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There were eight contested races for Adams County offices and the majority of voters chose Republicans to fill all but two seats. “This is historic,” said Jan Pawlowski, the Republican who won the District 5 county commissioner seat. “There … more
Jefferson County Board of Education discussed the following legislation during its Aug. 28 regular business meeting. Board members in attendance were President Ken Witt, First Vice President Julie Williams, Second Vice President Lesley Dahlkemper, … more
The board of education approved one of two charter school applications. In a 3-2 vote (Newkirk, Williams, Witt) the board approved the Golden View Classical Academy application. The school was approved on the conditions that the applicant would … more
The board of education listened to four elementary school principals and achievement directors, in an effort to learn and understand how to raise the proficiency reading level of third-graders. The presentation talked about how every child is a … more
Grand Total: 205,415 Turnout by party American Constitution Party: 320 Democrats: 64,999 Green: 419 Libertarian: 1,321 Republican: 78,100 Unaffiliated: 60,251 Unity: 5 The Jeffco Clerk and Recorder’s Office reported … more
Jefferson County voters opted for consistency, electing to keep incumbent board member Jane Goff on the State Board of Education. “I am pleased with the turnout,” Goff said. “I think it’s a great reminder that we all have some work to … more
A bad Election Day turned into a worse week for Democrats as vote tallies from an Adams County state Senate race resulted in Democrats losing power of that legislative chamber. In Senate District 24, Republican Beth Martinez-Humenik defeated … more
Republican Laura Woods captured Senate District 19 in a very close race. Woods beat appointed incumbent Rachel Zenzinger by a mere 1.1 percent on election night. With such a narrow margin, and some ballots still being counted, both candidates … more
While reviewing the superintendent’s proposed evaluation goals, the Jeffco school board decided it was necessary for him to tie his goals to their student achievement ends goals. As the discussion developed at the Nov. 6 meeting, the board … more
During a Nov. 4 re-election victory speech, Republican Congressman Mike Coffman thanked his supporters in two languages. Coffman talked about how important it was to have taken part in a recent all-Spanish debate with Andrew Romanoff, his … more
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