Election Information

Candidate Information

Thank you to the Carbon Valley Chamber of Commerce for hosting the Candidate Forum on March 11, 2020. You can access a video of the forum at the Carbon Valley Chamber of Commerce website. For your convenience, you may also access the Frederick Candidate Forum video here.

Thank you to the Carbon Valley Chamber of Commerce for being the host site for the Town of Frederick Candidate bios.  For additional information about each candidate, please visit the Carbon Valley Chamber of Commerce Candidate Information Page.

Election Update 


Here are some important reminders, resources and updates for the April 7, 2020 election.
  • Register to vote online.
  • After March 18 contact our Town Clerk to register to vote. Email Meghan Martinez or call 720.382.5581.
  • If you have not received your ballot in the mail by March 25, contact our Town Clerk for a replacement ballot. Email Meghan Martinez or call 720.382.5581.
  • VOTE! Please use the new 24-hour ballot drop off box option located at the Carbon Valley Rec Center (701 Fifth St.) or mail your ballot before the April 7 election!
For questions related to the 2020 Regular Municipal Election, please contact the Town Clerk's Office.

Regular Elections


The Town of Frederick conducts Regular Municipal Elections on the first Tuesday in April of even-numbered years. Trustees serve four-year staggered terms and the Mayor serves a four-year term.

April 7, 2020 Regular Municipal Election


The following offices are up for election:
Mayor
Three (3) Trustee Positions

For questions related to the 2020 Regular Municipal Election, please contact the Town Clerk's Office.

Candidates:


The following is a list of candidates running for election.  

Candidates for Mayor:
Justin Montgomery
Rocky G. Figurilli
Tracie Crites
Laura Brown
Kyle Frank
Rusty ONeal

Candidates for Trustee:
Mark Lamach
Kevin R. Brown
Dustin P. Baker
Salvatore "Sam" DeSantis
Adam Mahan

Thank you to the Carbon Valley Chamber of Commerce for hosting the Candidate Forum on March 11, 2020. You can access a video of the forum at the Carbon Valley Chamber of Commerce website. For your convenience, you may also access the Frederick Candidate Forum video here.

Thank you to the Carbon Valley Chamber of Commerce for being the host site for the Town of Frederick Candidate bios.  For additional information about each candidate, please visit the Carbon Valley Chamber of Commerce Candidate Information Page.


Ballot Measure:


On January 28, 2020, the Board of Trustees adopted a resolution referring a ballot issue to the voters for inclusion on the April 7, 2020 ballot.  

Ballot Issue 2A: To Opt-Out of Senate Bill 152


SHALL THE TOWN OF FREDERICK, WITHOUT INCREASING TAXES BY THIS MEASURE, AND TO RESTORE LOCAL AUTHORITY THAT WAS DENIED TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS BY THE COLORADO GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND FOSTER A MORE COMPETITIVE MARKETPLACE, BE AUTHORIZED TO PROVIDE HIGH-SPEED INTERNET, INCLUDING IMPROVED HIGH BANDWIDTH SERVICES BASED ON NEW TECHNOLOGIES, TELECOMMUNICATIONS SERVICES, AND/OR CABLE TELEVISION SERVICES TO RESIDENTS, BUSINESSES, SCHOOLS, LIBRARIES, NON-PROFIT ENTITIES AND OTHER USERS OF SUCH SERVICES EITHER DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY WITH PUBLIC OR PRIVATE SECTOR PARTNERS,  AS EXPRESSLY PERMITTED BY ARTICLE 27, TITLE 29 OF THE COLORADO REVISED STATUTES?

                                                                                                       ____YES

                                                                                                                         ____NO

What does this mean?
Senate Bill 152 limits a local government's authority to provide high-speed internet, including improved high bandwidth services based on new technologies, telecommunications services and cable television services either directly or indirectly with public or private sector partners to residents, businesses, schools and other users. Ballot Question 2A is posed to the registered electors of Frederick to override the restrictions and restore local authority to provide those services either directly or indirectly.  

If 2A passes, what does that mean?
The Town would have the ability to expand, enhance or create new and faster broadband services for residents, businesses and schools either publicly or the more preferred option of a partnership with a private company should the opportunity arise.

At this time, there are no plans for municipal run services. Voter approval of 2A would provide the flexibility for the Town in the case services currently provided are inadequate for the needs of the community.

If 2A does not pass, what does that mean?
Senate Bill 152 will continue to limit the Town's ability to enhance broadband services in the Town of Frederick. The Town will not be able to create partnerships to bring faster speeds to the community.

Special Elections

The Town of Frederick may hold special elections from time to time according to the provisions of the Colorado Revised Statutes and the Frederick Municipal Code.

Coordinated Elections

From time to time the Board of Trustees may hold coordinated elections.  Those elections are coordinated by the Weld County Election Department and are held in November.


Contact Us

  1. Meghan C. Martinez, CMC
    Town Clerk
    Email

    401 Locust St.
    Frederick, CO 80530
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    Mailing Address:
    PO Box 435
    Frederick, CO 80530

    Ph: 720.382.5500
    Fx: 720.382.5520

    Hours
    Monday - Friday
    8 a.m. - 5 p.m.