Diane Mitsch Bush is a Colorado State House Representative and social science policy researcher. Diane started her career as a rural county planning commissioner where she spent ten years working to protect Colorado lands. In 2006, she was elected as Routt County Commissioner and worked to solve tough issues facing Colorado, including water rights, agriculture, transportation funding, and affordable housing. In 2012, Diane was elected to represent Routt and Eagle counties in the state legislature, where she fought for legislation to expand job opportunities and promote small business growth.
Diane is rejecting corporate PAC money in her campaign, because she knows Washington is rigged to favor corporate special interests. In Congress, she will be a fierce fighter for Colorado families and work hard to pass meaningful campaign finance reforms.
Candidate for Illinois' 17th Congressional District