Douglas County commissioner candidates confirmed for June primary

Elliott Wenzler
ewenzler@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 4/23/20

The candidates in the June 30 primary for two Douglas County commissioner seats have been confirmed after the Democratic and Republican parties recently held virtual assemblies. The Republican …

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Douglas County commissioner candidates confirmed for June primary

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The candidates in the June 30 primary for two Douglas County commissioner seats have been confirmed after the Democratic and Republican parties recently held virtual assemblies.

The Republican Party's primary for the district two county commissioner seat will be contested between Castle Rock Councilmember George Teal and resident Clint Dorris, who led a school security committee for the county. Dorris received about two-thirds of the vote in the March 28 online assembly, while Teal brought in about a third. The seat is currently held by Republican Roger Partridge, who is term limited.

The Democratic candidate for the district two seat is Lisa Neal-Graves, the former chief innovation officer for the Colorado Attorney General's office. Libertarian Victoria Reynolds, the chairperson of the state's Libertarian Party, is also running for the seat.

In district three, incumbent Lora Thomas will appear on the primary ballot for the Republican Party. Darien Wilson, an entrepreneur, will be on the ballot for the Democratic Party. 

Primary winners move on to the November general election.

While commissioners on the three-member board represent different geographic areas, they are elected at-large, meaning registered voters from the entire county are eligible to vote for candidates in each district.

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