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Danny Willcox was appointed as county commissioner of District II by the Elbert County Republican Party Vacancy Committee last fall. He was elected to the position in November and will serve four … more
Elbert County District 1 Commissioner Chris Richardson was born in Massachusetts and studied engineering at the University of Pennsylvania. His wife, Andrea, is a Colorado native and together they … more
About Sharkey: The incumbent, a Castle Rock resident, has been a CU Regent since 2010. She has experience in a family-owned retail business and in banking. More information: suzeshark@gmail.com; www.sharkey4regent.com Why are you seeking this … more
The Elbert County resident has experience in small business (Willcox Automotive) and spent 32 years with the Aurora Fire Department, retiring as deputy chief of support services in 2013. He has a bachelor’s degree in human resource management from … more
The engineer lives east of Kiowa and has worked as chief operating officer and chief executive officer of multiple companies and has operated a cattle ranch. He has an engineering degree from the University of Wyoming and a master’s in business … more
About Richardson: The Elizabeth resident serves on the Elbert County Planning Commission and on the Elizabeth School Board. He retired from the U.S. Army in 2011 as a colonel following 23 years of service. More … more
About Duvall: The Elizabeth resident has worked as a middle school English teacher and a small business owner. She has a bachelor’s degree from Washington State University. More information:jduvall908@aol.com; 303-646-3203; vote4jill.org Why … more
The Elbert County resident spent 35 years as a federal law enforcement officer, working as a special agent with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Customs Service, with experience as a manager and supervisor. He is a certified … more
Fire departments in Elbert County are responding to a brush fire that started late Monday morning and is reported to have grown to 300 acres by 1 p.m. The fire, called the Bradberry Fire, began northeast of Kiowa and spread rapidly to the south. more
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