Imagine the southeast side of our city better than ever. Rachel Stovall will take it there. She will improve public safety, fight for affordable homes, and get House District 17 in Colorado Springs more respect in the state legislature.
Rachel has a proven track record of service in this community. She has raised millions of dollars over 20 years through direct work with the Springs Rescue Mission, Christmas Unlimited, Pikes Peak Library District, Teen Court, Indy Gives, The Empty Stocking Fund and more.
Rachel has partnered to benefit all school districts through Pikes Peak Library District, supporting all student learning.
She successfully advocates for ALL school districts in the community raising awareness, funds and bringing new programs.
And Rachel specifically answered the call for support from officials of Harrison District 2 to the tune of $180 million.
Rachel can do those things because she’s not a politician. She’s a community advocate who solves real problems with conservative and community-based solutions.
She has worked across the aisle with Governor Polis successfully saving lives in hospitals and nursing homes thru new legislation with the Never Alone Project.
She supports the Colorado Springs Business community – Southern Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce, Holistic Networkers Association, Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce and EDC.
She also co-founded Colorado Springs Black Business Network (now COS Black Chamber of Commerce). Rachel has helped many small businesses
With Rachel, you get a voice and an ear. Rachel is listening to you and stepping up with you to solve real problems in Colorado House District 17.
Let’s solve some problems.
I can help solve your problems whether I’m elected or not. I love our community, and I’ll do whatever it takes to make it better.
Reach out to me with issues you’re facing, and I’ll help you get connected with people who will help you get it resolved.
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