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Interactive map shows voter turnout so far for 2023 Colorado Springs General Municipal Election


COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) -- Leading up to the April 4 election, residents can use a city tool to show the voter turnout for the 2023 Colorado Springs General Municipal Election.

As of Tuesday, March 27, more than 39,000 ballots have been turned in. Election ballots went out on March 10. According to the city, there are 311,616 registered voters in city limits.

Most of the votes so far come from District One, with 15.6% ballots back so far. District 4, on the southeast side of the city, only has 7.3% of ballots returned.

See the interactive voter turnout map here.

All ballots must be received at the elections office or a drop box by April 4 at 7 p.m.

There are many different ways you can vote. You can mail it, bring it to the elections office in person, or drop it off at one of 26 drop box locations.

For more information on the general municipal election, click here for KRDO's voter guide.

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