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Campaign Finance Reports

Campaign Finance Reports

Campaign finance disclosures in the Town of Timnath, Colorado, follow state regulations, with local rules also in place to ensure transparency in town-level elections. Candidates running for town offices, along with local political committees, are required to disclose their campaign contributions and expenditures on a regular basis. This information is made publicly available, providing transparency to the residents of Timnath about the financial forces influencing local elections. Any individual or entity that fails to disclose campaign finance details in a timely and accurate manner may be subject to penalties. These disclosure requirements contribute to the democratic process by ensuring that the citizens of Timnath have access to the information they need to make informed choices about their local government.

Campaign Finance Reports

April 2, 2024 Election


Name 60 days before election: February 2, 202430 days before election: March 3, 202415 days before election: March 18, 202430 days after election: May 2, 20241st day of month
one year after election:
April 1, 2025
Vote Yes TimnathView ReportView ReportView Report
 No Way on 1AView ReportView ReportView Report
Laake for Timnath CouncilView ReportView ReportView Report
Vote for BillView ReportView ReportView Report
Jeramie HoltView ReportView ReportView Report
Robert Axmacher for Timnath MayorView ReportView ReportView Report

Major Contributor Reports

Name Committee contributed toReport
American Freedom CouncilVote Yes TimnathView Report

June 27, 2023 Special Election

Name 21 days before election: June 6, 2023Friday before election: June 23, 202330 days after election: July 27, 20231st day of month
one year after election:
June 1, 2024
Guide Our Growth, Timnath!View ReportView ReportView Report

Town Ordinances

An ordinance is a law passed by a municipal government. Ordinances are approved through a two reading process in which the second reading is a public hearing.  At the public hearing, the community can comment and express their concerns or support of such ordinance.

Town Resolutions

Resolutions are generally used for two purposes. First, resolutions express a consensus on matters of public policy. Second, resolutions are passed for internal, administrative purposes. Resolutions are not laws. However, under certain circumstances resolutions can have the effect of law.