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Meet the three County Commissioners who are mismanaging the safety, prosperity and quality of life right out of Boulder County!

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Elise Jones, Chairwoman - District 1

Elise is the twin sister of Boulder City Mayor and EcoCycle Executive Director, Suzanne Jones. Despite her self-proclaimed passion for ending homelessness, Jones and her twin sister would rather send transients to YOUR backyard than have low-income renters - much less the homeless - in their own multiple Boulder for-rent investment properties. 

Cindy Domenico - District 3

Cindy Domenico has made her career in government at the expense of taxpayers; first literally collecting taxes and most recently spending them. Like Gardner, she was first appointed to her position by insiders filling a vacancy with one of their own. Domenico has been a public employee her entire career working in the tax assessor's office from 1984-1997 when she was appointed by Democrat party insiders to become the County Tax Assessor. After more than two decades of collecting your taxes, she got herself appointed to a 6-figure job spending at a rate that would make the Kardashians blush.  

Deborah Gardner - District 2

Deb Gardner, former treasurer of the Boulder County Democrats and State Representative, was chosen by a special Democrat Selection Committee to fill the seat of former chairman, Ben Pearlman who was term-limited out of office.  In his final days as chairman, Pearlman's two co-commissioners appointed him to be the $125,000/year County Attorney in a move that drew criticism from all corners of Colorado for setting a new low in apparent political self-dealing...even for Boulder!  


Making Boulder Proud!

County Commission Chair Elise Jones Subject of Formal Ethics Complaint


SEC Finds Boulder County Commissioners and Attorney in Violation of Federal Securities Act

SEC Finds "Material Misstatements in the Sale of Municipal Securities," Orders Cease & Desist and Issues Sanctions

The Unites States Securities and Exchange Commission ruled strongly against Boulder County for making material misrepresentations in the sale of municipal securities and for its failure to meet its legally required disclosures. 

Click here to read the SEC's Judgment Document


 
Boulder County Commissioners have earned a reputation for ignoring the concerns of constituents in favor of advancing their personal agendas. Under their leadership, the County budget has skyrocketed under new burdens for social programs while infrastructure investments have plummeted. The Commissioners are now locked in a nasty lawsuit with county residents who want the commissioners to fulfil their obligations to maintain county sub-division roads they legally accepted from developers over many decades.   

Boulder County Commissioners have earned a reputation for ignoring the concerns of constituents in favor of advancing their personal agendas. Under their leadership, the County budget has skyrocketed under new burdens for social programs while infrastructure investments have plummeted. The Commissioners are now locked in a nasty lawsuit with county residents who want the commissioners to fulfil their obligations to maintain county sub-division roads they legally accepted from developers over many decades.