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Public Policy Team

The Public Policy Team at The Road @ Chapel Hills seeks to provoke a revolutionary return to Christian freedom values in America, beginning with Constitutional protections for all and a return of non-apologetic, bold Biblical leaders in governance structures throughout our society. Before this nation can begin restoration to righteousness and Biblical truths, the link between governance and Christianity must be restored. Led by Pastor Steve, the Public Policy Team has paved the way for political initiatives across our city, advocating for parental rights in the education system, freedom for businesses and churches, and other important values that impact our city.

This team is open to everyone to join. They meet at specific times throughout the year. When an event is planned, information for the public can be found on this page. The Public Policy Team also strongly encourages local voting and endorses a voter guide for those who desire to vote for conservative values. Click on the button below to view.

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How to Get Involved with the 2022 Elections

There are several ways to get involved with Election Day, November 8, 2022.

Support Candidates

Candidates in your district need help in walking and handing out literature and yard signs more than you know,  One of the best ways to support a candidate who shares your values in your district (other than donating to their campaign) is to help them walk one day for a few hours prior to election day.  Contact your respective party or candidate directly to offer assistance in walking and/or putting out yard signs.

Become a Poll Watcher

For those interested in being a poll watcher:  This is done through your respective political party.  Vicki Tonkins is Chairman of the El Paso County Republican Party, John Mikos is Chairman of the El Paso County Democratic Party.  Call your respective party chairman and ask about sign-up to be a poll watcher.

Election Watchers – El Paso County Clerk and Recorder

Become an Election Judge

Visit the links below for information about the assignment lengths and various job duties and responsibilities that are available for temporary election judges. People who apply for election judge at this date (many of these spots are filled) will get a call from the Clerk & Recorder’s office if there is an opening. The County Clerk & Recorder Office is required to pull people first from the lists that the major parties provide them for Election Judges.

Applications are usually done in your party caucus. However, if you did not get to do so – you must fill out a form on this website:

Election Judges – El Paso County Clerk and Recorder

Election Calendar

Election Calendar review from October 4th onward: 2022ElectionCalendar.pdf (

Election Drop Boxes and Polling Information

Ballot Drop Boxes and VSPC Locations – El Paso County Clerk and Recorder

Party Contacts

Party-Contact-Info-2020-June.pdf (

About Amy Stephens

Director of Public Policy at The Road

Amy Stephens is an advocate, former House Majority Leader in Colorado, government affairs executive for the leading global law firm, Dentons US LLP and is currently Principal for Fresh Ideas Public Affairs and Strategy.

She recently worked at the Administration for Children & Families in Washington DC as a political appointee serving as a Senior Advisor to the Assistant Secretary with a portfolio that covered foster adoption, child welfare, runaway and homeless youth, youth risk behaviors and human trafficking.  Amy worked with Governors and their staff in all 50 states to make it a state priority to find homes for difficult to place foster youth.

Amy moved to Colorado Springs in 1991 with Focus on the Family. In her ten years at Focus she managed both Public Policy and Youth Culture divisions.  She was Dr. Dobson’s first government affairs lobbyist going to CA and CO to speak to legislatures on children, youth and family issues.  She wrote two relationship curriculums for youth at Focus, used globally and translated into 26 languages and launched Focus’ first Life on the Edge Conferences for parents and teens.

Leadership is Amy’s passion and guiding teams to success is where she excels.  Amy is married to Ron Stephens who currently serves on the Board of Monument Trustees.  They have one son, Nick, who is married and an attorney on the east coast.

Connect with Amy: or her Linked In profile