Vote Guide 2012: Our complete endorsements


The complete list of our endorsements for everything on Boulder County ballots appears below. Voting takes place Nov. 6.

President: Barack Obama and Joe Biden

U.S. Congress:

Jared Polis in District 2

Brandon Shaffer in District 4

State Board of Education:

Angelika Schroeder in District 2

Pamela Mazanec in District 4

Regent of the University of Colorado (at large): Stephen Ludwig

Colorado state Senate:

Matt Jones in District 17

Rollie Heath in District 18

Colorado state Representative:

Dickey Lee Hullinghorst in District 10

Jonathan Singer in District 11

Mike Foote in District 12

Claire Levy in District 13

Dianne Primavera in District 33

20th Judicial District District Attorney: No endorsement

District I Regional Transportation District Director: Judy Lubow

County Commissioner:

Elise Jones in District 1

Deb Gardner in District 2

City of Louisville City Council Person: Emily Jasiak in Ward 1

Town of Superior Trustees: Debra Williams, Elia Gougouris and Joseph F. Cirelli

Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court: Retain Justice Nathan B. Coats

Colorado Court of Appeals:

Retain Judge Daniel Marc Taubman

Retain Judge Dennis A. Graham

Retain Judge Gale T. Miller

Retain Judge James S. Casebolt

Retain Judge John R. Webb

Retain Judge Laurie A. Booras

20th Judicial District:

Retain Judge D.D. Mallard

Retain Judge Thomas Francis Mulvahill

Boulder County: Do not retain Judge John F. Stavely

Colorado Constitutional Amendment S: Yes

Colorado Constitutional Amendment 64: Yes

Colorado Constitutional Amendment 65: Yes

City of Boulder Ballot Issues:

Yes on 2A

Yes on 2B

Yes on 2C

No on 2D

City of Lafayette Ballot Issues:

Yes on 2A

Yes on 2B

City of Longmont Ballot Issues:

Yes on 2A

Yes on 300

City of Louisville Ballot Issue 2A: Yes

Town of Erie Ballot Issue 2A: Yes

St. Vrain Valley School District RE-1J Ballot Issue 3A: Yes

Rocky Mountain Fire Protection District Ballot Issue 5A: Yes

Boulder Mountain Fire Protection District Ballot Issue 5A: Yes

Allenspark Water and Sanitation District Issue 5A: Yes


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