I am PK Kaiser, and I am running for re-election as Arapahoe County Assessor so I can continue serving Arapahoe County and its people.
I am dedicated to transparency, equity, and accountability in Arapahoe County’s government, and to making sure that everybody’s voices are heard. Like you, I want to play an active role in making our community, state, and country a better place to raise our children, run our businesses, and forge a future filled with promise.
Since taking the oath to become Arapahoe County Assessor in 2019, I’ve been working tirelessly to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the Assessor’s Office. I’ve brought innovation and technology to the forefront and made transparency, equity, and accountability our leading principles.
I am out and about, relishing each moment I spend with people every day. From knocking on doors to attending and speaking at community events, neighborhood meetings, and forums, I am happy to be among people, listening to their concerns and ideas for making Arapahoe County a better place to live. I have been moved by the stories I’ve heard. I believe that every concern is significant and that there is a dire need to address these issues.
My commitment to the people remains unchanged. Year after year and election after election, I am there with you, no matter what. My success lies in my involvement with the communities around us.
I am running again because I want to further improve the Assessor’s Office and continue to be an accountable, transparent, and equitable civil servant to the people of Arapahoe County. In 2022, we will once again win ballots and hearts.
Together we can make a meaningful difference for our community, as we did four years ago.
If you want a fair, equitable, and transparent property assessment for Arapahoe County,
RE-ELECT PK KAISER FOR ARAPAHOE COUNTY
The numbers of appeals and protests are at lowest levels every year since in office.
First ever county in the state digitalized the appeals. Online transparency tools.
Adapted zero increase budget More than 1/4 Non salary budget was saved every year.
The staff turnaround is lowest both to previous years & countywide.