On Monday, Colorado cast its nine Electoral College votes for Democrat Hillary Clinton, ending days of drama that included four court hearings, two appeals and the replacement of one faithless elector.
"Nearly three million Coloradans -- more Coloradans than ever before in state history -- cast their ballots this fall. I'm proud that our nine electoral votes went to the ticket that won the most votes," said Secretary of State Wayne Williams.
Although not a legal vote, elector Michael Baca wrote Ohio Gov. John Kasich's name despite taking an oath that he would vote for the candidate who won the presidential election in Colorado. Clinton received 48 percent of Colorado's popular vote to 43 percent for Republican Donald J. Trump. Williams said he would refer the matter to the attorney general. It is a misdemeanor for sworn electors to not perform their duties.
Williams said hundreds gathered inside the state capitol to watch what is a normally low-key and obscure event.
On Dec. 4 Delta County Commissioners Doug Atchley, Mark Roeber and Don Suppes denied the application of Paonia Holdings, LLC for a change of land use for the property at 41322 Highway 133, with an adjacent residence at 41402 Highway 133 and an ancillary property at 16180 Stevens Gulch Road.
The property is owned by Bowie Resources, LLC, and was formerly used as a coal load-out site.