In this off-year election, Colorado Springs voters chose to fund roads and trails, and voted to let the city keep $2.1 million above revenue limits required by law. It was a victory for new Mayor John Suthers. “Our polls a day ago said that we’d win by 30 points,” Suthers said, “so we’re very happy.” […]
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