Incumbent wins sole contested race in Castle Pines

Staff report
Posted 11/6/19

In the lone contested race for Castle Pines City Council, incumbent Deborah Metzger Mulvey successfully defended her District 1 seat against Albert Hoffman, picking up 60.4% of the vote to her …

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Incumbent wins sole contested race in Castle Pines

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In the lone contested race for Castle Pines City Council, incumbent Deborah Metzger Mulvey successfully defended her District 1 seat against Albert Hoffman, picking up 60.4% of the vote to her opponent's 39.6%.

Mulvey, an attorney, has said she wants to continue working to ensure that Interstate 25 improvements benefit Castle Pines and that current growth enhances the community.

In District 2, Kevin Rants ran unopposed, as did Tracy Engerman in District 3.

Engerman has been a resident of Castle Pines since 2009. On council, she focuses on projects that support strong community and promote smart development, according to her profile on the city website.

Rants is the chief administrative officer for the Colorado Department of Public Safety. He said his background in strategic planning will help the city navigate current expansion.

Two councilmembers represent each of the city's three districts and are elected to staggered, four-year terms.

New councilmembers will be sworn in at the first council meeting in January.

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