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Biographical information about Walker Stapleton

Walker Stapleton
DENVER (AP) — Walker Stapleton of Denver is running as a Republican for Colorado governor in the 2018 primary election. Here are some biographical details.

NAME: Walker Stapleton.

AGE: 44 (Born April 15, 1974).

EDUCATION: Bachelor’s degree, Williams College; M.A., business economics, London School of Economics; MBA, Harvard Business School.

POLITICAL EXPERIENCE: Colorado state treasurer, 2011-present.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Former chairman/CEO, Sonoma West Holdings, Inc., commercial real estate; real estate investor.

FAMILY: Married to wife Jenna. They have three children.

SOCIAL MEDIA: On Twitter, @WalkerStapleton, and Facebook.com/Walker.R.Stapleton. Website: http://www.stapletonforcolorado.com


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