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Ballots are out for the Nov. 7 election, in which Littleton voters will decide on city council representatives, board of education members and will consider one ballot question.

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City council races

Three total city council races are on the ballot, with two of them unopposed.

Former Littleton Public Schools Board of Education member Robert Reichardt is running unopposed to represent District 2 and candidate Andrea Vukovich Peters is running unopposed to represent District 4.

In the race for the at-large seat, current At-Large City Councilmember Pam Grove is running against candidate Chris Campbell, who owns the Olde Towne Tavern in downtown Littleton.

Whoever is elected will serve a four-year term on the city council.

Littleton Public Schools Board of Education

In the race for the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education, four candidates are running for two at-large seats. The two elected individuals will serve a four-year term.

Current board member Lindley McCrary is running for re-election. Candidates Chérie Garcia-Kuper, Brian Macaulay and Michelle Redfearn are also running for the seats.

Ballot measure 3K

In addition to selecting representatives, Littleton voters will make a decision about the city’s tax revenue on this election’s ballot.

Ballot measure 3K asks voters to allow Littleton to retain about $6 million in extra revenue generated by the 3A sales tax and other city revenue sources in 2022.

If approved, Littleton would use the extra 3A revenue for its intended purpose to continue funding capital improvement projects, as approved by voters in 2021.

If the measure fails, the city will be required to refund extra revenue dollars to taxpayers and reduce its sales tax rate.

Voting information

Voters may return their ballots by mail, at a drop box location or at a polling center.

The county encourages voters returning ballots through the U.S. Mail to return them by Oct. 28. After this date, the county asks voters to use a 24-hour drop box or return the ballot to a Voter Service and Polling Center.

Thirty-five ballot drop boxes are open 24 hours a day at various locations throughout Arapahoe County. The locations will close at 7 p.m. on election day.

The county is providing six Voter Service and Polling Centers around the county. These locations provide opportunities for residents to drop-off a voted ballot, request to vote in-person and register to vote in-person, update voter registration and request a replacement ballot.

More information about voting can be found at https://www.littletonco.gov/Government/Departments/City-Clerk/Elections/2023-General-Election and https://www.arapahoevotes.gov/.

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