The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce has announced its endorsements for the April City Council election. Mayor, Wade Troxell vs. Edie Hudetz and Kwon Atlas District 1, Nate Budd vs. incumbent Bob Overbeck District 3, Ken Summers vs. Gordon Coombes District 5, No Endorsement (Ross Cunniff vs. Duane Hansen) As part of the Chamber’s process, candidates wereContinue reading “Fort Collins: Chamber Announces Council Endorsements”
The Fort Collins municipal election is April 4, 2017. Candidate petitions are due Feb. 23 and already a variety of candidates have declared. Mayor Wade Troxell will run for another term on City Council. He will face challengers Elizabeth “Edie” Hudetz and Chavez Fisher. Hudetz is a longtime political activist and a member of SaveContinue reading “Fort Collins: April Ballot Taking Shape”
Senior Vice President Jerry Giovaniello said November 8th was a “great night for real estate.” NAR works hard to create relationships with members of Congress and many incumbents were re-elected. $25 million was spent by NAR on congressional races this year, which is a new record for RPAC. Giovaniello said 90 percent of all RPAC-endorsedContinue reading “Nation: NAR Upbeat After Election”
Voters gave Representative Ken Buck (CD-4) another two-year term and Senator Michael Bennet another six-year term. Both were supported by CAR and NAR.
Sean Conway (at-large), Mike Freeman (district 1) and Barbara Kirkmeyer (district 3) easily defeated their opponents and won the right to serve another four years as commissioners. Conway and Kirkmeyer lead the North I-25 Elected Officials Coalition and lobbied hard for the passage of the transportation bonding bill in the last legislative session.