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2021 election info and results for Pitkin, Eagle, and Garfield counties

Pitkin County vote location November 2021
Eleanor Bennett
Aspen Public Radio
The Pitkin County administration complex on Nov. 1, 2021. PitCo voters can cast their ballots in person at this location at 530 East Main Street in Aspen until 7 p.m. on Nov. 2, 2021.

Ballots have been counted and the unofficial election results are in for Pitkin, Eagle and Garfield counties.

Listen for a recap of Aspen Public Radio's local and statewide election coverage.

Election results by county:

Pitkin County results

Eagle County results

Garfield County results

Colorado results

More information about the election:

Pitkin County's website;

Eagle County's website;

Garfield County's website; and

the Colorado Secretary of State's website.

More coverage of the election results:

Gieszl, Weiss, Zimet land seats on Aspen Board of Education, The Aspen Times

Roaring Fork School District Mill Levy Override passes, Glenwood Springs Post Independent

Teitler, Kuhlenberg on track to secure Roaring Fork School District Board of Education seats, Glenwood Springs Post Independent

Aspen 2A: Ballot question on track to pass, more funding for arts community from Wheeler RETT, The Aspen Times

Aspen 2B: Land swap question on Shadow Mountain goes in a landslide, The Aspen Times

Basalt 3A: Voters say yes to property tax extension for downtown projects, affordable housing, The Aspen Times

Amendment 78: Colorado voters poised to reject giving lawmakers more oversight on spending, The Colorado Sun

Proposition 120, which seeks to cut some Colorado property taxes, is headed toward defeat, The Colorado Sun

2021 election coverage archive, The Aspen Times