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Aurora Municipal Election

AURORA CITY COUNCIL ELECTION

The City of Aurora municipal election will be held on Tuesday, November 7, 2017. Offices to be elected are from Wards I, II, and III, as well as two At-Large positions. All terms of office in this non-partisan election are for four years. The ballot also will include questions for Aurora Public Schools and Cherry Creek School District.

See the League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas County Ballot Issues page for information on City of Aurora Issue 2K, which will also be on the ballot.

City Council Ward I - 4 Year Term - (Vote for One)
Sally Mounier
Crystal Murillo

City Council Ward II - 4 Year Term - (Vote for One)
Bob Hagedorn
Nicole Johnston
Ruben Medina
Robert O'Riley
Jeff Wilson

City Council Ward III - 4 Year Term - (Vote for One)
Marsha Berzins
Robert Hargrove
Debi Hunter Holen
Martha Lugo
Naquetta Ricks

City Council At-Large - 4 Year Term (Vote for Two)
Brian Arnold
Dave Gruber
Reid Hettich
Allison Hiltz
Tim Huffman
Abel Laeke
Tom Tobiassen
Russ Wagner

For more information, contact the Aurora City Clerk's office at 303-739-7094 or visit their elections web pages here and here .

Aurora Public Schools

AURORA PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION ELECTION

The Aurora Public Schools Board of Education, Adams-Arapahoe School District 28J, has four Director positions open and will be voted on at-large in the Tuesday, November 7, 2017, non-partisan election.

At-Large- 4 Year Term (Vote for Four)
Kyla Alysia Armstrong-Romero
Jane F. Barber
Kevin Cox
Debra E. Gerkin
Marques A. Ivey
Miguel In Suk Lovato
Gail Pough
Lea Steed
Barbara J. Yamrick

For more information about the election, contact the Aurora Public Schools Board of Education at 303-344-8060, ext. 28009 or visit their website here.

Bennett

See the League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas County Ballot Issues page for information on Bennett Fire Protection District Number 7 Issue 4D, which will be on the ballot.

Bennett Public Schools

BENNETT PUBLIC SCHOOLS DISTRICT ELECTION

The Bennett Public Schools District, Bennett School District 29J, has two Director positions open and will be voted on at-large in the Tuesday, November 7, 2017, non-partisan election.

At-Large- 4 Year Term (Vote for Two)
James DuBois
Kyle Meyer
Zebulen A. Petre

For more information about the election, contact the Bennett Public Schools District at 303-644-3234, ext. 28009 or visit their website here.

Byers Public Schools

BYERS PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION ELECTION

The Byers Public Schools District, Byers School District 32J, has three Director positions open and will be voted on at-large in the Tuesday, November 7, 2017, non-partisan election.

See the League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas County Ballot Issues page for information on Byers School District Issue 3A and Issue 3B, which will also be on the ballot.

At-Large- 4 Year Term (Vote for Three)
Jay Bauer
Donna J. Sauer
Charles "Charlie" Tucker

For more information about the election, contact the Byers Public Schools District at 303.822.5292 or visit their website here.

Castle Pines Municipal Election

CASTLE PINES MUNICIPAL ELECTION

On Tuesday, November 7, 2017, Castle Pines Registered Voters will elect a Mayor, four City Council members, and a City Treasurer. This is a non-partisan election. The Mayor and City Treasurer seats are at-large positions.

Mayor - 4-Year Term (Vote for One)
Geoff Blue
Tera Radloff

City Council Ward 1 - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Melissa Coudeyras

City Council Ward 2 - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Ben Price

City Council Ward 2 - 2 Year Term (Vote for One)
Gregg Fisher

City Council Ward 3 - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Write In

City Council Ward 3 - 2 Year Term (Vote for One)
Write In

For more information, contact the City of Castle Pines City Clerk at 303-705-0226 or visit their website here and here .

Castle Rock

See the League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas County Ballot Issues page for information on Town of Castle Rock Question 300, which will also be on the ballot.

Centennial Municipal Election

CENTENNIAL CITY COUNCIL ELECTION

On Tuesday, November 7, 2017 Centennial voters will elect a Mayor and four City Council Members, one from each of four Districts. The City of Centennial is divided into four Districts. Each District is represented by two City Council Members that serve four year staggered terms, along with the Mayor who is elected at-large. City elections are non-partisan.

