A-Town Election Guide


“Consumers have money to spend and telemarketers have products to sell — that’s why they contact you. Elections are no different. Voters hold valuable votes and campaigns have a candidate or issue to sell. And that’s why they call, email, mail, knock at your door and overtake television and radio airwaves during most elections,” Haubert said


AURORA | Sally Mounier is hoping to hold on to her seat as the Aurora City Council’s Ward I representative, but she faces a challenge from Crystal Murillo, the 23-year-old candidate who grew up in the ward. Murillo is the daughter of immigrants, a renter and first in her family to earn a college degree — […]


AURORA | The November election will be a major transition for the Aurora Public School no matter who the voters decide to put in charge of the fourth-largest school district in the state. There are four seats up for grabs on the seven-member board and only one incumbent is running among the nine candidates on […]


The new wave of city and school board candidates are arguably much more progressive than the have been previously, offering a distinct and contrasting change from past local elections. These two slates of candidates have pulled incumbent conservatives to the left, as well, something reflected in their newer positions on some past conservative touchstones


AURORA | Ward III incumbent Marsha Berzins is hoping to serve another term on Aurora City Council. But four others are wanting to represent the district: Naquetta Ricks, former at-large councilwoman Debi Hunter Holen, Robert Hargove and Martha Lugo.  Among Berzins’ top accomplishments so far in office is the removal of the old Fan Fare building […]


The Aurora City Clerk and Recorder office verifies a candidate’s address by cross referencing with the candidate’s voter registration. At the time of the special meeting, Ricks’ given  address matched her voter registration, which is the only vetting the city does to verify that a candidate lives in the ward they are running in