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Election Watch 2017: Voting results

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KOAA News 5's Election Watch will kept you updated all evening long on the latest returns from counties across Southern Colorado as voters cast their ballots on the issues and candidates. 

Ballots for the 2017 coordinated election were due Tuesday night by 7 p.m. 

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This is a running tally of results as reported by Clerk & Recorder offices. All results are not final until certified.


El Paso County 1A I-25 Widening

TABOR override that would fund part of the I-25 corridor widening as well as disaster relief and parks and trail project

Yes 102,022 67%
No 49,805 33%

Colorado Springs 2A Stormwater Fee

Creation of a monthly fee that would fund stormwater projects.

Yes 55,422 54%
No 47,813 46%

Manitou Springs 2B Public Safety Facility

Mill Levy that would pay for fire protection services, including building a new municipal public safety facility.

No 1,639 77%
Yes 522 23%

Manitou Springs 2C High Speed Internet
Yes 1,806 84%
No 336 16%

Widefield School Dist. 3 3A Mill Levy
Yes 5,185 58%
No 3,755 42%

Widefield School Dist. 3 - 3B School Bond
Yes 5,040 56%
No 3,890 44%

Cheyenne School Dist. 12- 3D Tax Continuation
Yes 6,102 75%
No 2,056 25%

Colorado Springs School Dist. 11 - 3E Mill Levy

Mill levy that would help fund educational needs for schools within the district.

Yes 32,991 57%
No 24,576 43%

Hanover School Dist. 28 -3F Mill Levy
No 240 62%
Yes 153 38%

Peyton School Dist. 23JT - 3G School Bond
Yes 598 51%
No 581 49%

Peyton School Dist. 23JT - 3H Term Limits
No 700 61%
Yes 445 39%

Green Mtn/Chipita Park Fire Dist. 4A TABOR Override

TABOR revenue override that would allow the Green Mountain Falls-Chipita Fire Protection District to retain grant funds.

Yes 460 84%
No 82 16%

Tri-Lakes Monument Fire Dist. 5A Mill Levy

Property tax increase that would help fund the Tri-Lakes Monument Fire Protection District for both equipment and staff.

Yes 6,610 62%
No 4,093 38%

PPRTA 5B I-25 Widening

This would allow a portion of PPRTA money to be used on the  I-25 widening project.

Yes 95,527 66%
No 48,996 34%

Donald Wescott Fire Dist. 5C Mill Levy

Property tax increase that would be used to continue operations of the Donald Westcott Fire Substation Northern Subdistrict.

Yes 2,155 63%
No 1,291 37%

Manitou Springs Mayor
Ken Jaray (D) 1,390 65%
Nicole Nicoletta (U / Inc.) 761 35%

Manitou Springs City Council Ward One
Susan Wolbrueck (U) 440 100%

Manitou Springs City Council Ward Two
Nancy Fortuin (D) 509 100%

Manitou Springs City Council Ward Three
Bob Todd (U / Inc.) 446 100%

Widefield School Dist. 3 Director 4-Year Term
Theresa Watson 4,582 35%
Charron Schoenberger 4,304 33%
Susan Waller-Graham 4,041 31%

Widefield School Dist. 3 Director 2-Year Term
Neil Nelson 6,462 100%

Cheyenne Mountain School Dist. 12 Director 4-Year Term
Randle W. Case II 4,548 53%
Nissa Steinhour 4,055 47%

Cheyenne Mountain School Dist. 12 Director 2-Year Term
Susan Morris Mellow 5,248 100%

Colorado Springs School Dist. 11 Director 4-Year Term
Julie Ott 27,904 32%
Jim Mason 24,436 28%
Shawn Gullixson 20,676 24%
Morgan Chavez 13,452 16%

Colorado Springs School Dist. 11 Director 2-Year Term
Mary Coleman 34,815 100%

Hanover School Dist. 28 Director 4-Year Term
Edward A. Sweazy 157 28%
Dwight Smith 111 20%
Scott T. Gardner 98 17%
Juanita Beazley 84 15%
Charity Garrett 78 14%
Ross Minks 41 7%

Big Sandy School Dist. 100J Director 4-Year Term
Greg Mitchell 68 40%
Chad Maranville 54 32%
Lori Ellefson 49 29%

