Election 2021: Westminster City Council ballot for November set

Three incumbents, six new faces seeking four open council seats

Staff Report
Posted 8/30/21

Westminster voters could do more than fill a vacant seat this fall — they could elect an entirely new council. With the City Council locked in three-three split, councilors were unable to appoint a …

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Election 2021: Westminster City Council ballot for November set

Three incumbents, six new faces seeking four open council seats

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Westminster voters could do more than fill a vacant seat this fall — they could elect an entirely new council.

With the City Council locked in three-three split, councilors were unable to appoint a seventh member this summer, leaving Anita Seitz' seat open. Seitz stepped up to replace Herb Atchison as Mayor when he resigned this summer. Seitz will face former Mayor Nancy McNally to keep the mayor's chair this fall.

All of the City Council seats in Westminster are at-large seats and four are open, including a special two-year term for Seitz' former seat. Incumbents Kathryn Skulley, David DeMott and Jon Voelz are all seeking new four-year terms.

They'll face former City Councilor Bruce Baker as well as Karen Kalavity, Kathleen Dodaro, Kristine Ireland, Obi Ezeadi and Sarah Nurmella.

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

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