2019 Election Results

Ballot drop boxes designed to save voters time and money have been placed outside the courthouse in Meeker and inside the west entrance to Rangely Town Hall. Niki Turner photo

RBC | In early voting results, with 27% of ballots returned and counted as of 9 p.m. Tuesday, Rio Blanco County voters have voiced a resounding “no” to Proposition CC (78.5% against) and approved Proposition DD by 65.5%.

In local races, Sarah Hume Nielsen and Todd Low are leading the Rangely School Board race with 39 and 27%.

Meeker residents are divided on continuing public water fluoridation 54 to 46%.

And Rangely District Hospital’s request for additional mill levy funding is leading with 61% of the votes thus far.

We’ll report on final, unconfirmed vote totals tomorrow afternoon and in the Nov. 7 edition of the Herald Times.

 

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