DON’T FORGET THAT 61 CENTS POSTAGE IS REQUIRED ON YOUR RETURN BALLOT
Aspen voters will tell City Hall how they feel about continuing to use the IRV method for municipal elected office, which was used for the first time in May.
Whether or not you liked the outcome, you probably have views on the methodology. Did you understand it? Do you know whether yours was one of the 17% of the ballots not counted in the Council race runoff?
This site will be used to collect information and opinions regarding IRV and the upcoming advisory vote in November’s mail in ballot election. DON’T FORGET THAT 61 CENTS POSTAGE IS REQUIRED ON YOUR RETURN BALLOT. (that information is not on the ballot.)
October 14th Aspen Times has two columns expressing views on IRV. Please share your opinions. We encourage you to identify yourself and avoid screen names which can lead to irresponsible on line comments, which will be deleted. We’re happy for spirited, even controversial discussions. But we will insist that the comments remain on topic and avoid personal attacks.
Andy Stone: A Stone's Throw
My uncle Irv messed up Aspen's elections
Feel free to post comments, as I've posted mine below.
The Red Ant information below has all the data on the litigation Andy references:
Su Lum: Slumming
Time for November election endorsements
The Aspen Times
Aspen, CO Colorado
Feel free to post your comments (with your name please) below as I've posted mine.
You Tube IRV!
Don't feel that you know enough about IRV? See some of these just produced videos, which are actually totally fun to watch.See entry on IRV YouTube below.