US Army Veteran
As a Lt. Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve, David Balmer served in deployments to Afghanistan
and Bosnia.

David Balmer is Endorsed by:

Former U.S. Senator Bill Armstrong
Former Governor Bill Owens
Congressman Mike Coffman
Former Congressman Tom Tancredo
Former Senate President John Andrews
Former Sheriff Grayson Robinson
Commissioner Rod Bockenfeld
Former Commissioner John Brackney
Former School Board Member Jerry Weaver
Former Centennial Councilman Ron Weidmann
Centennial Councilwoman Stephanie Piko
Centennial Councilman Ken Lucas
South Metro Fire Board Dave Jackson
South Metro Fire Board Rich Sokol
Former Aurora Chamber Chair Pete Kirchhof
Community Leaders Edie and Mort Marks
Community Leaders Terry and Bob Pomeroy
National Rifle Association
The Villager
Colorado Association of Commerce & Industry
Colorado Association of Realtors®
Colorado Medical Society
Colorado Dental Association
Associated General Contractors

David Balmer runs with his dogs Scout & Cooper in Cherry Creek State Park.

Balmer received an award for passing a bill to protect our state parks. He strongly supports the off-leash dog park at Cherry Creek State Park

Protect Our Colorado Environment

David Balmer family
David Balmer with wife Karen, and dogs, Scout, Cooper & Digby.
Community Involvement
From 1998 to 2006, David served on the Board of Warren Village, a Denver non-profit community for 93 previously homeless single mothers. He tutored an inner-city Denver boy through the Bridge Project. He served for 3 years on the Accountability Committee for Fox Hollow Elementary School, part of Cherry Creek Schools. David is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Wake Forest Law School and various U.S. Army training schools.

As a former Senior Manager for Cherokee Investment Partners, David has worked in brownfield redevelopment for 16 years. Cherokee specializes in the acquisition and clean-up of environmentally contaminated properties. Since 1990, Cherokee has purchased over 350 sites across North America and Europe. In 1999, David was honored with the Denver Business Journal’s Forty Under 40 award, which recognizes Denver’s top 40 young business leaders.

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