Adams County Mayors Endorse Jan Kulmann for Congress

Adams County Mayors Endorse Jan Kulmann for Congress

Jan Kulmann, an oil and gas engineer, a mom of two, and the Mayor of Thornton is running for Congress in Colorado’s 8th District. She announced key endorsements from current and former mayors in Adams County. The list includes: Aurora Mayor Mike Coffman, former Brighton Mayor Don Hamstra, Commerce City Mayor Benjamin Huseman, Northglenn Mayor Meredith Leighty, former Westminster Mayor Herb Atchison, and former Thornton Mayor Heidi Williams.

“Mayors get things done. I’m honored to have the support of my colleagues, accomplished community leaders who recognize I know how to fight and win. I have a proven record of results and I will stand up for common sense conservative values in Congress,” said Jan Kulmann. “To turn back the reckless agenda of Biden-Pelosi, and win this race, we need an outsider; we need a champion for our schools and safety, and a leader who will tackle the spending problem in D.C. We are building a winning team who will retire Nancy Pelosi and be a voice for working Coloradans.”

“This will be one of the most competitive districts in the nation. It is one of the 10 races that will determine which party controls the U.S. House of Representatives. That is why I am endorsing a fellow mayor and principled conservative — Mayor Jan Kulmann of Thornton,” said Aurora Mayor, Mike Coffman. “From expanding a charter school, to city council and to the Mayor’s office Jan has proved to be a strong leader that works with both sides to accomplish goals for her city. Jan is an engineer in the oil and gas industry who has fought for Colorado’s energy jobs and will continue to do so as a Member of Congress.”  

Jan Kulmann became the first candidate to qualify for the GOP primary ballot for Colorado’s 8th Congressional District on March 11. Kulmann announced her campaign on December 7 and has already gained the support of key community leaders from Adams and Weld Counties. 

Watch Jan’s announcement video ‘We Won’t Back Down’ from her December campaign launch.