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Colorado Springs City Council election results

David Shankbone

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) -- After polls close at 7 p.m. and the ballots are collected from all of the drop boxes around Colorado Springs, we'll be getting results in the municipal election for six city council district seats and one ballot measure Tuesday evening.

City Council races as of 11:55 p.m.

District 1:
Jim Mason - 2,971
Michael Seeger - 1,399
Glenn Carlson - 5,518
Dave Donelson - 9,129

District 2:
Jay Inman - 2,530
David Noblitt - 2,108
Dave Geisliner - 4,786
Randy Helms - 5,651

District 3:
Henry McCall - 608
Richard Skorman - 9,580
Arthur Glynn - 3,052
Olivia Lupia - 2,846

District 4:
Regina English - 2,175
Yolanda L. Avila - 3,478

District 5:
Nancy Henjum - 5,666
Matt Zelenok - 2,060
Karlie Van Arnam - 1,918
Justin James-Fletcher Hermes - 1,745
Mary Elizabeth Fabian - 3,878

District 6:
Garfield Johnson - 3,987
Mike O'Malley - 6,394

Ballot Issue 1: Shall Section 7-90 (c) of the Charter of the City of Colorado Springs be amended to allow ballot titles for tax or bonded debt increases to exceed thirty (30) words?
Yes - 53,886
No - 27,877

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3 Comments

  1. So many returning incumbents. And with approximately 1/4 of the populace that voted. One would think that trust is lost amongst the people and because of this, we get to keep more of the same from the last 4 years. Complacency at work, plain and simple.

    1. Correct! The pathetic proportion of people who voted indicates that the majority of the eligible voters just don’t care about the city council.

  2. A vote for Tweedle Dee or Tweedle Dum just makes you a ColoFornia Springs Dum Dum.

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