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Election 2023

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The election is Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2023. Use this page to learn about the candidates, the ballot issues, how and where to vote and live results on Election Day.


Ballots will be mailed out the week of Oct. 16.

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Register to vote or check your registration at  or in person at an Eagle þȾƷƵapp Clerk and Recorder’s office, or at

Contact the Eagle þȾƷƵapp Clerk & Recorder’s office for more information.

Ballots may be cast by mail, at drop-off locations or in person at a Voter Service and Polling Center location (see below for locations).

You can track your ballot at .

All eligible, registered voters will receive a ballot in the mail. Ballots must be received by 7 p.m. Election Day. Postmarks do not count.

24-Hour Ballot Drop Box Locations

Avon Clerk and Recorder’s Office – 100 W. Beaver Creek Blvd., Avon
Eagle Clerk and Recorder’s Office – 500 Broadway, Eagle
El Jebel Clerk and Recorder’s Office – 20 Eagle þȾƷƵapp Drive, El Jebel
Town of Basalt Municipal Building – 101 Midland Ave., Basalt
Town of Gypsum Municipal Building – 50 Lundgren Blvd., Gypsum
Town of Vail Municipal Building – 75 S Frontage Road W, Vail
Mountain Recreation Field House – 450 Miller Ranch Road, Edwards

Voting Centers

Oct. 30 – Nov. 6 hours vary
7 a.m. – 7 p.m., Nov. 7

Eagle Clerk and Recorder’s Office – 500 Broadway, Eagle
8 a.m. – 5 p.m., weekdays Oct. 30 – Nov. 6
9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 4

Town of Avon Municipal Building – 100 Mikaela Way, Avon
8 a.m. – 5 p.m., weekdays Oct. 30 – Nov. 6
9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 4

El Jebel Clerk and Recorder’s Office – 20 Eagle þȾƷƵapp Drive, El Jebel
8 a.m. – 5 p.m., weekdays Oct. 30 – Nov. 6
9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 4

The Grand View – Atop the Lionshead Parking Structure, 395 S. Frontage Rd W, Vail
8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Thursday Nov. 2 and Friday Nov. 3
9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 4
8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday, Nov. 6

Town of Eagle

Council Member (vote for not more than three)

Town of Vail

Council Members at-large (vote for four)

Eagle þȾƷƵapp School District RE 50J

Board of Directors – District A (vote for one)

  • Kelly Alter | Q&A

Board of Directors – District C (vote for one)

  • Harry McQueeney | Q&A

Board of Directors – District D (vote for one)

  • Lucila Tvarkunas | Q&A

Board of Directors – District E (vote for one)

  • Juan Peña | Q&A

Roaring Fork School District RE-1

Board of Directors – District B (vote for one)

  • Alan Kokish
  • Elizabeth “Betsy” After

Board of Directors – District C (vote for one)

  • Phillip Bogart
  • Lindsay DeFrates

Board of Directors – District D (vote for one)

  • Jasmin Ramirez

West Grand School District 1-Jt

Board of Directors (vote for two)

  • Dalene Harthun
  • Christine M. Travis
  • Amy Cordova
  • Bryon Charles Colvin

*All votes for Byron Charles Colvin will go towards Bryon Charles Colvin.

Colorado Mountain College

Board of Trustees – District 2

  • Marianne Virgili
  • David Use

Board of Trustees – District 4

  • Kerry Buhler

Board of Trustees – District 5

  • Bob Kuusinen

Board of Trustees – District 6

  • Gloria Perez

Eagle þȾƷƵapp Ballot Issue 1A: Retain Excess 2023 Lodging Tax Revenue to Support Local Workforce

Without imposing new taxes or increasing the rate of any existing tax, may Eagle þȾƷƵapp retain and spend all 2023 revenues derived from the two percent (2%) lodging excise tax on short-term rentals as originally approved by the voters on November 8, 2022, with all such retained revenue use for the same purposes of supporting our local workforce and quality of life by providing additional childcare programs and affordable housing opportunities for local workers?

