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2023 Legislator of the Year Award Recognizes Sen. Dylan Roberts

The Colorado Livestock Association has named Senator Dylan Roberts the 2023 Legislator of the Year. The Colorado Livestock Association and the livestock industry wish to thank Senator Dylan Roberts for his efforts to preserve the agriculture industry.

Senator Roberts has advocated for beneficial laws that strike compromise and create workable solutions. In his short tenure, the Senator has actively sought the council of agriculturists concerning proposed legislation in natural resources, animal stewardship, water, and the environment.

In 2018 Dylan joined the House of Representatives, serving until 2022, when he was elected to the State Senate, serving Senate District 8.

During his time in this legislature, Dylan serves as Chairman of the Agriculture committee in the Senate, where he has dedicated himself to finding solutions on bills that could have had disruptive impacts on Agriculture and the families that grow our nation’s food supply. Senator Roberts will only continue to further agriculture in Colorado and protect it for generations.

About Senator Dylan Roberts

Dylan Roberts represents Senate District 8 in the Colorado State Senate which encompasses Clear Creek, Eagle, Garfield, Gilpin, Grand, Jackson, Moffat, Rio Blanco, Routt, and Summit Counties. Senator Roberts serves as the Chair of the Agriculture & Natural Resources Committee and as a member of the Judiciary Committee and the Local Government & Housing Committee.

Senator Roberts was elected to the Senate in 2022. From 2018-2022, Dylan served in the State House representing Eagle & Routt Counties. His work at the legislature has focused on promoting agriculture and rural economies, lowering the cost of healthcare and prescription drugs, protecting our environment and water, and funding more affordable housing development.

Prior to and during his service in the legislature, Dylan has worked as a Deputy District Attorney for Eagle County. Dylan grew up in Routt County and now lives in Eagle County with his wife Sarah and their son Teddy.


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