Tea Party hosts public forum for county commission candidates
To help the community get a better sense of who is running for the Moffat County Board of Commissioners, all of the candidates gathered for a public forum Thursday night.
Jim Stoddard drops out of the county commissioner race after public forum
Republican candidate Jim Stoddard has dropped out of the race Moffat County Board of Commissioners' District 2 seat and endorsed Craig Mayor Ray Beck for the position.
Delegates to choose commissioner candidates
At the convention, the 97 delegates elected at the March 1 precinct caucuses will pick which county commissioner candidates they want to see compete in the June primary.
The question now isn’t whether Republicans should finally take a stand against Donald Trump, but how.
Al White wants to be your state senator (again)
Unaffiliated candidate for Colorado State Senate District 8, Al White, acknowledged Thursday that fundraising will be difficult without receiving funds directly from one of the two major parties, but said he thinks “the time is right” for his independent run for office.
While you were out celebrating Super Tuesday, you may not have noticed that Bernie Sanders had called it a night before the caucusing in Colorado had even begun.
Sanders wins in Moffat County, new candidate announces bid for commissioner
Moffat County residents were doing their civic duty Tuesday night by participating in their local precinct caucuses.
On Tuesday, Moffat County voters have an opportunity to choose who they want to see on the primary ballot in June.
Three challengers are eyeing Moffat County Commissioner John Kinkaid’s District 1 seat in the 2016 election.
Candidates encouraged to bid for office before March 1 caucuses
As the presidential race heats up, Moffat County has a big election of its own in November with two commissioner seats up for voter approval.
St. John, a Republican, has lived in Craig for 35 years and his experience includes two terms on the Moffat County School Board and two terms on Craig City Council.
Town Clerk Sharon Johnson said more than 1,100 ballots were mailed to voters who live within town limits.