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Denver - Cary Kennedy announced her candidacy for Colorado State Treasurer today, vowing to protect taxpayers' money and give voters more information about where their tax dollars are invested and spent. Kennedy, 37, enters the treasurer's race with 10 years of experience in Colorado finance and a proven track record of leadership -- a record that reflects her firm commitment to finding fiscal solutions that balance the budget without cutting wise investments in Colorado's children and public schools. "My first priority as treasurer will be to make sure state funds are invested, managed and spent wisely and that we give taxpayers information about how their money is being used," said Kennedy. Kennedy recently served as the policy director for House Speaker Andrew Romanoff where she helped develop Referendum C. In 2000, she was the author of a statewide initiative to increase funding for Colorado's public schools, Amendment 23. She also worked in Governor Romer's administration as a budget officer in the Office of State Planning and Budgeting. Kennedy grew up in Colorado and has a master's degree in public administration from Columbia University and a law degree from the University Of Denver College Of Law. The other democratic candidate for State Treasurer, John Turner, announced today that he is withdrawing his candidacy and endorsing Kennedy. Former Lt. Governor Gail Schoettler will serve as Kennedy's campaign treasurer. Campaign Contact Information: Kennedy for Treasurer phone: 303-321-3755 fax: 303-321-0968 email: kennedy@kennedyfortreasurer.com

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