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Moffat County officials to be sworn into office next week

For Moffat County Clerk and Recorder Elaine Sullivan, Tuesday will be one she won’t soon forget. And even though she has done it twice before, she doesn’t think the day’s activities will be any less moving. Sullivan will join seven other elected officials at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Moffat County District Court to be sworn into their respective elected offices. The ceremony will be a completely new experience for some, and for others it will be one they have had the honor of participating in several times before.

Moffat County GOP sheriff, clerk, surveyor candidates cruise into general election

While some Moffat County Republican candidates had a nail-biting night Tuesday during the primary election, it was smooth sailing into November’s general election for three uncontested candidates. Current Moffat County Sheriff Tim Jantz, county clerk and recorder candidate Lila Herod and county surveyor candidate Peter Epp each notched more than 2,000 votes as they were the sole GOP contenders for their respective positions. They move on to the general election, and possibly into public office in January 2011. As of now, there are no Democratic or write-in challengers for the any county positions, save for Tami Barnes for Moffat County Commission, District 2.

Hatch Act resolution aided by Moffat County residents passes in state Senate

A resolution aimed at limiting the federal Hatch Act’s reach into small, rural communities, such as Craig, passed the Colorado Senate on May 12.

Craig residents testify at Capitol to limit Hatch Act's reach

Sitting and waiting for more than three hours at the state capitol, and listening to heated committee debates between Colorado lawmakers, Craig resident Lila Herod was admittedly nervous.

‘Democratic right’

2 Craig residents headed to testify for Hatch Act resolution

Lila Herod and K.C. Hume, two residents recently affected by the Hatch Act, are headed to the state Capitol to voice their opinions about a federal law they contend is out of date.

Deputy clerk to step down because of Hatch Act

Lila Herod to remain 2010 clerk candidate

Lila Herod, Moffat County chief deputy clerk and elections supervisor, will step away today from the office she has called home for more than 20 years.

Deputy clerk resigns due to Hatch Act violation

Moffat County Chief Deputy Clerk Lila Herod will resign from her position with the county in order to run for county clerk and recorder in November.

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