Attend the 2017 Commerce City Candidate Forum
LEARN MORE ABOUT CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES
Attend the 2017 Candidate Forum from 6:30-8:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017 at the Commerce City Civic Center, 7887 E. 60th Ave. Residents can attend in person or watch live online at c3gov.com/video or Comcast Channel 8.
All city council candidates have been invited to participate in the forum, moderated by the League of Women Voters. Spanish translation services will be provided. Questions are currently being solicited by the Commerce City Business & Professional Association, the Commerce City Chamber of Commerce and Cultivando. Community members can email question ideas for the moderator to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 p.m. Oct. 10, 2017. Those in attendance may also submit questions. A candidate “meet and greet” with light refreshments will follow the event.
Candidate information is available online at c3gov.com/elections. The following candidates are certified for the Nov. 7, 2017 municipal election:
- Gene Leffel
- Oscar Madera
- Tawnya Russell
- Jacob Wilson
- Nicole Frank
- Anthony Stellato
- José L. Guardiola
- Benjamin Huseman
- Alan Howell
- William Jackson
- Harvest Thomas III
ABOUT COMMERCE CITY BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
The Commerce City Business & Professional Association provides resources and networking opportunities in the Commerce City community. Call 720-205-2627 for more information.
ABOUT COMMERCE CITY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
The Commerce City Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit corporation that engages and advocates for businesses and the Commerce City community to encourage growth and long-term economic vitality. Learn more at http://4cchamber.com.
Cultivando is a leadership, advocacy, and capacity building organization that works in collaboration with community leaders and partners. Our work includes culturally-relevant trainings, building collaboration and advocacy around equity, inclusion, HEAL and other self- identified community issues, with a focus on building the capacity and supporting the voice of community leaders to impact sustainable change. Learn more at www.cultivando.org.
ABOUT COMMERCE CITY
As one of the state’s fastest growing cities, Commerce City is redefining itself for the next generation, building on historic values of community, industry, agriculture and family. Centrally located along Colorado’s bustling Front Range, Commerce City is a Quality Community for a Lifetime, with 25 miles of trails, a championship golf course, 840 acres of open space and parks, one of the country’s largest soccer complexes and the nation’s largest urban wildlife refuge. Learn more at www.c3gov.com.