Littleton’s new city council will have just one new member but will be conducting more business out in the open, since voters passed the open-meetings ballot issue, along with all the other ballot measures except the lodging tax.
The early returns indicate incumbent Linda Olson will be re-elected and Steven Yates will be the new at large member of the Englewood City Council.
Centennial’s popular mayor, Cathy Noon, was handily re-elected Tuesday night, defeating political newcomer Monika Bromley by a more than 3-to-1 vote margin.
In the race for Littleton City Council, incumbents Bruce Beckman and Bruce Stahlman are being challenged by James Dean and John Watson for the two open at-large seats. Running unopposed are newcomer Randy Stein in District 1 and incumben...
Colorado Community Media asked three identical questions of candidates for public office in Centennial. Below are their answers.
Election Day is Nov. 5, but mail-in ballots were scheduled to be sent to residents Oct. 15, starting the election process that concludes when the polls close at 7 p.m. on Election Day.
Colorado Community Media asked the five candidates running for three open seats on the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education a series of questions. Below are their responses.
Supporters of Citizens for Rational Development, which officially registered as an issues committee this year, have been beating the streets to get the word out about two initiatives they petitioned onto the upcoming ballot, both of whic...
On the first wintry night of the season, in a room filled with the tantalizing smell of barbecue, candidates for Englewood City Council appeared before voters in a Sept. 27 forum at Moe’s Original Bar B Que on South Broadway.