Anyone interested in running for the Castle Pines City Council can pick up election packets, which have been available since Aug. 3.
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The nomination petitions must be returned to the city clerk no later than 4:30 p.m. on Aug. 23. If nomination papers are approved, council candidates can move forward to the Nov. 2 election.
Councilmembers eligible for reelection after serving four-year terms are Ben Price in District 2 and Roger Hudson in District 3. Mayor Tara Radloff is also up for reelection.
To officially get on an election ballot for a city council seat, prospective candidates must get 25 signatures from registered voters inside the district they wish to represent.
Mayoral candidates must get 25 signatures from registered voters living in Castle Pines city limits.
To be eligible to run for city council or a mayoral seat, prospective candidates must meet the following requirements:
Must be a registered voter of the City of Castle Pines in the district they wish to represent.
Must have lived in Castle Pines for at least one year immediately preceding the election.
Must maintain their primary residence in Castle Pines and in the district they wish to represent throughout the term of office.
May not be an employee of the City of Castle Pines during their term of office.
May not hold any other elective position (whether elected or appointed) for a federal, state, county or municipal governmental entity, including a new charter commission.
For more information regarding running for mayor or city council, please email Makenna.Shaw@castlepinesco.gov.
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