Town Of Telluride: Teddy Errico Elected To Serve As Mayor!

With a final ballot count in, the Town of Telluride has elected Teddy Errico as Mayor for a four-year term. Errico led by 10 points after the final count, with 496 votes of 1,113 votes cast.

For more information about the election results, please contact Town Clerk Tiffany Kavanaugh at

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On Tuesday, November 7, the San Miguel County Clerk and Recorders Office deemed the mayoral race too close to call, with 1,106 votes counted, Teddy Errico led with 491 votes, while J Meehan Fee closely trailed with 484 votes.

The newly elected Mayor will join existing council members Jessie Rae Arguelles, Dan Enright, Meehan Fee, and Geneva Shaunette and newly elected council members Elena Levin and Ashley Story Von Spreecken.

The Mayoral official election results are as follows in the order listed on the ballot:

• Jessie Rae Arguelles: 131
• Teddy Errico: 496
• J. Meehan Fee: 486

The newly elected Mayor and members of Town Council will be sworn in on Tuesday, November 28 at the regular meeting of Telluride Town Council. A new Mayor Pro Tem will be appointed by council members at that meeting as well.

According to the San Miguel County Clerk and Recorder, of the 2,033 Telluride ballots issued, 1,138 ballots were cast by mail or in-person resulting in a 55.98 percent voter turnout.

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