Jeffco GOP Vacancy Committee selects Tina Francone to be county commissioner

Francone will take over for Donald Rosier

Posted 1/23/18

A Regional Transportation District (RTD) director will take over the vacant Jefferson County Commissioner seat. The Vacancy Committee of the Jefferson County Republican Party announced on Jan. 19 …

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Jeffco GOP Vacancy Committee selects Tina Francone to be county commissioner

Francone will take over for Donald Rosier

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A Regional Transportation District (RTD) director will take over the vacant Jefferson County Commissioner seat.

The Vacancy Committee of the Jefferson County Republican Party announced on Jan. 19 that Tina Francone will assume the role formerly held by Donald Rosier. An announcement when she will take office is yet to be made.

The county commissioner seat represents District Three — the southern part of Jefferson County.

Francone is a Republican who is the RTD director for District N, which includes Jefferson County. She is a long-time Littleton resident and small business owner.

Rosier, a Republican, was elected as county commissioner in 2010 and re-elected to serve another four years in 2014.

He is term limited from running again.

Francone will serve the remainder of Rosier’s term, and will be eligible to run for re-election as an appointed incumbent this November.

Rosier announced his intent to vacate the seat mid-November, and his last day serving the county was Jan. 12. He will become the general manager of the Sterling Ranch Community Authority Board. Sterling Ranch is a 3,400-acre community under construction in northwest Douglas County.

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