FAQ on Parker Town Council special election

Where and how to vote in the upcoming race

Elliott Wenzler
ewenzler@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 4/13/21

With the deadline to vote in the April 20 special election approaching, it's time for residents to start filling out their ballots and dropping them at the polls. Ballots were mailed out on March 26 …

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FAQ on Parker Town Council special election

Where and how to vote in the upcoming race

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With the deadline to vote in the April 20 special election approaching, it's time for residents to start filling out their ballots and dropping them at the polls.

Ballots were mailed out on March 26 and should have been received during the first week of April. Residents who didn't receive a ballot or need a replacements can contact the town clerk at 303-805-3198.

Here is more of what you need to know about the election:

Why is an election happening in April?

The April 20 election will fill two seats on the town council, vacated by Jeff Toborg, who is now serving as mayor, and Renee Williams, who resigned in September. 

The council makes decisions on local policies and the town budget, and hires the town administrator. The town council is made up of six at-large council members, whose positions were created to be staggered, four-year terms.

The top two vote-getters in the April 20 election will be the winners of the election and will serve until Nov. 8, 2022.  Voters will select two candidates on their ballot.

Who is running?

There are seven candidates for the two seats: Terry Dodd, Jeeva Senthilnathan, Joshua Rivero, Danielle Ozaluk, Nate Matthews, Doug Butte and Anne Barrington.

Campaign finance reports and biographies for each candidate are available on the town website at Parkeronline.org/2304. More information on the candidates and their stances on town issues are available at The Parker Chronicle website at ParkerChronicle.net. 

How where and when do I vote?

Voters can return their ballots by dropping them off at one of Parker's 24-hour locations.

Locations include:

• Parker Town Hall, 20120 E. Mainstreet

• Parker Police Department, 18600 Lincoln Meadows Parkway

• EchoPark Stadium, 11901 Newlin Gulch Blvd.

• Douglas County Facilities Building, 9040 Tammy Lane

Ballots must be received by 7 p.m. on April 20.

More information about the election is available by contacting Carol Baumgartner, the town clerk, via email at cbaumgartner@parkeronline.org or by calling 303-805-3198.

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