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Pitkin County voting – final results

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Aspen, CO Colorado

ASPEN – Final, unofficial election results from the Pitkin County Clerk and Recorder’s Office.

• Pitkin County commissioner – District 1 FINAL

Rob Ittner: 3,738 / Jack Johnson: 3,217

• Pitkin County sheriff FINAL

Joe Disalvo: 5,383 / Patrick “Rick” Leonard: 1,404

• City of Aspen Referendum 2A (lodging tax) FINAL

Yes: 1,792 / No: 1,058

• City of Aspen Referendum 2B (replace instant runoff voting) FINAL

Yes: 1,705 / No: 899

• Aspen School District Referendum 3A (tax increase) FINAL

Yes: 3,433 / No: 1,915

• Aspen Valley Hospital FINAL

Referendum 5A (tax question) Yes: 3,761 / No: 2,554

Referendum 5B (debt question) Yes: 3,357/ No: 3,058

• Snowmass Village Town Council (two elected) FINAL

Jason Haber: 559

Fred Kucker: 541

Sally Sparhawk: 462

Kay Honigman-Singer: 165

• Snowmass Village Referendum 2D (tax question-transportation) FINAL

Yes: 611 / No: 368

• Snowmass Village Referendum 2E (tax question-Droste open space) FINAL

Yes: 548 / No: 437


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