State Representative Jonathan Singer (D-Longmont) currently represents House District 11.
Appointed to the State House in January of this year to serve out newly appointed County Commissioner Deb Gardner’s term in office, Representative Jonathan Singer jumped in with both feet. He is a member of the Economic and Business Development Committee.
With a commitment to a representative and transparent government, Rep. Singer has conducted regular town hall meetings, has regularly attended community events, and has maintained an open line of communication.
Representative Singer has spent his first session in the State legislature bringing people together to find common sense solutions for Colorado: bills to ensure that Colorado families got the tax credits they deserved, to make sure that employers pay employees owed wages, and to demand fiscal responsibility in the state government.
Representative Singer has spent the last 16 years working with Colorado’s most vulnerable families, most recently with child protections and family services in Boulder County. Prior to working with Boulder County, he worked for the Denver Office of Economic Development, helping to get families back to work and off of government assistance. Having worked with Colorado’s most vulnerable, Representative Singer has seen first hand how Colorado families are hurting and he brings that experience in protecting our kids, serving the elderly, and assisting families in need to the State Capitol.
A graduate of Colorado State University, Representative Singer earned his bachelors in 2001 and his Master's in Social Work in 2003. He has been a volunteer in the community for most of his life — from sitting on the Longmont Planning and Zoning Commission to volunteering for organizations such as the CSU Drug and Alcohol Task Force and the Boulder County Safe House. He met his wife, Allison, while volunteering at the Boulder Public Library while they were both in high school.