GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - Homegrown U.S. Senate candidate Jane Norton made a campaign stop in Grand Junction on Wednesday.
She spoke at A Gala Café in Grand Junction, and talked about the need for the Republican Party to get out and vote.
She says Colorado doesn’t need a bill to fix healthcare, and says we can use common sense and local solutions to fix our problems.
Laura Bradford and Janet Rowland both spoke on her behalf at the event, and asked the local community to help fund her campaign.
Norton said it's great to be back in the Grand Valley, and says promises if she gets a shot at Washington D.C., she won't forget the people she serves.