Posts Tagged ‘election’
To the Editor: Bob Kerrigan, a native Coloradoan, and Berthoud resident for the past 20 years has decided to run for School Board. Bob realizes the importance of education in achieving success. In fact, while his children were in High School and College, Bob wisely took himself back to school to earn a B.S. in Business Management. That degree has given him the best opportunity for growth in building his career and a viable business. He knows ... Full Story
LWV Forum spotlights contenders for Loveland mayor and city council seats Loveland- Voters will have an opportunity to ask questions of 11 candidates for City Council and one Mayoral candidate at a League of Women Voters Candidate Forum on Monday, Oct. 3, 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., at the Loveland City Council Chambers, 500 E. Third Street, in Loveland. Participants include Robert Malloy and Chauncey Taylor for Ward 1; Philip Farley, Carol Johnson and Mike Schoonover for Ward 2; John ... Full Story
Voting Centers are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day, November 2.
I support Adam Bowen for County Commissioner. Adam will apply his solid business background to Larimer County. His background started 20+ years ago when he earned his degree in Business Administration. He succeeded in the corporate world in the green economy sector and has vision and understanding of the challenges business face in our community. His business experience will help him lead Larimer County in job creation for this important sector of the economy. I know Adam to be a ... Full Story
Political Events Calendar for Larimer County Tuesday, October 5 Ballot Initiative 60, 61 & 101 Information Meeting, 7-9 pm Mountain View High School Cafeteria 3500 Mountain Lion Drive, Loveland Guest Panel Sheriff James Alderden Robert Keister, Larimer County Budget Director Lucille Steiner, President, Thompson R2-J Board of Education Eric Wilkinson, General Manager, Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District Hosted by Larimer County Farmers ... Full Story
Dear Editor: The race for Larimer County Sheriff comes down to experience, plain and simple. It doesn’t matter what political party is involved, it doesn’t matter if no party is involved. What matters is whether the next sheriff is capable, qualified, and ready to lead now. We have three choices, the Republican, the Democrat, and the independent. One has many years of experience as a deputy, a line-level troop; one has some supervisory experience a couple of decades ago; one has ... Full Story
It was great to see Carl Bruning and his wonderful supporters at the many events around Larimer County in recent weeks. They were handing out stickers to children and interacting with the public in a positive way that we all can appreciate. It will be good to have Carl Bruning leading the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office in a positive way in the years ahead. It will be good to have a sheriff bringing a breath of fresh air to the department with a renewed focus on serving "we the people" ... Full Story
Larimer County has a very important election this fall. The current Sheriff is term-limited, so we the citizens must elect a replacement and choose someone not just to protect us, but lead us and effectively run the largest elected office in the county. We need someone who has experience, education and proven dedication to law enforcement. We must determine for ourselves what qualifications each candidate possesses. Do they have actual experience as a peace officer? Have they served in a ... Full Story
The Mayor and all Town Trustees were present. An Executive Session was held prior to the meeting to discuss personnel issues. Several items were removed from the agenda: Set public hearing for Ludlow conveyance plat ordinance; Public hearing Parkway Plaza Final Development Plan and Final Plat and Continuation of Prairie Star request for Development Code variance (Prairie Star withdrew request for variance). A Public hearing was held regarding the liquor license and change of location and ... Full Story
According to a post on the Berthoud Town Forum, three candidates have signed up for the three openings on the Berthoud Town Board.