Colorado Springs voters will elect a new mayor on Tuesday in a runoff race featuring former Colorado Attorney General John Suthers and former Colorado Springs mayor Mary Lou Makepeace.
As of late last week, 37% of residents who received ballots have cast their votes. Around 7000 ballots mailed to voters were deemed undeliverable.
All ballots are due by 7 PM Tuesday. Dropoff locations include the City Clerk’s Office in downtown Colorado Springs, Library 21c, and the DMV at Powers and Airport. For a full list of drop-off locations, click here. Didn't receive a ballot? Click here.
Both candidates participated in a debate focusing on issues such as parks, transportation and youth. You can revisit that debate here.
Both Makepeace and Suthers participated in a four-person debate looking at topics such as transportation and regional collaboration during the general election. You can revisit that here.
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