School Board Candidates

School Board Candidates set for November 2019 election
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The following Garfield Re-2 School District residents will be on the ballot for the 2019 School Board Election:



Katie Mackley - Director District C (4-year term)
1235 Sage Ct.
Rifle, CO 81650
Ms. Mackley's Notice of Intent to become a candidate

Seth McMillen - Director District A (2-year term)

366 Will Ave.
Rifle, CO 81650
Mr. McMillen's Notice of Intent to become a candidate

Chris Miller - Director District B (4-year term)
1384 Firethorn Ave
Rifle, CO 81650
Mr. Miller's Notice of Intent to become a candidate

Tom Slappey - Director District A (2-year term)
525 Will Ave.
Rifle, CO 81650
tslappey@gmail.com
Mr. Slappey's Notice of Intent to become a candidate

Meriya Stickler - Director District D (4-year term)
4100 County Rd. 214
Silt, CO 81652
Ms. Stickler's Notice of Intent to become a candidate

Kirk Wilson - Director District B (4-year term)
951 E. 17th St
Rifle, CO 81650
Echo7531@yahoo.com
Mr. Wilson's Notice of Intent to become a candidate

Each candidate obtained at least 50 petition signatures from registered Garfield Re-2 School District voters and turned in their completed candidate petitions by 12 p.m. August 30. The petitions and signatures for each of the candidates listed above have been verified by the Garfield Re-2 election official. 

Although candidates run in districts, all Garfield Re-2 registered voters will be able to vote for candidates in all districts. The school board election will be part of the regular November consolidated mail-in ballot. Ballots will be sent out by the Garfield County Clerk and Recorder's office in the end of October.

Candidates for Director Districts B, C, and D will be elected for four-year terms. Candidates for Director District A will serve a two-year term and will run to retain their seats in 2021. School Board members are limited to a maximum of  two full terms consecutively. Board members are not paid for their service. Their responsibilities include adopting an annual budget for the school district, overseeing the employment of the superintendent, placing mill levy override and bond measures on the ballot, and passing resolutions to make major decisions in the district, such as adopting official policies and the school calendar.





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