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They’re certainly not as sexy as presidential elections, but the truth is, local elections provide the greatest opportunity for your vote to make an impact. Instead of being one in 160 million, your voice and choice are amplified; it’s one among several thousand. The city of Colorado Springs…

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The 2021 city election ballots are to be mailed today, March 12. Voters will decide six of nine seats on City Council and vote on a charter amendment that would allow ballot measures to exceed 30 words.

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They’re certainly not as sexy as presidential elections, but the truth is, local elections provide the greatest opportunity for your vote to make an impact. Instead of being one in 160 million, your voice and choice are amplified; it’s one among several thousand. The city of Colorado Springs…

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How much stock do voters place in endorsements? It's a good question with varied answers. While some endorsements bring lots of cash, others might bestow prestige, such as when one comes from previously elected officials or a highly respected community leader.

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The Housing & Building Association of Colorado Springs, one of the most politically powerful organizations in local matters, issued endorsements in the City Council race that will be decided in the April 6 city election.

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This blog has been updated throughout with new filings for the most recent campaign finance reporting period ending Feb. 10. Reports were due at midnight Feb. 15.

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Colorado Springs voters are likely to have a choice of City Council candidates in all six districts in the April 6 election.

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Colorado voters rejected ballot measures Amendment 78 and Propositions 119 and 120, according to unofficial results from the Secretary of State’s office. In local school board races, conservative candidates who ran on issues related to COVID-19 precautions and opposition to critical race the…

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On Nov. 2, El Paso County will conduct the coordinated election at which voters will decide state measures, local Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR) questions, debt measures and school board candidates.

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From the mundane to the critical, we make choices every day. And come Nov. 2, many reading this will have the opportunity to make some choices of their own, for Election Day is right around the corner.

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The Colorado Springs Municipal Election will be held April 6, and voters should have received their mail-in ballot by now. See csindy.com/news/elections for up-to-date election news, full endorsements and recordings of our endorsement interviews with candidates. 

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The 2021 city election ballots are to be mailed today, March 12. Voters will decide six of nine seats on City Council and vote on a charter amendment that would allow ballot measures to exceed 30 words.