The House District Secretary posted a confusing Facebook post about the expected upcoming House District 18 Assembly. In the post, the House District 18 Secretary, Charity Munoz, stated in reference to House District 18 voting, “House District 18 had a few people saying that they wanted to step up to the plate and run in this district, but no one did. Therefore, there is no voting for HD18.” The comment is confusing because the beginning of the post said, “…you will be notified of voting and processes about the Assemblies through your email.” An email was sent to the House District Chair, Andy Colon, requesting a status update with no response.
It is definitely a confusing time with the COVID-19 restrictions in place. We should expect some significant changes to the Assembly process. But with all the uncertainty, the party should be communicating more with the caucus rather than less. It is unacceptable to think that a quick message posted to the El Paso County Party’s website is unavailable to the House District. Otherwise, what is the point of the website if it is not to inform the caucus of significant changes to procedure?
The Chairman for House District 15, Brad Collins, has sent an email informing the Delegates, Alternates, and the Officers in House District 15 the procedures for nominating a candidate for House District 15.
The House District 15 Assembly is scheduled for 28 March 2020 at 8:30 am. The chair has opened nominations beginning at 9 am on 21 March 2020 for candidates to be designated to the ballot for House District Representative, House District 15. The nominations will close at 3:00 pm on 21 March 2020.
Nominations must be sent to Brad Collins, Chairman; Kim Koller, Vice-Chairman; and Vickie Broerman, Secretary. Their emails can be found on the email transmitted by Brad Collins. If you require an unredacted copy of the email, you can request one through us at HD15@rapko.com