Dylan Roberts


Dylan Roberts

Working Hard For
Eagle County & Routt County


Dylan Roberts represents House District 26 in the Colorado House of Representatives, which encompasses Eagle and Routt Counties. Serving in this position since 2017, his work at the legislature has focused on lowering the cost of health care and prescription drugs, protecting our environment and water, finding ways to lower the cost of living, and promoting rural economic development. At the Capitol, he serves as the Chair of the Business Affairs & Labor Committee and as a member of the Judiciary Committee and the Agriculture, Livestock & Water Committee. Dylan grew up in Routt County and now lives in Eagle County with his fiancé Sarah and their rescue-dog, Hattie.

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On the Issues

Dylan Roberts is a leader at the legislature where his priorities and record include: reducing health insurance costs, lowering the cost of prescription drugs, advocating for affordable housing, protecting clean water, fighting for working families and small businesses, and much more. 

Jobs & Economy

Helping our economy recover from COVID-19 and ensuring good-paying jobs for Coloradans.
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Water, Climate, and Energy

Climate change is real and we need bold solutions to protect our environment, help transitioning communities, and secure Colorado's water for generations to come.
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Affordable Health Care

We've made progress but there is more work to do to make health care more affordable and accessible for all Coloradans.
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Repairing & preparing our infrastructure for the the future must be one of the Legislature’s top concerns.
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Ensuring that every Colorado kid gets the high-quality education they deserve and supporting our hardworking educators.
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Cost of Living

A strong middle class is not possible without attainable housing, adequate child care, reliable broadband, and equal opportunity to earn a good wage, start a business, and raise a family.
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Legislative Roundup

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