Also known as Weld County School District 6
Greeley-Evans 6 Demographics
Greeley-Evans 6 Superintendent
Greeley-Evans 6 School Board
Due to having only 4 candidates for At-Large 4 seats, the election for November 7th, 2017 was cancelled. All 4 remaining candidates were automatically elected.
However, there is a Ballot Measure.
|At Large||John Haefeli (i)||Republican|| AUTOMATIC WINNER
No TRACER Filing
|At Large||Rhonda Solis (i)||Democrat||AUTOMATIC WINNER|
|At Large||Roger Dewitt (i)||Democrat||AUTOMATIC WINNER|
|At Large||Michael Mathews||?|| AUTOMATIC WINNER
John Mathews in his TRACER Filing
|At Large||Kenneth Watts||Unaffiliated|
Ballot Issue 3A
"Shall Weld County School District 6 taxes be increased by 14 Million dollars in 2017 (for collection in 2018) and by such amounts generated annually thereafter through 2023 (for collection in 2024) when the tax will sunset, by a mill levy of up to 10 mills, to be expended for educational purposes as approved by the board of education and monitored by the citizens' oversight committee, which include:
- Improving safety, security, and transportation; supporting academic and vocational programs to graduate career-ready students;
- Providing up-to-date instructional materials and technology to support every learner; attracting and maintaining a competitive workforce;
- Allocating mill levy override revenues based on student count to district charter schools authorized as of July 1st, 2017;
And shall such increase be an additional property tax mill levy in excess of the levies the district is otherwise authorized by law to impose; and shall the district be authorized to collect, retain, and spend all revenues from such taxes and the earnings from the investment of such revenues as a voter approved revenue change and an exception to the limits that would otherwise apply under Article X, Section 20 of the Colorado Constitution?