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Not too late to get a ballot for Springs mayoral runoff (and where to drop off ballots)

May 15, 2011
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Tuesday is Election Day in the runoff for Colorado Springs’ first strong mayor, and if you didn’t get a ballot, there’s still time.

Steve Bach, 68, a commercial real estate broker, faces Richard Skorman, 58, a downtown businessman and former city councilman.

Inactive voters who didn’t get a ballot in the mail and who have no changes to their registration can pick up a ballot at the City Clerk’s Office through Tuesday.

Those needing to change registration must do so at an El Paso County Elections office.

Get a ballot

Steve Bach profile

Richard Skorman profile

 

Here's also where you can drop off your ballot:

City Clerk's Office at 30 S. Nevada Ave., Suite 101

Colo. Springs Senior Center at 1514 N. Hancock Ave.

Fire Station No. 8 at 3737 Airport Rd.

Fire Station No. 17 at 3750 Tutt Blvd.

Fire Station No. 19 at 2490 Research Pkwy.

Fire Station No. 20 at 6755 Rangewood Dr.

Gold Hill Police Substation at 955 W. Moreno Ave.

 

 

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