From Puppies to Politics: How One Colorado Woman Is Using Her Past to Propel Her Political Future

by Molly Frederick on June 16, 2016

Screen-Shot-2016-06-16-at-6.33.34-PM-620x336“They call it ‘the most important position you’ve never heard of in Colorado,’” Ganahl said. “We’re one of four states that elect our regents so we have to actually run a campaign, and it’s a political process rather than being appointed by the governor.”

While nine regents are responsible for the overall CU System, Ganahl added that the university system is the third-largest employer in the state. But for Ganahl, free speech, safety, and college affordability are the issues that she puts at the forefront when it comes to her potential new job.

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