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Casper Stockham, candidate for Congressional District 1

Party: Republican
Profession: Entrepreneur, sales
City of residence: Aurora
Campaign website: casperforcolorado.com more

Dave Young, candidate for state treasurer

Party: Democratic City of residence: Greeley Profession: Educator, representative for state House District 50 Campaign website: daveyoungforcolorado.com What makes you the best choice for this … more

Brian Watson, candidate for state treasurer

Party: Republican City of residence: Denver Profession: Commercial real estate Campaign website: brianwatson.vote What makes you the best choice for this office? My core principles are built around … more

Wayne Williams, candidate for Colorado secretary of state

Party: Republican City of residence: Colorado Springs Profession: Current secretary of state Campaign website: winwithwayne.org What makes you the best choice for this office? I am the only candidate … more

Jena Griswold, candidate for Colorado secretary of state

Party: Democrat City of residence: Louisville Profession: Small-business owner, voter-protection attorney Campaign website: jenaforcolorado.com What makes you the best choice for this office? It's … more

Phil Weiser, candidate for state attorney general

Party: Democratic
City of residence: Denver
Profession: Professor of law, and dean emeritus, University of Colorado Law School
Campaign website: philforcolorado.com more

George Brauchler, candidate for state attorney general

Party: Republican
Town of residence: Parker
Profession: District attorney for the 18th Judicial District
Campaign website: george2018.com more

Jeffco Standouts Performers: Week of Oct. 04

Gabby Seigh, Bear Creek The sophomore utility player (hitting .328) provided just what her team needed, going 2-3 with two RBI’s in the Bear’s Sept. 27 win over Lakewood. Kristin … more

Preserving both safety and liberty

I grew up in Monte Vista, a small town in the San Luis Valley of southern Colorado. In my memory, there were two stoplights, although there may be more now. I remember once when my mother was stopped … more

Letter to the editor: Fixed income in favor of 6E

I’m a Senior Citizen on a fixed income and I am encouraging everyone I know to vote yes on 6E. First of all, the fire department’s proposal is not a residential property tax increase. As … more

Letter to the editor: In support of fire measure

I’m voting yes on the Arvada Fire Department ballot issue because it is not a homeowner’s tax increase. All the fire department is asking for is for us to continue to pay the same amount of … more

Letter to the editor: Vote Wilson for RTD District L

Too often in Arvada we vote for someone based on name recognition only. Bob Wilson who is running for RTD Board District L has the expertise to solve the problems RTD is facing.He has a doctorate … more

Letter to the editor: Supporting Net Neutrality

Because of the recent federal ruling to remove net neutrality protections, we may soon see “throttling” or slowing down of selected applications like Netflix or Facebook. ISPs may start … more

Letter to the editor: Please support Arvada Fire

One late September day two years ago, a teen driver ran a red light and plowed into my husband’s car as he was driving our younger daughter to school. The Arvada Fire Department responded … more

Letter to the editor: Think of heating costs with Prop 112 vote

When it comes to considering Prop 112, which would increase setbacks for new oil and gas drilling operations from 500 feet to 2,500 feet, one of the things I keep coming back to is our home … more

Letter to the editor: Support for Titone

House District 27 has the opportunity to elect a women with the knowledge we need to solve the problems confronting our state. Briana Titone was a geologist, with degrees in physics, computer … more

Letter to the editor: More of Gwyn Green’s accomplishments

When the Governor proposed completing the Denver Beltway from C-470 in Golden to the end of the NW Parkway, Gwyn became the main voice in opposition. She frequently reminded everyone that the … more

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Letter to the editor: Critiquing the critique

In the Sept. 18 edition columnist Michael Alcorn wrote the column “Big Projects, like moving a school grade, have a lot of little steps.” As noted by the author, neighborhood schools were … more
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