Dianne Primavera

Dianne Primavera
Dianne Primavera
Member of the Colorado House of Representatives
from the 33rd district
Assumed office
January 10, 2007[1]
Preceded by Bill Berens
Succeeded by Donald Beezley (elect)
Personal details
Born January 28, 1950 (1950-01-28) (age 61)
Denver, Colorado
Political party Democratic
Religion Roman Catholic[2]

Dianne I. Primavera[3] (born January 28, 1950[4]) is a legislator in the U.S. state of Colorado.

A vocational counselor, government manager, and cancer survivor, Primavera was first elected as a Democrat to the Colorado House of Representatives in 2006 after an unsuccessful campaign in 2004. She represents House District 33, centered around Broomfield, Colorado,[5] and is currently in her second two-year term. In the legislature, Primavera has focused heavily on health care issues.[6]



Born in Denver, Colorado,[4] Primavera earned a bachelor's degree in psychology from Regis University in 1972 and a master's degree in vocational rehabilitation counseling from the University of Northern Colorado in 1975.[3]

Primavera began her career as a case manager for the Weld County Community Center Board. She later was employed as a vocational rehabilitation counselor for the Colorado Department of Social Services, and rose to became a supervisor in the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation.[3]

In 1988, Primavera was diagnosed with breast cancer and given less than 5 years to live by physicians. During her cancer treatment, she went through both a divorce and unemployment, leaving her without health insurance.[7] Primavera was also diagnosed with cervical cancer in 1992.[8] Primavera has survived a total of four bouts with cancer[9] and has participated in the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life.[7] Primavera has two daughters, Kelsey and Darcie.[4]

In 1990, Primavera joined the Rocky Mountain Regional Brain Injury Center as Education & Training Coordinator. In 1994, she was hired as a customer service manager for the Colorado Department of Health Care Policy and Financing, a job she held until 2001. She joined the Colorado Department of Revenue in 2001, working as a director first in the Titles and Registration division, and then in Emissions and Constituent Relations from 2003 through 2004.[4] Primavera was the conference director for the White House Conference on Aging, working with the Division of Aging and Adult Services in the Colorado Department of Human Services. At the time of her election to the state legislature, she was program director for Learning Services Corp.[3] Primavera has also operated a small dog grooming business since her teenage years.[10]

Primavera, a resident of Broomfield, Colorado,[4] has been a member of the Broomfield Health and Human Services Advisory Committee, the 17th Judicial District’s Crime Victim Compensation Board, Denver Public Schools Special Education Advisory Committee, and the boards of the Susan M. Duncan Family YMCA and Chester House. She was appointed by Gov. Bill Owens to the Independent Living Council, and has been a member of State Workers Advocating for the Youth and the Medicaid Advisory Committee for Persons with Disabilities.[3]

Legislative career

2004, 2006 elections

After being elected secretary of the Broomfield County Democratic Party in 2003,[4] Primavera campaigned for the state legislature against Republican Bill Berens in 2004, losing with 47 percent of the popular vote.

Primavera challenged the incumbent Berens in 2006 in what became one of the most hotly contested races statewide.[11][12] During the race, Berens was criticized for accepting a $20,000 golf tournament prize from the Colorado Oil and Gas Association.[13] Primavera received roughly $60,000 in campaign donations, outraising Berens by about two to one. Playing off her name, one of her fundraisers was titled "Pasta and Primavera,"[14] and she would sometimes distribute her father's pasta primavera recipe along with campaign literature to help voters remember her name.[15]

She prevailed in the general election with just over 51 percent support, winning by slightly less than 1000 votes.[5] Because of the close margin, the winner of the race was not known until several days after the polls closed.[13][16]

2007 legislative session

In the 2007 session of the Colorado General Assembly, Primavera sat on the House Health and Human Services Committee and the House Transportation and Energy Committee. [17]

Among Primavera's first bills were measures intended to improve patient safety by addressing mistakes made in health care administration,[18][19] to revise obsolete statutes pertaining to the Colorado Department of Revenue, to regulate movers and to increase funding for health clinics.[20] A cancer survivor, Primavera introduced legislation to establish a Colorado Breast and Women's Reproductive Cancers Fund and an donation checkoff on Colorado income tax forms for the fund,[8][21] to be administered by the Colorado Cancer Coalition.[22] She also supported an unsuccessful bill to require cervical cancer vaccinations,[23] but introduced another bill, that was signed into law, to create a public awareness program for cervical cancer vaccinations,[24][25][26] and require that Medicaid and private health insurance cover the costs of the vaccine.[27] The bill also used tobacco settlement money to create a fund to provide the vaccine to underinsured women.[28]

