Pagosa Country voters cast their ballots

Archuleta County ballots in the Nov. 5 election have been counted, with the following results.

In the race for a seat on the Archuleta County School District 50JT Board of Education, representing District 1 Brooks Lindner  tallied 1887 votes,  Timothy Taylor received  1242 votes.

Bruce Dryburgh won the race for a seat on the District 50JT school board, District 5, defeating William Hooton  1677-1443

County voters made decisions concerning the following issues:

• State of Colorado Amendment 66: 1002 Yes, 2898 No

• Proposition AA: 2121 Yes, 1660 No

• Upper Pine Fire Protection District Ballot Question 4A: 7 Yes, 4 No

• Colorado’s Timber Ridge metro district Referred Issue 5A: 50 Yes, 10 No

• Bayfield School District board of directors;

Two-year term: Carol Blatnick 5,  Judy Spady 5

Four-year term: Timothy Stumpf won with 7 votes.

For statewide results see this week’s SUN.


This story was posted on November 5, 2013.

4 Responses to Pagosa Country voters cast their ballots

  1. Sense of Reason

    November 6, 2013 at 12:16 am

    Great vote, Pagosa. Two to one you vote not to fund education while upping the tax on folks who choose to use marijuana. I’ll bet you’re decisions are less than genius!

  2. Stupid, stupid, stupid

    November 6, 2013 at 7:01 am

    And mediocrity wins! Good job Pagosa! Congratulations to the Pitcher family, I mean Brooks Linder. You now have a platform to push your agenda!!!

  3. ajpagosa

    November 8, 2013 at 7:34 am

    Thank goodness the voters shot this one down (66). At some point you have to stop thinking the solution to every problem is throwing bigger and bigger piles of other peoples money at it.

  4. Two can play

    November 8, 2013 at 1:13 pm

    Did your mamma name you that?