Poll: What do you think of the candidate field for the Aspen election this May?
Now that the Aspen City Council and mayoral candidates are official, this week’s poll question asks readers what they think of their choices in May.
Go to http://www.aspentimes.com, on the left side below the news carousel, to find this week’s question and the results of previous polls.
Last week’s poll question — “Who should go into the Old Power House building?” — brought in 38,800 votes (see Sunday’s story “Intern rigged Aspen Times power house poll”). The Aspen Science Center got 33,599 votes, GrassRoots TV got 3,311 votes, Power Plant Brewery got 1,437 votes, The Red Brick got 300 votes, and Power House Aspen — The Gathering Place got 153 votes.
These results prove the point of our poll disclaimer: Poll results are not scientific and are for entertainment purposes only.
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