Election 2021: Northglenn ballot mixes newcomers, incumbents

Seats could change in all but Ward 4

Staff Report
Posted 8/30/21

Familiar faces will return to the City Council in Northglenn's Ward 4, but that's the only ward that changes are not expected, or at least possible. Both seats in Ward 4 were on the block in …

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Election 2021: Northglenn ballot mixes newcomers, incumbents

Seats could change in all but Ward 4

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Familiar faces will return to the City Council in Northglenn's Ward 4, but that's the only ward that changes are not expected, or at least possible.

Both seats in Ward 4 were on the block in November's municipal election, but only the two incumbent councilors managed to get their names on the ballot. Council veteran Jenny Willford, also the city's Mayor Pro Tem, will seek another term in her seat and she's unopposed there.

Her Ward 4 colleague, the recently-appointed councilor Shannon Lukeman-Hiromasa, is also unopposed and seeking two more years in her seat. Lukeman-Hiromasa was appointed this year to replace Antonio Esquibel, whose term was initially set to expire in 2023. She is seeking voter approval to complete the rest of that term.

In Northglenn's Ward 3, incumbent councilor Julie Duran Mullica will face former mayoral candidate Mark Bromley.

Ward 2 residents will get to choose from among three candidates: Gerald Montour, Everett Renberg and Jay Michael Jaramillo.

In Ward 1, newcomer Nicholas Walker is unopposed in seeking the seat currently held by Councilor Randall Peterson. City Clerk Johanna Small said Peterson filed an affidavit seeking to run for the seat but did not submit a nomination petition by the Aug. 24 deadline.

The City Clerk can begin mailing ballots to residents Oct. 8 and the polls officially close Nov. 2.

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