Richard Murray for CU Regent, CD 6
A Stronger CU, A Better Colorado
Richard is a dedicated alumnus of the University of Colorado who will work tirelessly towards providing affordable, accessible, inclusive, and world-class higher education to Coloradans. For two decades, CU has been a central part of Richard's life and he has maintained strong ties serving his alma mater.
Richard is running for CU Regent (Congressional District 6) because he deeply cares about the future of the next generation of Coloradans and working to solve the important issues facing higher education in Colorado.
As a "Double Buff" alum (undergraduate and law degrees) from CU, Richard is the beneficiary of what CU has to offer and he now wants to pay it forward by working to invest in our State's future -- its students.
The CU Board of Regents oversees the four-campus CU System -- the third largest employer in the state -- and its $5 billion budget. The Board of Regents consists of nine members, one elected from each of Colorado's seven congressional districts and two elected statewide. The Regents are constitutionally charged with general supervision of the University and the control and direction of all funds and appropriations, they hire the University's President and other top University officials, and they set tuition and policies. All registered voters in Congressional District 6 can vote to elect Richard to serve on the Board of Regents. For more information about Regents, click here.
Richard's background as an accomplished attorney, the former president of a multi-million dollar nonprofit educational organization, a former Student Body President at CU Boulder with in-depth experience with the CU Administration, and having served on and led numerous boards and committees (see ABOUT) provides him the unique experience and qualifications to best serve Congressional District 6 as your next CU Regent.
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Investing in Colorado's Future