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 residents can vote today by returning mail-in ballots or visiting a voting center. In Colorado, residents can register to vote up until the polls close on Election Day and still vote
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 […]
“I remember thinking ‘hmm, that’s interesting,’” Wagner said of the post. “Look, from time to time people share things (on social media) that are thought-provoking, and I thought this was thought-provoking.”
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
“The project makes people feel good, while at the same time transforms the community,” said George Scott, a retired businessman and one of the early organizers.
Under the ordinance, soft drinks could still be served if requested
AURORA | Ward II will have a new representative come November, as Aurora City Councilwoman Renie Peterson is term limited. The five that are vying for the seat are: Bob Hagedorn, Nicole Johnston, Ruben Medina, Robert O’Riley and Jeff Wilson. Hagedorn is mostly known for his time in the Colorado State Legislature. He represented Aurora as […]
Colorado’s Canyons of the Ancients National Monument has been removed from a list of national monuments under review for possible elimination or reduction, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said Friday.