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Aspen, Basalt election results: School boards, ballot questions put to 2021 voters

Staff reports
Voters drop off their ballots in the drop off box along Main St. in downtown Aspen on Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021. (Kelsey Brunner/The Aspen Times)

Here is a look at the results for the races and questions in the Pitkin and Eagle County areas in the Roaring Fork Valley. According to the county clerks, 5,128 of 13,950 active voters in Pitkin County cast ballots, while 12,845 of Eagle County’s 35,052 active voters returned ballots:

Aspen School Board

(top 3 vote-getters earn seat)

Stacey Weiss – 21.91% | 2,265

Susan M. Zimet – 21.30 % | 2,202


Christa Gieszl – 19.96% | 2,064

John Galambos – 12.77% | 1,320

Lawrence Butler – 12.08% | 1,249

Anna Zane – 11.98% | 1,239

Click here to read more on the BOE race

City of Aspen Ballot Question 2A

Amendment to the Aspen Municipal Code regarding Wheeler RETT funds

(must have 60% to pass)

Yes/For: 71.17% | 1,629

No/Against: 28.83% | 660

Click here to read more on the 2A results

City of Aspen Ballot Question 2B

Land Exchange for Conservation Easement over the Pride of Aspen Property on Shadow Mountain

Yes/For: 74.43% | 1,633

No/Against: 25.57% | 561

Click here to read more on the 2B results

Town of Basalt Ballot Issue 3A

Basalt Forward Program

Yes/For: 73.53% | 811

No/Against: 26.47% | 292

Click here to read more on the 3A results

Roaring Fork School District Board of Education

District A

Kenneth Teitler: 74.91% | 5,897

Chase McWhorter: 25.09% | 1,975

District E

Kathryn Kuhlenberg: 79.74% | 5,683

Steven G. Fotion: 20.26% | 1,444

Click here to read more on the RFSD board race

Roaring Fork School District Ballot Issue 5B

Mill Levy Override

Yes/For: 68.54% | 6,521

No/Against: 31.46% | 2,993

Click here to read more on the RFSD Issue 5B

Special District

Redstone Ranch Acres Road Improvement District Ballot Issue 6A

Yes/For: 80% | 28

No/Against: 20% | 7


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