Candidates on the ballot:

Mayor - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Stephanie Piko
Charles "C.J." Whelan III

City Council District 1 - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Kathy Turley

City Council District 2 - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Tammy Maurer
Nancy Nickless
Bennett Rutledge
Doris Truhlar

City Council District 3 - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Mike Sutherland

City Council District 4 - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Marlo Alston
Charlette Fleming
John Miquel

Candidate information, including candidate profiles, may be obtained by contacting the Centennial City Clerk's office at 303-325-8000 or on their website here.

Cherry Creek Public Schools

CHERRY CREEK SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION ELECTION

For the 2017 election, Karen Fisher and Kelly Bates have been elected by acclamation to the two open seats on the Cherry Creek School District Board of Education in unopposed campaigns. Because of the lack of opposition, the fall election has been canceled and both candidates have been confirmed.

Cherry Creek is divided into five Director Districts. A Board of Education member from each Director District is elected for a four-year term by voters in a non-partisan election. Although each member of the board represents a Director District, all candidates run at-large and all residents of the Cherry Creek School district may vote in each race.

For more information about the CCSD's election by acclamation, contact the Cherry Creek Board of Education at 303-773-1184 or visit their website at here.

Douglas County Public Schools

DOUGLAS COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD OF EDUCATION ELECTION

The Douglas County School District RE1 has a director district plan in which all school Directors are voted on at-large. Four School Board Director seats will be elected in the Tuesday, November 7, 2017, non-partisan election.

District B - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Ryan Abresch
Anthony Graziano

District D - 4 Year Term(Vote for One)
Randy Mills
Chris Schor

District E - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Kevin Leung
Grant Nelson

District G - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Krista Holtzmann
Debora Scheffel

For more information about the Douglas County Board of Education election, contact the Board of Education at 303-387-0258 or visit their website at here and here.

Englewood Municipal Election

ENGLEWOOD CITY COUNCIL AND MUNICIPAL JUDGE ELECTION

On November 7, 2017, voters will elect three Council members: a representative from District 2, District 4, and one At-Large. In addition, voters will also choose a Municipal Judge. All four positions are four-year terms. This election, administered by the Election Commission of the City Clerk's Office, is a non-partisan election.

Candidates on the ballot:

District 2 - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Linda Olson

District 4 - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Dave Cuesta
Rick Gillit

At-Large - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Joe Anderson
Cheryl Wink
Steven R. Yates

Municipal Judge - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Clifton Hypsher
Joe Jefferson
Angie Schmitz

For more information about candidates, contact the City of Englewood at 303-762-2300 or visit their election website here.

Englewood Public Schools

ENGLEWOOD PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION ELECTION

On Tuesday, November 7, 2017, Englewood voters will fill three seats out of the five positions for the Public Schools Board of Education. The term of office is four years in this non-partisan election.

At-Large Candidates - 4 Year Term (Vote for Three)
Todd Fahnestock
Jennifer Hubbard
Caty Husbands
Carl Montegna Jr.
Tena Prange

For more information about the election and candidate information, contact the Englewood Public Schools Board of Education at 303-761-7050 or visit their website at here.

Foxfield

See the League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas County Ballot Issues page for information on Town of Foxfield Issue 2B, which will be on the ballot.

Greenwood Village Municipal Election

GREENWOOD VILLAGE CITY COUNCIL ELECTION

On Tuesday, November 7, 2017 the City of Greenwood Village will elect council members in Districts 1, 2, 3 and 4. All terms of office in this non-partisan election are for two years.

There are eight elected City Council Members Each district has two elected by the residents of the district for two years. A City Council Member can serve up to four consecutive terms

District 1 - 2 Year Term (Vote for Two)
Dave Bullock
Freda Miklin
Jerry Presley

District 2 - 2 Year Term (Vote for Two)
Anne Ingebretsen
Darryl Jones
Dave Kerber
Seanna Mulligan
Henry Siegel

District 3 - 2 Year Term (Vote for Two)
George Lantz
Steve Moran

District 4 - 2 Year Term (Vote for Two)
Thomas J. Dougherty
T. J. Gordon
Judith M. Hilton
Jeff Kahn

For additional information about the candidates or bond issue, contact the City of Greenwood Village at 303-486-5752 or visit their website here.

Jackson

See the League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas County Ballot Issues page for information on Jackson 105 Fire Protection District Issue 5A, which will be on the ballot.

Littleton Municipal Election

LITTLETON CITY COUNCIL ELECTION:


The city is divided into four council districts. City council consists of seven members. One member is elected from each of the four districts and three members are elected from the city at-large. Voters will elect four council members on Tuesday, November 7, 2017 2017 + one from District I and one from District III, and two at-large. These are four-year terms except for one of the at large positions. According to the city charter, the at-large candidate receiving the highest number of votes will serve a four-year term and the at large candidate receiving the second highest number of votes will serve a two-year term.

See the League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas County Ballot Issues page for information on City of Littleton Issue 2C and Issue 2D, which will also be on the ballot.

Candidates

District I (Vote for One)
Patrick Driscoll
Kama Suddath

District III (Vote for One)
Phil Cernanec
Steven Esses
Carol Fey

Council Member At-Large (Vote for Two)
Carol Brzeczek
Doug Clark
Karina Elrod
Kyle Schlachter

To learn more about the candidates, contact the City of Littleton at 303-795-3700 or visit their candidate website here

Littleton Public Schools

LITTLETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION ELECTION

At a special Board of Education meeting on September 6, 2017, the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education voted to cancel the November 7, 2017 school board election. For the November 2017 election, only three candidates filed to run for the three available positions. All three are incumbents who are currently finishing their first four-year term: Kelly Perez, Jack Reutzel and Carrie Warren-Gully.

The Littleton Public School Board has a total of five positions. All five School Board members are elected at-large to four-year terms.

For more information about the three candidates chosen by acclamation, contact the Littleton Public Schools at 303-347-3300 or visit their website here .

Sable-Altura

See the League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas County Ballot Issues page for information on Sable-Altura Fire Protection District Issue 4E, which will be on the ballot.

Sheridan Municipal Election

SHERIDAN CITY COUNCIL ELECTION

On Tuesday, November 7, 2017, The City of Sheridan will vote for Mayor and City Council Members from Wards 1 and 2. This is a non-partisan election and candidates are elected for four-year terms.

See the League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas County Ballot Issues page for information on Sheridan Issue 2A, which will also be on the ballot.

Mayor - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
David Black
Ernie Camacho
Cecilia Carpenter
Tara Beller-Fluhr
Vernon Pishna

Ward 1 - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Leon Hartness
R. Landau de Laguna

Ward 2 - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Bobbie Mooney

For additional information about the candidates or bond issue, contact the City of Sheridan at 303-762-2200 or visit their website here.

Sheridan Public Schools

SHERIDAN PUBLIC SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION

On Tuesday, November 7, 2017, Sheridan residents will elect Board Directors representing Director districts A, C, D and E for a term of office of four years. District A, C, and E Directors are elected for four years. District B and D Directors are elected for two years. This is a non-partisan election.

Candidates

District A - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Ronald L. Carter
Daniel C. Stange

District C - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Karla L. Cuevas Flores
Sally J. Daigle

District D - 2 Year Term (Vote for One)
Karla Najera

District E - 4 Year Term (Vote for One)
Indira S. Guzman-Sais
Bernadette Saleh

For more information about the election, contact the Sheridan Public School Board of Education at 720-833-6991 or visit their website here.

Sheridan

See the League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas County Ballot Issues page for information on Sheridan Sanitation District Number 1 Issue 5A, which will be on the ballot.

South Suburban

See the League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas County Ballot Issues page for information on South Suburban Park and Recreation District Issue 4B and Issue 4C, which will be on the ballot.

Strasburg

See the League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas County Ballot Issues page for information on Strasburg Fire Protection District Number 8 Issue 4F, which will be on the ballot.

Valley

See the League of Women Voters of Arapahoe and Douglas County Ballot Issues page for information on Valley Sanitation District Issue 4A, which will be on the ballot.