Results: Colorado Springs Municipal Election

April 4, 2017
The statewide stay-at-home order lifts on April 26, but Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers says a return to normalcy will come in phases for the city. (Colorado Springs City Hall File Photo)The statewide stay-at-home order lifts on April 26, but Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers says a return to normalcy will come in phases for the city. (Colorado Springs City Hall File Photo) Andrea Chalfin / 91.5 KRCC
The statewide stay-at-home order lifts on April 26, but Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers says a return to normalcy will come in phases for the city. (Colorado Springs City Hall File Photo)

The ballots have been cast and the results are coming in. Numbers indicate a near 32% voter turnout across the city.   Current as of 12:53 AM (Wed):

District 1:

Don Knight (I): 66.80%Greg Basham: 33.20%

District 2:

David Geislinger: 100%

District 3:

Richard Skorman: 57.77%Chuck Fowler: 42.23%

District 4:

Helen Collins (I): 28.19%Yolanda Avila: 40.77%Deborah Hendrix: 31.03%

District 5:

Jill Gaebler (I): 66.33%Lynette Crow-Iverson: 33.67%

District 6:

Melanie Bernhardt: 18.56%Andres (Andy) Pico (I): 52.14%Robert Burns: 12.95%Janak Joshi: 16.34%

Ballot Issue 1 (require a higher percentage of voters to sell any part of Colorado Springs Utilities):

YES: 80.82%NO: 19.18%

Ballot Issue 2 (allow the city to retain a portion of excess tax revenue for stormwater projects):

YES: 65.59%NO: 34.41%

Ballot Issue 3 (allow the city to explore providing internet services):

YES: 60.95%NO: 39.09%

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