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November 2017 Elections

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El Paso County Issue 1A

El Paso

Without raising taxes, should the county be allowed to keep $14.6 million in excess tax revenue to use towards widening I-25, disaster recovery, and parks and open spaces?

99% Tallied
Yes 102,022
67%
WinnerWinner
No 49,805
33%
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Colorado Springs Issue 2A

El Paso

Should homeowners be required to pay $5 a month and non-residential property owners $30 an acre per month to fund the city's stormwater obligations?

99% Tallied
Yes 55,422
54%
WinnerWinner
No 47,813
46%
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Colorado Springs School District 11 Issue 3E

El Paso

Should the district's taxes be increased to help fund district improvements such as building maintenance, recruitment/retention of quality staff, school safety, class size, technology and charter schools?

99% Tallied
Yes 32,991
57%
WinnerWinner
No 24,576
43%
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Widefield School District 3 Issue 3A

El Paso

Should district taxes be raised to help recover some of the lost state funding, enhance academic programs, increase teacher salaries, reduce class sizes and expand technology?

99% Tallied
Yes 5,185
58%
WinnerWinner
No 3,755
42%
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Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority Issue 5B

El Paso

Should the widening of I-25 be added to a list of projects funded by the regional transportation tax revenue?

99% Tallied
Yes 95,527
66%
WinnerWinner
No 48,996
34%
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Manitou Springs Mayor

El Paso
99% Tallied
Ken Jaray 1,390
65%
WinnerWinner
Nicole Nicoletta 761
35%
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Manitou Springs Issue 2B

El Paso

Should taxes and city debt be increased to fund a public safety facility?

99% Tallied
No 1,639
76%
WinnerWinner
Yes 522
24%
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Widefield School District 3 Issue 3B

El Paso

Should the district's debt and taxes be increased to fund critical repairs and renovations to current district facilities and to build a new school for pre-K through eighth grade?

99% Tallied
Yes 5,185
58%
WinnerWinner
No 3,755
42%
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Tri-Lakes Monument Fire Protection District 5A

El Paso

Should the fire protection district's taxes be increased to help fund new emergency equipment, communications equipment, improvements at existing fire stations and adding paramedics?

99% Tallied
Yes 6,610
62%
WinnerWinner
No 4,093
38%
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Colorado Springs School District 11 Director

El Paso

Vote for three

99% Tallied
Julie Ott 27,904
32%
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Jim Mason 24,436
28%
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Shawn Gullixson 20,676
24%
WinnerWinner
Morgan Chavez 13,452
16%
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Hanover School District 28 Director

El Paso

Vote for two

99% Tallied
Edward Sweazy 157
28%
WinnerWinner
Dwight Smith 111
20%
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Scott Gardner 98
17%
Juanita Beazley 84
15%
Charity Garrett 78
14%
Ross Minks 41
7%
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Big Sandy School District 100J Director

El Paso

Vote for two

99% Tallied
Greg Mitchell 68
40%
WinnerWinner
Chad Maranville 54
32%
WinnerWinner
Lori Ellefson 49
29%
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Fountain-Fort Carson District 8 Director

El Paso

Vote for two

99% Tallied
Loretta Kimball 1,285
34%
WinnerWinner
Michelle Hopkins 1,249
33%
WinnerWinner
Rose Terrell 1,195
32%
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Manitou Springs School District 14

El Paso

Vote for two

99% Tallied
Natalie Johnson 1,213
28%
WinnerWinner
Christina Vidovich 941
22%
WinnerWinner
Jack Sharon 819
19%
Anna H. Lord 748
17%
Jonathan T. Dooley 598
14%
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Lewis-Palmer School District 38 Director - District 1

El Paso
99% Tallied
Chris G. Taylor 5,676
52%
WinnerWinner
Sherri Hawkins 5,156
48%
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Lewis-Palmer School District 38 - District 3

El Paso
99% Tallied
Tiffany Upchurch 5,854
54%
Thomas DeAngelis 5,019
46%
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Academy School District 20 Director

El Paso

Vote for three

99% Tallied
Karin Reynolds 13,155
25%
Thomas LaValley 11,104
21%
Doug Lundberg 10,351
20%
William H. Temby 10,333
20%
Eric S. Davis 8,003
15%
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Harrison School District 2 Director

El Paso

Vote for three

99% Tallied
Linda M. Pugh 3,573
31%
Jeannie Orozco 2,978
25%
Steven R. Seibert 2,657
23%
Joshua Hitchcock 2,500
21%
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Manitou Springs Issue 2C

El Paso

Should the city have the right to provide Internet and cable services to residents, businesses, schools, and other city entities?

