(Jan. 14) – Upon the vacancy of Senator Jeff Bridges, Meg Froelich, a former Greenwood Village council member, was sworn in today at the state capitol as the next representative for House District 3. A vacancy committee selected Rep. Froelich to replace state Sen. Bridges in the House.
“I am excited for to join the House and am thankful to be chosen for this position,” said Rep. Meg Froelich. “I look forward to working with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to invest in education, transportation and ensure more people can participate equally in our wonderful Colorado way of life.”
Rep. Froelich will sit on the Energy & Environment and the Transportation & Local Government Committees.
HD3 includes Englewood, Sheridan, Cherry Hills Village, Greenwood Village and northern Littleton.
Rep. Froelich is a documentary filmmaker, she sat on the board of NARAL-Pro Choice Colorado and Emerge Colorado. She was also the executive director of the Colorado Institute of Leadership Training. She lives in Englewood with her son Ozzie, a senior at Littleton High School, and their dog Molly. She also has two children in college, Katrina and Annalise.