DENVER, CO - Speaker Julie McCluskie swore in Representative Kyle Brown today to fill the vacancy in House District 12.
“I’m so excited to fight for legislation that will make a real difference for the community I grew up in,” said Rep. Kyle Brown, D-Louisville. “From taking climate action and creating affordable housing to helping our community recover from the Marshall Fire, I’m ready to get to work to help address the most pressing needs in our communities. I look forward to using my experience on the Louisville City Council and in health care policy to deliver results that move Colorado forward.“
Representative Kyle Brown represents House District 12, which includes Lafayette, Louisville, Niwot, and Superior. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Biology from Georgetown and his Ph.D. in Genetics from Harvard before returning to Louisville with his wife and kids.
His background in public service includes serving on the Louisville City Council and as Deputy Commissioner for Affordability Programs at the Colorado Division of Insurance. He worked closely on designing and implementing the Colorado Option and advised US Senators and Colorado governors on issues involving health care, education, human services, and economic security issues.
Rep Brown has been appointed to the House Health and Insurance Committee and the House State Civic, Military, and Veterans Affairs Committee.