(John Frank, The Denver Post) — “… In the recent budget debate, he supported broad cuts to existing state agencies, including public safety and higher education, to put more money toward transportation projects without the tax hike lawmakers are considering.

‘I’m known to say ‘no’ quite a bit and there’s a reason behind that,’ he said. …”

To read the full coverage of Justin Everett‘s announcement for State Treasurer from The Denver Post, go here.

The Colorado legislature’s “Dr. No” enters the 2018 state treasurer race