Springs Utilities workers unite for municipal election 

Colorado Springs Utilities workers have organized to influence the April 2 city election, and Councilor Tim Leigh — likely not one of their endorsement choices — is crying foul. Utilities' Employee Advocacy Group issued a letter to members recently saying it planned…

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