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2023 Coordinated Election

Election Day: Tuesday, November 7, 2023

Ballots Mailed: Monday, October 16 

Voters in Eagle County will vote for members of the Eagle County and Roaring Fork School Boards and multiple ballot initiatives. Vail and Eagle are are also holding elections for town council members. Stay tuned for more details and subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date. You can view a composite ballot here, keeping in mind that not all races or propositions will appear on your specific ballot.





Please note these important dates:

Monday, October 16, 2023: Ballots Mailed to Voters. Drop boxes open.

Monday, October 30, 2023: Last day to submit an application to register to vote through the mail to receive a mail ballot for the Coordinated Election. Voter Services Centers begin to open.

Tuesday, November 7, 2023: Coordinated Election (Polls open 7:00am to 7:00pm. First Tuesday in November). All ballots must be in the hands of the county clerk by 7:00pm on election day in order to be counted. Ballots cast by military and overseas voters must be sent no later than 7:00pm on election day and received by the close of business on the 8th day after the election.



The Eagle County Democrats do not endorse candidates in non-partisan elections and encourage all voters to do their own research when deciding who to vote for. We suggest voters take a look at the following candidates when considering who to vote for.

Candidates for Eagle County School Board RE 50J (*indicates incumbent)

  • District A: Kelly Alter*

  • District C: Harry McQueeney

  • District D: Lucila Tvarkunas*

  • District E: Juan Peña*

Candidates for Roaring Fork School Board RE-1

  • District B: Elizabeth "Betsy" After

  • District C: Lindsay DeFdates

  • District D: Jasmin Ramirez*

Colorado Mountain College Board of Trustees

  • District 2: Marianne Virgili*

  • District 4: Kerry Buhler

  • District 5: Bob Kuusinen*

  • District 6: Gloria Perez


Eagle Town Council

  • Brian Woods

Vail Town Council

Watch the Vail Town Council Candidate Forum on YouTube >>


There will be a number of oppositions for voters to consider at the state, county, and local level on the ballot. Stay tuned for the Eagle County Democrats positions on these initiatives. In the meanwhile you can read the Colorado Blue Book, which gives an overview of the state-level propositions, including arguments for and against.

Proposition HH is a question referred to the voters by the state legislature through Senate Bill 23-303, a bill that proposes to reduce property taxes and allow the state to retain and spend excess state revenue. Voter approval is required to allow the state to retain and spend the excess state revenue.

Proposition II is a question referred to the voters by the state legislature through House Bill 23-1290. Because an estimate of revenue from nicotine taxes provided in a prior ballot information booklet was exceeded, the state is asking for voter approval to retain and spend state revenue that would otherwise need to be refunded and to maintain tax rates on nicotine products that would otherwise need to be decreased. 

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