CD3 candidate Kellie Rhodes discusses what issues she wants to address in the district
KSJD News is airing a series of interviews with the candidates running to represent Colorado’s Third District in Congress.
Kellie Rhodes lives in Crested Butte and comes from a family that owns a fourth generation working cattle ranch. Rhodes herself has worked in child protection, probation and corrections. She also formed a nonprofit called the institute for limbic health.
She’s been campaigning around the state, including over the winter, although her fundraising doesn’t reflect that. Instead she hopes to win a place on the ballot through the caucus system and petitioning. She’s been endorsed by the Moffat County Democratic Socialists.
For Rocky Mountain Community Radio, KVNF’s Kate Redmond asked Rhodes what she thinks is the most important issue facing CD3.