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Shaun Boyd Biography, Age, Husband, Career, CBS4 And Reality Check

Shaun Boyd is an American award-winning reporter who has more than 20 years of experience. She attended the University of Notre Dame.

Shaun Boyd Biography

Shaun Boyd is an American award-winning reporter who has more than 20 years of experience. She is a native of Michigan.

She attended the University of Notre Dame. She is married to former CBS4 reporter, Raj Chohan. The couple has twins and a dog. She enjoys watching her children play with the son being an ice hockey player while her daughter enjoys figure skating.

Shaun Boyd Age

She is a native of Michigan. Information about her age will be updated soon.

Shaun Boyd Husband

She is married to former CBS4 reporter, Raj Chohan.

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Shaun Boyd Career | Shaun Boyd CBS4

She is a political specialist at CBS4 and she covers the state legislature, national political stories, and she leads our election coverage year after year.

She traveled both to the Democratic National Convention and the Republican National Convention in 2012 and 2016. She provided instant analysis of keynote addresses in live reports. She also did one-on-one interviews with Donald Trump, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and Mitt Romney.

She has also hosted several debates between Colorado’s Congressional candidates. In recent years, she has covered some of Colorado’s biggest stories including legislation legalizing civil unions for gay couples, new gun control laws and a ballot measure legalizing marijuana.

She also runs political ads in her show, Reality Check. She has received numerous Emmy nominations and regional awards from her peers in the industry and has also won the respect of those she works with in law enforcement and firefighting.

The Emergency Services Public Information Officers organization named her its media person of the year in 2003. Before joining CBS4, she used to work at KGAN-TV located in Cedar Rapids, Lowa. She has also worked as an anchor at WOOD-TV in Grand Rapids. She joined CBS4 in 1998.

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Lawmaker ‘Overwhelmed’ As Colorado Bill Based On Late Husband’s Notes Becomes Law

Source; denver.cbslocal.com

Four years after her husband passed away, State Rep. Janet Buckner found notes he’d written about a bill he wanted to pass.

Those notes formed the basis for a bill that Gov. Jared Polis signed into law Friday.

“Janet you know he’s with us today, you know that,” Polis told Buckner just before he signed the bill in a ceremony at Overland High School. Her late husband, former State Rep. John Buckner, was the principal at the Aurora school for 17 years.

“This is so exciting and almost overwhelming,” said Buckner.

When John died, she took his seat in the Colorado Legislature and picked up where he left off.

“We had many conversations about … why weren’t kids of color or kids who didn’t have means, why were they not given the opportunity to take advance of courses so they could excel? I found my husband’s handwritten notes about this idea.”

She turned those notes into a bill that requires students to be automatically placed in advanced classes based on performance, not prejudice.

Buckner thanked two students who helped to pass the bill.

“These young ladies were me when I was a young girl. They were not encouraged to take advanced classes.”

She said she is honored to carry a bill her husband envisioned but didn’t live to see passed.

“Here it is coming to life and it means so much to me and my family,” she said.

Buckner’s bill is among eight education-related bills the governor signed into law Friday. They include the School Finance Act — which increases school funding by hundreds of millions of dollars — and bills overhauling the Read Act, encouraging apprenticeships and internships in high schools, putting social workers in elementary schools and expanding the reduced school lunch program to kids in high school.