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Littleton City Council Candidate Forum 

Littleton Business Chamber City Council Candidate Forum – Candidate Questions and Answers (pdf download)

Thank you to nearly 100 of you that attended the City Council Candidate Forum this past Friday night. A special thank you goes out to Anne Trujillo who so graciously and capably moderated for us.

The Littleton Business Chamber board has discussed whether or not as a chamber we wanted to endorse specific candidates. After meeting each of the candidates and hearing their responses during the forum we all agreed we couldn’t begin to choose who to endorse.

The field of candidates for city council in this election cycle are each thoughtful, intelligent and well put together engaged citizens. We are proud to have them in our community and pleased that they want to serve this community by being on Council.

We urge all of you as Littleton citizens to thoughtfully consider each candidate and read through their responses to the questions posed. Please get involved in this election and make sure your voice is heard by your vote. Our council may be the single most important group of people influencing and shaping our city and neighborhoods.

Please take this opportunity and get involved in this election and make sure your voice is heard through your vote.

~The Littleton Business Chamber Board

Littleton City Council Elections 2019

The Chamber held a City Council Candidate Forum on Friday, October 18th
• Council members Debbie Brinkman – District IV and Peggy Cole – At Large are term limited and their positions will be open
• Council members Jerry Valdes – District II and Kyle Schlachter – At Large are eligible to run for re-election
• Returning council members are Patrick Driscoll – District I, Karina Elrod – At Large, and Carol Fey – District III

“The Littleton City council serves as the policy-making body for the City. All seven City Council members are elected by the citizens of Littleton, three at-large and four from legislative districts. In addition to establishing policy on a myriad of issues, council approves the annual city budget and determines the city’s yearly property tax rates. Council elects their own mayor and mayor pro tem after each general election.” Information from the City of Littleton website.

For information on the 2019 City Council Candidates:
https://https://www.littletongov.org/city-services/city-departments/city-clerk/election-information/2019-general-election/2019-candidates