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1995 Colorado Springs mayoral election

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Colorado Springs mayoral election, 1995
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← 1991 April 4, 1995 1997 (special) →
Candidate Robert M. Isaac Carl Heinze Mark Grisko
Popular vote 18,690 2,809 2,167
Percentage 78.97% 11.87% 9.16%

Mayor before election

Robert M. Isaac

Elected Mayor

Robert M. Isaac

The 1995 Colorado Springs mayoral election took place on April 4, 1995 to elect the mayor of Colorado Springs, Colorado. The election was held concurrently with various other local elections. The election was officially nonpartisan. It saw the reelection of incumbent mayor Robert M. Issac to a fifth term.


Party Candidate Votes %
Nonpartisan Robert M. Isaac (incumbent) 18,690 78.97
Nonpartisan Carl Heinze 2,809 11.87
Nonpartisan Mark Grisko 2,167 9.16
Total votes 23,666


  1. ^ a b "STATEMENT OF VOTES CAST APRIL 4, 1995 CITY OF COLORADO SPRINGS". City of Colorado Springs. Retrieved 2 November 2019.
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