Meet & Greet Monica Wasden

Candidate for Douglas County Board of Commissioners


Who Will Replace Commissioner Jill Repella?

Recently, The Castle Rock News-Press reported that Douglas County was ranked No. 1 out of Colorado's 64 counties for having the highest investment activity in the state, according to SmartAsset.“This ranking magnifies our continued investment in the County's transportation infrastructure, public safety, and natural resources,” said Commissioner and Board Chair Jill Repella. “As our real estate market continues to thrive and businesses continue to come here, our investment as a county government into the economic climate and quality of life in Douglas County continues to pay off.” The county topped the state in the individual categories of business growth rate (5.2 percent) as well as new building permits per 1,000 homes (18.4) and was eighth in inflation-adjusted local GDP growth at $1.113 billion from the years 2010-2013.

As Commissioner Repella is term-limited, Monica Wasden is posed to keep Douglas County's economic vitality moving forward.

Meet & Greet Monica Wasden - Candidate for Douglas County Board of Commissioners

Saturday, Oct. 3rd, 5:30-7:30pm

Idyllwilde HOA Grand Hall, 22008 E. Idyllwilde Dr., Parker, CO

Pick up your favorite coffee beverage at the new Fika Coffeehouse (SW corner of Canterberry Pkwy & E. Idyllwilde Dr. - just north of Legend High School) and walk over to the Idyllwilde HOA Grand Hall next door to enjoy a few delectable appetizers, desserts, and other beverages while meeting Monica Wasden. Stop by any time, even for a few minutes, to find out why so many Douglas County residents know Monica and support her for the Board of County Commissioners.

Find Out More About Monica Wasden

  • Small business owner
  • Chair Public Safety Advisory Committee Douglas County Sheriff’s Office
  • Chair Douglas County Fair Foundation
  • Former Chair Highlands Ranch Community Association
  • Former Chair Douglas County Women’s Crisis Center
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About Monica Wasden

Monica Wasden is a 20-year resident of Douglas County. She is a strong fiscal and social conservative Republican who is pragmatic and thoughtful in her decision-making. Monica is pro-life and a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment. She has worked constantly though her business and volunteer efforts to make Douglas County a great place to live, work, and play. Monica builds lasting relationships, empowers others, and creates strong partnerships to further the needs and goals of our community.

For Monica, service to the community is paramount. She supports government that is limited,

transparent and accountable. As our next County Commissioner, Monica will focus on ensuring the long-term financial stability, securing reusable water resources, and addressing transportation infrastructure needs throughout the county.

Friends and business associates know that Monica is a citizen first, not a politician. She has spent the majority of her career as a small business owner so she understands that government should be efficient, fair, and as minimally intrusive as possible. As a County Commissioner, she will work with the private sector to keep government out of the way in order to foster strong economic growth within our communities.

As Chair of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Public Safety Advisory Committee, Monica had input on programs and polices within the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office. Eighty percent of Douglas County residents feel safe in Douglas County and having safe communities encourages strong economies.

As Chair of the Douglas County Fair Foundation, Monica worked to encourage Douglas County youth to participate in the annual County Fair. We all benefit from educating an ever-increasing suburban population about the 154-year history of Douglas County and our rural heritage.

For 15 years, Highlands Ranch residents have benefited from Monica's service as a delegate to theHighlands Ranch Community Association, many of those years serving as Chair. She contributed to the start of the Highlands Ranch Chamber of Commerce and spent many years serving on the Board of Directors for the Women’s Crisis Center.

Her diverse volunteer community service and strong business experience make Monica the right choice to be our next Commissioner. Please use the "Contact Us" page to ask questions or to let Monica know your thoughts about her campaign or the future of Douglas County. You can also volunteer, make a donation, but most importantly get involved.

Monica is married to Jeff, her husband of 28 years. They have one son, Jordan.