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2019 Colorado Springs elections

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The 2019 Colorado Springs Elections will be held in 2 segments in 2019. The Tuesday, April 2, 2019 election includes Mayor of Colorado Springs, 3 Colorado Springs City Council at-large positions and 1 Colorado Springs Ballot Issue.[1] The election on Tuesday, November 5, 2019, will include 4 Colorado Springs School District 11 Board of Education seats.[2]

Mayor

Republican incumbent mayor John Suthers is running for re-election to Mayor of Colorado Springs.

All Candidates are confirmed on the Colorado Springs City Clerk website.[3]

RESULT: John Suthers was re-elected Mayor of Colorado Springs.

Declared

  • Lawrence Martinez - IexistthereforeIcount.com
  • John Pitchford - No Website
  • John Suthers - Incumbent - SuthersforMayor.com
  • Juliette Parker - ParkerforCOS.com

Results

Candidate Votes %
Lawrence Martinez 5,000 5.20%
John Pitchford 9,985 10.39%
John Suthers 69,703 72.51%
Juliette Parker 11,438 11.90%

City Council

Unaffiliated incumbent city council member Merv Bennett is term-limited and cannot run for another term on the city council. Unaffiliated incumbent city council members Bill Murray and Tom Strand will be running for re-election.

All Candidates are confirmed on the Colorado Springs City Clerk website.[4]

RESULT: Wayne Williams and Incumbents Bill Murray and Tom Strand were elected to the Colorado Springs City Council.

Declared

  • Gordon Klingenschmitt - Former State Representative from 2014 - 2016 - GordonforColorado.com
  • Bill Murray - Incumbent - No Website
  • Val Snider - Former City Council At-Large Member from 2011 - 2015 - ValSnider.com
  • Wayne Williams - Former Colorado Secretary of State from 2015 - 2019 - WinWithWayne.org
  • Tony Gioia - Tony4COS.com
  • Terry Martinez - Primary Candidate against Marc Snyder for House District 18 - Martinez4cos.org
  • Regina English - reginaenglish.com
  • Tom Strand - Incumbent - StandwithStrandCOS.com
  • Randy Tuck - www.electrandytuck.com
  • Athena Roe - www.athena4colorado.com
  • Dennis Spiker - DennisSpiker4CS.com

Results

Candidate Votes %
Gordon Klingenschmitt 28,352 11.09%
Bill Murray 31,578 12.35%
Val Snider 14,771 5.78%
Wayne Williams 47,581 18.61%
Tony Gioia 20,506 8.05%
Terry Martinez 27,410 10.72%
Regina English 19,816 7.75%
Tom Strand 31,082 12.16%
Randy Tuck 6,913 2.70%
Athena Roe 17,727 6.93%
Dennis Spiker 9,863 3.86%

Withdrew from Race

  • John Pitchford - Running for Mayor

Issues on Ballot

The following Issues will be on the April election ballot.

  • Issue 1 - Collective Bargaining for all Uniformed Fire Department Employees[5]

RESULTS: Issue 1 was struck down.

Results

Decision Votes %
Yes 31,547 31.10%
No 65,295 67.42%

Colorado Springs School District 11 Board of Education

Unaffiliated incumbent school board members Nora Brown and Elaine Naleski are term-limited and cannot run for another election. Unaffiliated incumbent school board members Theresa Null and Mary Coleman are eligible to run for re-election should they choose to do so. Mary Coleman is running for re-election, Theresa Null is not running for re-election.

Ballot List

School Board Candidates were pulled on 9/3/2019 and will appear on the El Paso County Ballot on November 5, 2019 in the following order.

Results

Results shown per the El Paso County Clerk and Recorder office.[14]

RESULT:Mary Coleman, Darleen Daniels, Parth Melpakam and Jason Jorgeonson were elected to the School Board of District 11.

Candidate Votes %
Mary Coleman 24,977 19.32
Darleen Daniels 21,045 16.28
Joseph Shelton 10,237 7.92
Conner Sargent 9,373 7.25
Jason Jorgenson 16,727 12.94
Parth Melpakam 17,814 13.78
Vincent Puzick 12,944 10.01
Chris Wallis 16,169 12.51

References

  1. ^ "Election Candidate FAQ". Colorado Springs Election Information. Colorado Springs City Government. Archived from the original on March 14, 2018. Retrieved March 13, 2018.
  2. ^ "Board of Education Welcome". Colorado Springs School District 11 Board of Education. Colorado Springs School District 11. Retrieved March 13, 2018.
  3. ^ "Candidates and Issues". Colorado Springs City Website. Colorado Springs City Clerk.
  4. ^ "Candidates and Issues". Colorado Springs City Website. Colorado Springs City Clerk.
  5. ^ "COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR ALL UNIFORMED FIRE DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEES". Colorado Springs City Website. Colorado Springs City Clerk.
  6. ^ "Candidate Information of Darleen Daniels". Colorado Secretary of State. Colorado Secretary of State. Retrieved August 23, 2019.
  7. ^ "Candidate information for Joseph Shelton". Colorado Secretary of State Candidate Information. Colorado Secretary of State. Retrieved March 13, 2018.
  8. ^ "Campaign Announcement". Facebook. Joseph Shelton for School District 11. Retrieved February 9, 2019.
  9. ^ "Colorado Springs-area school board candidates jump in race early". The Gazette. Debbie Kelley. Retrieved July 13, 2019.
  10. ^ "Colorado Springs-area school board candidates jump in race early". The Gazette. Debbie Kelley. Retrieved July 13, 2019.
  11. ^ "Candidate Information of Jason Jorgenson". Colorado Secretary of State. Colorado Secretary of State. Retrieved August 23, 2019.
  12. ^ "Colorado Springs-area school board candidates jump in race early". The Gazette. Debbie Kelley. Retrieved July 13, 2019.
  13. ^ "Candidate Information of Vincent Puzick". Colorado Secretary of State. Colorado Secretary of State. Retrieved August 23, 2019.
  14. ^ "COLORADO SPRINGS SCHOOL DISTRICT 11 DIRECTOR". El Paso County Election Results. El Paso County Clerk and Recorder. Retrieved November 5, 2019.
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