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! Seat || Name || Party || Total Contributions || Total Expenditures || Total Cash On Hand || Total In-Kind Contributions || Notable Individuals
 
! Seat || Name || Party || Total Contributions || Total Expenditures || Total Cash On Hand || Total In-Kind Contributions || Notable Individuals
 
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| Mayor || Wade Troxell (i) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/troxell-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) || {{party|R}} || $12,976.89 || $0 || $12,976.89 || $2,346.04 ||  
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| Mayor || Wade Troxell (i) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/troxell-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/troxell-21-day-report.pdf Report 2]) || {{party|R}} || $14,501.89 || $0 || $$14,601.89 || $2,346.04 ||  
 
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| Mayor || Michael Pruznick <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/pruznick-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) || {{party|U}} || $0 || $0 || $0 || ||  
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| Mayor || Michael Pruznick <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/pruznick-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/pruznick-21-day-report2.pdf Report 2]) || {{party|U}} || $0 || $0 || $0 || $0 ||  
 
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| District 1 || Susan Gutowsky (i) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/gutowsky-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) || {{party|D}} || $3,500 || $2,539.73 || $960.27 || $300 || Candidate - $555 <br> State Rep. Cathy Kipp - $75 <br> State Sen. Joann Ginal - $50
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| District 1 || Susan Gutowsky (i) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/gutowsky-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/gutowsky-21-day-report.pdf Report 2]) || {{party|D}} || $5,235 || $3,816.17 || $1,418.83 || $300 || Candidate - $555 <br> State Rep. Cathy Kipp - $75 <br> State Sen. Joann Ginal - $50
 
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| District 1 || Glenn E. Haas <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/haas-35-day-before-report-2-26-19.pdf Report 1]) || {{party|D}} || $7,688.32 <br> (Incl. candidate loans - $6,963.32) || $4,210.42 || $3,477.90 || $25 ||  
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| District 1 || Glenn E. Haas <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/haas-35-day-before-report-2-26-19.pdf Report 1]) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/haas-21-day-report.pdf Report 2]) || {{party|D}} || $7,688.32 <br> (Incl. candidate loans - $6,963.32) || $4,210.42 || $3,477.90 || $25 ||  
 
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| District 1 || Joe Somodi <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/somodi-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) || {{party|U}} || $9,215.28 <br> (Incl. candidate loans - $815.48) || $4,380.69 || $4,834.59 ||  ||  
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| District 1 || Joe Somodi <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/somodi-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/somodi-21-day-report.pdf Report 2]) || {{party|U}} || $11,920.28 <br> (Incl. candidate loans - $815.48) || $8,139.69 || $3,780.59 ||  ||  
 
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| District 2 || Adam Eggleston <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/eggleston-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) || {{party|U}} || $1,164.21 <br> (Incl. candidate loans - $714.21) || $1,033.85 || $130.36 || $60 ||  
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| District 2 || Adam Eggleston <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/eggleston-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/eggleston-21-day-report.pdf Report 2]) || {{party|U}} || $1,664.21 <br> (Incl. candidate loans - $714.21) || $1,475.42 || $188.79 || $60 ||  
 
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| District 2 || Susan Holmes <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/holmes-35-day-report-amended.pdf Report 1]) || {{party|U}} || $25 <br> (Incl. candidate loans - $25) || $0 || $25 || $15 ||  
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| District 2 || Susan Holmes <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/holmes-35-day-report-amended.pdf Report 1]) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/holmes-21-day-report.pdf Report 2]) || {{party|U}} || $25 <br> (Incl. candidate loans - $25) || $0 || $25 || $15 ||  
 
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| District 2 || Noah Hutchison <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/hutchison-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) || {{party|D}} || $7,145.61 <br> (Incl. candidate loans - $4,500) || $4,296.95 || $2,848.66 ||  ||  
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| District 2 || Noah Hutchison <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/hutchison-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/hutchison-21-day-report.pdf Report 2]) || {{party|D}} || $9,289.04 <br> (Incl. candidate loans - $4,500) || $4,889.77 || $4,399.27 ||  ||  
 
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| District 2 || Julie Pignataro <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/pignataro-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) || {{party|D}} || $10,352 <br> (Incl. candidate loans - $5,000) || $7,831.55 || $2,520.45 || $251.41 || State Rep. Brianna Titone - $27
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| District 2 || Julie Pignataro <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/pignataro-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/pignataro-21-day-report.pdf Report 2]) || {{party|D}} || $12,433 <br> (Incl. candidate loans - $5,000) || $9,786.30 || $2,646.70 || $343.90 || State Rep. Brianna Titone - $27
 
