Incumbent Pam Grove will serve another four-year term as an at-large city council member in Littleton after winning the race against local business owner Chris Campbell.
According to unofficial results, 62% of voters supported Grove in the Nov. 7 election.
Grove, who has served at-large on Littleton City Council since 2020, said she would focus on maintaining Littleton’s community character, strengthening public safety, protecting Littleton’s natural environment, supporting businesses and preserving historical assets.
“I appreciate the confidence that the citizens of Littleton have put in me to carry on for the next four years and continue to advocate for them,” Grove said.
Campbell said he was sorry he did not get the result he wanted, but he learned a lot throughout the process.
“(I) thoroughly enjoyed meeting the Littleton residents who obviously have a great concern for their community and were more than happy to discuss the issues,” he wrote in a text message to the Littleton Independent. “It’s inspiring to know that there are so many good people out there. I will always wish Littleton all the best moving forward.”
Grove will serve alongside future District 2 council member Robert Reichardt and future District 4 council member Andrea Vukovich Peters, who both ran unopposed for their respective seats.
“I’m really excited for the opportunity to serve the community,” said Reichardt, who recently termed out of his seat on the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education.
He said he is excited for the opportunities the passage of 3K will bring for Littleton.
Ballot measure 3K, which permits the city to retain about $6 million in extra revenue to use for capital improvements, passed with support from 63% of voters.
Peters said she is honored to be elected to city council.
“I believe in our community’s potential and the positive direction we’re heading,” she wrote in a text to the Littleton Independent. “I am really looking forward to working with each and every person in this council. I think it is a lovely group of people all committed to the same cause and that is exciting.”
The new council members will be sworn in on Nov. 21.