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Muncipal election ballots mailed; 2 nearby dropboxes for Westside voters

       Ballots for the Colorado Springs municipal election were being mailed to registered voters as of March 13, a city press release states.
       The deadline for ballots is Tuesday, April 7 at 7 p.m.
       Westsiders can vote on the positions of mayor and three at-large City Council (all four-year terms), along with two charter-change ballot questions. Separate elections are in District 2 (for the last two years of an unfinished term) and in District 4 (recall of incumbent Helen Collins).
       Voters can return their ballots at six locations around the city. These include 24/7 dropoff boxes. Boxes nearest the Westside are the turnaround outside the El Paso County Citizens Service Center at 1675 W. Garden of the Gods Road and downtown at 200 S. Cascade Ave.
       Ballots can also be mailed in, as instructed on the ballot forms.
       For more information, the City Clerk's Office number is 385-5901, or go to http://coloradosprings.gov/elections.
       Links to other Westside Pioneer articles related to the election are:
       - 2 charter questions also on ballot in April 7 city election.
       - Editor's Desk: Drake and pot - emissions to fear?
       - Forum sharpens Westsiders' focus on candidates for mayor, at- large council.

Westside Pioneer/press release
(Posted 3/14/15, updated 3/16/15; Politics: City/County)

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