Denver 2009 Election and Ballot info

The ballot for Denver County has been set. This year’s election will be all-mail and ballots cannot be mailed out until 22 days prior to the election (happens to fall on Columbus Day). There will be 2 service centers to assist voters who do not receive their ballots. These will be at the Election Division (3888 E. Mexico Ave.) and the Webb Bldg (15th St. & Court Pl.) For info on those locations or any other questions about Denver Elections, see: DenverVotes.org

We will be voting on members to the Denver Public Schools Board of Education and on one ballot question. The DPS positions up this year one of the At-Large seats, and Districts 2, 3, and 4.

Ballot certification will happen on Friday, Sept. 4th. There is a challenge to the ballot issue pending, and will hopefully be decided by that time.

To see a map of the Districts, please see DPS’s Website

CANDIDATES:

At-Large:

Deborah Sims Fard

Christopher Scott

Mary Seawell

District 2 (SW Denver):

Ismael Garcia

Andrea Merida



District 3
(Central/East Denver)

Jeanne Kaplan

District 4 (NW Denver)

Alton Clark

Nathaniel Easley

Vernon Jones

Andrea Mosby

Jacqueline Shumway

BALLOT QUESTION:

Initiative 100: Shall the voters of the City and County of Denver adopt an ordinance amending the Denver Revised Municipal Code and in connection therewith, requiring immediate impoundment of a vehicle when the driver is driving without a valid operator’s or chauffeur’s license, or driving contrary to the restrictions imposed upon their license, or driving while their license has been denied, suspended, canceled or revoked, or when a driver of a vehicle is an illegal alien, while mandating the issuance of a summons without requiring the immediate impoundment of a vehicle when a validly licensed driver does not have such license in their immediate possession but has corroborating identification and proof of insurance, and allowing bond exemptions for rental cars, stolen vehicles, expired licenses renewed within 20 days, and lien holders when vehicles were sold to validly licensed drivers?

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  1. techychic says:

    Good for the Denver people that they have been updated about the election. I bet that takes a lot of preparation to disseminate the the information.

  2. WilliamWindler says:

    I have Recall Polis petitions. I live downtown and I am looking for meetings and businesses that would like me to come over and gather signatures. Thanks

    • kwtreemamajama55 says:

      Why is this in a 2009 post? Maybe that was Alva's sense of humor coming into play.

      Mr. Windler, you're not going to get many signers from this blog. The few hardcore Republicans who read and post here have either already signed, are circuating petitions themselves, or are disgusted with the whole "Do-Over Election" recall schtick.

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