Town of Avon Ballot Issue 2A: Use Tax on Construction Materials

Shall town of Avon taxes be increased six million dollars ($6,000,000.00) annually in 2024, and by whatever additional amounts are raised annually thereafter, by the imposition of a four percent (4%) use tax on the privilege of using or consuming in the town any construction materials, such use tax revenues to be appropriated and spent for any municipal purpose, in accordance with such terms, conditions and policies as may be adopted by the Avon Town Council, all in accordance with ordinance no. 23-04 adopted by the town council; and shall the revenues collected from such tax and any earnings from the investment of such revenues be collected and spent as a voter approved revenue change and an exception to the limits which would otherwise apply under Article X Section 20 of the Colorado Constitution or any other law?

Eagle þȾƷƵapp School District RE 50J Ballot Issue No. 5A

Shall Eagle þȾƷƵapp School District RE 50J taxes be increased $3.5 million in 2024 and by such amounts as generated annually thereafter by imposition of a mill levy which generates revenue, together with revenues produced by previous voter authorized tax increases, is not greater than 25% of the district’s total program funding plus supplemental cost of living adjustment for education purposes including but not limited to:

  • Attracting and retaining quality teachers and staff;
  • Enhancing safety and security for schools and classrooms;
  • Providing support services like mental health counseling;
  • Maintaining programs like art, music, technology, and physical education;

Provided that no revenue shall be utilized for senior district administration and the district will be subject to an annual independent audit published on the district’s website; and shall such tax increase to be an additional property tax mill levy pursuant to, and in accordance with section 22-54-108, C.R.S., in excess of the levy authorized for the district’s general fund; and shall the district be authorized to collect, retain and spend all revenues from such taxes and the earnings from the investment of such revenues as voter approved revenue change under Article X, Section 20 of the Colorado Constitution?

Eagle þȾƷƵapp School District RE 50J Ballot Issue 5B

Without imposing any new tax, shall Eagle þȾƷƵapp School District RE 50J dept be increased $100 million, with a maximum total repayment cost of not more than $195 million for the purposes of:

  • Constructing employee housing
  • Enhancing safety and security of schools and classroom environments
  • Expanding early childhood education and care services by building the Gypsum Early Learning Center and expanding the Edwards Early Learning Center
  • Addressing crucial school repairs including roof and HVAC replacements and
  • Updating playgrounds, gyms, locker rooms and athletic facilities

And for acquiring, constructing or improving any capital assets that the district is authorized by law to own; and shall the taxes authorized at the district’s bond elections in 2006 and 2016 be extended and authorized to be used to pay the debt authorized at this election in addition to the debt authorized at such prior elections; and shall the district be subject to an annual independent audit published on the district’s website and expenditures will be subject to review by a board appointed citizens oversight committee?

Basalt and Rural Fire Protection District Ballot Issue 7A

Shall Basalt and Rural Fire Protection District debt be increased $26 million, with a repayment cost of up to $42 million, and shall district taxes be increased $2.1 million annually to pay such debt, such debt to be used for capital þȾƷƵapp of the district including:

  • Expansion, renovation and modernization of fire station 42 in El Jebel, including adding crew quarters to allow additional 24 hour staffing and response capability, and adding training and maintenance facilities and employee housing;

Such debt to be evidenced by the issuance of general obligation bonds or any other multiple year financial obligation of the district; such bonds to be sold in one series or more, for a price above or below the principal amount of such series, on terms and conditions, and with such maturities as permitted by law and as the district may determine, including provisions for redemption of the bonds prior to maturity with or without payment of the premium of not to exceed three percent; and shall such tax revenues and the earnings from the investment of such bond proceeds and tax revenues be collected, retained and spent as a voter approved revenue change under Article X, Section 20 of the Colorado Constitution or any other law?

State Ballot Measures

Proposition HH
Shall the state reduce property taxes for homes and businesses, including expanding property tax relief for seniors, and backfill counties, water districts, fire districts, ambulance and hospital districts, and other local governments and fund school districts by using a portion of the state surplus up to the proposition HH cap as defined in this measure?

Proposition II
Without raising taxes, may the state retain and spend revenues from taxes on cigarettes, tobacco, and other nicotine products and maintain tax rates on cigarettes, tobacco, and other nicotine products and use these revenues to invest twenty-three million six hundred fifty thousand dollars to enhance the voluntary Colorado preschool program and make it widely available for free instead of reducing these tax rates and refunding revenues to cigarette wholesalers, tobacco product distributors, nicotine products distributors, and other taxpayers, for exceeding an estimate included in the ballot information booklet for proposition EE?