Presidential Electors:
HILLARY CLINTON/TIM KAINE

United States Senator:
MICHAEL BENNET

US Congress, District 3:
GAIL SCHWARTZ

State Bd of Ed, CD3:
CHRISTINE PACHECO-KOVELESKI

Regent, Univ of CO At Large:
ALICE MADDEN

State Representative, District 61:
MILLIE HAMNER

District Attorney, 9th J.D.:
SHERRY CALOIA

County Commissioner, District 3:
GREG POSCHMAN

County Commissioner, District 4:
STEVE CHILD

County Commissioner, District 5:
GEORGE NEWMAN



AMENDMENTS & PROPOSITIONS



1A. Open Space and Trails Funding Reauthorization: Yes/For

2A. Snowmass tax support for Aspen School District: Yes/For

2B. Local control of broadband in Aspen: Yes/For

2C. Council approves City Manager’s choice of Community Development Director and Chief of Police: No recommendation

2D. Extend existing 0.3% sales tax for schools: Yes/For

2E. Wheeler RETT: Yes/For

T. Remove “slavery” language from state Constitution: Yes/For

U. Eliminate tax collection on federal land usage under $6k market value: No/Against

69. ColoradoCare: No recommendation

70. Raise minimum wage: Yes/For

71. Raise bar on ballot access and constitutional amendments: No/Against

72. Increase cigarette tax: Yes/For

106. Colorado End-of-Life Options Act: Yes/For

107. Unaffiliated can vote in party primaries: No/Against

108. Parties opt out of primary, select by assembly: No/Against

2F, 2G, 2H, 4A, 5A: Favor but no recommendation

2I. Basalt broadband: Yes/For