Keyword: Election 2017
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The anti-reform candidates known as "commUNITY" were leading in the races for four seats on the Douglas County School District Board of Education. Krista Holtzmann, Anthony Graziano, Kevin Leung and … more
Chris Schor moved to Castle Rock with her family 23 years ago. She was hired as a first-grade teacher in 1977 at Acres Green Elementary in Douglas County. She was a kindergarten teacher at Rock Ridge Elementary, where she also taught a … more
Debora Scheffel has lived in Parker for more than 10 years. She holds a master’s degree in special education from the University of Denver, a doctorate from Northwestern University and a post-doctorate from the University of California San … more
Grant Nelson, his wife and three children have lived in the city of Castle Pines since 2007. They bought their first home in Castle Rock in 1993 and moved to Castle Pines north in 1997. Nelson graduated from Evergreen High School and received a … more
Randy Mills has lived in Castle Rock for 13 years. Prior, he lived in Highlands Ranch for 21 years. Mills graduated from Munich American High School and completed four years at an apprenticeship trade school. He is the owner and president of … more
Kevin Leung lived in Highlands Ranch for six years year before moving to Castle Pines Village, where he has resided for more than 20 years. Leung owns three full-service car washes in Highlands Ranch, Parker and Aurora. Prior to being a business … more
Krista Holtzmann has lived in Parker for 17 years. She is currently unemployed and plans on devoting her time to the Douglas County School Board. Holtzmann has a J.D. and B.S. in child development from the University of Missouri. She worked as a … more
Anthony Graziano has lived in Castle Rock for 13 years. He has worked in information technology and software industries since 1995 and is currently a director of business development in IT. Graziano has a bachelor’s degree in political science … more
One word used often by Douglas County School Board candidates at the second community forum was “trust.” “Before we would consider any kind of tax increase, the first goal is to restore trust with the community,” Elevate Douglas County … more
With about a month until the Nov. 7 election, Douglas County voters might have questions about the voting process — how to vote, whether they are registered, where to vote and more. Colorado Elections are administered via mail only. Instead of … more
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