The City of Northglenn conducts municipal elections every two years in odd-numbered years on the first Tuesday in November. The City of Northglenn is divided into four wards. Each ward is represented by two City Council members that serve four-year staggered terms. The mayor is elected at-large every four years. City elections are non-partisan, which means City Council candidates do not run under any party labels.
November 5, 2019 Election
Northglenn voters will elect a mayor and four Council members (one from each of the four wards) in the November 5, 2019 Coordinated Election. The election of a mayor was added following Mayor Dodge's resignation and the subsequent appointment of Antonio B. Esquibel to fill the mayoral vacancy until the next municipal election. Each position elected in November will serve a four-year term.
Upcoming Candidate Forums
(As of October 7, 2019)
The following information is provided as a courtesy to the public. The City of Northglenn is not a sponsor of these forums unless specifically noted. This list may not include all forums being held for candidates in the November 5, 2019 Election.
|To add your forum to this list, please call the City Clerk's Office at 303.450.8757|
|Wed., Oct. 16, 2019
|D.L. Parsons Theatre
11801 Community Center Dr
Northglenn, CO 80233
|Northglenn Senior Organization,
Moderated by the League of Women Voters
|Please arrive early if you would like to submit questions. A meet and greet with all of the candidates will be held after the forum. All interested residents are encouraged to attend this free event.
If you can't make it, the forum will be recorded and aired on NGTV Channel 8 and the city's YouTube page at www.youtube.com/cityofnorthglenn.
The City of Northglenn is providing facilities and resources for the candidate forum, and by doing so does not promote any candidate.
The Northglenn Senior Organization and the League of Women Voters are nonpartisan organizations and neither endorse nor oppose candidates.
City Council Candidates
The following individuals have been certified as candidates for the November 5, 2019 election. The candidates are listed below in the order they will appear on the ballot.
|Joe Brown||Candidate Affidavit||Committee Registration|
|Mark Philip Bromley||Candidate Affidavit||Committee Registration|
|Meredith Leighty||Candidate Affidavit||Committee Registration|
|Ashley Witkovich||Candidate Affidavit||Committee Registration|
|Becky Brown||Candidate Affidavit|
|Spencer Yale||Candidate Affidavit||Committee Registration|
|Jay Michael Jaramillo||Candidate Affidavit||Committee Registration|
|Katherine E. Goff||Candidate Affidavit||Committee Registration|
|Luke Lopez||Candidate Affidavit|
|Annelies Cunis||Candidate Affidavit|
|Paul C. Kelly||Candidate Affidavit|
|Mary S. Mondragon||Candidate Affidavit|
|Antonio B. Esquibel||Candidate Affidavit|
There will be one question on the ballot from the City of Northglenn asking voters if they want to amend the City Charter. The ballot question will read as follows:
City of Northglenn Question 3F:
Shall the City of Northglenn Home Rule Charter be amended to make the language throughout the Charter gender neutral?
A sample ballot containing all candidates and questions on the Nov. 5 coordinated mail ballot can be viewed here: Adams County Sample Ballot
Please note the sample ballot contains a listing of all candidates and questions within Adams County.
Northglenn voters will only vote on the State Measures: Proposition CC and Proposition DD, City of Northglenn Mayor and City Council candidates for their respective ward, City of Northglenn Question 3F, and Rangeview Library District (Anythink) Ballot Issue No. 6A.
Ballots cannot be forwarded through the mail so it is important that your voter registration record is accurate. Voters can review and change their mailing address at www.GoVoteColorado.com.
Residents with a Colorado driver’s license or ID card issued by the Department of Revenue can register to vote online at the same web address. Voter registration can also be done in person at the City Clerk’s Office in City Hall, the Adams County Election Department and at motor vehicle locations.Ballot Mailing
The first day ballots can be mailed to registered voters is Friday, Oct. 11. If you do not receive a ballot during the week of October 14-18, contact the Adams County Election Office at 720.523.6500. Voters also have the option to sign up for BallotTrax through the Adams County Election site. BallotTrax is a free service that allows you to view the status of your ballot online, as well as receive messages by text, phone or email when your ballot has been sent to you and received by the county Election Division. Visit www.adamsvotes.com for more information and to sign up.
The Adams County Election Department counts and verifies the ballots.
Voter Service and Polling Centers
Voter Service and Polling Centers will be available beginning Oct. 28 for voters who need a replacement ballot or who may need to use an accessible voting tablet.
Voter Service and Polling Centers will be open Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturdays 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., and 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. onTuesday, Nov. 5. A complete list of center locations is available at www.adamsvotes.com.
Important 2019 Election Dates
Oct. 11-18: Ballots Mailed
Ballots will be mailed to all eligible voters to the address on their voter registration file. Verify or update your address at www.GoVoteColorado.com. Instructions on returning your ballot, either by mail or at a drop-off site, will be included with your ballot.
Oct. 28: Voter Service & Polling Centers Open
Read more about voter service & polling centers above.
Oct. 28: Deadline to Register Online
Visit www.GoVoteColorado.com to register to vote online and receive your ballot by mail. (Eligible residents may register to vote in person any time before 7 p.m. on Election Day.)
Nov. 5: Election Day
Drop-off sites and Voter Service & Polling Centers are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Ballots must be received by 7 p.m. to be counted. Postmarks do not count.