<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Vote 2009]]> <![CDATA[Garnett wants DA to have three terms -- we don't]]> <![CDATA[Longmont Mayor election results]]> <![CDATA[St. Vrain School District breakdown]]> Debbie Lammers, 57, previously worked in the legal field before moving to Colorado. Lammers has 12 years of experience as an active volunteer in with St. Vrain schools. She has been on various PTO boards, was on the district's Ballot Campaign Committees, chair of the Community Bond Review Committee, and is currently the president of the Niwot High School Education Foundation Board of Directors.]]> <![CDATA[Lyons Ordinance 871]]> <![CDATA[Thompson School District breakdown]]> <![CDATA[Park School District breakdown]]> <![CDATA[Vote for Valerie Mitchell, not Suzy Ageton]]> <![CDATA[Boulder Valley School District election results]]> <![CDATA[Lafayette City Council breakdown]]> Incumbent Alex Schatz, 38, is a landscape architect and attorney finishing up the final year of his first two-year term. He thinks the city should focus on fixing budget problems, urban renewal and development, and public safety.]]> <![CDATA[Longmont City Council breakdown]]> <![CDATA[Boulder County ballot issues]]> <![CDATA[Boulder County election results]]> More than 62,000 came out and voted in Tuesday’s Boulder County Election. Click inside for a complete list of the final unofficial results, as provided by Boulder County.]]> <![CDATA[Louisville City Council election results]]> <![CDATA[Town of Erie ballot questions results]]> <![CDATA[Town of Lyons ballot issue results]]> <![CDATA[Longmont ballot issues results]]> <![CDATA[Louisville City Council breakdown]]> Michael Menaker, 59, was a member of the Louisville Revitalization Commission, Business Retention and Development Committee and Shop Louisville Committee. Menaker says he is committed to urban renewal plans.]]> <![CDATA[St. Vrain School District election results]]> <![CDATA[Don't ignore your ballot, your say]]> Last year, people flocked to the polls. This year, many won't even take time to fill out their mail-in ballot. While it's true that last year we were deciding on a leader for our country, who leads our cities is no less important. It's on the local level that citizens arguably have the greatest influence.]]> <![CDATA[Longmont turnout may have tanked county's green initiatives]]> Jaws may have dropped in Boulder on Tuesday evening when it became clear that two county ballot issues most had believed would coast to easy wins had failed. Ballot Issue 1A, a sales tax extension for county open space, and Ballot Issue 1B, authorizing the county to issue $85 million in bonds for the successful ClimateSmart Loan Program, both failed by narrow margins.]]>