Primavera also sponsored a successful bill to require that minors be required to wear helmets while riding motorcycles,[29] which passed despite strong opposition from House Republicans.[30] During the session, Primavera was also one of only a few Democrats to oppose a controversial plan by Governor Bill Ritter to freeze property tax rates in order to increase public school funding.[31]

In her first legislative session, Primavera introduced 13 bills, 11 of which were signed into law.[32] For her work on health care issues, Primavera was given the Colorado Lawmaker Award by the Colorado Women's Chamber of Commerce and the Denver Women's Commission.[33]

Following the legislative session, Primavera sat on the interim Transportation Legislation Review Committee.[34]

2008 legislative session

In the 2008 session of the Colorado General Assembly, Primavera sat on the House Health and Human Services Committee and the House Transportation and Energy Committee. [35] In February 2008, Primavera was unanimously elected vice-chair of the Legislative Audit Committee.[36]

Primavera sponsored legislation to alter the process for criminal offenders' designation as a "sexually violent predator;" under her proposal, only judges, rather than parole boards, would be able to apply the designation.[37] She also sponsored legislation to create a tax checkoff for the Adult Stem Cells Cure Fund, designed to promote umbilical cord blood donations.[38][39] Primavera was also the House sponsor of legislation to create the Colorado Autism Commission,[40] legislation to require that health insurance the terms, costs, and benefits of their insurance plans on a public website,[41] and legislation to earmark some tax revenues from gambling to gambling addiction prevention and counseling.[42]

2008 election

Primavera filed to run for a second term in 2007; Republican Nick Kliebenstein announced his bid to seek Primavera's seat in July of that year.[43] In a district closely balanced between Republicans and Democrats, the race between Primavera and Kliebenstein was targeted by both major parties,[44] although by the end of summer 2008, Primavera had outraised Kliebenstein by roughly three to one.[45] Her fundraising advantage continued through October, by which time she had raised over $100,000 to Kliebenstein's $30,000.[18]

During the campaign, Primavera pledged to continue her work in the area of health care reform,[44] while Kliebenstein criticized Primavera for her support of a property tax freeze, and contrasted his support for dedicated highway funding and oil exploration with Primavera's emphasis on mass transit and alternative energy sources.[46] Primavera's re-election bid was endorsed by the Denver Post[47] the Boulder Daily Camera,[48] the Windsor Beacon, the Broomfield Enterprise, and the Boulder Weekly.[49] Primavera won re-election, defeating Kliebenstein by several thousand votes, or 56 percent of ballots cast,[50] a greater margin than her first election win in 2006.[51]

Following the election, Primavera attended the festivities in Washington, DC surrounding the presidential inauguration of Barack Obama in January 2009.[52]

2009 legislative session

For the 2009 legislative session, Primavera was named to seats on the House Health and Human Services Committee and the House Transportation and Energy Committee, and was tapped to chair the Legislative Audit Committee.[53] Following her re-election, Primavera stated that her legislative agenda for the 2009 session would focus on transportation and health care,[54][55] including legislation to prevent insurance companies them from denying coverage for cancer patients participating in clinical trials,[56] legislation that was signed into law.[57] Privavera also sponsored a bill to dedicate funds from purchases of Colorado's "Committed to a Cure" breast cancer awareness special license plate towards cancer treatment;[58][59] the legislation led the original creators of the license plate to pull the original design from use, as they claimed the bill altered the mission of the plate; a new design will be created.[60]

For her work on health care legislation, Primavera was named a Community Health Champion by the Colorado Community Health Network in February 2009,[61] and was honored with the Legislative Leadership Award by the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Action Network,[62][63] and honored by the Brain Injury Association of Colorado later in the year.[64]

2010 legislative session

For the 2010 legislation session, Primavera relinquished the chair of the Legislative Audit Committee to Sen. David Schultheis.[65]

Prior to the 2010 General Assembly session, Primavera announced plans to introduce legislation to shorten the time in which banks could foreclose on abandoned homes from four months to two months.[66][67][68]

2010 election

Primavera's district, which contained more registered Republicans than Democrats, was one of those targeted by Colorado Republicans hoping to make gains during the midterm 2010 legislative elections.[69] Primavera's Republican opponent, Donald Beezley, narrowly unseated Primavera with 50.4% of the vote after receiving 314 more votes.[70][71]


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