Incumbent Jeanie Peters is running unopposed for the at-large seat on the Salida Board of Education.
The League of Women Voters of Chaffee County announced it will distribute its 2021 Pro & Con Ballot Issues pamphlets in early October to local libraries, public offices and numerous businesses.
Since the 2020 election, Chaffee County has received two requests to review its election video files, but has not yet been able to provide those files. After a broken machine prevented viewing of the files, the county has been unable to release any of the video recordings, which the Colorado…
Under new preliminary Colorado legislative maps presented to the Colorado Independent Legislative Redistricting Commission Tuesday, Chaffee County would be shifted into revamped districts for both state and federal representation.
Chaffee County Clerk and Recorder Lori Mitchell announced in a press release Wednesday that in addition to an inoperable digital video recorder, or DVR the device may have ceased capturing files for a portion of the scheduled surveillance period during the 2020 election.
Governor Jared Polis released a statement on the results of the 2020 presidential election recently, congratulating President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.
Election judge Jim LiVecchi waits to assist people casting ballots Tuesday morning outside of the Chaffee County Courthouse. Livecchi said the flow of voters had been “consistent” and that they had been “busy all day” at the polls.
The second time was the charm for a measure allowing businesses to sell retail marijuana in Buena Vista, as unofficial results from the Nov. 3 election show that ballot question 2B was approved by voters.
Democratic Chaffee County Commissioner Keith Baker has both collected and spent the most money, in his run for re-election, more than twice as much as his Republican opponent, Hannah Hannah, in the District 1 race.
Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold announced Tuesday her office is expanding efforts to combat foreign influence operations leading up to the November General Election.
Bonnie Davis, Libertarian candidate for Chaffee County Commissioner Dist. 1, said growing up in small towns and third world countries taught her a great deal about tolerance and empathy for all people.
Hannah Hannah, Republican candidate for Chaffee County Commissioner Dist. 1, said that growing up with her varied background taught her how to build relationships with all different types of demographics.
Keith Baker, incumbent Democratic candidate for Chaffee County Commissioner Dist. 1, said there are three things he strives for as county commissioner; building community, preserving heritage and preparing for the future.
Coloradans will have plenty of choices on their national ballots, with 24 pairs running for president and vice president, eight candidates for U.S. Senator and four candidates for Colorado’s 5th congressional district, among others.
Chaffee County commissioner candidate Hannah Hannah has two Internal Revenue Service tax liens against her, one from 2006-2007 for $35,959.31 and another from 2010-2011 for $30,266.78.
Chaffee County Commissioner Greg Felt is running unopposed for his county seat this November, and he said that has really allowed him to rethink how to campaign this time around.