Eagle County deputy district attorney Dylan Roberts elected to represent House District 26
ROUTT COUNTY — Dylan Roberts was elected Saturday, Oct. 28, by a vacancy committee to become the next representative of House District 26. He will succeed Rep. Diane Mitsch Bush, D-Steamboat Springs, whose resignation becomes effective Thursday, Nov. 2.
“I am humbled by this responsibility and look forward to serving the people of Eagle County and Routt County as their state representative,” Roberts said. “House District 26 is comprised of the county where I grew up, as well as the county where I live now. It will be a tremendous honor to serve this district in Denver.”
Roberts grew up in Steamboat Springs. He now lives in Eagle and works as a deputy district attorney in Eagle County. He has a law degree from the University of Colorado and a bachelor’s degree from Boston College.
“It will be a pleasure to welcome Dylan to the House of Representatives,” said Speaker Crisanta Duran. “I know he will be an effective voice for his constituents in Eagle and Routt counties.
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