Craig voters turned out in force for the April 4 city election compared to local elections past, according to near-official numbers from Craig City Clerk Kathy Larson.
Voters in the city of Craig sent a strong message of support in electing the new mayor. John Ponikvar will take office April 25 after winning the race for Craig mayor by a 16 percent margin over candidate Joe Bird. The Craig Daily Press caught up with Ponikvar the morning after the election to ask him about his motivation for running for office, how he intends to address the city budget crunch and what direction he wants to take the community.
Camp, Bohrer and Nichols win in council election — Ogden stays in with 4th highest vote
Results are in for the Craig city election 2017, including results for mayor, city council and the sales and use tax ballot measure.
The final tally is in for the winners of four Craig City Council seats.
Election results are in for the Craig mayoral race.
The fate of the much-debated Craig sales and use tax measure has finally been decided.
With Craig’s city election only one day away, city officials are eagerly awaiting the fate of the city sales and use tax measure put before voters.
Voters should drop off ballots or visit voting booths by Tuesday
Ballots for Tuesday’s city election have been streaming in. Roughly 1,500 of nearly 4,700 ballots have been received or about 32 percent of active Craig voters, according to Moffat County Election Supervisor Tori Pingley.
As voters in Craig prepare to approve or deny the proposed sales/use tax ballot measure in April, two Northwest Colorado lawmakers have drafted a bill that would increase the state’s sales tax by .62 cents.
Taxes are not sexy, but they do provide cities with the nuts and bolts they need to function.
On April 4, Craig voters will have the chance to choose a new mayor and four City Council members. Nine candidates are vying for the opportunity to make their mark on Craig’s future. The Craig Daily Press posed them all a series of questions. Here’s what they had to say...
Craig voters could be excused if they feel they need for a lawyer and an accountant to interpret election information sent to all registered voters earlier this week.