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Brittany Pettersen was born on 1981 in Colorado. Discover Brittany Pettersen's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 39 years old?

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In July, 2019, the Colorado Secretary of State approved the circulation of a recall petition against Petterson. The organizers of the recall had until September 16, 2019 to gather 18,376 signatures to put the recall question on the ballot, but on September 10 they announced that they were abandoning the recall effort and not turning in any signatures. The recall petition stated that Petterson should be recalled because she supports taxpayer-funded heroin-injection sites, and because she supported SB 19-042 (the National Popular Vote bill), SB 19-181 (Comprehensive Oil and Gas Reform), HB 19-1032 (Comprehensive Human Sexuality Education), and HB 19-1177 (the Red Flag bill that allows a judge to prohibit an individual from possessing a firearm).


In 2017, Petterson married Ian Silverii, the executive director of ProgressNow Colorado, at the Colorado Governor's Mansion.

On April 9, 2017, following Ed Perlmutter's announcement that he was running for Governor of Colorado rather than reelection in 2018, Pettersen announced her candidacy for Colorado's 7th congressional district seat. However, after Ed Perlmutter's announcement to reenter the congressional race she ended her campaign.


In the 2014 legislative session, Pettersen sponsored legislation to assist Colorado's students and families. One bill would help low- and middle-income students receive more tuition assistance and provide more support to students so they can complete their degree. Two other bills help families making less than $25,000 a year find affordable child care and give counties in the state more flexibility to help parents stay in the workforce.


During the 2013 session, Pettersen sponsored a bill cutting red-tape to make it easier for Coloradans to put their income tax returns into a college savings account. She also sponsored a bill that allows someone who dropped out of high school to complete their high school education at a junior or community college.

In 2013, Pettersen opposed a repeal of the death penalty in Colorado.


Pettersen was first elected to represent House District 28 in the 2012 election. She has lived in Jefferson County for almost her whole life and was the first member of her family to graduate from college.


Brittany Pettersen (born 1981) is a member of the Colorado State Senate, representing District 22 in Jefferson County. Previously, she served in the Colorado House of Representatives, representing the 28th district. She is a member of the Democratic Party.