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Hanover 28 Demographics

Hanover 28 Superintendent

Hanover 28 School Board

2017 Election

On November 7th, 2017, 2 seats are up for vote. 6 candidates are running, including 1 incumbent.

There is one ballot measure specific to the district.

Sample Ballot here.


(i) = incumbent
Ward Name Party Endorsements/Info Contact
  Choose 2
At Large Juanita Beazley Republican Email
At Large Dwight Smith Republican Email
At Large Edward A. Sweazy (i) Republican Email
At Large Scott T. Gardner Republican Email
At Large Charity Garrett Unaffiliated Email
At Large Ross Minks Unaffiliated Email

Campaign Finance

Ballot Measure

3F - Mill Levy Override

Shall Hanover School District 28 taxes be increased $285,500 in 2017 and by such amounts as may be generated annually thereafter by the imposition of an additional mill levy of 8.348 mills, to be deposited in the general fund of the district for educational purposes as approved by the board of education with expenditures reported to the public annually, which purposes shall be:

  • Supporting the renewal of the transportation fleet for the safety of students and reduction in maintenance and upkeep;
  • Supporting quality instruction and expanding course offerings with the necessary textbooks and instructional materials;
  • Providing students and staff with adequate access to current technology;
  • Restoring some of the needed facilities deferred maintenance and operating funds;
  • Growing the capacity of staff through high quality professional development;

And shall such tax increase be an additional property tax mill levy in excess of the levy authorized for the district's general fund, pursuant to and in accordance with section 22-54-108, C.R.S.; 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 which would otherwise apply under Article X, Section 20 of the Colorado Constitution?

  • Yes
  • No

Arguments For

Arguments Against