Ballots due Tuesday in Aspen
Turn in mail-in ballots or vote in person at City Hall
Voters can either drop off their ballots or vote the traditional way at City Council Chambers, which is located in the basement of City Hall at 130 S. Galena St.
Mail ballots are due at City Hall by no later than 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 2. In-person voting is scheduled from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. the same day.
Traditional voters must bring their identification to be eligible to cast their ballots.
The mayor’s race features two-term incumbent Steve Skadron against challenger Lee Mulcahy.
City Council members Art Daily and Ann Mullins also are up for re-election. They are being contested by Ward Hauenstein, Skippy Mesirow, Sue Tatem and Torre.
As of noon Friday, roughly 1,400 voters had turned in their ballots, said City Clerk Linda Manning.
From the summit of Resolution Mountain, we could see the Fowler-Hilliard Hut below. We took photos as we watched the sun slowly set, and conversations ensued about the surrounding mountains, future running plans and the adventure we were wrapping up