Headed by Gov. John Hickenlooper, that office received below-average ratings on the 2013 Employee Engagement Survey in areas such as leadership, morale, and workload.
Meanwhile, the Secretary of State’s Office received some of the highest marks in the anonymous survey of state employees, outperforming the Governor’s Office across the board in leadership, efficiency, effectiveness and elegance.
Not surprisingly, the results released last week have seeped into the gubernatorial campaign, given that the Democrat Hickenlooper is running for reelection and Secretary of State Scott Gessler is seeking the GOP nomination.
Husband and father of two. As committed to every one of Colorado’s families as his own. Entrepreneur and small businessman. Built a business from the ground up, creating jobs and opportunities along the way. Proud military veteran. Served in the U.S. Army and Army Reserves, defending our nation and our freedoms at home and abroad. Colorado’s trusted conservative leader. As Secretary of State, secured the integrity of our elections while cutting regulations and fees to save Colorado’s businesses $3.5 million. New Conservative Leadership http://www.ScottGessler.com Republican Scott Gessler The Bold Vision Colorado Needs Restoring Our Conservative Principles Create Colorado jobs Keep taxes and energy costs low, eliminate costly regulations and increase our competitive edge. Make government more accountable Protect taxpayers, cut wasteful spending and prevent tax hikes. Improve education without raising taxes Eliminate burdensome government mandates, strengthen school choice and increase pay for high-performing teachers. Defend our gun freedoms Stand up for Colorado’s law-abiding citizens and stop any and all attempts to impede on our constitutional gun rights.
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