CMC seeks candidates to fill board of trustees' positions
Completed petitions due Sept. 1, 2023
July 31, 2023 - Four positions on the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees will be eligible for qualified candidates to run for election this November. Each term of office is for four years.
Each potential candidate must be an eligible elector, as defined by state statute, and reside within the boundaries of one of the trustee districts scheduled for the 2023 election.
The four trustee districts with seats up for election and their respective boundaries are:
- Trustee District 2 (Roaring Fork School District boundaries)
- Trustee District 4 (Summit School District RE-1 boundaries)
- Trustee District 5 (Steamboat Springs School District RE-2 boundaries)
- Trustee District 6 (Lake County School District RE-1 boundaries)
Marianne Virgili currently serves in District 2. Current Trustee Patty Theobald of District 4 is term limited and will not run this year. Bob Kuusinen currently serves in District 5 and Bob Hartzell, who currently serves in District 6 has completed one term and is not seeking a second term.
To be eligible as a candidate in the November general elections, qualified residents must file a nomination petition. Petitions are available from the college's Central Services administration office in downtown Glenwood Springs, 802 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs, Colorado 81601 or by contacting the college's designated election official Julie Hanson at 970-947-8402 on or after Aug. 9, 2023.
Candidates must return petitions, with at least 50 qualifying signatures, to the college's central administration office by 5 p.m. on Sept. 1, 2023. The election will be held Nov. 7, 2023.
Potential candidates or those with questions should contact Julie Hanson, designated election official, 802 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs, Colorado 81601, 970-947-8402 or Lucia Padilla , general counsel, at the same address, 970-947-8428.
Visit CMC Board of Trustees for more information.