Big Sandy School Dist. 100J Director 2-Year Term
Nancy Sotomayor 83 100%

Fountain-Fort Carson School Dist. 8 Director 4-Year Term
Loretta (Lori) Kimball 1,285 34%
Michelle Hopkins 1,249 34%
Rose Terrell 1,195 32%

Manitou Springs School Dist. 14 Director 4-Year Term
Natalie Johnson 1,213 28%
Christina Vidovich 941 22%
Jack Sharon 819 19%
Anna H. Lord 748 17%
Jonathan T. Dooley 598 14%

Lewis-Palmer School Dist. 38 Director 4-Year Term
Chris G. Taylor 5,676 52%
Sherri Hawkins 5, 156 48%

Lewis-Palmer School Dist. 38 Director 2-Year Term
Tiffiney Upchurch 5,854 54%
Thomas De Angelis 5,019 46%

Academy School Dist. 20 Director 4-Year Term
Karin Reynolds 13,155 25%
Thomas LaValley 11,104 21%
Doug Lundberg 10,351 19.5%
William H. Temby 10,333 19.5%
Eric S. Davis 8,003 15%

Peyton School Dist. 23JT Director 4-Year Term
Jim Eckelberry 556 36%
Julie Mannering 504 33%
Bart Hanks 493 32%

Harrison School Dist. 2 Director 4-Year Term
Linda M. Pugh 3,573 31%
Jeannie Orozco 2,978 25%
Steven R. Seibert 2,657 23%
Joshua Hitchcock 2,500 21%

Pueblo City Council Member at Large
Dennis Flores (D) 9,752 26%
Mark Aliff (R) 6,197 17%
Kevin Cover (D) 5,955 16%
Joseph A. Latino (D) 4,820 13%
Jason Munoz (D) 3,985 11%
Charlotte Perez (D) 3,249 9%
Ieshia M. Jiron (D) 3,013 8%

Pueblo City Council District 1
Bob Schilling (R / Inc.) 2, 113 41%
Thomas Farrell (U) 1,686 33%
Michael Stapleton (L) 1,317 26%

Pueblo City Council District 3
Ed Brown (D - Incumbent) 4,728 68%
Joshua Bruns (U) 2,203 32%

Pueblo School Dist. 60 Director At-Large
Dennis Maes 15,871 42%
Taylor Voss 7,465 20%
Margaret Wright 5,634 15%
R. Kenneth O'Neal III 4,671 13%
Dotti Calhoun 3,625 10%

Pueblo County 1A New Detention Center

Sales tax increase that would fund the building and maintenance of a Detention and Treatment Center.

No 18,920 54%
Yes 16,258 46%

Pueblo 2A New Mayor System

Changes the city charter to a Mayor- Council form of government instead of a Council-City Manager government.

Yes 11,181 52%
No 10,0470 48%

City of Pueblo 2B Police Tax

Sales tax increase that would fund additional police officers and other operating needs for the Pueblo Police Department.

Yes 13,752 65%
No 7,544 35%

City of Pueblo 2C Street Repair Enterprise

Create a new Street Repair Enterprise in the City of Pueblo.

Yes 12, 430 58%
No 9,087 42%

City of Pueblo Issue 300 Crime Reduction Tax

Sales tax increase to fund police and youth oriented, community-based programs aimed at reducing crime within the city.

No 11,258 51%
Yes 10,641 49%

Colorado City 5A Tabor Override
No 280 50%
Yes 279 50%

Colorado City 5B Retail Marijuana Tax
Yes 366 65%
No 195 35%

Pueblo West Metro Dist. 5C Tabor Override
Yes 5,032 66%
No 2,590 34%

Cañon City Mayor
Preston R. Troutman (R / Inc.) 3,603 100%

Cañon City Council District 1
Frank J. Jaquez (U / Inc.) 3,017 100%

Cañon City Council District 3
John S. Hamrick (R) 2,959 100%

Cañon City Council At Large
Dolly Gonzales (R) 1,518 39%
Randy R. Smith (R) 1,234 32%
Ron Bates (R) 1,119 29%

Cañon City 2A Tabor Override
Yes 2,351 52%
No 2,208 49%

Cañon City 2B Lodging Tax

A new lodging tax that will add a 5% tax for rooms rented in the city.

