Event notice: A Colorado legislative session wrap up with House Speaker Mark Ferrandino
You’re invited. Please come.
The Colorado Independent is proud to host Colorado House Speaker Mark Ferrandino at its monthly event this Thursday, May 8, a day after the General Assembly wraps for the year. The Speaker will take questions from you and from Colorado Independent columnist Mike Littwin.
Ferrandino has been Speaker since 2012. He has been a member of the state legislature since 2007. He’s a Democrat from a south Denver district and was the first openly gay man to serve in the General Assembly. He started in politics in the late 1990s, interning for New York Congressman Chuck Schumer and then working as an analyst for the Department of Justice and the White House Office of Management and Budget. He has played the trumpet since he was a kid and he still plays…. Maybe he’ll bring it with him Thursday.
The conversation begins at 2 p.m., at Denver Open Media, 700 Kalamath St., Denver, Colorado, 80204.
The event is free to our supporters and open to the public. It also will be broadcast on Comcast Channel 56 in Denver and on denveropenmedia.org/livestream.
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