U.S. Senator Mark Udall is opening a Grand Junction Senate office and has identified the three-person staff who will serve the western Colorado. This is his second office in Colorado and he plans to open more across the state in the coming months.
Udall’s western Colorado staffers include: Gasper Perricone, Jay Fletcher and Matt Sugar. The new office is in the Aspinall Federal Building, 400 Rood Avenue, Suite 215. The number is (970) 245-9553, the fax line is (970) 245-9523. Their Web site is www.markudall.senate.gov.
Perricone will serve as the West Slope Regional Representative, covering Mesa, Garfield, Delta, Gunnison, Montrose, Ouray, San Miguel and Mineral counties. He will also manage the Grand Junction office. Perricone was a member of Udall’s Senate campaign staff, focusing on constituent outreach and coordinating activities with groups from all sorts of backgrounds, including veterans, sportsmen, students, farmers and ranchers. He previously founded and managed a consulting firm dedicated to working with farmers, ranchers, sportsmen, and other parties to work toward conservation goals.
Fletcher will serve as Udall’s Northwest Regional Representative. He will cover Moffat, Rio Blanco, Routt, and Jackson counties. Fletcher runs a West Slope family ranch and previously served in the same role for U.S. Senator Ken Salazar.
Sugar serves as Udall’s Central Mountain Regional Representative, covering Grand, Eagle, Summit, Pitkin, Lake and Chaffee counties. He previously worked for Udall, covering the western portion of Colorado’s second Congressional district when Udall served in the U.S. House of Representatives. He has also worked for former Colorado Governor Roy Romer.