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2019 Election Results

Post Date:11/06/2019

For the latest results, visit the 2019 Election Results page.

The Arapahoe, Douglas and Jefferson County Clerk and Recorders have provided these unofficial results for the 2019 Littleton municipal election:

Littleton City Council Member — At Large
CANDIDATE ARAPAHOE CO JEFFERSON CO DOUGLAS CO TOTAL
Bill Schwanitz
3,264 194 14 3,472
Scott Melin
4,163
343 23 4,529
Jessica Mendes Ford
1,430 110 23 1,563
Pam Grove
4,460 293 32 4,785
Kyle Schlachter
3,930 334 20 4,284
Littleton City Council Member — District II
CANDIDATE ARAPAHOE CO     TOTAL
Jerry Valdes
693     693
Jane Ozga
290     290
Kate Eckel
545
    545
Littleton City Council Member — District IV
CANDIDATE ARAPAHOE CO JEFFERSON CO DOUGLAS CO TOTAL
Iftin Abshir
1,163 284 28 1,475
Kelly Milliman
1,291 419 37 1,747


In the district races, Jerry Valdes and Kelly Milliman will serve four-year terms.

In the at-large race, Pam Grove will serve a four-year term for receiving the highest number of votes and Scott Melin will serve a two-year term for receiving the second-highest number of votes.

The figures are not final until after the Board of Canvass of each county meets in approximately two weeks.

A reception will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, November 19 to welcome the new council members and recognize those who served. The new council members will be sworn in at 6:30 p.m. by Presiding Judge Ethan Feldman who will administer the oath of office. The new council will then elect the mayor and mayor pro tem to serve for the next two years.

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