August 18, 2019

Appointees to Nineteenth Judicial District Nominating Commission Announced

On Friday, October 25, 2013, Governor Hickenlooper announced appointments to several boards and commissions, including two appointees to the nominating commission for the Nineteenth Judicial District.

Each judicial district nominating commission consists of seven members, no more than four of whom can be from the same political party. In judicial districts with a population greater than 35,000 people, three of the members of the nominating commission must be admitted to practice law in Colorado.

Sylvia Martinez of Greeley was appointed to serve as a non-attorney and a Democrat. She will replace Joe Tennessen of Greeley, who resigned. Alberto Dominguez of Windsor was appointed as an attorney and a Republican. He will replace Henry Frey of Greeley.

For the full list of Governor Hickenlooper’s appointments, click here. For more information on judicial nominating commissions, click here.

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