In the Castle Pines mayoral race, incumbent Jeffrey Huff appeared to be on his way to re-election, capturing nearly 51 percent of the vote in his race against Dana Hall, according to the final update of results by Douglas County the afte...
Candidates favoring the current direction of the reform-oriented Douglas County School Board won all four races, after months of heated electioneering on both sides.
In what one political analyst called a tactic to garner support for his gubernatorial race, Scott Gessler, Colorado’s Republican Secretary of State, announced Oct. 29 that he temporarily will focus on Douglas County’s school board electi...
As of Oct. 25, more than 34,000 ballots had already been returned in Douglas County for the 2013 election that will decide four school-board seats and help determine the outcome of two state ballot measures.
The Douglas County School District is in the midst of what Superintendent Elizabeth Fagen recently called “the most rigorous transformation plan in American public education.”
Two wealthy school-choice advocates from outside Douglas County have provided almost all the campaign contributions for the four school-board candidates supporting the direction of the current board.
Colorado Community Media asked three identical questions of the eight candidates seeking four spots on the Douglas County School Board. Below are their answers.
Colorado Community Media asked the eight school board candidates if they would be willing to resume any discussions with the Douglas County Federation of Teachers. Their responses are listed in alphabetical order below.
The following are Q&As with candidates for public office in Castle Pines. Each candidate was asked the same questions by Colorado Community Media.
Going against the grain of other Colorado school districts that support Amendment 66, the Douglas County School Board took a public stand against the measure during their Oct. 1 meeting. The board formally adopted a resolution opposing t...