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Election 2022

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022, and Sky-Hi’s election page is here to help you learn about this year’s candidates and ballot issues. Scroll down to find information about how and where to vote as well.

The candidates

Local offices


Granby Board of Trustees — four seats available

  • Sharon K. Silva
  • Seth Stern
  • Nancy Healy
  • Deborah J. K. Shaw
  • Jeffery W. Sneddon
  • Stefan Haberer
  • Daniela Gosselova
  • Jason Wilson
  • Mike Mahoney

County offices


Grand County Commissioner – District 3

  • Steven (Steve) Skinner (D)
  • Randy George (R)

Grand County Clerk and Recorder

  • Abby Loberg (D)
  • Jolene Stetson Linke (R)

Grand County Treasurer

  • No candidates — write-in only

Grand County Assessor

  • Tom Weydert (R)

Grand County Sheriff

  • Brett Schroetlin (R)

Grand County Surveyor

  • Warren Dale Ward (R)

Grand County Coroner

  • Tawnya Bailey (R)

State offices


State Representative – District 13

  • David Buckley (R)
  • Julie McCluskie (D)

State Senator – District 8

  • Dylan Roberts (D)
  • Matt Solomon (R)

Governor/Lieutenant Governor

  • Heidi Ganahl/Danny Moore (R)
  • Jared Polis/Dianne Primavera (D)
  • Paul Noel Fiorino/Cynthia Munhos de Aquino Sirianni (Unity)
  • Danielle Neuschwanger/Darryl Gibbs (American Constitution)
  • Kevin Ruskusky/Michele Poague (Libertarian)

Secretary of State

  • Pam Anderson (R)
  • Jena Griswold (D)
  • Gary Swing (Unity)
  • Jan Kok (Approval Voting)
  • Amanda Campbell (American Constitution)
  • Bennett Rutledge (Libertarian)

State Treasurer

  • Dave Young (D)
  • Lang Sias (R)
  • Anthony J. Delgado (Libertarian)

Attorney General

  • John Kellner (R)
  • Phil Weiser (D)
  • William F. Robinson III (Libertarian)

State Board of Education Member – At large

  • Kathy Plomer (D)
  • Dan Maloit (R)
  • Ryan Van Gundy (Libertarian)
  • Eric Bodenstab (Unity)

Federal offices


United States Senator

  • Michael Bennet (D)
  • Joe O’Dea (R)
  • T.J. Cole (Unity)
  • Brian Peotter (Libertarian)
  • Frank Atwood (Approval Voting)

Representative to the 118th United States Congress – District 2

  • Joe Neguse (D)
  • Marshall Dawson (R)
  • Gary L. Nation (American Constitution)
  • Tim Wolf (Unity)
  • Steve Yurash (Center)

The issues

Local ballot measures

Ballot Issue 6A

The Fraser River Housing Partnership looks to increase property taxes in its area by a mill levy of 2.00 mills, or about $5.64 per month on a $500,000 property. The money would help address the shortage of affordable housing by building and buying housing throughout the area.

The partnership’s area includes Granby, Tabernash, Fraser, Winter Park and parts of unincorporated Grand County.


Marijuana retail legalization in the Town of Grand Lake

Three questions about legalizing retail marijuana sales will be on Grand Lake ballots this year. The first two, Issues 2A and 2B, deal with an excise tax of up to 15% on retail and medical marijuana sales, respectively. 

The third, Question 2C, asks voters if the town can allow the operation of marijuana businesses in Grand Lake limits and allow the board of trustees to implement regulations. The Grand Lake board has already begun discussing regulations, including starting the excise tax at 10% and restricting where marijuana shops could open, among other things.

State ballot measures

  • Amendment D: New 23rd Judicial District Judge
  • Amendment E: Extend Homestead Exemption to Gold Star Spouses
  • Amendment F: Changes to Charitable Gaming Operations
  • Proposition FF: Healthy School Meals for All
  • Proposition GG: Add Tax Information Table to Petitions and Ballots
  • Proposition 121: State Income Tax Rate Reduction
  • Proposition 122: Access to Natural Psychedelic Substances
  • Proposition 123: Dedicate Revenue for Affordable Housing Programs
  • Proposition 124: Increase Allowable Liquor Store Locations
  • Proposition 125: Allow Grocery and Convenience Stores to Sell Wine
  • Proposition 126: Third-Party Delivery of Alcohol Beverages

Judges up for retention

Visit judicialperformance.colorado.gov to view more information on each judge.

State Court of Appeals judges

  • Judge Jaclyn Casey Brown
  • Judge Terry Fox
  • Judge Christina Finzel Gomez
  • Judge Matthew D. Grove
  • Judge Sueanna P. Johnson
  • Judge Lino S. Lipinsky de Orlov
  • Judge Neeti V. Pawar
  • Judge David H. Yun

14th Judicial District judges

  • Judge Mary C. Hoak

Grand County Court judges

  • Judge Nicholas Catanzarite

How and where to vote

Register to vote or check your registration at govotecolorado.com or at the Grand County Clerk and Recorder’s Office.

Cast your ballot by mailing it in or dropping it off at a location listed below, then track your ballot at coloradoballottrax.com.

All eligible and registered voters will receive a ballot in the mail, and they must be received by 7 p.m. on Nov. 8, 2022. Drop boxes close at 7 p.m. as well.

Drop-off locations

  • Hot Sulphur Springs: Grand County Administration Building, 308 Byers Avenue
  • Kremmling: CSU Extension Hall, 210 11th Street
  • Grand Lake: Grand Lake Town Hall, 1026 Park Avenue
  • Granby: Granby Town Hall, Zero Jasper Avenue
  • Fraser/Winter Park: Grand Park Community Recreation Center, 1 Main Street, Fraser

Polling places

Vote in-person at one of the Voter Service and Polling Center locations

Grand County Administration Building
308 Byers Avenue, Hot Sulphur Springs, CO 80451
Monday through Friday (Oct. 24 – Nov. 7) 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday, (Oct. 29 & Nov. 5) 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 8 (Election Day) 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Granby Town Hall
Zero Jasper Avenue, Granby, CO 80446
Tuesday, Nov. 8 (Election Day) 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Grand Park Community Recreation Center
1 Main Street, Fraser, CO 80442
Tuesday, Nov. 8 (Election Day) 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. 


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