Aspen Votes 2016: What locals are saying in the days leading up Election Day |

Aspen Votes 2016: What locals are saying in the days leading up Election Day

Aspen Votes 2016

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The countdown is on to what may be the most publicized, controversial and important election in recent history. On the ballot is, of course, the presidential ticket. But other local, state and U.S. officials will be elected Nov. 8, and matters close to many people’s hearts — from education to open space — also are in voters’ hands. It’s heady stuff, and perfect fodder for this installment of A Week in the Life.

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