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Local November 4, Garfield County voters will decide two contested races for county-level offices in addition to a range of local ballot questions in the Nov. Senate seat and several other state offices and statewide ballot initiatives. County Clerk and Recorder Jean Alberico on Tuesday mailed out a total of 27, ballots to registered county voters.
The ballots should arrive by the end of the week.
Voters can either return completed ballots by mail or drop them off at any of the ballot drop-off sites located in each of the six Garfield County municipalities. Voters not wanting to mail their ballots or put them in an unattended drop box may also bring their ballots to a designated Voter Service Polling Center VSPC prior to the election or on Election Day and cast their votes on site, Alberico explained. On the ballot for Rifle voters is Ballot Issue 2B, seeking a 5 percent excise tax on retail marijuana sales, as allowed under Colorado Amendment Anyone still wishing to register to vote or change registration information online can do so until Oct.
The countywide ballot includes the contested race for the District 1 county commissioner seat between incumbent Republican Tom Jankovsky and Democratic candidate Michael Sullivan. Most all of the candidates for other county offices, including sheriff, coroner, assessor, clerk and recorder, and treasurer, are uncontested this election.
However, there is a choice for the elected office of county surveyor between incumbent Scott Aibner, a Republican, and Sam Phelps, the former office holder from whom Aibner replaced 11 years ago.
Phelps petitioned onto the ballot as an unaffiliated candidate this year after an unsuccessful bid as a write-in candidate in The county surveyor, according to Colorado statute, is responsible for representing the county in any boundary disputes, notifying the county attorney of any unsettled disputes or boundary discrepancies, and filing surveys or other records for any work authorized by county commissioners. Republican Karla Bagley is the lone candidate seeking election as county treasurer.
If you want NextDay, we can save the other items for later. This item has been added to your Favorites. Sample consolidated Garfield County ballot for the Nov. Phelps petitioned onto the ballot as an unaffiliated candidate this year after an unsuccessful bid as a write-in candidate in Glenwood voters are being asked in Ballot Question 2A whether to give the city permission to sell the former library property at Ninth St.
She is in line to replace Democrat Georgia Chamberlain, who will be retiring in January after many years in office. Glenwood voters are being asked in Ballot Question 2A whether to give the city permission to sell the former library property at Ninth St. City Council has not decided if in fact it wants to sell the property, but would like to have that option as it continues to review proposals for use of the now-vacant building. Regional and Statewide election.