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2018 midterm election voter guide

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On Nov. 6, voters in Carbondale are being asked to weigh in on five local questions as well as 13 state propositions or amendments and a wide array of county, state and federal races. Readers in neighboring jurisdictions have a slightly different — but no less daunting — array of choices.

Garfield County voters can drop off their ballot at Carbondale Town Hall or the Garfield County Courthouse. Eagle County residents have a dropoff at the county building in El Jebel and Pitkin County folks can make for Grace Church in Basalt rather than going all the way up to Aspen.

Here are several stories The Sun has done on various issues and races:

Weiser explains Attorney General role during Carbondale campaign stop

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Carbondale Fire mulls bond, mill levy modification

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State Treasurer candidate on fixing PERA and divesting from gun makers

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Commissioner candidates differ on proposition 112

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An election to decide who runs the elections

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RFTA’s mill levy proposal and what it means for Carbondale

Garfield Libraries, CMC looking to bypass TABOR

 

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