Election results for Aspen, Basalt as well as Pitkin and Eagle counties
A look at the unofficial election results from Pitkin and Eagle counties as of 5 p.m. Wednesday, according to the Secretary of State. Voter turnout in Pitkin County was 36.15% (5,107 of 14,127 registered voters), in Eagle County was 31.7% (11,070 of 34,922) and statewide was 37.91% (1,450,572 of 3,826,243):
ASPEN SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD
Patsy Kurkulis: 401 votes (6.80%)
John Galambos: 829 votes (14.07%)
Bettina Slusar: 697 votes (11.83%)
Jonathan Nickell: 1,540 votes (26.13%)
Katy Frisch: 1,505 votes (25.54%)
Jim Pomeroy: 921 votes (15.63%)
PITKIN COUNTY ISSUE 1A: Tax on tobacco products
Yes/For: 3,939 votes (78.75%)
No/Against: 1,063 votes (21.25%)
CITY OF ASPEN ISSUE 2A: Retention of excess tobacco sales tax
Yes/For: 1,644 votes (79.69%)
No/Against: 424 votes (20.31%)
ASPEN VALLEY HOSPITAL ISSUE 6A: Extend mill levy to 2030
Yes/For: 3,338 votes (73.04%)
No/Against: 1,232 votes (26.96%)
BASALT ISSUE 3A: Setting property tax level
Yes/For: 629 votes (63.41%)
No/Against: 363 votes (36.59%)
EAGLE COUNTY 1A: Tax on tobacco products
Yes/For: 7,550 votes (68.8%)
No/Against: 3,424 votes (31.2%)
Yes/For: 649,757 votes (45.25%)
No/Against: 786,244 (54.75%)
Yes/For: 3,303 votes (66.22%)
No/Against: 1,685 votes (33.78%)
Yes/For: 5,988 (54.78%)
No/Against: 4,942 (45.22%)
Yes/For: 727,053 votes (50.78%)
No/Against: 704,611 votes (49.22%)
Yes/For: 3,036 votes (61.19%)
No/Against: 1,926 votes (38.81%)
Yes/For: 6,389 votes (58.68%)
No/Against: 4,498 votes (41.32%)
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