
Denver, CO 80203-1784
Residence:Penrose, CO

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Bio

Stephanie Luck was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She studied at Franklin University Switzerland and Syracuse University College of Law. Luck's career experience includes working as a consultant and law professor. Stephanie Luck, a Republican, is running for her party's nomination to represent Fremont, rural Pueblo and Otero counties in the state house of representatives. Republican Ron Parker of Pueblo is her opponent for the June 30 Republican primary. The winner of the primary will advance to the Nov. 3 election and face off against Bri Buentello, a Pueblo Democrat who currently holds the seat. Luck's first foray into politics came in 2018 when she ran in the state Senate District 2 race. After spending the past year teaching sixth grade, Luck said she is even more committed to, "building a Colorado that honors and preserves the life-giving values of our founders." "When I think of my students and look at what is happening in Denver, I am compelled to act" Luck said. "If my former students approached me in 20 years asking, 'Where were you when the state was infringing on our property rights, attacking family, free markets and fundamental freedoms? "I want to be able to say, 'I was fighting. I was standing in the gap for you,''' Luck said. She obtained her law license in New York and the Colorado native has since worked to strengthen non-profit organizations, operate small businesses, teach in public school and defended unalienable liberties at the local, state, national and international levels. As a resident of Penrose, Luck said she has learned first-hand the importance of water and agriculture. She has served as president of the Penrose Chamber of Commerce, as a community board member with Fremont County Communities that Care and as a behind-the-scenes volunteer on a number of other community initiatives.

Election / Personal Info

First Elected: 2020    Next Election: 2022
Counties Representing
Fremont
Otero
Pueblo