Ballots for the elections of Craig City Council and mayoral positions were mailed out Monday, though voters are advised to remember one of the candidates included in the list is no longer eligible. Votes for former candidate Bill Johnston, whose name is featured on the ballot, will not be included in the final results.
Voters to choose new mayor, city council members
The Craig Daily Press sat down with each city council candidate and both mayoral candidates separately and asked them each six questions.
On Thursday night, Craig voters got a glimpse at the people who will be serving them in local government, as well as what each of them brings to the table. The seven candidates for Craig City Council and the two candidates for Craig’s mayor convened at the Center of Craig for a forum hosted by the Bear Ears Tea Party Patriots.
During his first appearance in Steamboat Springs since the Nov. 4 election, U.S. Senator-elect Cory Gardner spoke about his road to candidacy and his plans for when in office.
County votes 'no' on pot cultivation
Moffat County’s election office bustled with voters turning in last-minute ballots up until 7 p.m. when the doors closed.
Colorado’s campaign season means lots of ballots in the mail and issues weighing on voters’ minds.
Although states around the nation have passed laws to make abortion illegal, the personhood measure on Colorado’s ballot this November doesn’t completely come from anti-choice support.
Although Colorado’s U.S. Senate race will grip the nation until results come in Tuesday night, it’s the gubernatorial race that many Colorado citizens are gripped by.
One of Colorado’s most contested elections could swing the U.S. Congress majority balance and was dubbed a “race to watch” by The Washington Post.
The election season is in full swing, with ballots being collected by counties across the state on a minute by minute basis. The Craig Daily Press compiled an overview of candidates for State Representative District 57, State Board of Education District 3 and Secretary of State.
In November, Colorado voters will decide how much information both school boards and food labels should provide.
Gardner hit Udall repeatedly on his proximity to the president and Obamacare, but what if the election is about more than that?