Politics

District Court judge issues ruling that could impact municipal term limits

On October 29, Adams County District Judge Teri Vasquez issued a ruling in the case of Salazar vs. Kulmann in which she found that, “The mayor’s seat and council seats are part of one elected body and constitute the same office for purposes of term limits under Article XVIII, Section 11, of the Colorado Constitution.” …

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Ed Perlmutter won’t run for re-election in November

After serving 16 years representing Colorado’s seventh congressional district, U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter announced on January 10 that he would not run for re-election for a ninth term this November. Just two months ago, he had announced he would be a candidate for re-election. Perlmutter’s statement said, “I’ve never shied away from a challenge but …

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Three female GOP members are seeking local elective office in 2022

Marsha Berzins for Arapahoe County Treasurer  Marsha Berzins, who just completed 13 years of service on the Aurora City Council, has announced that she is a 2022 candidate for Arapahoe County Treasurer. Current Treasurer, Sue Sandstrom, CPA, is term-limited. Berzins described herself as “a common-sense public servant who’s always been committed to working for others …

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Joe O’Dea talks about why he wants to be Colorado’s next U.S. senator

The Villager sat down with Greenwood Village resident and U.S. Senate candidate Joe O’Dea to find out more about him and what he hopes to accomplish if he is able to beat the rest of the field in the June 28, 2022 Republican primary and challenge incumbent Democratic U.S. Senator Michael Bennet.  He told us, …

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State Sen. Paul Lundeen explains how GOP hopes to win back seats

At their regular monthly meeting at Maggiano’s DTC on Wednesday, November 3, Republican Party Whip State Senator Paul Lundeen told members of the Arapahoe County Republican Breakfast Club that their party will take back the state Senate in 2022 by focusing on three key issues that Republicans are better equipped to address than their Democratic …

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