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Colorado Mountain College Demographics

Colorado Mountain College President

Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees

2017 Election

On November 7th, 2017, there are 3 seats up for vote. District 1 sees the incumbent unopposed; District 3 has two candidates vying for an open seat; and District 7 sees one candidate unopposed for an open seat.

There is one ballot measure specific to the special district.

Sample Ballots here: Eagle County, Garfield County, Lake County (awaiting sample ballot), Pitkin County, Routt County, and Summit County.


(i) = incumbent
Seat Name Party Endorsements/Info Contact
1 Charles Cunniffe (i) Unaffiliated No TRACER Listing
3 Peg Portscheller Democrat TRACER Listing Email
3 Randy Winkler Republican No TRACER Listing
7 Doris Dewton Democrat TRACER Listing Email

Campaign Finance

Ballot Measure

Ballot Issue 4B - Mill Levy Override

Shall Colorado Mountain College District's taxes be increased by an amount not to exceed $50,000 in district-wide taxes levied in 2017 and collected in 2018, and by such additional amounts as may be collected annually thereafter, by increasing the district's mill levy to recover tax revenue reductions caused by decreases in the state-wide residential assessment ratio (Article X, Section 3 of the Colorado Constitution, commonly known as the "Gallagher amendment") occurring after January 1, 2017, so long as the district's Board of Trustees determines for any fiscal year that recovery of tax revenue reductions is necessary for the maintenance of college services, and shall the revenues generated by any such mill levy increase be collected, retained and spent notwithstanding any limits provided by law?

  • Yes/For
  • No/Against

Arguments For

Arguments Against