This April, voters in Colorado Springs will select six councilors from a field of more than 20 candidates. Voters will also decide on two ballot measures: a usage adjustment to the TOPS tax, and council pay. Ballots are due on April 2nd.

Candidates have participated in a number of forums leading up to the election; here is audio from two of those forums, hosted by Trails and Open Space Coalition and Citizens Project respectively. Please note that if a candidate is not included in the audio, that means he or she was not in attendance at the forum. TOSC Intros & Yes/No and Closing Statements include candidates from all districts.

Full Audio | TOSC Intros & Yes/No | District 1 | District 2 | District 3 | District 4 | District 5 | District 6 | TOSC Closing Statements

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Full Audio (right-click to download):

&#8226 Trails and Open Space Coalition (TOSC) Forum (about 1 hour):

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&#8226 Citizens Project Forum (2 hrs, 35 min):

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TOSC Intros & Yes/No
(Includes candidates from all districts.)

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District 1:

&#8226 TOSC:

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&#8226 Citizens Project:

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District 2:

&#8226 TOSC:

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&#8226 Citizens Project:

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District 3:

&#8226 TOSC:

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&#8226 Citizens Project:

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District 4:

&#8226 TOSC:

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&#8226 Citizens Project:

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District 5:

&#8226 TOSC:

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&#8226 Citizens Project:

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District 6:

&#8226 TOSC:

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&#8226 Citizens Project:

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TOSC Closing Statements

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