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Colorado Springs
Tuesday, January 23, 2018
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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It was fun to pretend that we had a real horse race on our hands, wasn’t it? Even though Mary Lou Makepeace had been outpolled 2-to-1 by John Suthers on April 7, she contested the runoff bravely and tenaciously. Pot for potholes? A peacemaker, not a prosecutor? Rock the Vote? Catchy slogans designed to capture […]
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  It was a cheerful and festive crowd that gathered in the downtown Gold Room on Tuesday night, even before the first results came out in the Colorado Springs mayoral runoff election. At 7:20 p.m., Secretary of State Wayne Williams made the announcement that everyone expected. “John Suthers leads with 67.88 percent of the vote,” […]
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By Jenifer Furda and Carrie Simison After the April 7 election, there was a lot of disappointment, anger and impassioned talk in the young professional community, mostly about the candidates we failed to elect because the global “we” failed to get out and vote. In analyzing city numbers, Luce Research of Colorado Springs found that […]
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