State Representative (D-Longmont)
currently represents House District 11
When he first joined the State Legislature, Jonathan committed himself to taking a leadership role on the key issues affecting his neighbors in House District 11. Jonathan wants to make sure that Colorado’s working families have every possible opportunity and can continue to enjoy our State’s extraordinary quality of life. Representative Singer has dedicated his time to bringing people together to work toward common sense solutions for Colorado’s most pressing issues. He has sponsored legislation to:
- Protect the wages of working families (SB14-005)
- Help Colorado’s flood victims to rebuild and get back on their feet (HB14-1001)
- Provide protections for our first responders (HB14-1343)
- Ensure that our State’s land, water and natural resources are protected (HB13-202)
A true public servant, Representative Singer is dedicated to transparent and accessible government. Since joining the State Legislature, Representative Singer conducts regular town hall meetings, attends as many community events as possible, and welcomes open communications with constituents and Colorado residents.
Prior to joining the Colorado State House, Jonathan Singer spent well over a decade working to protect Colorado’s most vulnerable children, families, and the elderly with Boulder County’s department of Child and Family Services. He also spent time with the City of Denver’s Office of Economic Development, overseeing a program to get Colorado families off of welfare and permanently back to work.
Representative Singer is a graduate of both Colorado State University and the University of Colorado, where he received his Masters of Social Work. Jonathan has dedicated considerable time to volunteering and community service – from working to guide growth in the City of Longmont through his service on the Planning and Zoning Commission, to helping ensure the safety of CSU Students with the CSU Drug and Alcohol Task Force, to protecting victims of Domestic Violence with the Boulder County Safe House.
Jonathan is married to his high-school sweetheart Allison. In 2015, Rep. Singer became a father when they welcomed their daughter Gwendolyn into the family. During the 2016 legislative session, little Gwen became one of her dad’s best representatives, making frequent trips with him to the capitol. Jonathan is running for re-election to continue the work he started and to make sure Colorado provides Gwen with the same opportunities it gave him.