About Kevin

Kevin truly loves our country and Colorado and wants to do his part to make this a better place to live, work and raise a family

Kevin Van Winkle is a Different Kind of Senator

Sworn into the State Senate in June 2022, he is a small business owner in Highlands Ranch and a longtime advocate for free markets and the principles of liberty. Prior to serving in office, Sen. Van Winkle would put his small business on hold during the legislative session to serve as the Senior Policy Analyst for the Colorado Senate Republicans.  In 2010, Kevin began a groundbreaking voter registration program which has since been used as a model across the West for growing the Republican Party and turning out new voters on Election Day.

A Deep Respect for the Constitution and the Proper Role of Limited Government

In the State Senate, Kevin works to help our state government work for you, not over you.  He stays true to his values and is working to get Colorado back on track.

Kevin has earned “A” ratings from Principles of Liberty Colorado and the National Rifle Association during his short time at the capitol. He was also recognized by several publications, such as the Denver Post and Colorado Peak Politics, as an “extremely effective legislator” who “holds firm to conservative values.”

Born and Raised in Northwest Douglas County

Kevin has deep roots in the community. It is often said that he grew up along with the area he currently represents and is truly proud to have started both his family and business in Douglas County.

In his free time, Kevin is a proud member of a local Ice Hockey team and gets outside as often as possible to enjoy Colorado’s many hiking trails and campgrounds. He and his wife, Kelly, are founding members of Crosspoint Community Church in nearby Centennial, Colorado, and proud parents.

A History of Success in Leadership

Before his service as State Senator, Kevin served for 8 years as State Representative of HD-43. For two of those years he served as the Assistant Minority Leader. He was also a Ranking Member of the House Finance Committee and a member of the House Business Affairs & Labor Committee. Additionally, he sat on the esteemed Legislative Board of Ethics, was President of the Colorado Channel, and was a member of the Police Officers’ and Firefighters’ Pension Reform Commission.

Year after year he has grown more and more fed up with the direction the politicians in Denver and Washington are taking our state and nation.  Meanwhile, they grow more and more distant from WE THE PEOPLE.