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By Invitation Only - CSIA Leadership Meets with Gubernatorial Candidate Scott McInnis
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When: Wednesday, May 12, 2010
4:00 - 6:00 PM
Where: Holland & Hart
555 Seventeenth Street
Suite 3200
Denver, Colorado  80202
United States
Contact: Aimee Charlton

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Please Join Us as CSIA Leadership Meets with Gubernatorial Candidate Scott McInnis

CSIA’s 2010 ongoing legislative/government relations program includes a special briefing with gubernatorial candidates, and we are very pleased to invite you to the first of those briefings with Gubernatorial Republican Candidate Scott McInnis.  This briefing will provide you, as technology leaders, an opportunity to hear directly from Mr. McInnis about his vision for our industry as well as engage him directly in discussion about the issues of most importance. 

Because Attendance is Limited to 90, Please respond as soon as you can.  This by-invitation-only event is non-transferable and for C-Suite members and CSIA special guests only.

Beverages and Hors D’oeuvres Will Be Served                    

4:00 pm – 4:30 pm                      Registration 
4:30 pm – 5 pm                            Briefing from Scott McInnis 
5 pm – 5:15 pm                            Q&A with Audience
5:15 pm – 6 pm                            Networking

More about Scott McInnis
(From Scott McInnis for Governor Website
A proven, experienced leader with a record of common-sense results, Scott McInnis is the GOP front-runner for Governor of Colorado. A fourth generation Colorado native, Scott was raised in Glenwood Springs, graduated from FortLewisCollege in Durango, and served his hometown as a police officer and volunteer firefighter.  Scott's law degree from St. Mary's University law school enabled him to return home to Glenwood and serve the community as an attorney and legal resource. Local business leaders urged Scott to enter public service, and he ran successfully for the state House of Representatives.  As a hard-working, results-oriented legislator, he rose through the ranks and was chosen by his peers as Majority Leader. After serving five consecutive terms as a state representative and twelve years as a United States Congressman, Scott returned home to work in private business. The Denver Post, praising his focus on the environment, called Scott "a strong conservationist carrying on a GOP tradition that harkens back to Teddy Roosevelt."  Scott championed the cause of preserving Colorado’s most scenic places and authored three key wilderness laws.  Scott led the charge to create two new National Parks: the Great Sand Dunes and the BlackCanyon of the Gunnison. As an outspoken advocate for reducing the size and scope of government and an aggressive foe of tax increases, his work earned him the praise of taxpayer advocacy and anti-deficit groups. Unable to sit idle as failed, anti-jobs policies harmed the state, Scott decided to return to public life and run for governor of Colorado. When not on the campaign trail, Scott and his wife, Lori, enjoy spending time with their children and their granddaughter.  They live in Grand Junction.  

Interested in becoming more involved with CSIA’s Public Policy initiatives?  Interested in sponsoring legislators or legislative activities?  All members are invited to join CSIA’s Public Policy Committee, and we are always looking for more sponsors to help CSIA broaden its policy initiatives, so please contact Su Hawk at for more information.

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