Meet the Candidates
2016 Election Results
Tom Jeanette: 1,129 (44.34 percent)
Jess Loban: 1,416 (55.64 percent)
The only candidate to file a write-in affidavit by the deadline, James Townsend, did not appear on the ballot. However, 201 voters wrote in his name, according to preliminary results.
Jason Bower: 1,393 (49.36 percent)
Nick Lucey: 748 (26.51 percent)
Michael Angell: 486 (17.22 percent)
Steve Maruska:195 (6.91 percent)
Jimmy Graham: 1,373 (45.48 percent)
George Teal: 1,646 (54.52 percent)
Yes: 16,209 (69.30 percent)
No: 7,179 (30.70 percent)
Those elected will be sworn in during a regular Council meeting Dec. 6. At the same time, per Town Charter, the Council will elect a new Mayor and a new Mayor Pro Tem.
The Town is divided into seven election districts. Council representatives are nominated and elected by voters within their district.
As required by Town Charter, election districts should reflect approximately the same number of registered voters within each district, and the maximum deviation between the most populous and the least populous district must be, at the time of evaluation, no more than 15 percent variance.
Election district boundaries were evaluated by the Election Commission in April of 2015. Due to continued growth, boundary adjustments were made to achieve equal apportionment of electors to each district.
Election district boundaries will be reevaluated again in 2021.
Don’t know which district you live in? Enter your address on the following link to View a map to determine your Council district.
Be Sure To Watch Videos below from the Chamber’s Meet the Candidates forum on Oct. 7th.
Jess Loban – WINNER
James Townsend – WINNER
Jason Bower – WINNER
George Teal (Incumbent) – WINNER
2016 Town Council
Town Council consists of seven Councilmembers, each of whom are elected from the district in which he or she resides and they must meet qualification requirements as set forth in the Municipal Code.
At the organizational meeting of Council in December following the election, one of its members is elected as Mayor by a majority vote. Then, one member is elected as Mayor Pro Tem, also by a majority vote. The Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem are elected by Town Council every two years.
Councilmembers are elected to serve four-year terms.
Learn more about running for Council.
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The Castle Rock Chamber of Commerce serves as liaison between Chamber members and elected officials to ensure that the concerns of business are represented in government.