Election Information

April 6, 2021 Regular Municipal Election

The next regular City Council election is April 6, 2021.  There will be four seats up for election:  District A, District D, District E, and one At-large seat.

Candidates for City Council must have resided in the City, or for a district seat in their district, for at least twelve months immediately preceding the election and be a registered voter of the City.  Starting on December 30, 2020, Nomination Petitions will be available online and at the City Clerk’s Office.

How to obtain a Nomination Petition:

1. Links to Nomination Petitions and other required forms are included in this list of Candidate Resources.  

2. A packet with printed forms may also be picked up in the City Clerk's Office.  Because City Hall is currently closed, please call 970-244-1509 and a member of the City Clerk's team will bring a packet to the front door.

Online Candidate Guidelines provide the basic requirements of candidates for City Council.

Official Candidates

The following information is provided on this web site as a courtesy to the public. The pointers to e-mail addresses and web sites provide links to personal e-mail accounts and website addresses. The City of Grand Junction does not provide e-mail access or website services to candidate or issue committees and does not intend for the inclusion of these links to imply endorsement of a candidate or an issue. The absence of an e-mail or web site pointer for any candidate or issue committee means only that such information was not provided.

District E

Abram Herman

Abram Herman

Email Abram

Campaign Website 


District A

Rick Taggart

General Election Information


City elections and candidates are subject to the provisions of the Fair Campaign Practices Act. A copy of the Act and forms for filing reports can be found on the Colorado Secretary of State website.

Ballot Initiatives

In an effort to assist citizens with the initiative process, the City Clerk's Office has developed Initiative Guidelines (PDF), which explain the process in a chronological manner.


Are you registered to vote? Check Colorado Secretary of State voter registration website.

Voting Districts

See the City Council Boundaries Map (PDF) to find out what district you are in.


November 3, 2020 Special Municipal Election

Special Election held in conjunction with Mesa County Coordinated Election.

April 2, 2019 Regular Municipal Election