2018 elections Unofficial results are in for Carbondale and Basalt elections By Wyatt Orme • Apr 3, 2018 Aspen Public Radio Carbondale’s Mayor Dan Richardson will continue for four more years, as will current trustees Erica Sparhawk, Heather Henry and Luis Yllanes. Lani Kitching will join the town’s Board of Trustees for a two-year term. Basalt council candidate meet and greet Tuesday By Elizabeth Stewart-Severy • Feb 19, 2018 Courtesy of Jesse Wey Voters in Basalt can meet their town council candidates Tuesday evening. Rep. Jared Polis visits Aspen as governor-hopeful By Wyatt Orme • Jan 3, 2018 Jared Polis Congressman Jared Polis is hoping to become Colorado’s next governor and will be in Aspen on Saturday at an event hosted by Pitkin County Democrats. The Reporter Two-Way: Aspen asks voters about financing land in Woody Creek By Elizabeth Stewart-Severy • Oct 30, 2017 Elizabeth Stewart-Severy / Aspen Public Radio Voters in Aspen will see a bond measure, Issue 2C, on this fall's ballot. If approved, it would provide funding to buy property in Woody Creek that the city hopes to use as a reservoir someday. Donna Lynne formally launches gubernatorial campaign By Bente Birkeland • Sep 8, 2017 Colorado’s Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne has formally kicked off her campaign to run for Governor. She joins a crowded Democratic primary race.