A Champion for Rural Healthcare
Perry Will has proven to be an effective bipartisan leader when working to find solutions to lower costs and increase healthcare quality and access for rural Colorado.
Perry has passed legislation to address some of our most pressing healthcare needs including:
★ Increased access to mental health services
★ Lowering the cost of prescription drugs
★ Coverage for family planning services
★ Ease of access to health coverage enrollment
★ Providing tax credits to address professional shortages
★ Expanded coverage for telehealth services
★ Coverage for colorectal cancer screening
Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council Deputy Director Frank Cornelia, State Rep. Perry Will, Mind Springs CEO Sharon Raggio and Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council CEO Doyle Forrestal at a ceremony presenting Will with a Community Behavioral Health Champion award at the Glenwood Springs branch.
Unmatched Expertise on Water, Wildlife, and Environmental Stewardship
Perry Will in the News
Vagneur: We have a friend in the Colorado House with Perry Will
I’d done it before — call the DOW (Department of Wildlife, now morphed into Colorado Parks and Wildlife CPW), tell ‘em I needed some certified weed-free hay, and the guy on the other end saying, “Take what you need, and leave a check in the tractor in the hay shed.” How hard is that?
Candidate Q&A: HD57 Republican incumbent Perry Will
For this year’s election, the Post Independent sent House District 57 candidates questions on key challenges facing the district, which consists of Garfield and Pitkin counties. Republican incumbent Perry Will provided the answers below via email.
State Rep. Perry Will named Behavioral Health Champion
State Rep. Perry Will, R-New Castle, was named one of three 2021 Community Behavioral Health Champions by the Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council in a ceremony at the Glenwood Springs Mind Springs branch Nov. 11.
Perry Will column: 2022 legislative wrap-up
One of my top priorities when I took office as your state representative was to ensure investments were made in rural Colorado to preserve and protect our beautiful land, our wonderful wildlife and our way of life. This legislative session, I had the honor of passing quite a few bills to do these things.
State Rep. Perry Will on his legislative record and House District 57
Perry Will, R-New Castle, is the incumbent in the district. Will was appointed to fill the vacant seat in 2019 and won reelection in 2020. Before serving at the statehouse, he spent 42 years as an officer for Colorado Parks and Wildlife.
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Perry Will is the most bipartisan legislator in Denver. He has been clear about what he is focused on: cost of living, better health care access and protecting our water and public lands. And he has the record to prove it: