Candidates for municipal seats on the City Councils across the Northern Metro area began their march to November’s ballot Aug. 6, collecting signatures to win a spot on the ballot. Voters go to the …
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Candidates for municipal seats on the City Councils across the Northern Metro area began their march to November’s ballot Aug. 6, collecting signatures to win a spot on the ballot.
Voters go to the polls Nov. 5. As an odd-year, it means a ballot heavy on City Council seats and municipal issues.
The rules are very similar throughout the area. Candidates must collect at least 25 valid signatures from registered voters in their district to get on the ballot.
In Federal Heights, Northglenn and Thornton, candidates for City Council seats must collect signatures from voters in their Ward to get on the ballot.
For mayoral candidates and all City Council candidates in Westminster, candidates can collect the signature at-large from anywhere in their city.
Across the area, candidates have until the end of August to collect their signatures.
Here are the candidates trying to get on November’s ballot in the Metro North area.
Candidates for Mayor, a four-year term:
Candidates for Ward 1, a four-year term:
Candidates for Ward 2, a four-year term:
Candidates for Ward 2, a two-year term:
Candidates for Ward 3, four-year term:
Candidates must have their petitions completed and returned to the City Clerk by August 26.
All terms are four-year terms
Candidates for Mayor:
Candidates for Ward 1:
Candidates for Ward 2:
Candidates for Ward 3:
Candidates for Ward 4:
Antonio B. Esquibel
Paul C. Kelly
Mary S. Mondragon
Candidates must have their petitions completed and returned to the City Clerk by August 27
Janifer (Jan) Kulmann
Candidates must have their petitions completed and returned to the City Clerk by August 26. According to the City Clerk’s office, SomXai has filed an affidavit to for the Ward 3 seat but does not plan to run.
Candidates for three open at-large City Council seats:
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