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Adam For Aspen

I am humbled and honored to have done so well in Tuesday’s election. A sincere thank you to all who donated time, money, effort, and most importantly your trust in me. I am excited to continue to serve the community.

-Adam, May 5th, 2015

It has been a true honor to represent all of Aspen for the last four years on City Council. I humbly ask for your vote and support in the upcoming May 5th election.

Aspen has a wonderful history, but I truly believe our community’s best days are ahead of us. Our community needs leaders who believe in this brighter future, not those who want to go back to the past.

I am proud of my track record of implementing goals in a positive and respectful tone so that all members of the community are comfortable engaging in a productive dialogue. Our ability to debate each other in a respectful manner is what makes us a cohesive community.

If re-elected, I will continue to work on furthering our next generation economic vitality, providing a stable and long term funding source for our critical Health and Human Services programs, ensuring that the affordable housing program is sustainable and anticipates the changing needs of workers and retirees for years to come, all while preserving Aspen’s unique small town character.

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About Adam
A little bit about Adam, his awesome family and kids, background etc. Read more about Adam

As we near voting day in this local election season, there has been much discussion on what qualities our next City Council members should possess. I truly believe the most important quality comes down to one word – leadership.

Humbly, I ask for your vote for City Council on May 5th. I promise to work extremely hard for everyone in our community.



Aspen FYI - A fiber optic line was cut at a construction site at Ironbridge - UPDATE ON PHONE SERVICE: Work continues to try to restore telephone service valley wide, however, telephone service (including 911) remains very "spotty." Some cell phone service, even when functional, will not connect with 911 or some land lines.
In case of an EMERGENCY:
1. Dial 911, if you can.
2. If 911 does not work, call 970-309-1158 (which rings a cell phone inside the Pitkin County 911 dispatch center).
3. If you have no telephone service, please try to make your way safely to the nearest police, sheriff or fire station, where there will be people ready to assist you with whatever you need.
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Election Day is May 5, 2015
Mail-in ballots will be sent out starting April 13th. For information on how to register to vote, click the link below.
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