Do you know how many political officials we elect in Greeley? Citizens in Greeley are responsible for a total of 7 elected positions in Greeley government (6 city councilmembers and 1 mayor). Every citizen in Greeley gets to vote for one councilmember within one of four “wards,” two at-large councilmembers and the mayor (that means each citizen gets to vote for 4 elected officials). Additionally, Greeley citizens are responsible for 3 seats in state government (2 state house representatives and 1 state senator). Every citizen in Greeley gets to vote for 1 state house representative and 1 state senator.
Greeley's Elected Officials
EACH REGISTERED VOTER IN GREELEY has the power to influence the following positions at the CITY level: 3 city councilmembers (1 councilmember within a voter’s ward and 2 councilmembers at-large) and the mayor. (In addition to the mayor, Greeley voters choose 6 councilmembers in total.)
Greeley's State Representatives
EACH REGISTERED VOTER IN GREELEY has the power to influence who holds the following positions at the STATE level: 1 Colorado State Senator and 1 Colorado State House Representative. In total, Greeley puts 2 state house representatives and 1 state senator in the Colorado General Assembly (the state level version of the United States Congress).