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| District 4 || Kristin Stephens (i) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/stephens-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) || {{party|D}} || $9,706.32 || $321.45 || $9,384.87 || $742.91 || State Rep. Jeni Arndt - $75 <br> State Rep. Cathy Kipp - $75 <br> Larimer County Commissioner John Kefalas - $75
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| District 4 || Kristin Stephens (i) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/stephens-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/stephens-21-day-report.pdf Report 2]) || {{party|D}} || $10,396.32 || $3,219.30 || $7,177.02 || $742.91 || State Rep. Jeni Arndt - $75 <br> State Rep. Cathy Kipp - $75 <br> Larimer County Commissioner John Kefalas - $75
 
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| District 6 || Lori Brunswig <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/brunswig-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) || {{party|D}} || $2,600 <br> (Incl. candidate loans - $2,000) || $1,078.42 || $1,521.58 || $61 ||  
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| District 6 || Lori Brunswig <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/brunswig-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/brunswig-21-day-report.pdf Report 2]) || {{party|D}} || $4,035 <br> (Incl. candidate loans - $2,000) || $1,846.91 || $2,188.09 || $136 ||  
 
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| District 6 || Emily Gorgol <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/gorgol-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) || {{party|D}} || $6,945.90 <br> (Incl. candidate loans - $760.90) || $2,866.97 || $4,078.93 ||  || State Rep. Jeni Arndt - $75 <br> State Rep. Cathy Kipp - $75 <br>  
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| District 6 || Emily Gorgol <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/gorgol-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/gorgol-21-day-report.pdf Report 2]) || {{party|D}} || $8,485.90 <br> (Incl. candidate loans - $760.90) || $3,134.94 || $5,350.96 ||  || State Rep. Jeni Arndt - $75 <br> State Rep. Cathy Kipp - $75 <br>  
 
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| District 6 || Fred Kirsch <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/kirsch-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) || {{green|Green}} || $861.67 || $309.08 || $552.59 || || Candidate - $75
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| District 6 || Fred Kirsch <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/kirsch-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/kirsch-21-day-report.pdf Report 2]) || {{green|Green}} || $1,501.67 || $388.40 || $1,113.27 || $0 || Candidate - $75
 
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! Name || Stance || Registered Agent(s) || Total Contributions || Total Expenditures || Total Cash On Hand || Total Non-Monetary Contributions || Notable Individuals
 
! Name || Stance || Registered Agent(s) || Total Contributions || Total Expenditures || Total Cash On Hand || Total Non-Monetary Contributions || Notable Individuals
 
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| Fort Collins Full Time Council <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/fort-collins-full-time-council-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) || FOR raises for City Councilors || Fred Kirsch <br> (2019 city council candidate, District 6) || $115 || $0 || $115 || $13.20 || Fred Kirsch - $65
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| Fort Collins Full Time Council <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/fort-collins-full-time-council-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/fort-collins-full-time-council-21-day-report-amended.pdf Report 2]) || FOR raises for City Councilors || Fred Kirsch <br> (2019 city council candidate, District 6) || $115 || $23.15 || $91.85 || $36.77 || Fred Kirsch - $65
 
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| Fort Collins NOW <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/fort-collins-now-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) || Keep Fort Collins Great sales tax renewal || Gary Steen || $1,950 || $0 || $1,950 || ||  
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| Fort Collins NOW <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/fort-collins-now-35-day-report.pdf Report 1]) <br> ([https://www.fcgov.com/elections/files/fort-collins-now-21-day-report.pdf Report 2]) || Keep Fort Collins Great sales tax renewal || Gary Steen || $7,980 || $3,528.46 || $4,451.54 || $0 ||  
 
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Revision as of 11:33, 14 March 2019

See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fort_Collins,_Colorado


Next municipal election is April 2nd, 2019. Seats for Mayor and council seats in Districts 2, 4, and 6 will be up for vote. District 1 will also be up for a 2-year term in a special election.


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Overview


Demographics

City Council


Electeds

  • Official Term Limit Tracking Webpage
    • Mayor is 2-year terms; limited to 3 consecutive terms
    • Council are 4-year terms; limited to 2 consecutive terms
  • Salaries
    • Councilmembers $815.00/month ($9,780/year)
    • Mayor $1,224.00/month ($14,688/year}

Email all council members at once: cityleaders@fcgov.com

Municipal Voter Turnout (Archive)

  • 2017 = 28.25% turnout
  • 2015 = 36.90% turnout
  • 2013 = 29.15% turnout
  • 2011 = 45.12% turnout


