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October 2019 BRW Luncheon Meeting

Tuesday, October 15, 2019, 11:15 AM until 1:15 PM
The Boulder Cork
3295 30th Street
Boulder, CO  80301
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11:15 Check in
11:30 Speaker Presentation
12:45 Beginning of lunch service
1:15 Adjourn

Patrick Neville

TABOR…Is The End Near? 


Patrick Neville, the Colorado House of Representatives Minority Leader, will be the October 15 BRW luncheon speaker, and will be addressing Proposition CC* which is on the November ballot and related political issues.  Leader Neville is from the 45th District which includes much of Douglas County.   He was first elected to the State House in 2014 with 69% of the vote, and elected to the leadership position in November 2016.  Stating his core beliefs, he says, “ I am a principled conservative with a passion for protecting life, liberty and the Constitution. The size and scope of the government must be decreased. School choice is a civil right. I am 100% pro-life with no exceptions.” 


Leader Neville has a BA in economics from the University of Colorado, Denver, and graduated from Columbine High School in 2001.  He served in the army ending his military career as a captain.  He married his high school sweetheart, Kristi, and is the father of three daughters.  


*Proposition CC: A YES vote supports the measure to allow the state to retain revenue above the state spending cap to provide funding for transportation and education.

A NO vote opposes the measure to allow the state to retain certain revenue for transportation and education, thus requiring the state to continue issuing refunds under the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR) when the state collects revenue in excess of the state’s annual revenue limit.