It’s Election Day in Colorado Springs — get your ballot in before 7 p.m.

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It’s not too late to vote!

It is too late to put your ballot in the mail though. You’ll need to take it to a ballot drop-off location by 7 p.m. this evening (April 4). There are 25 of them, and the addresses are here:

As of April 3, only 23.34 percent of Colorado Springs voters had turned in their ballots. That’s just 72,790 out of the 311,904 registered voters within city limits.

That means your vote can make a real difference.

Elected positions on the ballot: Mayor, three at-large City Council seats for a four-year team, and the unexpired term for City Council District 3 (to serve the remaining two years of the term). 

Also on the ballot: City Council referred a question to the ballot to extend the Trails, Open Space and Parks sales and use tax — better known as TOPS — which is one penny from every $10 purchase. The extension is for 20 years, with no increase to the tax. 

Our interviews with Mayoral and City Council candidates are here:

Our election coverage is here:

We’ll have an update on unfolding results later tonight.

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