Vote May 5th

Kimberly Swearingen for US Congressional District #3

 

 

A Voice For Colorado

Kimberly is passionate about Colorado and wants to fight for you bringing her private and public sector experience to US Congressional District #3.

Kimberly Swearingen is an honest and straightforward member of the Pueblo community and has lived in the county for over 30 years. From humble beginnings, Kim was born to an immigrant father and strong-willed mother who instilled in her a love of learning and an endless curiosity about the mechanics of the world. This led her to obtain a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and a Master’s in Business both from Colorado State University-Pueblo, eventually giving these skills back to her community as the Director of Utilities for the Pueblo West Metropolitan District and as an active volunteer for the Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce. Her leadership was recognized by her peers when they voted her President of the Pueblo West Metropolitan District Board of Directors and President for the American Society of Civil Engineers, Colorado Section. Currently working for Colorado Springs Utilities, Kimberly is a Licensed Professional Engineer finding solutions to our biggest problems in water usage and responsible growth.

Many of the things which Kim holds most dear are in Pueblo including her grandchildren, Liam and Poppy. Kimberly feels blessed to have spent 28 years with her funny and musical husband before Multiple Sclerosis took him. His disease inspired Kim in her effort to help others fighting MS – raising untold sums in donations and peddling numerous miles in BikeMS, an annual Multiple Sclerosis Society bicycling event.

Kim is passionate about service and wants to fight for you bringing her private and public sector experience to the US Congressional District #3.

The Issues That Matter

Strengthen Colorado’s Economy

Strengthen Colorado’s Economy

Drive toward a more diverse energy portfolio, promote the "bring back the trades" movement, and invite back lost industry to Colorado.

Border and Social Crises

Border and Social Crises

Defend Colorado residents from illegal migration, and address statewide homelessness and crime through a Public/Private sector partnership strategy.

Contact

719-225-5317
kim@kim4colorado.com
Mailing address:
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Pueblo West, CO 81007