For the first time in the state's history, voters had a chance to provide themselves tax relief. Instead, they overwhelmingly rejected Amendment 21.
But south Routt public library plan loses at polls
South Routt voters passed the first school bond in 20 years Tuesday night, while the library proposals on the ballot fell short.
Money would have aided affordable housing
The Steamboat Springs referendum to create an excise tax for affordable housing went down hard Tuesday night.
Routt County voters Tuesday chose to manage their own growing pains and soundly rejected growth control Amendment 24 by 38 percent.
A plan that took years to put together was defeated soundly by voters in the Hayden School District Tuesday.
Voters in the Steamboat Springs Rural Fire Protection District approved a pair of referenda Tuesday night, effectively voting to continue their marriage with the city of Steamboat Springs.
Al White barely defeats Routt rancher Jay Fetcher
Republican Al White of Winter Park narrowly retained the Colorado House District 56 seat for his party Tuesday night, defeating Democrat Jay Fetcher of Routt County with a 326-vote margin out of almost 31,000 ballots cast.
Republican representative wins Senate District 8
Despite losing his home county in a very tight race, state Rep. Jack Taylor of Steamboat Springs will be going back to the state Legislature, this time as a senator.
Doug Monger newest commissioner after defeating Republican John Shaw
Routt County has called on native rancher Doug Monger to fill the position of outgoing County Commissioner Ben Beall.
Florida too close to call
The 2000 presidential race was as tight as many pundits and polls indicated it would be. The outcome now hinges on a recount in Florida, which means America may not know who will be the next president for another day.