No 2,406 52%
Yes 2,226 48%

Fremont County RE-1- 3A School Mill Levy Override
Yes 4,382 53%
No 3,833 47%

Fremont County RE-1- 3B School Bond
Yes 4,129 50%
No 4,057 50%

Florence Mayor
Keith Orr (Inc.) 537 63%
Larry Baker 314 37%

Fremont County RE-2- 3C School Board District Changes
Yes 1,370 60%
No 924 40%

Penrose 5B Park and Recreation Funding

TABOR revenue override that would allow retain grants, fees, and current tax.

Yes 701 67%
No 350 33%

Penrose 5C Water Mill Levy
No 477 51%
Yes 462 49%

Tallahassee Fire Dist. 5A Mill Levy
Yes 172 57%
No 128 43%

Custer County 1A Building Codes

This would require the same building codes in unincorporated Custer County that is currently required in Westcliffe and Silver Cliff.

No 1,276 65%
Yes 689 35%

Custer County School Dist. 3A Mill Levy
Yes 1,481 63%
No 886 37%

Custer County Commissioner Recall District 1
Yes 1,354 54%
No 1,174 46%

Custer County Commissioner (If Recalled) District 1
William R. Canda (R) 1,402 100%

Custer County Commissioner Recall District 2
No 1,323 52%
Yes 1,201 48%

Custer County Commissioner (If Recalled) District 2
Sandra K. Attebery (R) 1,168 100%

Custer County Commissioner Recall District 3
Yes 1,406 55%
No 1,130 45%

Custer County Commissioner (If Recalled) District 3
Tommy G. Flower (R) 827 48%
Christopher L. Shy (R) 691 40%
John G. Johnson (U) 208 12%

Cripple Creek Council Ward 4
Meghan Rozell 64 65%
Scott A. Marshall 34 35%

Cripple Creek 2A Lodging Tax

A new lodging tax that will add an additional 6% tax for rooms rented in the city.

Yes 144 60%
No 95 40%
 

Cripple Creek-Victor RE-1 School Board District Changes
Yes 527 59%
No 365 41%

Victor Mayor
Donald E. Daniel 91 54%
Bruce M. Davis 77 46%

Victor Council Ward 1
Buck Hakes 40 51%
Diana Bowman 40 49%

Huerfano County 1A Half Cent Sales Tax

A half-cent sales tax that will go to help fund the District Attorney's Office and public safety.

No 1,251 56%
Yes 996 44%

Walsenburg Mayor

James P. Eccher 566 62%
Craig Lessar 352 38%

Walsenburg City Council Ward 2

James Hudgens 133 60%
J. Brian LaLander 89

40%


Trinidad Mayor

Phil Rico 1,749 72%
Joe M. Bonato 667

28%

 


 
Trinidad City Council At Large
Karen Griego 1,551 43%
Anthony Mattie 1,081 30%
Rusty Goodall 974 27%

Las Animas County. 1A Funding

Yes 2,963 59%
No 1,865 41%

 

Las Animas County 1C TABOR Override

Yes 2,863 63%
No 1,674

37%


La Junta Mayor

Jeffri Pruyn 1,203 54%
Edward Vela 856 46%

 


Rocky Ford Mayor
J.R. Thompson 337 40%
Susan Bumstead 304 36%
Geneva Hernandez 193 23%

La Junta City Council Ward 3

Scott Eckhart 599 84%
Terrance Hestand 116

16%


Rocky Ford Issue 2D 1% Street Tax

Yes 537 62%
No 330 38%

 


Rocky Ford Issue 2E 6% Retail Marijuana Tax

Yes 610 71%
No 250 29%

 

Rocky Ford Issue 2F Allow Retail Marijuana Sales

Yes 456 53%
No 404 47%

 


La Junta Question 5A Creates Health District

Yes 1,695 86%
No 270 14%

La Junta Issue 5B Funds Nursing Home

Yes 1,599 80%
No 405 20%

More information;

El Paso County - www.epcvotes.com

Pueblo County - pueblovotes.com

Fremont County - www.fremontco.com/

Teller County - www.co.teller.co.us

Custer County - www.custercountygov.com

Huerfano County - www.huerfano.us/

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