The Colorado Springs municipal election is rapidly approaching, and with six new council seats up for grabs and two potential ballot measures, this election is one you won’t want to miss!
The 2013 municipal election is mail-ballot only. All voters who did not vote in the November general election are considered inactive and won’t receive a mail-ballot for the upcoming municipal elections. Some voters will need to go to both the County and City Clerk’s offices to receive a ballot. Check your registration status here to make sure you’ll receive your ballot.
Ballots begin to drop on March 8, and the last day to change your status is March 26. Be sure to call the City Clerk’s office at (719)-385-5901 if you have questions. Please visit our election page for more information.
Citizens Project is again teaming up with the Colorado Springs Independent and several community partners to help inform voters on issues that matter before they cast their ballots. Please see the information below and mark your calendar! Our election forum is FREE and open to the public. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions, and check out our 2013 Municipal Election page for all voting-related information, and watch for our comprehensive Voter Guide in the March 13 edition of theColorado Springs Independent!
The above event is co-sponsored by Artemis Women, Center for Nonprofit Excellence, Colorado Common Cause, Council of Neighbors and Organizations (CONO), First Congregational Church, League of Women Voters of the Pikes Peak Region, ONE Colorado, and the Pikes Peak Equality Coalition. Interested in being a co-sponsor? Contact us!
Once you’re armed with all the information you need to make your voice heard at the ballot box, please don’t forget to vote!
You’re also invited to join Citizens Project & the Pikes Peak Equality Coalition to make a difference at our Get-Out-The-Vote canvass night!
Join neighbors and friends as we write personal notes to remind people to fill out their ballots!