Title Name Party Next Election
April
Contact 2019 Margin 2017 Margin 2015 Margin 2013 Margin 2011 Margin
Mayor Wade Troxell Republican 2019 970-416-2154
wtroxell@fcgov.com
26.39% (56.79%)
Elizabeth Wilson Hudetz 30.4
Kwon Atlas 7.53
Michael Pruznick 5.27
24.35% (59.43%)
Ward Luthi 35.08
Michael Pruznick 5.49
40.18% (70.09%)
(Karen Weitkunat)
Eric Sutherland 29.91
3.17% (45.53%)
(Karen Weitkunat)
Ross Cunniff 42.36
Eric Sutherland 12.11
District 1 Susan Gutowsky Democrat 2019 970-215-6308
sgutowsky@fcgov.com
14.44% (57.22%) 1
(Bob Overbeck)
Nate Budd 42.78
1 Bob Overbeck resigned upon election to Larimer County Assessor
X 20.71% (47.71%)
(Bob Overbeck)
Butch Stockover 27.00
M.L. (Marion Lee) Johnson 18.52
Bryan Payne 6.77
X
District 2 Ray Martinez Republican 2019 970-690-3686
raymartinez@fcgov.com
X 5% (52.5%)
Nancy Tellez 47.5
X 6.58% (53.29%)
(Lisa Poppaw)
Sue Pawlak 46.71
District 3 Ken Summers Republican 2021 970-221-6878
ksummers@fcgov.com
6.98% (53.49%)
Gordon Coombes 46.51
X 28.84% (64.42%)
(Gino Campana)
Lynda Blake 35.58
X
District 4 Kristin Stephens Democrat 2019 970-217-5817
kstephens@fcgov.com
X 2.28% (51.14%)
Eric Kronwall 48.86
X 12.86% (56.43%)
(Wade Troxell)
Kristin Stephens 43.57
District 5 Ross Cunniff Democrat 2021
Termed Out
970-221-6679
rcunniff@fcgov.com
38.62% (69.31%)
Duane Hansen 30.69
X 44.18% (72.09%)
Patrick Edwards 27.91
X
District 6 Gerry Horak
Mayor Pro-Tem
Democrat 2019
TERMED OUT
970-217-2993
ghorak@fcgov.com
X 0.58% (50.29%)
Carl Wangsvick 49.71
X UNOPPOSED


Meetings


2019 Election

Seats for Mayor and council seats in Districts 2, 4, and 6 will be up for vote. District 1 will also be up for a 2-year term in a special election.

District 6 Council member Gerry Horak is termed out, and current District 2 Council member Ray Martinez has opted to not run for a second term, making both seats wide open.

Find your district.


Candidates


Seat Name Party Issues Endorsements/Info Contact
Mayor Wade Troxell (i) Republican LinkedIn
Colorado Municipal League President
Used Life Light Creative, a conservative website designer (connections to Leadership Program of the Rockies)
Website
Facebook
Twitter
Email
Online Contact Page
970-217-0465
Mayor Michael Pruznick Unaffiliated Lower Taxes Smaller Government
Crime Reduction
Safer Neighborhoods
Your 4th Amendment Rights
Your Private Property Rights
Energy Independent Self-Reliant Housing
Affordable and Effective Climate Policies
Protecting Our Water Supply
Economic Health Through Red Tape Reduction
Better Water Surcharge and Peak Rate Policies
School Funding Special District
Previously ran for Mayor in 2017 and 2015
Ran for Poudre R-1 School Board in 2015
On the Fort Collins-Loveland Water District board, elected in May 2018
Website
Facebook
Email
 
District 1 Susan Gutowsky (i) Democrat LinkedIn
Formerly on Poudre R-1 School Board
Full List of Endorsements
Fmr. State Sen. Bob Bacon
State Rep. Cathy Kipp
Website
Facebook
Email
Online Contact Form
District 1 Glenn E. Haas Democrat Platform Page (Opinion Page)
"FOCO needs to remain vigilant in order to maintain its quality of life, economic welfare, and sense of place."
Environmental Stewardship
Business retention
Land Use Planning
Mulberry Annexation
Lodging Tax
Resume Website
Facebook
Email
Online Contact Form
Home Office: 970-498-9350
Cell: 970-215-0255
District 1 Joe Somodi Unaffiliated Platform Page
Healthy Growth
Healthy quality of life
Healthy diversity & inclusion
Candidate Interview for District 1 Vacancy
LinkedIn
Twitter
Full List of Endorsements
Website
Facebook
Email
212-246-3874
 
District 2 Adam Eggleston Unaffiliated Platform Page
Keep Fort Collins Great Sales Tax Sunset and Renewal
Paid Council Member Ballot Measure (does not support)
Housing (affordability and attainability)
Capital Improvement Fees (oversight on increases)
U+2 Ordinance (supports study)
Zero Energy Homes (encourage, not force)
Cost of Ownership
Mental Health (supports ballot measure)
Art in Public Places
Parking
Transportation
LinkedIn
Official About Me page
Endorsed Sean Dougherty for Larimer County Commissioner
Website
Facebook
YouTube
Email
Online Contact Form
Call/Text: 970-310-3339
District 2 Susan Holmes Unaffiliated Email
District 2 Noah Hutchison Democrat Website
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
Email
District 2 Julie Pignataro Democrat LinkedIn
Emerge alum
Website
Facebook
Instagram
Email
 
