• Oct. 10: Ballot issues election forum, 5:30 to 8 p.m. at The Steamboat Grand • Oct. 15 to 19: Ballots mail to all eligible, active voters • Oct. 29: Last day to apply for a ballot to be mailed • Nov. 6: Election Day
• Governor: Jared Polis (D), Walker Stapleton (R) • Secretary of state: Wayne Williams (R), Jena Griswold (D) • Treasurer: Brian Watson (R), Dave Young (D) • Attorney general: Phil Weiser (D), George Brauchler (R) • University of Colorado regent at large: Lesley Smith (D), Ken Montera (R) • University of Colorado regent 3rd Congressional District: Alvin Rivera (D), Glen Gallegos (R) • House of Representatives District 26: Nicki Mills (R), Dylan Roberts (D)
October 18, 2018 — South Routt School District is seeking passage of a new property tax to raise an additional $250,000 per year to attract and retain teachers and staff by offering salaries and wages that are more competitive with neighboring districts.
October 18, 2018 — EAGLE — Democrats are raising more campaign money than Republicans nationwide and regionally for this election cycle. Across the country, data analyzed by OpenSecrets.org's Center for Responsive Politics show that 2018 congressional campaigns will be the most expensive in American history. By Election Day, the
October 18, 2018 — Q. What would be your top three legislative priorities if elected? A. I'm a lifelong resident of Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District and fight hard every day in Washington to put our fellow Coloradans back to work and improve the quality of life in the 3rd
October 18, 2018 — Bio: Routt County has been my home since 1976, when I moved from Saint Paul, Minnesota. Almost immediately, I began working with ranchers and conservationists on land preservation and water issues. I was Routt County's planning commissioner for 10 years, Routt County commissioner for two terms
October 18, 2018 — Bio: Gaylon Kent and his wife, Marian, moved to Steamboat Springs in 2011 before moving to Hayden in 2014. He is a writer and earns a living as a hotel night auditor and also works part time at Walmart. Past occupations include radio announcer, newspaper
October 17, 2018 — The reserves will run out at the end of 2019, and supporters of Referendum 2A say it is again time to increase the Steamboat Springs sales tax in order to support the flight program that incentivizes air carriers to bring direct flights filled with tourists to Yampa Valley Regional Airport.
October 17, 2018 — My core values are rooted in my community, expressed through my collaboration, heard when I communicate and demonstrated by my compassion. I have proven that I will stand up for this community, and I will continue to do so as sheriff. I possess the collaboration
October 17, 2018 — One of my first vivid memories as a young child is that of a tall, fit, dark-haired man sporting a flat-top haircut, sharply-dressed in a Florida State Trooper uniform. He was getting into a shiny, fast car with cool graphics, lights and a siren. The
October 17, 2018 — Bio: I was the luckiest kid in the world because I got to grow up in Routt County. This caring and beautiful community shaped who I am today and taught me the importance of giving back. While in college, I took a semester off to run
October 17, 2018 — Bio: Nicki Mills is a regular person with extraordinary compassion and care for her friends and neighbors. She is not afraid to step into the gaps and get dirty when it comes to serving in her communities. She continues the long tradition passed on from her
October 16, 2018 — STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Several Routt County fire protection districts and Colorado Mountain College are seeking a measure that would allow them to adjust their mill levy rates to accommodate for reductions in property tax revenues within their districts due to the Gallagher Amendment. The college, along
October 16, 2018 — This November, I am asking the citizens of Routt County to re-elect me as a county commissioner. As a fifth-generation native of the Yampa Valley, an attorney and a businesswoman in the telecommunications industry, I have a longterm commitment to our county and an experienced
October 16, 2018 — The oldest of five kids from a working class family, I grew up on a farm in rural Washington. From a young age, I learned the value of a hard day’s work, a strict budget and a strong community. These things are as important to
October 16, 2018 — Bio: Kristin Bantle has a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Montana, a master's degree in psychology and communication from Regis University, as well as an associates in criminal justice from West Shore Community College. Bantle spent five years as a social