NewsTuesday, November 10, 2020 4:14 PM
In an uncontested election yesterday, Rep. Pelton was unanimously selected as the Whip for the Minority in the House of Representatives for the 2021 session. He will be serving alongside Representative Hugh McKean as Minority Leader, Representative Tim Geitner as Assistant Minority Leader, Representative Janice Rich as Caucus Chair, and Representative Kim Ransom serving as our Joint Budget Committee Member.
Tuesday, November 10, 2020 4:10 PM
Rep. Pelton receives endorsement from NRA
The National Rifle Association of America awarded Rep. Pelton an "A" rating and endorsement for the 2020 Colorado General Election. This endorsement is a reflection of his steadfast support of the Second Amendment and excellent voting record on firearm-related issues during his tenure in the Legislature.
Friday, September 25, 2020 2:42 PM
Endorsements from FOP and COC
Representative Rod Pelton has received multiple influential endorsements in the past week. Endorsements came from the Colorado Fraternal Order of Police and the Colorado Chamber of Commerce. Both endorsements reflect Representative Pelton's commitment to work towards legislation that promotes safety, security, and law and order in our communities and to protect the men and women that put service over self as well as legislation that promotes economic security and prosperity in all parts of Colorado. Representative Pelton will continue to fight for the principles that these endorsements exemplify.
Friday, September 25, 2020 2:38 PM
Awards Received for the 2020 Session
During the 2020 Session, Representative Rod Pelton fought hard against government overreach and stood steadfast for the principles of the rural Colorado way of life. With the strong stances that he took in the unprecedented session, Rep. Pelton received multiple awards during the interim. Rep. Pelton's accolades have included a 2020 Faith, Family, and Freedom award from the Centennial Institute and a Commonsense in the Courtroom award from Colorado Civil Justice League. Representative Rod Pelton is looking forward to continuing to fight for House District 65 and all of Colorado in the 2021 session of the General Assembly.
Tuesday, May 5, 2020 10:25 PM
State Rep. Rod Pelton, R-Cheyenne Wells, heaped criticism toward Gov. Jared Polis during a virtual town hall Monday for the inability he has experienced to get a timely response to communication.
“We’ve written, collectively and individually, letters to the governor. I think every [Republican] member has reached out in some way,” Pelton said. “It takes two to three days and even up to a week to ever get him to answer me.”