City Clerk Kathryn Young reportedly sent home ballot counters with 9000-10,000 ballots left to count (Gazette, KRDO, KKTV, Colorado Springs Independent, KOAA). Phone calls to the city were not answered; by 10:40 PM, the city announced no more ballots would be counted Tuesday evening.

The unofficial, incomplete results are as follows (candidates presented alphabetically):


Steve Bach: 25,724, 33.97%
Brian Bahr: 11,180, 14.76%
Mitch Christiansen*: 413, .55%
Kenneth Paul Duncan: 834, 1.10%
Tom Gallagher: 4,057, 5.36%
Buddy Gilmore: 2,858, 3.77%
Dave Munger: 3,322, 4.39%
Richard Skorman: 27,337, 36.10%

(* denotes candidate withdrew from the race)

City Council At-Large (top 5 earn seats):

Merv Bennett: 29,251, 8.48%
Ed Bircham: 23,356, 6.77%
Douglas Bruce: 20,842, 6.04%
Richard Bruce: 18,995, 5.51%
Tony Carpenter: 10,902, 3.16%
Helen Collins: 19,614, 5.68%
Thomas “Tony” Exum, Sr.: 19,307, 5.60%
Gretchen Kasameyer: 19,139, 5.55%
Tim Leigh: 25,218, 7.31%
Dawn Lloyd: 9,108, 2.64%
Jan Martin: 38,701, 11.22%
Bill Murray: 22,317, 6.47%
Sean Paige: 21,842, 6.33%
Dan “R12″ Reifschneider: 8,493, 2.46%
Val Snider: 29,217, 8.47%
Brandy R. Williams: 28,718, 8.32%

City Council, 2nd District:

Larry C. Bagley: 3,532, 21.22%
Angela Dougan: 6,708, 40.29%
David M. Jensen: 1,649, 9.91%
Mike Terry: 4,759, 28.59%

City Council, 3rd District:

Lisa Czelatdko: 8,574, 50.45%
Michael Merrifield: 8,420, 49.55%

City Issue 1A:

Yes: 38,219, 53.20%
No: 33,615, 46.80%

City Issue 1B:

Yes: 67,576, 90.36%
No: 7,210, 9.64%


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