DENVER– This morning, Senator Bob Rankin (R – Carbondale) announced his resignation from the Colorado State Senate, effective January 10th.
Senator Rankin was appointed to serve in the State Senate in 2019 and reelected in 2020, having first been elected to the State House in 2012. Since 2015, Rankin served on the Joint Budget Committee.
“I have informed the Secretary of the Senate my intention to resign from the Colorado State Senate effective January 10th,” Rankin said. “After proudly serving this state for the past 10 years, I have made the decision to move forward with the next chapter of my life.”
“We are all incredibly grateful for Senator Rankin’s service to this state,” Minority Leader Cooke remarked. “His grit, integrity, and honesty is something every member of the General Assembly can aspire to. During his tenure, Bob championed responsible conservative fiscal policy to the benefit of every Colorado taxpayer. His commitment to this state and the people of Colorado will always be cherished. We wish Bob all the best in the next chapter of his life.”