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Meet Stephanie Villafuerte
By Stephanie Woodrow | October 14, 2021 12:09 pm

Stephanie Villafuerte (gov)

Stephanie Villafuerte (gov)

Stephanie Villafuerte (University of Denver, UCLA School of Law) is nominated to replace  Troy Eid, who resigned in January  as the U.S. Attorney for the  District of Colorado.

Her vitals:

  • Born in Omaha, Neb. in 1965.
  • Has been Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter’s (D) deputy chief of staff since January 2007.
  • Headed Ritter’s transition team following his November 2006 election.
  • Worked in the research/response unit in the Ritter for Governor campaign from July 2006  to November 2006.
  • Was Chief Deputy District Attorney in the Denver District Attorney’s office from January 2001 to July 2006.
  • Served as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in Colorado from May 1998 to January 2001.
  • Worked as Deputy District Attorney in the Denver District Attorney’s office from October 1991 to May 1998.
  • Handled approximately 75 jury trials, all of which she was the lead chair.

Click here for her full disclosure.

UPDATE: On her Office of Government Ethics financial disclosure Villafuerte reports earning a salary of $130,000 in Ritter’s office. On her Senate Judiciary financial disclosure she reports assets of $1,246,200 and liabilities of $151,500 for a net worth of $1,094,700.



  1. Hoss says:

    Wait’ll the National Enquirer gets deep into this.

  2. Kevin Vest says:

    I had hoped that Udall would step in like a knight in shining armor and expose the whole list of unamierican habits going on with this FAKE and her associates. But it appears Not even Udall will step up. Is there anyone that will save our state?

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