Our Government Representatives

 
The following are the elected representatives at various government levels representing the residents of the District:

  City Council Representative for North Range Village (Ward 3)
 
Name: Jadie Carson

Political party: N/A—The City’s elections are nonpartisan.

Total terms in office: Nov. 2009 to present (second term)

Current term in office: Nov. 2013 through Nov. 2017

% of total votes captured in Nov. 2013 election: ran unopposed.

Contact information:

7887 E. 60th Ave
Commerce City, CO 80022
Main: (303) 289-3600
Direct: (303) 810-7276
Email: jcarson@c3gov.com
 
 
  City Council Representative for Foxton Village (Ward 1)
 
Name: Andrew Amador

Political party: N/A—The City’s elections are nonpartisan.

Total terms in office: Nov. 2013 to present (first term)

Current term in office: Nov. 2013 through Nov. 2017

% of total votes captured in Nov. 2013 election: ran against one other candidate and captured 50.1% of the votes (i.e. 627 out of 1,250 votes)

Contact information:

7887 E. 60th Ave
Commerce City, CO 80022
Main: (303) 289-3600
Direct: (303) 910-4409
Email: aamador@c3gov.com
 
 
  County Commissioner Representative (District 2)
 
Name: Charles "Chaz" Tedesco

Political party: Democrat

Total terms in office: Jan. 2013 to present (first term)

Current term in office: Jan. 2013 through Jan. 2017

% of total votes captured in Nov. 2012 election: ran against two other candidates and captured 50.8% of the votes (i.e. 74,099 out of 145,742 votes)

Contact information:

4430 S. Adams County Parkway
Brighton, CO 80601
Main: (720) 523-6100
Direct: (303) 287-7742
Email: ctedesco@adcogov.org
 
 
   District Attorney - 17th Judicial District
 
Name: Dave Young

Political party: Democrat

Total terms in office: Jan. 2013 to present (first term)

Current term in office: Jan. 2013 through Jan. 2017

% of total votes captured in Nov. 2012 election: ran unopposed.

Contact information:

1000 Judicial Center Dr. #100
Brighton, CO 80601
Main: (303) 659-7720
Website: www.adamsbroomfieldda.org
 
 
  State Senate Representative (Senate District 25)
 
Name: Jessie Ulibarri

Political party: Democrat

Total terms in office: Jan. 2013 to present (first term)

Current term in office: Jan. 2013 through Jan. 2017

% of total votes captured in Nov. 2012 election: ran against one other candidate and captured 64.9% of the votes (i.e. 30,308 out of 46,681 votes)

Contact information:

200 E. Colfax
Denver, CO 80203
Main: (303) 866-4857
Direct: (303) 810-7276
Email: jessie.ulibarri.senate@state.co.us
Website: none
 
 
  State House Representative for Foxton Village (House District 32)
 
Name: Dominick Moreno

Political party: Democrat

Total terms in office: Jan. 2015 to present (second term)

Current term in office: Jan. 2015 through Jan. 2017

% of total votes captured in Nov. 2014 election: ran against one other candidate and captured 63.7% of the votes (i.e. 9,945 out of 15,613 votes)

Contact information:

200 E. Colfax
Denver, CO 80203
Main: (303) 866-2964
Direct: (720) 985-1132
Email: dominick.moreno.house@state.co.us
Website: www.dominickmoreno.com
 
 
  State House Representative for North Range Village (House District 30)
 
Name: JoAnn Windholz

Political party: Republican

Total terms in office: Jan. 2015 to present (first term)

Current term in office: Jan. 2015 through Jan. 2017

% of total votes captured in Nov. 2014 election: ran against one other candidate and captured 50.29% of the votes (i.e. 9,448 out of 18,786 votes)

Contact information:

200 E. Colfax
Denver, CO 80203
Main: (xxx) xxx-xxxx
Email: xxxxx
Website: xxxxx
 
 
  U.S. House Representative (Congressional District 7)
 
Name: Ed Perlmutter

Political party: Democrat

Total terms in office: Jan. 2007 to present (5 terms)

Current term in office: Jan. 2015 through Jan. 2017

% of total votes captured in Nov. 2014 election: ran against one other candidate and captured 54.9% of the votes (i.e. 139,166 out of 253,646 votes)

Contact information:

12600 West Colfax Ave, Suite B-400
Lakewood, CO 80215
Main (Colorado): (303) 274-7944
Main (Washington DC): (202) 225-2645
Website: www.perlmutter.house.gov
 
 
  U.S. Senate Representative (1 of 2)
 
Name: Corey Gardner (Senate Class 2)

Political party: Republican

Total terms in office: Jan. 2015 to present (first term)

Current term in office: Jan. 2015 through Jan. 2021

% of total votes captured in Nov. 2014 election: ran against six other candidates and captured48.5% of the votes (i.e. 965,974 out of 1,991,607 votes)

Contact information:

9227 E Lincoln Ave, #200-234
Lone Tree, CO 80124
Main (Colorado): (970) 663-2679
Main (Washington DC): xxxx
Website: www.coreygardnerforsenate.com
 
 
  U.S. Senate Representative (2 of 2)
 
Name: Michael Bennet (Senate Class 3)

Political party: Democrat

Total terms in office: Jan. 2009 to present (1 ½ terms)

Current term in office: Jan. 2011 through Jan. 2017

% of total votes captured in Nov. 2010 election: ran against six other candidates and captured 47.7% of the votes (i.e. 794,724 out of 1,664,988 votes)

Contact information:

2300 15th Street, Suite 450
Denver, CO 80202
Main (Colorado): (303) 455-7600
Main (Washington DC): (202) 224-5852
Website: www.bennet.senate.gov
 
   
  Other Representatives

 
Please note that residents of District elect representatives to the following special district boards:

  • North Range Village Metropolitan District
  • Brighton 27J School District
  • Fire District 4 South Adams
  • Regional Transportation District (RTD)
  • South Adams County Water and Sanitation District
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    Also, in addition to the Ward 1/Ward 3 representative on Commerce City Council, residents of the District also participate in the election of the City Mayor (currently Sean Ford) and four at-large City Council representatives (currently filled by Jason McEldowney, Crystal Elliott, Steve Douglas and Rene Bullock).

    At the County level, residents also elect the county assessor, county clerk and recorder, corner, district attorney, sheriff, surveyor and treasurer -- all to 4-year terms of office.

    Finally, at the state level, District residents also participate in the election of the State Governor and, at the Federal level, the President and Vice President of the United States.