Colorado: Gov. Polis Announces Boards and Commissions Appointments

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Colorado State Fair Authority Board of Commissioners

The Colorado State Fair Authority Board of Commissioners is a corporate body, a political subdivision of the state. The Board directs and supervises the Colorado State Fair and Industrial Exposition. The Fair is held annually at Pueblo for the display of livestock and agricultural, horticultural, industrial, mining, recreational, educational and scientific products of the State of Colorado.

for a term expiring November 1, 2023:
  • Alexandra Hanifin of Boulder, Colorado, a Democrat from the Second Congressional District, occasioned by the resignation of Brian Coppom of Longmont, Colorado, appointed.


Judicial Performance Commissions

There are 23 judicial performance commissions serving the State of Colorado: one State Commission and 22 District Commissions.  The State Commission evaluates the performance of Supreme Court Justices and Court of Appeals Judges, and the District Commissions evaluate District Court and County Court Judges. Commissioners evaluate judges during two different cycles: retention and interim.

First Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission

effective December 1, 2021, for terms expiring November 30, 2025:
  • Rachel Lovendahl of Westminster, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed;

  • Cynthia Baroway of Lakewood, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.


Second Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission

effective December 1, 2021, for terms expiring November 30, 2025:
  • Angelique Carter of Denver, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed;

  • Maryanne Flynn of Denver, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.


Third Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission

effective December 1, 2021, for terms expiring November 30, 2025:
  • Carlos Lopez of Trinidad, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed;

  • Kerrie Meyler of La Veta, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed.


Fourth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission

effective December 1, 2021, for terms expiring November 30, 2025:
  • Kristiana Huitron of Colorado Springs, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed;

  • Mischa Smith of Colorado Springs, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed.


Fifth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission

effective December 1, 2021, for terms expiring November 30, 2025:
Sixth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission

effective December 1, 2021, for terms expiring November 30, 2025:
  • Julie Abril of Bayfield, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed;

  • Timothy Calkins of Durango, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.


Seventh Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission

effective December 1, 2021, for terms expiring November 30, 2025:
  • Kyle Merriman of Delta, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed;

  • Alexander Parker of Montrose, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed.


Ninth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission

effective December 1, 2021, for terms expiring November 30, 2025:
  • Michelle Muething of Carbondale, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed;

  • Elizabeth Velasco of Glenwood Springs, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed.


Eleventh Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission

effective December 1, 2021, for terms expiring November 30, 2025:
  • Brian Bumbarger of Como, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed;

  • Peter Hinga of Buena Vista, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed.


Twelfth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission

effective December 1, 2021, for terms expiring November 30, 2025:
  • Ava Paula Medina of La Jara, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed;

  • Kristina Daniel of Alamosa, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed.


Thirteenth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission

effective December 1, 2021, for terms expiring November 30, 2025:
  • Rachel Gabel of Wiggins, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed;

  • Robert Hendrix of Iliff, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.


Sixteenth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission

effective December 1, 2021, for terms expiring November 30, 2025:
  • Shawn Mobley of La Junta, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed;

  • Carol Noll of La Junta, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed.


Seventeenth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission

effective December 1, 2021, for terms expiring November 30, 2025:
Eighteenth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission

effective December 1, 2021, for terms expiring November 30, 2025:
  • Charles Gilford of Aurora, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed;

  • Michelle Fix-Westall of Littleton, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed.


Nineteenth Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission

effective December 1, 2021, for terms expiring November 30, 2025:
  • Alicia Johnson of Evans, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed;

  • Jeannie Valliere of Johnstown, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed.


Twenty-First Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission

effective December 1, 2021, for terms expiring November 30, 2025:
  • Cindy Enos-Martinez of Grand Junction, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed;

  • Ken Haptonstall of Grand Junction, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed.


Twenty-Second Judicial District Judicial Performance Commission

effective December 1, 2021, for terms expiring November 30, 2025:
  • Tazwell Vass of Cortez, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, appointed;

  • Eric Stiasny of Cahone, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.


State Judicial Performance Commission

effective December 1, 2021, for terms expiring November 30, 2025:
  • Lindsey Daugherty of Arvada, Colorado, to serve as an attorney, appointed;

  • Dennis Obduskey of Pueblo, Colorado, to serve as a non-attorney, reappointed.


Juvenile Parole Board

The Colorado Juvenile Parole Board, one of six in the country, grants, denies, modifies, suspends or revokes parole for juvenile delinquents committed to the Department of Human Services.

for terms expiring November 15, 2025:
  • Andrea Rodriguez Cruz of Denver, Colorado, to serve as a representative of the Department of Labor and Employment, appointed;

  • Kimberly Branham of Thorton, Colorado, to serve as a representative of the Department of Public Safety, reappointed;

  • Bradford Geiger of Highlands Ranch, Colorado, to serve as a public member, reappointed;

  • Heidi Hess of Clifton, Colorado, to serve as a member of the public not employed by the State of Colorado and as a member from west of the continental divide, reappointed;

  • Elizabeth Martinez of Denver, Colorado to serve as a member of the public at-large, reappointed.


Motor Vehicle Dealer Board

The Board licenses and regulates motor vehicle dealers and salespersons.  It also works to resolve consumer complaints about dealers, holds hearings and orders corrective action.

for a term expiring June 30, 2023:
  • Teshome Tesfaye of Aurora, Colorado, to serve as a licensed used motor vehicle dealer, occasioned by the resignation of Ramona Lee Graves Bode of Aurora, Colorado, appointed.


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