Dylan currently represents House District 26 in the Colorado House of Representatives and now he is running for the Colorado State Senate. Since 2018, his work at the legislature has focused on lowering the cost of health care and prescription drugs, protecting our environment and water, finding ways to lower the cost of living, and promoting rural economic development. He wrote the bill that made Colorado the first state in the country to cap the cost of insulin for people with diabetes which has now been passed in many other states and this past year, he led the effort to create the Colorado Public Health Insurance Option. Since 2018, Dylan has successfully passed 70 bills into law with 97% of them receiving bipartisan support and has now held over 50 town hall meetings in all corners of his district.
Colorado's mountain communities are at a tipping point; they are facing a crisis in affordable housing for our working class, they stand to be hurt physically and economically from climate change, and their families need relief in the rising cost of living. Dylan's track record of turning bold ideas into real results is what is needed in the State Senate for Colorado's future.