The vote to represent the Republican Party in the election for the House District 22 seat in the Colorado House of Representatives is only days away. Justin Everett, a Littleton Republican, is …
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If you are registered as unaffiliated, you should have received both a Democratic and Republican party ballot. You may fill out one and return it, but not both.
June 30 is Election Day. Whether you are voting in person, or sending in a mail ballot, it must be received by the county clerk and recorder by 7 p.m. on that day. Ballots returned through the mail should be sent at least eight days beforehand to ensure arrival.
There 24-hour drop boxes available throughout the county.
To register to vote, check registration, ballot status, drop box locations and more, go to VoteJeffco.com.
The vote to represent the Republican Party in the election for the House District 22 seat in the Colorado House of Representatives is only days away.
Justin Everett, a Littleton Republican, is challenging Colin Larson, another Littleton Republican who currently holds the House District 22 seat, in the upcoming June 30 primary election. District 22 includes parts of Littleton, Lakewood and Ken Caryl.
Larson took control of the office in 2019 while Everett represented District 22 in the Colorado House of Representatives from 2013 to 2019. Everett lost in the Republican primary for Colorado treasurer in 2018 to Brian Watson.
The winner of the two will face Democrat Mary Parker for the House District 22 seat this Fall.
Though both candidates did not reply to Colorado Community Media’s candidate questionnaire, here is some basic information about Everett and Larson.
Everett has lived in Jefferson County since 1978 and earned an MBA in finance, entrepreneurship and international business from the University of Colorado Denver and a JD from the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver.
Before he held a seat in the Colorado House of Representatives, Everett owned a business in South Jeffco that specialized in business start-up, investment management and financial management, his website says.
Everett’s website says he is a Christian and his faith guides the way he votes. He is pro-life and has co-sponsored bills to protect unborn children. His website says business owners should be able to establish their own rules related to COVID-19 if necessary and that citizens can assess risks when using those businesses. Everett is against illegal immigration and sanctuary cities and says illegal immigration’s cost to taxpayers is too much.
To contact Everett, visit everettforcolorado.com.
A graduate from Littleton High School and Colorado College where he earned a degree in political science and history, Larson is the owner of the Altas Coffees coffee shop.
Larson’s website says he is a part of numerous boards and organizations like the West Metro Chamber of Commerce and the Jefferson County Community Development Advisory Board.
His website says he is focused on strengthening Colorado education, defending the Second Amendment and defending the Taxpayer Bill of Rights. Larson is also pro-life and says he opposes Obamacare and socialized medicine.
To reach him, visit colinforcolorado.com.
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