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Grand County election results

Sky-Hi News staff report

These results are from the Grand County Elections Office as of 7 p.m. Wednesday. The county is reporting 10,180 votes counted with 11,609 potential active voters. The results will be updated.

County Commissioner — District One
• Richard D. Cimino — 52.4% (4,709 votes)
• Travis Wildeboer — 25.5% (2,290 votes)
• James Newberry — 22.2% (1,994 votes)

County Commissioner — District Two
• Merrit Linke — 57.2% (5,240 votes)
• Shanna Ganne — 42.82% (3,924 votes)

County Treasurer
• Frank DeLay — 57.2% (5,257 votes)
• Teri Tanton — 42.8% (3,931 votes)

Grand County Gallagher stabilization (Issue 1A)
• Yes/for — 49.8% (4,398 votes)
• No/against — 50.1% (4,424 votes)

East Grand School District $1 million mill levy increase (Issue 4A)
• Yes/for — 60.8% (4,584 votes)
• No/against — 39.2% (2,950 votes)

Granby Mayor
• Joshua P. Hardy — 100% (885 votes)

Granby Board of Trustees
(Three seats open)
• Chris Michalowski — 20.7% (527 votes)
• Natascha O’Flaherty — 19.4% (493 votes)
• Kristie DeLay — 24.8% (629 votes)
• Mary (Cathy) Tindle — 14.4% (367 votes)
• Rebecca Quesada — 20.6% (524 votes)

Winter Park marijuana sales (Issue 2B)
• Yes/for — 64.5% (401 votes)
• No/against — 35.5% (221 votes)

Winter Park Gallagher stabilization (Issue 2C)
• Yes/for — 56.5% (334 votes)
• No/against — 43.5% (257 votes)

Fraser Gallagher stabilization (Issue 2D)
• Yes/for — 59.7% (403 votes)
• No/against — 40.3% (272 votes)

Kremmling Gallagher stabilization (Issue 2A)
• Yes/for — 54.9% (423 votes)
• No/against — 45.4% (347 votes)

Kremmling Fire Protection District Gallagher stabilization (Issue 6A)
• Yes/for — 69.6% (1,084 votes)
• No/against — 30.4% (474 votes)

Fraser Valley Metro Recreation District Gallagher stabilization (Issue 6B)
• Yes/for — 53.9% (1,987 votes)
• No/against — 47.1% (1,772 votes)


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