District 4 Kristin Stephens (i) Democrat Website
Email
(970) 581-7580
 
District 6 Lori Brunswig Democrat Fmr. FoCO Council member David Roy Website
Facebook
Email
District 6 Emily Gorgol Democrat Website
Email
Facebook (Personal, but linked to on website)
Online Contact Page
970-769-6446
District 6 Fred Kirsch Green Website
Email
Facebook
Online Contact Form

(i) = incumbent


Campaign Finance

  • February 26th, 2019
  • March 12th, 2019
  • March 19th, 2019
  • March 29th, 2019
  • May 7th, 2019
  • June 11th, 2019


Candidates



Seat Name Party Total Contributions Total Expenditures Total Cash On Hand Total In-Kind Contributions Notable Individuals
Mayor Wade Troxell (i)
(Report 1)
(Report 2)
Republican $14,501.89 $0 $$14,601.89 $2,346.04
Mayor Michael Pruznick
(Report 1)
(Report 2)
Unaffiliated $0 $0 $0 $0
 
District 1 Susan Gutowsky (i)
(Report 1)
(Report 2)
Democrat $5,235 $3,816.17 $1,418.83 $300 Candidate - $555
State Rep. Cathy Kipp - $75
State Sen. Joann Ginal - $50
District 1 Glenn E. Haas
(Report 1)
(Report 2)
Democrat $7,688.32
(Incl. candidate loans - $6,963.32)
$4,210.42 $3,477.90 $25
District 1 Joe Somodi
(Report 1)
(Report 2)
Unaffiliated $11,920.28
(Incl. candidate loans - $815.48)
$8,139.69 $3,780.59
 
District 2 Adam Eggleston
(Report 1)
(Report 2)
Unaffiliated $1,664.21
(Incl. candidate loans - $714.21)
$1,475.42 $188.79 $60
District 2 Susan Holmes
(Report 1)
(Report 2)
Unaffiliated $25
(Incl. candidate loans - $25)
$0 $25 $15
District 2 Noah Hutchison
(Report 1)
(Report 2)
Democrat $9,289.04
(Incl. candidate loans - $4,500)
$4,889.77 $4,399.27
District 2 Julie Pignataro
(Report 1)
(Report 2)
Democrat $12,433
(Incl. candidate loans - $5,000)
$9,786.30 $2,646.70 $343.90 State Rep. Brianna Titone - $27
 
District 4 Kristin Stephens (i)
(Report 1)
(Report 2)
Democrat $10,396.32 $3,219.30 $7,177.02 $742.91 State Rep. Jeni Arndt - $75
State Rep. Cathy Kipp - $75
Larimer County Commissioner John Kefalas - $75
 
District 6 Lori Brunswig
(Report 1)
(Report 2)
Democrat $4,035
(Incl. candidate loans - $2,000)
$1,846.91 $2,188.09 $136
District 6 Emily Gorgol
(Report 1)
(Report 2)
Democrat $8,485.90
(Incl. candidate loans - $760.90)
$3,134.94 $5,350.96 State Rep. Jeni Arndt - $75
State Rep. Cathy Kipp - $75
District 6 Fred Kirsch
(Report 1)
(Report 2)
Green $1,501.67 $388.40 $1,113.27 $0 Candidate - $75


Issues


Name Stance Registered Agent(s) Total Contributions Total Expenditures Total Cash On Hand Total Non-Monetary Contributions Notable Individuals
Fort Collins Full Time Council
(Report 1)
(Report 2)
FOR raises for City Councilors Fred Kirsch
(2019 city council candidate, District 6)
$115 $23.15 $91.85 $36.77 Fred Kirsch - $65
 
Fort Collins NOW
(Report 1)
(Report 2)
Keep Fort Collins Great sales tax renewal Gary Steen $7,980 $3,528.46 $4,451.54 $0


Ballot Measures

CITIZEN-INITIATED CHARTER AMENDMENT NO. 1

Shall Section 3 of Article II of the City of Fort Collins Charter be repealed and replaced with a new Section 3 offering the Mayor and all Councilmembers compensation equal to the Fort Collins Area Median Household Income, in accordance with the U.S. Census American Community Survey (ACS) five-year estimates, plus benefits afforded to full-time, exempt city employees; allowing the Mayor or any Councilmember to decline or accept reduced compensation; and requiring them to publicly report their Council-related activities, commencing on April 2, 2019?

  • Yes/For
  • No/Against


FOR Passage of Compensation

Fort Collins Full Time Council


AGAINST Passage of Compensation


Previous Elections

Full Official Archive

2017

Archive of Official Results

Turnout 28.25%.