Chris Watts, District 1 Cerro Gordo County Supervisor
I wish to thank all of my supporters in for helping us secure this huge win in the 2022 election. Thank you for being so kind at the doors and your many text messages and phone calls of support for the work this Board of Supervisors has accomplished.
I feel truly blessed to represent you.
Our campaign for the 2022 election continued after our overwhelming victory in the June 2022 primary, amassing 67% of the votes cast against my opponent. When elected, my intention is to serve all citizens, regardless of party affiliation, equally as I have since I took office on January 1, 2017.
After our successful campaign and election on November 8, 2016, I remained in touch with the citizens of Cerro Gordo county throughout my time in office. I welcome you here and your feedback at all times.
The Board of Supervisors is an elective office with a four-year term. The Board follows the Plan Three supervisor district representation plan as defined in Chapter 331.206 of the Code of Iowa. Supervisors are elected from single-member equal-population districts, in which the electors of each district shall elect one member who must reside in that district.
The Board of Supervisors holds its organizational meeting on the first day in January which is not a Saturday, Sunday or holiday. Regular sessions of the Board of Supervisors are held at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday mornings. The duties of the Board of Supervisors can be found throughout Chapter 331 in the Code of Iowa.