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Colorado 4th Congressional District Candidates

 

Lauren Boebert

https://laurenforcolorado.com/

Deborah Flora

https://deborahflora.com/

Ted Harvey

https://www.tedharvey.com/

Richard Holtorf

https://www.holtorfforcolorado.com/

Trent Leisy

https://www.trentleisy.com/

Mike Lynch

https://www.lynchforcolorado.com/

 

Chris Phelen

https://chrisphelen4congress.com/

 

Justin Schreiber

https://www.justinschreiberforcongress.com/

 

Jerry Sonnenberg

https://www.sonnenbergforcongress.com/

 

Peter Yu

https://www.peteryuforcongress.com/


Judicial District 23 District Attorney Candidates

Dagny Van Der Jagt

https://votefordagny.com/

 

George Brauchler

https://www.georgebrauchler.com/

 


 

Elbert County District 1 Commissioner Candidates

Mike Buck

Mike Buck Candidate for Elbert County Commissioner District 1
Ph. 720-938-0576
Mail: PO Box 1838 Elizabeth, Colorado 80107
Website: www.Mbuck4EC.com 

Bob Lewis

Bob Lewis, Candidate Elbert County Commissioner District 1

Phone: 303-809-9725

Mail: 1845 Buttercup Road, Elizabeth, Colorado 80107

Email: [email protected]

Website: WWW.LewisForElbert.Com

YouTube: @BobLewisforElbertCounty

FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/BobLewis4Colorado

Jon Waller

Elbert County District 3 Commissioner Candidates

Jerry Atwater

https://t.me/jerryAtwater

 

Herb Higgins

Barry Lemley

[email protected]

Byron McDaniel

Byron McDaniel, Republican Candidate for Elbert County Commissioner District 3
Phone: 720-880-8175
Email: [email protected]
Mail: 5530 Bear Creek Loop
         Elizabeth CO 80107
Website: www.mcdaniel4elbertcounty.com

Bio: "Byron is a resident of Western Elbert County and life-long, conservative Republican.  He has a long history of service in the public safety arena, including serving as a Police Chief and a Fire Chief and Public Safety Director. Byron also understands how to be fiscally responsible, he manages a 740 million dollar a year budget. Byron is running on a platform of protecting our citizens and limiting government interference, standing up for our seniors, managing development and protecting our water.  As a life-Member of the NRA, Byron will always fight for the rights of gun owners!"


New Elbert County Precincts (after Redistricting 2022)


Elbert County Districts Map (after Redistricting 2022)