Councilmember Kyle Brown has announced his candidacy for the Ward 3 position on Louisville City Council.
Brown was sworn into the office in January to fill a vacant seat in Ward 3 after Mayor Ashley Stolzmann was elected mayor in November.
“I am honored to represent Ward 3 and, as a councilmember, I have prioritized economic vitality and environmental sustainability,” Brown said in a statement. “In these unprecedented times, I will continue to use my health care expertise to help support and protect our residents and businesses.”
Brown is a chief affordability officer for the Colorado Division of Insurance, and has lived in the city for more than 20 years.
In March, he joined the state’s coronavirus response efforts to make more testing available across the state.
Brown said he’s committed to making Louisville the best place to live, work and do business.
“We must continue to work to attract and retain local businesses while taking climate action and preserving our small town character,” Brown said.
Brown said if elected, he will continue to use his background in healthcare and public service to help the community respond to the pandemic.
“As I have done so far on council, I will continue to focus on supporting residents and businesses that have been hardest hit by this crisis,” Brown said. “I will also continue to make Louisville more sustainable, taking meaningful climate action by working to provide the city with 100 percent renewable energy.”
Brown said residents should vote for him because he will work for a vibrant, sustainable city.
“In these difficult times, my background in health care and public service give me the skills to best help our community respond to and recover from this crisis.”
For more information about Brown, visit kyleforlouisville.com.