99% Tallied
Yes 1,806
84%
WinnerWinner
No 336
16%
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Fremont Re-2 School District Issue 3C

El Paso

Should the district change from having seven director districts to an at-large representation with five director districts?

99% Tallied
Yes 52
78%
No 15
22%
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Cheyenne Mountain School District 12 Issue 3D

El Paso

May the district collect the property tax revenue previously approved by district voters in 2011?

99% Tallied
Yes 6,102
75%
WinnerWinner
No 2,056
25%
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Hanover School District 28 3F

El Paso

Should district taxes be increased to help fund improvements such as renewing the transportation fleet, purchasing more textbooks, increasing student access to technology, building maintenance and staff development?

99% Tallied
No 240
61%
WinnerWinner
Yes 153
39%
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Peyton School District 23-JT Issue 3G

El Paso

Should district taxes be increased to help recruit and retain quality teachers/staff and renovate district buildings?

99% Tallied
Yes 598
51%
WinnerWinner
No 581
49%
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Peyton School District 23-JT Issue 3H

El Paso

Should members of the Board of Directors be authorized to serve three consecutive terms?

99% Tallied
No 700
61%
WinnerWinner
Yes 445
39%
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Green Mountain Falls-Chipita Park Fire Protection District Issue 4A

El Paso

Should the fire protection district be allowed to collect and spend all revenue it receives in state grants or other sources?

99% Tallied
Yes 460
85%
WinnerWinner
No 82
15%
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Donald Wescott Fire Protection District Northern Subdistrict Issue 5C

El Paso

Should taxes be increased to help fund operations and response?

99% Tallied
Yes 2,155
63%
WinnerWinner
No 1,291
37%
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Pueblo City Council Member At-Large

Pueblo

Vote for two

99% Tallied
Dennis Flores 10,158
26%
WinnerWinner
Mark Aliff 6,452
17%
WinnerWinner
Kevin Cover 6,220
16%
Joseph A. Latino 5,023
13%
Jason Munoz 4,220
11%
Charlotte Perez 3,436
9%
Ieshia M. Jiron 3,196
8%
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Pueblo City Council Member-District 1

Pueblo
99% Tallied
Bob Schilling 2,198
41%
WinnerWinner
Tommy Farrell 1,739
33%
Michael Stapleton 1,389
26%
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Pueblo City Council Member-District 3

Pueblo
99% Tallied
Ed Brown 4,932
68%
WinnerWinner
Joshua Bruns 2,322
32%
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Pueblo School District 60 Director At-Large

Pueblo

Vote for two

99% Tallied
Dennis Maes 16,607
43%
WinnerWinner
Taylor Voss 7,840
20%
WinnerWinner
Margaret Wright 5,874
15%
R. Kenneth O'Neal III 4,864
12%
Dotti Calhoun 3,773
10%
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Pueblo County Ballot Issue 1A

Pueblo

Should taxes be increased to fund a new jail and treatment center?

99% Tallied
No 19,686
54%
WinnerWinner
Yes 16,968
46%
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City of Pueblo Question 2A

Pueblo

Should the city government be changed from a council-manager government to a mayor-council government and establish the office of mayor?

99% Tallied
Yes 11,726
52%
WinnerWinner
No 10,968
48%
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City of Pueblo Issue 2B

Pueblo

Should taxes be increased to hire more police officers and fund police operating needs?

99% Tallied
Yes 14,387
64%
WinnerWinner
No 7,940
36%
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City of Pueblo Question 2C

Pueblo

Should the city establish a street repair enterprise?

99% Tallied
Yes 13,020
58%
WinnerWinner
No 9,532
42%
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City of Pueblo Issue 300

Pueblo

Should taxes be increased to fund police and youth-oriented community programs with the goal of reducing overall crime/violence in Pueblo?

99% Tallied
No 11,763
51%
WinnerWinner
Yes 11,195
49%
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Pueblo West Metropolitan District Issue 5C

Pueblo

Should taxes be increased to fund a new fire station and fire safety equipment?

99% Tallied
Yes 5,163
66%
WinnerWinner
No 2,660
34%
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Colorado City Metropolitan District 5A

Pueblo

Should the district be permitted to keep and spend revenue?

