The unofficial results are in for the November 2009 election.

Here’s the breakdown:

Colorado Springs

Issue 2C
YES: 36.71%
NO: 63.29%

Issue 300
YES: 54.55%
NO: 45.45%

Manitou Springs Mayoral Race:

Nancy Sage Barnes: 4.99%
Marc A. Snyder: 49.64%
Rick Barry: 45.37%

For the complete results in El Paso County, click here.


Issue 300

YES: 31.66%
NO: 68.34%

Issue 2A

YES: 20.15%
NO: 79.85%

For the complete results from Pueblo County, click here.

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