Born in Trinidad, Colorado, Judy is a 5th Generation Coloradoan who has lived and gone to school in Stonewall, Weston, Trinidad, La Veta, Lamar, Black Forest (Falcon High School). She attended Lamar Junior College, Southern Colorado State College (now CSU Pueblo) and was a member of 4-H and enjoys showing horses, sewing and cooking.

As a business owner, Judy understands the importance of the free market with common sense government regulation to foster a vibrant economy in Colorado.

Together with her family, the decision was made to take this journey to the next phase. It is through faith and a love for her country that Judy Rydberg Reyher now moves ahead and asks for your support. This is not just Judy’s journey, as we are with her. Together we can make a better tomorrow in Colorado for our children, grandchildren and the future generations to come.


  • Colorado Agricultural Leadership Program, Class IV
  • Independent Cattle Growers
  • Colorado Cattlewomen
  • Arkansas Valley Cattlewomen
  • National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution, La Junta Chapter
    • Chapter Treasurer
  • Order of the Eastern Star, Chapter #7 Pueblo
  • Order of the Eastern Star, Chapter #1 Trinidad
  • Trinidad Historical Society
  • Santa Fe Trail Association, Bent’s Fort Chapter
  • The Heritage Foundation
  • National Rifle Association, Patriot Life Member
  • Continuing Supporter
    • Wounded Warrior Project
    • St Joseph’s Indian School, Chamberlain, SD
  • Been around agriculture, horses, and rodeo entire life
  • Been a resident of cities such as Denver and Colorado Springs, towns such as Lamar, Alamosa, Trinidad, and small towns such as Wiley, Swink, La Veta

Political experience:

  • Precinct Chair, Prowers County Republican Party – 14 years
  • Precinct Chair, Otero County Republican Party – 17 years
  • County Chair, Otero County Republican Party – 10 years
  • Colorado GOP
    • State Executive Committee – 4 years
    • Chair, House District 64 – 4 years
    • Chair, House District 47 – 5 years
    • Chair, Senate District 2 – 4 years