Representative Lois Landgraf was elected to the Colorado House of Representatives in 2012 and currently serves as the House Minority Caucus Chair. She was born in San Diego, CA into a Navy family and married an Army officer, Jim. Until his retirement her home shifted frequently. After 18 years in Seattle they settled in Colorado in 2002. She graduated from the University of Maryland summa cum laude and earned her MBA from the University of Washington while raising 5 children and traveling extensively in Europe and Central America.
While stationed in Germany for 6 ½ years she organized and supervised the local Community Red Cross volunteers and originated a foster care program through the German courts system so that American children would receive court directed foster care from American families. Representative Landgraf continued to serve her community holding a position on Fountain’s Economic Development Committee and Fountain’s City Council. She started and organized the “Bark in the Park” to help raise funds for Fountain’s K-9 unit. As a Republican she served as secretary for the El Paso County GOP, chairman of HD 19 and El Paso county volunteer coordinator for President Bush’s 2004 campaign.
Representative Landgraf is the ranking member on the House Public Health and Human Services Committee and serves on the House Health, Insurance, and Environment Committee, Health Exchange Oversight Committee and the Regional Center Task Force.
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