2023 Coordinated Election
November 7, 2023
What’s on the ballot? Candidates for town councils, school boards, and important ballot questions.
Run for something! Become informed!
Run for Something!
The following boards and councils have elections this November for open seats. Follow the links for more information.
Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees
Four positions on the Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees will be eligible for qualified candidates to run for election this November. For more information on candidate eligibility, requirements, and deadlines, visit this CMC website page.
Eagle County School District Board of Education - 2023 is an election year for four Director seats on the Eagle County School District Board of Education. For more information, contact Missy Gerard at 970-328-4804 or by email at email@example.com.
West Grand School District Board of Education - visit this website for contact information.
Vail Town Council – Voters will select four Town Council members who will join the remaining three members whose terms will expire in two years. For more information on candidate eligibility, requirements, and deadlines, visit this Town of Vail website page.
Eagle Town Council – Town of Eagle voters will be selecting three Council Member positions for four year terms. For more information on candidate eligibility, requirements, and deadlines, contact Jenny Rakow, Town Clerk at 970-328-9623 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ballot Questions – Become Informed! Vote Smart!
Depending on where in Eagle County you live, the November ballot will include two or more of the following questions.
STATEWIDE – These two ballot questions will be on all the November 2023 Coordinated Election ballots in Colorado. ballots.
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?
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?
Town of Avon
One ballot question - language to come. For more information, visit the Vail Daily story at this link.
The Basalt and Rural Fire Department
Not yet confirmed – one ballot question. For more information, visit the Aspen Daily News story at this link.