It’s that time of year again – hot dogs and hamburgers on the grill, kids running through the sprinklers, and fireworks (maybe).  It’s the Fourth of July and never have you seen so much red, white, and blue…and politicians.  We’re here to bring you the plans of Colorado’s state legislators.  Here’s how they responded when we asked what they were up to today:

Sen. Larry Crowder, SD-35

I will be in the Alamosa 4th of July Parade.

Senate President Pro Tempore Lucia Guzman, SD-34

My family and I (including our 2 dogs) will spend the 4th of July at Frisco, as we have done for many years .  We will attend their 4th of July Parade , which is a great Hometown parade.  We will hike a special trail to see the wild flowers, ride our bikes from Frisco to Vail Pass summit, golf at Keystone, and sail on Lake Dillon. We will grill our own dinner on the deck and view the fireworks while we give thanks for our great country!

Senate Majority Leader Rollie Heath, SD-18

I’m heading up to Jamestown for their pancake breakfast.

Rep. Stephen Humphrey, HD-48

My family and I will be walking in the Greeley Stampede 4th of July parade and then enjoying some BBQ later in the day.  I’ll probably try to squeeze in “Lone Survivor” somewhere, haven’t seen it yet!  God bless and God save the republic!

Sen. John Kefalas, SD-14

Running in the 4th of July Firecracker 5K Race and marching in the Fort Collins Independence Day Parade.

Rep. Polly Lawrence HD-39

Please join me for the July 4th Parade in beautiful Highlands Ranch!

Rep. Beth McCann, HD-8

I will be proudly marching in the Park Hill Fourth of July parade. I do this every year; it’s a great parade – please join us at 1:30 p.m. on the Fourth – parade route is down 23rd Ave starting at Dexter Street. Food and fun activities available for all. Then I hope to catch some fireworks in the evening.

Rep. Clarice Navarro, HD-47

After I honor Veterans in Pueblo, Co (Home of Heroes), I’m hitting Pueblo West’s 4th of July Water Parade for an action packed soaking! Then off to the neighbors for some traditional cocktails and BBQ, all the while, I’ll be reflecting on why this Nation’s Independence is so precious to me and my family. I will neither confirm or deny the use of fireworks from “unregulated” Wyoming!

Have a great Fourth, PeakNation™!