Election 2007

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Hayden School Board candidates discuss standardized testing, school calendar during forum

Three Hayden School Board candidates agreed Tuesday that educating families about the importance of education is crucial for the district and students to succeed.

Citing family crisis, John Fielding withdraws from Steamboat Springs City Council race

Fielding's withdrawal leaves Tony Connell and Clark Davidson vying for the only contested council seat this election cycle.

John Fielding: Real reforms in government

Who can get the job done? That must be the basis for deciding who to vote for.

Clark Davidson: Invest wisely in our future

Thank you for taking the time to engage in our democratic process. Although we all find ourselves frustrated with politics at times (for some, it’s all the time), it’s important that we do our best to pay attention and vote or our democracy does not work.

Tony Connell: Experience is an advantage

Steamboat Springs is a wonderful city and I am so grateful to live in a place with so many incredible attributes. The single best asset is the caring and empathetic community.

Tony Rosso: Long-term future in mind

Throughout my professional career, I have been a member of a system or organization. I have developed business models, sports teams and collegiate courses of study. Engaging in these activities takes skills in planning, creating a vision for success and gathering input from stakeholders.

Roger Good: Ready to accept new challenges

Many of you already have received your ballots for this fall’s election. Some of you already may have submitted your mail in ballot. For those of you who have not, I would suggest that the school board election is by far the most important local decision you will make when you cast your ballots this fall.

Joseph Andrew: Bringing new ideas to district

First of all, I would like to thank everyone who took the time to meet with me during the candidate forums and my districtwide Coffee and Chalk Talks to discuss their concerns, ideas and hopes for the future of our school district. Because of the success of the Coffee and Chalk Talks, if elected to the Steamboat Springs School Board, I will be continuing to hosting these public meetings throughout the district during my term in office.

Several school board, city council candidates in Routt County not fundraising this election season

Steamboat Springs City Council candidates Tony Connell and Clark Davidson are among the few candidates spending on their campaigns.

Our View: Vote 'no' on Amendment 66

There is nothing in Senate Bill 213, which Amendment 66 funds, that specifies how the tax money generated by the new two-tiered income tax would be spent.

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Steamboat city council, school board candidates face off at election forum

Thursday night’s election forum at The Steamboat Grand brought out differences among the three candidates in the Steamboat Springs City Council District 1 race on the issue of pay raises for city employees.

City reminding residents of campaign sign rules

The signs do not require a permit to place them on private property, but they cannot be placed in the public right-of-way.

Election forum Thursday at The Steamboat Grand

With ballots arriving in mailboxes and Election Day fast approaching, voters here have another chance to meet the candidates.

Election Guide 2013: Amendment 66 raises taxes to help fund schools

Amendment 66 is a statewide ballot initiative seeking a nearly $1 billion income tax increase, the largest in Colorado history, as a solution for a massive overhaul of Colorado’s public school funding process.

Election Guide 2013: Voters to have say in how lodging tax is spent with Referendum 2A

For the first time in nearly 20 years, voters here will have a say in how the city of Steamboat Springs spends its lodging tax. If local voters approve Referendum 2A, the city for the next decade will be able to spend millions of dollars to improve and create a variety of multiuse trails while also dedicating $900,000 to the creation of the Yampa River promenade.

Election Guide 2013: Steamboat School Board format changes on ballot in form of Referendum 3A

In response to the challenge of attracting candidates to fill Steamboat Springs School Board positions during election season, the board is proposing to replace its current director district format with an at-large system.

Election Guide 2013: Morrison Creek water district pursues additional revenue in Referendum 5A

The Morrison Creek Metropolitan Water and Sanitation District, which serves the Stagecoach area, is coming to voters for the second consecutive year seeking additional revenue for its looming financial challenges.

Election Guide 2013: Through Referendum 5B, West Routt Fire Protection District seeks mill levy increase

After an unsuccessful ballot initiative in November 2011, the West Routt Fire Protection District is going back to voters with a more modest proposal. The fire district’s board decided in August to ask voters to increase the mill levy by 1.5 mills.

Election Guide 2013: Proposition AA would enact taxes on legal retail marijuana

Proposition AA would “impose a 15 percent excise tax on the average wholesale price of retail marijuana when the product is first sold or transferred by a retail marijuana cultivation facility,” according to the Committee for Responsible Regulation, which is campaigning for the measure.

Election Guide 2013: Kenny Reisman

Kenny Reisman is running unopposed for the at-large Steamboat Springs City Council seat.

Election Guide 2013: Walter Magill

Walter Magill is running unopposed for the Steamboat Springs City Council District 3 seat.

Election Guide 2013: Scott Ford

Scott Ford is running unopposed for the Steamboat Springs City Council District 2 seat.

Election Guide 2013: Tony A. Connell

Tony A. Connell is running against Clark Davidson and John Fielding for the Steamboat Springs City Council District 1 seat.

Election Guide 2013: Clark Davidson

Clark Davidson is running against Tony A. Connell and John Fielding for the Steamboat Springs City Council District 1 seat.

Election Guide 2013: John Fielding

John Fielding is running against Clark Davidson and Tony A. Connell for the Steamboat Springs City Council District 1 seat.