We Should Return

I'm a passionate American, a small business owner, a mother and wife, a coal miner's daughter, and a involved member of my Western Colorado community. Like many of you, I'm also someone who wants to help fix the problems that seem to be hurting our country and world right now: education, gun violence, immigration, healthcare, and on and on.

These are complex problems. But that is all the more reason why — as we develop solutions — we should return to the simple, clear, and powerful principles that our country was founded on. 

I believe that all of us, the everyday Americans, have something to contribute. In fact, we offer something that seems so often to be missing in our modern political conversation: common sense. 

I hope you'll join me in re-engaging our communities in straightforward dialogue about founding principles, discuss how policies affect people, and encouraging every person to be the light of the world.

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Bobbie Daniel was born into Colorado pioneer family and grew up in the small agricultural community of Palisade, Colorado.

“In my family it seemed that if you weren't a miner, then you were a preacher. And every last one of them was a cowboy.”


From an early age, Bobbie was involved in helping those around her. When she was only ten, she worked with her mother at the Pregnancy Center. She served as a lifeguard as a teenager, and in high school held a number of leadership positions, from Student Council to co-captain of her swim team and club volleyball teams. 



Bobbie's freshman year at Mesa State College she worked her way to the National Dean's List while scooping ice cream at Baskin Robins and waiting tables. As a freshman in college, Bobbie was accepted into AmeriCorps and spent a year serving her community and country. She developed programs ranging from a Habitat for Humanity Blitz Build (20 homes in one week) in Lubbock, Texas, to an outreach program for educating children in one of the most poverty-stricken areas of Denver about health and safety. In addition, Bobbie and her teammates renovated a 200,000 sq ft. warehouse in Colorado Springs to be used as a Youth Outreach Center and built an outdoor classroom for public schools in Elk City, Oklahoma.


“I was the lucky one to serve in such a giving way to others for a year out my young life. I knew my purpose and it was meaningful, it mattered to someone, and it made a difference. I loved every minute of helping others and by doing so it help me. It help me see that there is no greater reward then service to others. We can all serve in different ways and it all makes a difference.”



Bobbie eventually felt called to start her own business, and she opened a salon in her early twenties. She was sought after by Coloradans for her professional skills — but also for her listening skills and her natural ability to care for them. Bobbie built a reputation as a good listener, a problem solver, and someone who could be trusted. As she heard the voices of Coloradans over the years, she was moved to serve and find solutions through principles and education. 


“I want to take the principles and values I have learned and work with others to develop awareness of policy that affects all of our lives. To empower individuals with civic knowledge, together, we can restore accountability, character and trust to all levels of public service .” 


Bobbie Daniel

Founding President of Freedom Vs Force a network designed to empower individuals to be the architect of their own lives.

Co-Host of #realtalk a talk show designed for real conversations about principles, policy, and ideas. 

Co-Founder of Community Mentor Project, an organization dedicated to supporting individuals choosing to be a caring adult in the life of a middle or and high school student.  

Founding President of Moms Empower Moms an organization committed to civic education of moms.

2018 Campaign Director for Colorado State Senator Ray Scott 

President of Western Slope Liberty Toastmaster

Graduate of the Leadership Program of the Rockies