The unofficial results are in for the Colorado Springs municipal election.

Here’s the breakdown:

District 1
Scott Hente: 100%

District 2
Darryl Glenn: 100%

District 3
Jerry Heimlicher: 56.89%
Dave Gardner: 43.11%

District 4
Bernie Herpin: 53.80%
Tony Carpenter: 46.20%

Ballot Issues:

1A
Yes: 37.76%
No: 62.24%

1B
Yes: 50.62%
No: 49.38%

1C
Yes: 48.66%
No: 51.34%

1D
Yes: 67.18%
No: 32.82%

For a more specific breakdown on the ballots cast, visit SpringsGov.com.

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