RESOURCE DOCUMENT for the October 4, 2023 LAD Meeting (including videos, slides, and links), here.
OCTOBER MEETING: The Longmont City Council Candidate Forum*, Wednesday, October 4, 6:30pm, via zoom. With Front Range Community College’s Mary Ann Grim moderating.
Longmont City Council has 4 seats open (Mayor, At Large, Ward 1 and Ward 3 for the upcoming election on Tuesday, November 7, 2023. Three of the 4 seats (Mayor, At Large, and Ward 3), are presently filled with incumbents. All incumbents are running again, and the Mayor, At Large and Ward 3 seats are being challenged by other candidates. Ward 1 has 3 candidates. There are a total of 13 candidates running for 4 seats.
Every single candidate, regardless of affiliation, has been invited to LADs candidate forum, with several attempts to contact all candidates until a definitive response is received. (This has been LADs practice for every municipal election since at least 2011.) We sincerely hope all candidates participate in this very informative forum, so that voters have as much information as possible before voting their ballot this fall. A list of Longmont City Council candidates for the Nov. 7 election can be found, here.
BEFORE our FORUM, it will be helpful to look up your what ward you live in, here. (the “Online GIS ward map” link shows street names much more clearly, once you zoom in) What seats are on your ballot, depends on what ward you live in —
If you live in Ward 1: the Mayoral, Ward 1, & the 1 At Large seat will be on your ballot.
If you live in Ward 2: the Mayoral & the 1 At Large seat will be on your ballot
If you live in Ward 3: the Mayoral, Ward 3, & the 1 At Large seat will be on your ballot
And feel free to download (control click on mac, right click on pc) and print the graphic below, for your reference at our candidate forum:
(We’ll send the zoom link in this blast at 9am and 6pm on Wednesday, October 4)
PLEASE JOIN US, and please tell a friend!: LAD presents the Longmont City Council Candidate Forum, Wednesday, October 4, 6:30pm, via zoom.
*Longmont Area Democrats does not endorse any candidate in any non partisan election (such as city council or school board elections), nor any Democratic candidate in the primary phase of any election.