Historic Pueblo Mayoral Election
Pueblo’s Energy Future – Mayoral Candidates Responses
First of all, choosing a mayor is a huge concern for Pueblo. Citizens in Southern Colorado are very engaged on this issue. Citizens attend mayoral forums frequently in significant numbers. The Historic Pueblo 2018/ 2019 Mayoral Election is of vital importance to this community.
As a result, Pueblo’s Energy Future (PEF), the Renewable Energy Owners Coalition of America (REOCA), and the Sierra Club – Sangre de Cristo Group are co-hosting a Mayoral Candidates Forum.
Hence, we will emphasize issues of concern to our groups, as well as a broader vision for Pueblo’s future and the candidates’ plans. Candidates received a questionnaire ahead of time.
Consequently, a summary of the Mayoral Candidates Responses is available in a PDF below. Participate in the historic Pueblo 2018/ 2019 Mayoral Election.
Most noteworthy, Steve Nawrocki and Nick Gradisar will be running head to head in Pueblo’s Mayoral Runoff Election, taking place January 22, 2019.
Further, If you have any questions, comments, and/or concerns regarding this election or the responses, please e-mail Rebecca Vigil at firstname.lastname@example.org
As of November 15th, Candidates Nick Gradisar and Steve Nawrocki will go head to head in a runoff election on January 22nd.
Per KOAA’s website, “During an interview with News5 this summer, Gradisar cited his experience working in community and government organizations as reasons why he should be mayor.
Gradisar served on the Pueblo Board of Water Works for 14 years the Pueblo Chamber of Commerce Board from 1998 to 2002 and as the Pueblo County Public Trustee for a combined total of 17 years.
He’s also worked as a lawyer as a partner in the Pueblo-based firm Gradisar, Trechter, Ripperger & Roth.
Steve Nawrocki served on the Pueblo City Council for eight years and was president of the council multiple times.
He is the CEO of the Senior Resources Development Agency, a non-profit organization based in Pueblo.
Nawrocki also cited his relationships with elected officials in Denver and Washington D.C. as a way to bring in extra funding for city projects.”