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Colorado Springs School District 11 employee Jeff Palmer delivers yard signs in the Patty Jewett neighborhood Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017, encouraging voters to pass the ballot issue 3E mill levy override in November. Palmer and other employees volunteered after school to deliver signs and visit voters door-to-door. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
stormwater vote
FILE - Jon Bowman, left, and his brother Matt Bowman from A-1 Barricade and Sign, Inc. install an erosion barrier along Fountain Creek Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2009, as part of the three million dollar Stormwater Enterprise project. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
NEW GAZETTE
To use the Shoup Voting Machine, an antique polling machine now on display in the lobby of the El Paso County Elections Department, voters of the past would make their selections by ticking small black knobs and cranking a lever to cast their ballots. It's a far cry from the county's new equipment, which will be put to practice in the Nov. 7 election. Photo by Rachel Riley.
Ballots for the Nov. 7 election will go in the mail Monday. (Gazette file photo)
Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne, a Democrat, announces she's running for governor of Colorado on Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017, at the Spring Cafe in Denver. She joins a primary field of four candidates, including U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, former State Treasurer Cary Kennedy, former state Sen. Mike Johnston and businessman Noel Ginsburg. (Photo by Ernest Luning/Colorado Politics)
Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne, a Democrat, announces she's running for governor of Colorado on Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017, at the Spring Cafe in Denver. She joins a primary field of four candidates, including U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, former State Treasurer Cary Kennedy, former state Sen. Mike Johnston and businessman Noel Ginsburg. (Photo by Ernest Luning/Colorado Politics)
MONUMENT CREEK STORMWATER
FILE - Work was underway Monday, December 12, 2016 on the first portion of a three-phase stormwater project on a tributary of Monument Creek. The project is intended to stop erosion and extensive sediment from entering Monument Creek where it empties onto the United States Air Force Academy. Photo by Mark Reis, The Gazette
STORMWATER PROJECT
FILE - Mayor John Suthers is pictured at the construction site for the water quality pond at Woodmen Road and Sand Creek, which is the first project funded as part of $19 million a year the City has committed to spend on stormwater, on Wednesday, March 9, 2016. (Photo by Stacie Scott, The Gazette)
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Superintendent Grant Schmidt. (The Gazette/Jerilee Bennett)