Bringing Our Community Together

At a time of great change, having experienced leaders on your side is not only a source of comfort, but enormous confidence.

We need those leaders today.

Tamara Pogue is running for Summit County Commissioner with a proven record of success as a community leader and champion of Summit County, its families, workforce, and businesses.

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Jaime FitzSimons, Sheriff

“Our community needs the best leadership we can deliver. Tamara Pogue is someone who has led this community, forged alliances, solved problems, and has earned the respect and confidence of our leaders and our citizens.”

Eric Mamula, Mayor, Town of Breckenridge

“Her abilities, especially her healthcare background, are what our County needs. I know that she will bring strong leadership and smart governance to the Commission.” 

Ruth Hendricks, Dillon

“She understands the challenges that local families face and she eagerly approaches what others see as unsolvable problems as opportunities to imagine and implement innovative solutions.”

Ellen Reid, Executive Director, Keystone Science School

“Tamara consistently seeks solutions to help all in our community through her creative drive to make a difference. She listens to what the issues are while seeking true understanding to develop and implement change”

Tim Casey, Breckenridge

“Tamara championed the formation of Building Hope, working collaboratively with community leaders to improve access to mental health care in our county.”

Kate Hudnut, President, Summit School Board of Education

“She has the network locally, throughout Colorado, and even extending to Washington D.C. to get things done. She would be an amazing leader as a County Commissioner.”

Gini Bradley, Frisco

“Tamara’s experience as the Director of the Family and Intercultural Resource Center and now the Peak Health Alliance provides her with a unique perspective on the needs of Summit County residents.”

Michael Infante, Dillon Valley

“Tamara is well aware of challenges that many of us face living up here, and I know the best interest of our local community will always be in the forefront as County Commissioner.”