Julia is a current City Council member for Ward 2 and is running for Mayor. Her vision for Thornton includes safe and affordable neighborhoods, a strong and growing economy, a greener and healthier Thornton, accessible and reliable transportation, and quality and diverse community services. While serving on city council, Julia has been innovative, collaborative, values-driven, and solutions-oriented and she will bring that leadership to the mayor’s seat.
Justin Martinez is a longtime community advocate who will prioritize equity, safety, and opportunity for all residents of Thornton. His experience in planning will help Thornton grow sustainably, and his passion for his community in South Thornton will pave the way for revitalization and a thriving economy.
As a working mother and longtime community leader, Roberta Ayala will work to build a thriving city that works for all! Roberta’s vision for Thornton includes safe and clean neighborhoods, city services that are accessible, accountable, and transparent, a welcoming community for all, and an economy that works for everyone.
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