CMD Board Election

2022 CMD Board Elections – May 3, 2022, by Mail Ballot

All ballots must be received by 7:00 p.m. MDT on May 3, 2022 in order to be counted.

Notice of Mail Ballot Election

Forum Information

Two community forums were held to provide voters the opportunity to hear from prospective candidates. The first forum took place on March 22nd at 10am and was be moderated by Mr. Jon Stavney, Executive Director of the Northwest Colorado Council of Governments. The second forum took place on March 31st at 3pm and was moderated by Mr. Rohn Robbins, of Caplan & Earnest LLC. Both forums will be held at the Cordillera Metro Admin Building at 408 Carterville Road and also via Zoom. The forums were recorded and available for viewing by clicking on the buttons below.
Candidate Forum #1 – Recording
Candidate Forum #2 – Recording

Candidate Information and Bios

Below is a list of the 2022 CMD Board Election Candidates in the order of lot drawing results. – Stacie Pacheo, DOE.

Brooke Ferris
Harry Jasper
Cindy Moran
Cheryl Foley
Richard Saxby
Suzy Smith
Grant Cunningham
2022 CMD Election Candidate Bios
2022 CMD Election Candidate Final Statements

Ballot Information

Ballots will be mailed to qualified voters by the Designated Election Official (DEO) between April 11-April 18, 2022.

Absentee Ballot Information

If you know you will be out of town when ballots are mailed you may request an Absentee Ballot as follows:
Requests for Absentee Ballot Forms
Complete Absentee Ballot Form and return one of the following ways:
  • Email: spacheco@isp-law.com. Note: you must print the Absentee Ballot form, sign it, and return by scan via email if this is your preferred communication method.
  • Fax: 303-292-9101
  • US Mail: Icenogle Seaver Pogue, PC, 4725 S. Monaco St, Ste 360, Denver, CO 80237
If the DEO receives the Absentee Ballot Form prior to April 4, the DEO will mail the ballot package to you no later than April 7, 2022. If the DEO receives the Absentee Ballot Form after April 4, the DEO will mail the ballot package to you within three days of receiving the Absentee Ballot Form.

Replacement Ballot Information

If you do not receive your ballot by mail, lose your ballot, destroy, or spoil your ballot after ballot packages have been mailed (April 11-April 18), you may request a Replacement Ballot.
Requests for Replacement Ballot Forms
Complete Replacement Ballot Form and return one of the following ways:
  • Email: spacheco@isp-law.com. Note: you must print the Replacement Ballot Form, sign it, and return by scan via email if this is your preferred communication method.
  • Fax: 303-292-9101
  • US Mail: Icenogle Seaver Pogue, PC, 4725 S. Monaco St, Ste 360, Denver, CO 80237
Upon receipt of the Replacement Ballot Form, the DEO will mail the ballot package no later than three business days from the date received.

Voting Information

Who is eligible to vote in a special district election?

An eligible elector is a person who, at the designated time or event, is registered to vote in Colorado, and:

  • Who is a resident of the special district or the area to be included in the special district, or;
  • Who, or whose spouse or civil union partner, owns taxable real or personal property situated within the boundaries of the special district or the area to be included in the special district, whether said person resides within the district or not, or;
  • A person who is obligated to pay taxes under a contract to purchase taxable property situated within the boundaries of the special district or the area to be included within the special district, or;
  • For all elections and petitions that require ownership of real property or land, a mobile home or a manufactured home shall be deemed sufficient to qualify as ownership of real property or land for the purposes of voting rights and petitions.

Register to Vote

If you have a Colorado State driver’s license or ID card issued by the Department of Revenue you may register to vote online at GoVoteColorado.com. If you are already a registered voter in Colorado you may confirm your registration at the same website. Once your registration is verified, you may update your address and party affiliation as well.

Printable voter registration forms are also available on the Secretary of State’s website, county clerk and recorder offices and any federal post office that provides voter registration applications. You may mail, fax, or scan and email your completed and signed form to your county clerk and recorder’s office.

You can also register in person at the County Clerk and Recorder’s Office.

What is the voter registration deadline?

Colorado law allows you to register to vote through election day. But please note that how you register to vote affects how you receive your ballot. In order to receive your ballot by mail, you must:

  • Register to vote or update your voter registration online at GoVoteColorado.com 8 days prior election day.
  • Submit an application through the mail, at a voter registration agency or at a local driver’s license examination facility 8 days prior to election day.
  • Submit an application to the Clerk and Recorder no later than 22 days before election day.

What is the voter registration deadline?

Colorado law allows you to register to vote through election day. But please note that how you register to vote affects how you receive your ballot. In order to receive your ballot by mail, you must:

  • Register to vote or update your voter registration online at GoVoteColorado.com 8 days prior election day.
  • Submit an application through the mail, at a voter registration agency or at a local driver’s license examination facility 8 days prior to election day.
  • Submit an application to the Clerk and Recorder no later than 22 days before election day.

Designated Election Official

Stacie L. Pacheco, Designated Election Official (DEO)
c/o Icenogle Seaver Pogue, P.C.
4725 South Monaco Street, Suite 360
Denver, CO 80237
spacheco@isp-law.com or (303)867-3000

Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

What is the Cordillera Metro District?

Cordillera is a mountaintop paradise with miles of trails to discover, friendships to be made and adventures to be had. Comprising more than 7,000 acres of natural beauty, three distinctive neighborhoods, endless amenities and three world-class golf courses, Cordillera is like no other Rocky Mountain community.

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