If Let Us Vote COS is experiencing success or failure, nobody will know it until Dec. 15, when the group turns in its signatures to the Colorado Springs City Clerk's office.
As has been the case all along, group leader Steve Wind refuses to release any information concerning his totals.
"I’m not going to answer that question until we’re ready to turn them in to the City Clerk," Wind said today in a phone conversation. "No hesitation, just that it’s my information, and we’re going to keep it confidential."
When asked to respond to theories that a lack of information means low collection totals, WInd bristles.
"No, that’s not the case, OK? I don’t want it to be one way or the other. It’s just that it’s confidential until we turn the signatures in to the City Clerk," he said. "I hope you don’t make something of it that it’s not."
Asked if he would be releasing his fundraising totals, Wind replied, "Absolutely not."
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