- He is listed as the third most bipartisan member of the Senate (according to the Lugar Center: https://www.thelugarcenter.org/ourwork-Bipartisan-Index.html).
- Since 2015, he has had 10 bills signed into law, which is more than the rest of the Colorado delegation combined! https://www.govtrack.us/congress/members/cory_gardner/412406
- Tireless supporter of agriculture where he prioritizes regulatory relief as well as free trade.
[Greeley, CO — September 25, 2020] The Colorado Corn Growers Association PAC is pleased to announce their official endorsement of Senator Cory Gardner and support of his re-election campaign for the U.S. Senate.
“Senator Gardner is truly one of our own. He is a native of Yuma and began his career with National Corn Growers Association in Washington D.C. as an intern. Senator Gardner understands first-hand the impact of the agriculture sector to towns across the Eastern Plains and the economic impact on the entire state of Colorado,” said Randy Wenger, Chair of the Public Policy Committee for the CCGA. “Senator Gardner works tirelessly to achieve results for Colorado by building consensus on issues where there is common ground to be found.”
The CCGA PAC supports Sen. Gardner for the following reasons:
“I am honored to have the support of the Colorado Corn Growers Association. Colorado farmers deserve a Senator who understands the needs of our agricultural community and can effectively represent them in Washington. I look forward to continuing to work together to support farmers across the Eastern Plains and all of Colorado,” said Senator Cory Gardner.
The CCGA PAC also held an event in support of Sen. Gardner on September 23, hosting a virtual happy hour featuring mixology expert and Colorado Vodka Company founder Aaron Steinke, who showed participants how to make a Rocky Mountain Mule using Colorado grown and manufactured products including vodka made with grain corn.
About: Incorporated in 1979, Colorado Corn Growers Association (CCGA) serves as the voice and advocacy organization for grain corn producers in the state. Dues-paying members voluntarily focus their support and engagement on shaping state and national policy specifically impacting corn farmers, and agriculture in general. Learn more at www.coloradocorn.com.