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Seth Cagin
Candidate for the Colorado
House of Representatives

  • Good Jobs at Good Wages
  • More State Funding for Education
  • Affordable Health Care

Finding Common Ground 

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American politics are noisy, but we have more in common than we have that divides us. For the people of the 58th District, our common ground starts with beautiful Southwestern Colorado. We choose to live here because we value the natural world, our close-knit communities, and a simpler way of life with our families. For us to prosper in rural and small-town Colorado, and for our children to stay and raise their families here, I believe we need to invest in local economic development to provide the well-paying jobs of the future, make health insurance affordable, and we need to support great schools.  We need to improve our roads and access to broadband, and we need to wisely manage the public lands that contribute so much to our economy and quality of life.

With these as my priorities, I will work respectfully, pragmatically and tirelessly to find common ground across all parties and all people, taking action to move our district and our state forward for all who call Colorado home. 



  • Collaborative Management of Public Lands
  • American values of patriotism, morality,  honesty, integrity, respect, and kindness

From my campaign diary:

"It’s startling to see what is reported in polling, playing out on the ground. During this past week of especially horrifying news, one of the stories has been that Trump voters are not having second thoughts in response to flagrant government abuse of human rights on the border. On the contrary, their support is all the more fervent. Trump may be right that grabbing children from their parents and putting them in detention centers, and the chaos that it has produced, is good politics, for him.

At least it looks that way to me, on the ground, canvassing the 58th."