Welcome to the Colorado Community Media Election 2021 Voters Guide for Littleton.
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Welcome to the Colorado Community Media Election 2021 Voters Guide for Littleton. Below, you can find links to candidate questionnaires, profiles, news and analysis on the races that matter to you, brought to you by the community journalists of the Littleton Independent, including Robert Tann.
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Littleton City Council races
Littleton School Board races
Littleton to vote on sales tax increase
Kyle Schlachter seeks to pick up as Littleton mayor where he left off on council
Jon Buck sees a chance for change with Littleton mayoral vote
arol Fey aims to be problem-solver as Littleton mayor
Krista Kafer wants to be a broker for compromise on Littleton council
Gretchen Rydin wants to 'speak less, listen more' on Littleton council
Paul Bingham, longstanding Littleton watchdog, eyes council seat
Stephen Barr wants to bring public-service experience to Littleton council
Candice Ferguson strives to center human voices on Littleton council
Patrick Driscoll seeks to champion sales tax increase on Littleton council
Littleton council candidates report new round of fundraising
Littleton council candidates talk growth, development at forum
Schlachter tops Littleton candidates in fundraising
As mask outrage engulfs school boards, Littleton candidates try to stay above the fray
Littleton voters to decide on 3/4 cent sales tax
Sales tax plan takes center stage in Littleton council candidate forum
Arapahoe County voters to decide on outdoor funds
Colorado school board election spending skyrockets
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