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Only one candidate in the district attorney recall election met Tuesdays deadline for returning signatures. Candidates must have 1,000 valid signatures to be placed on the ballot.Martin Beeson handed in 1,250 signatures Tuesday morning to the Colorado Secretary of States office in Denver.Fellow Republican Chip McCrory did not collect enough signatures to make the cut. He fell short by about 200 votes, he said.The election to recall 9th Judicial District Attorney Colleen Truden is set for Dec. 13.

Voters in Glenwood Springs went to the polls to decide if a 1/2 cent sales tax will be approved to go toward road and street improvements.

For months, both sides of the Referendum C and D issue have campaigned hard. On Tuesday, the votes were counted and the state will either have to adjust to the financial woes they’ve experienced over the last few years or determine out best to use the funds that C and D will free up.

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