The measure was in support of State Legislation in Denver
Earlier this week, The Douglas County Board of Education voted to support two pro-gun bills that State Legislators were working on.
Unfortunately, one of the bills was already killed by Democrats in the State House.
That bill, HB17-1036 would have allowed anyone with a valid concealed carry permit to carry their firearm on school property.
The bill that hasn’t been killed yet is SB 17-005. If signed into law, this bill would allow trained teachers and trained school staff who have a concealed carry permit to carry their firearms on school property.
It’s refreshing to see a School Board represent pro-gun values instead of the usual fear mongering.
Of course, Douglas County is usually a lighthouse of liberty in an otherwise Blue metro area.
Looking at the Douglas County State Legislators, it’s no surprise that Rep. Patrick Neville, Sen. Chris Holbert and Rep. Kim Ransom all hail from Douglas County.
The real question is, can Douglas County Conservatives shift the political winds in Colorado?
Will they be able to keep DougCo red?
Can their influence help nearby Jefferson County which is a swing-county in regards to State Legislators?
2018 will be here soon enough and we may have an answer to those questions.