Colorado Springs residents have until April 2 to return their ballots for this year’s municipal election.
Residents are electing a mayor and three at-large City Council members. The ballot also contains a ballot issue regarding collective bargaining for firefighters.
The election is a mail ballot election, which means there are no polling places.
At this point, voters must take their ballot to a drop-off location to ensure it arrives on time. It’s too late to mail ballots. You can drop off your ballot at any of the 12 ballot drop-off boxes across the city. Ballots will be accepted at these boxes until 7 p.m. April 2.
All registered active voters who live within the corporate boundaries of Colorado Springs should have received a ballot. If you haven’t received your ballot, call the city clerk’s office at 719-385-5901 or email email@example.com . If you lose your ballot, you can get a replacement one from the city clerk’s office.
Ballots must be returned by 7 p.m. April 2.