Colorado Senate District 19 candidates rev up for 2016 election

By Crystal Anderson

ARVADA PRESS

What that truth is, however, varies.

“I want to shed light on the differences in my voting record and her voting record,” Zenzinger said. “My overarching goal is to really listen to the citizens and work to find good compromises that will really work well for the district.”

“The goal of my campaign is to get the true message out about who I am and what I stand for — a lot is being said that is untrue,” Woods said. “The goal will be to reach the voters, to knock on their doors and introduce myself, and to give them another version of the story they’ve heard in the media.”

The duo is heading back to the campaign trail leading up to their 2016 matchup for the Senate District 19 seat, currently held by Woods. The district represents Arvada and Westminster.

In 2014, the pair ran a tight campaign through election season, with Woods winning the seat by 1.05 percent or 663 votes.

Over the past year, Zenzinger, who briefly held the seat in 2014, said she saw decisions being made with extreme politics in mind, something she wishes to eradicate. Policies on veterans, women equality and tuition were opposed by Woods in favor of federal policies and politics, said Zenzinger, who plans to focus on middle-class families, small businesses and children.

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