Audrey - Moffat County

Audrey - Moffat County

“Moffat County is a very independent area, and I believe if we continue to look at the issues that we face in the future, that’s when we can make some substantive changes. I know broadband is an area where we’ll succeed. We have to deliver our information and goods electronically, and this infrastructure is essential. It will help Craig remain viable in the future.”

— Audrey, Moffat County

Audrey and her husband have lived in Moffat County since 1974. The county covers a wide range of area, with 40 miles up to the Wyoming border and 90 west miles to Utah — and 90 miles to any interstate. There are just under 3 people per square mile, and Audrey knows that the future of Moffat depends on reliable access to broadband to ensure a location-independent economy. Innovation — especially when it comes to broadband, which Audrey calls an “essential infrastructure” — is part of good governing.

As Attorney General, I will make Colorado a national model for innovation, especially by working with rural communities and providers to ensure reliable broadband access in all areas, regardless of proximity to an interstate or major city. Ensuring a voice for rural Colorado means finding creative ways to reach across our state, and thinking outside traditional solutions. Read more about my plan for broadband here.