1893 Ballot for Pitkin County, Colorado, including the women's suffrage question (Equal Suffrage Approved/Not Approved) on the bottom of the ballot. 3 column ballot includes candidates for the People's Party, Pitkin County Citizen's Silver Ticket, and Democratic Ticket. Icons on the ballot include a house scene, an American Flag, and a rooster. The back of the ballot reads: "Official Ballot for Election Precinct No. 3. of Pitkin County, Colo. November 7, A.D. 1893, and is signed by James J. Warnock, the County Clerk of Pitkin County, Colorado." Richard Perry was marked twice on the ballot, possibly leading to it being invalidated.
Candidates on the front of the ballot include: Edward Farrell, Marvin L. Parr, Thomas H. Hayes, Michael C. McNichols, Michael O'R. Hughes, Edward M. Scanlan, Lee Hayes, Andrew J. McCormac, Henry T. West, and Owen Traynor from the People's Party. Richard Perry, Frank M. Yates, James T. Stewart, Walter S. Clark, Charles H. Allen, Edward C. Stimson, Eben C. Babbit, James McMurray, Henry E. Tamm, and Lawrence Andin from the Pitkin County Citizen's Silvert Party. George W. Gladden, Smith Cullom, John T. McCarthy, J. A. Harmon, Charles H. Allen, Uriah Taylor, George Nyce, and A. G. Stitt from the Democratic Party.
The original ballot is very thin and has several holes in it.