99% Tallied
No 328
50%
Yes 323
50%
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Colorado City Metropolitan District Issue 5B

Pueblo

Should taxes be imposed on the first sale of unprocessed marijuana to any retail buyer, phasing the rate in so it increases between 2018-2020?

99% Tallied
Yes 422
65%
WinnerWinner
No 230
35%
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Florence Mayor

Fremont
85% Tallied
Keith Ore 537
63%
Larry Baker 314
37%
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Salida R-32-J School District Director At-Large

Fremont
98% Tallied
Jeannie Peters 14
52%
Loraine P. Isenberger 13
48%
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Fremont County RE-1 School Director At Large

Fremont
98% Tallied
Mary Kay Evans 5,229
52%
Shad Johnson 4,901
48%
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Fremont County RE-3 School Director District E

Fremont
98% Tallied
Joseph Whipple 259
58%
C.J. Moench Jr. 191
42%
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Canon City Council Member At-Large

Fremont
98% Tallied
Dolly Gonzales 1,518
39%
Randy R. Smith 1,234
32%
Ron Bates 1,119
29%
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Florence City Council Member Ward 2

Fremont
98% Tallied
Paul Villagrana 141
54%
Janna Hagen 119
46%
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Fremont County RE-2 School Question 3C

Fremont

Should the district change to an at-large representation with five director districts?

98% Tallied
Yes 1,370
60%
No 924
40%
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Canon City Issue 2A

Fremont

Without increasing taxes, should the city's ability to collect and spend all revenue be extended to Jan. 1, 2030?

98% Tallied
Yes 2,351
52%
No 2,208
48%
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Canon City Issue 2B

Fremont

Should a lodging tax be implemented to be used for promoting and marketing tourism/tourism-related activities in Canon City and the Royal Gorge region?

98% Tallied
No 2,406
52%
Yes 2,226
48%
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Fremont County RE-1 School Issue 3A

Fremont

Should district taxes be increased for a 10-year period to restore funding lost to state budget cuts and be used for improvements such as replacing outdated educational materials, school maintenance and preschool?

98% Tallied
Yes 4,382
53%
No 3,833
47%
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Fremont County RE-1 School Issue 3B

Fremont

Should district debt and taxes be increased to build new schools, pay off a charter school loan, and provide matching funds required to receive state financial assistance?

98% Tallied
Yes 4,129
50%
No 4,057
50%
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Tallahassee Fire Protection Issue 5A

Fremont

Should taxes be increased to pay district expenses such as operating, maintenance and administrative?

98% Tallied
Yes 172
57%
No 128
43%
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Penrose Park and Recreation Issue 5B

Fremont

Should the park and recreation district be allowed to collect, retain and spend all revenue and other funds received from all sources?

98% Tallied
Yes 701
67%
No 350
33%
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Penrose Water Issue 5C

Fremont

Should Penrose Water increase taxes?

98% Tallied
Yes 562
54%
No 477
46%
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Green Mountain Falls-Chipita Park Fire Protection District Issue 4A

Teller

Should the fire protection district be allowed to collect and spend all revenue it receives in state grants or other sources?

98% Tallied
Yes 435
84%
No 80
16%
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Cripple Creek Council Ward 5

Teller
90% Tallied
Jeff Regester 63
50%
Melissa "Missie" Trenary 63
50%
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Cripple Creek Council Ward 4

Teller
28% Tallied
Meghan Rozell 64
65%
Scott A. Marshall 34
35%
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Cripple Creek-Victor RE-1 School Board District E

Teller
28% Tallied
Dennis Jones 479
52%
Patricia Waddle 448
48%
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Victor Mayor

Teller
90% Tallied
Donald E. Daniel 91
54%
Bruce M. Davis 77
46%
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Victor Council Member Ward 1

Teller
90% Tallied
Diana Bowman 40
50%
Buck Hakes 40
50%
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Victor Council Member Ward 2

Teller
90% Tallied
Michelle Stevens 42
47%
Jon Strever 28
31%
Sue Kochevar 19
21%
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Cripple Creek Issue 2A

Teller

Should the city implement a lodging tax to benefit economic/community development, tourism and marketing?

90% Tallied
Yes 144
60%
No 95
40%
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Cripple Creek-Victor School District Re-1 Issue 3A

Teller

Should school board representation be changed to three at-large and two district seats?

90% Tallied
Yes 527
59%
No 365
41%