2021 CITY OF COLORADO SPRINGS ELECTION

2021 COLORADO SPRINGS CITY
COUNCIL ELECTION RESULTS

CHAIR

KYLE CAMPBELL,

CLASSIC CONSULTING ENG.
& SURVEYORS, LLC

VICE-CHAIR

MICHAEL SUGGS,

NAI HIGHLAND, LLC

STAFF LIASON

Marla Novak

The HBA of Colorado Springs’ Political Action Committee works to elect business-minded candidates on behalf of the housing and building industry. While the HBA Political Action Committee (PAC) does a thorough job vetting the candidates, we depend on our engaged membership to “Get out the Vote” in order to make a difference.

PAC Purpose Statement: The PAC supports the Association in the political process to position it as a strong and influential organization. PAC helps to achieve this by electing candidates to local and State offices who are pro-business and pro-free market and advocates for private property rights and a growing, vibrant community.

The HBA Political Action Committee is financially independent from the Housing & Building Association of COS.

April 6, 2021 Unofficial Election Results

Congratulations to our new COS City Councilmembers Dave Donelson, Randy Helms, and Nancy Henjum; and to the returning incumbents, Richard Skorman, Yolanda Avila, and Mike O’Malley.

The HBA looks forward to working with the new Council to continue to advance our great and beautiful City.

​The Colorado Springs City Clerk has released the first unofficial results of the 2021 City Municipal Election on Tuesday, April 6.
Unofficial results will continue to be updated. Unofficial results were last updated 11:55 p.m. Counting will resume Wednesday morning and the last unofficial results will be posted by noon April 7. Approximately 175 of the ballots received today remain to be counted.

Download Unofficial Results PDF

In the April 6, 2021 General Municipal Election voters in each district will select one new City Council member to represent their district and voters city-wide will decide on one ballot issue.

Total Votes Cast – 15,267 – 100.00%

Statistics Total
Registered Voters Total-310,942
Ballots Cast Total – 83,034
Voter Turnout Percent – 26.70%

District Two
District Two Candidate – Number of votes received and Percentage of votes received

Jay Inman – 2,530 – 16.78%
David Noblitt – 2,108 – 13.98%
Dave Geislinger – 4,786 – 31.75%
Randy Helms – 5,651 – 37.49%

Total Votes Cast – 15,075 – 100.00%

District Four
District Four Candidate – Number of votes received and Percentage of votes received

Regina English – 2,175 – 38.48%
Yolanda L. Avila – 3,478 – 61.52%

Total Votes Cast – 5,653 – 100.00%

District Six
District Six Candidate – Number of votes received and Percentage of votes received

Garfield Johnson – 3,987 – 38.41%
Mike O’Malley – 6,394 – 61.59%

Total Votes Cast – 10,381 – 100.00%

District One
District One Candidate – Number of votes received and Percentage of votes received

Jim Mason -2,971 – 15.62%
Michael Seeger – 1,399 – 7.36%
Glenn Carlson – 5,518 – 29.02%
Dave Donelson – 9,129 – 48.00%

Total Votes Cast – 19,017 – 100.00%

District Three
District Three Candidate – Number of votes received and Percentage of votes received

Henry McCall – 608 – 3.78%
Richard Skorman – 9,580 – 59.55%
Arthur Glynn – 3,052 – 18.97%
Olivia Lupia – 2,846 – 17.69%

Total Votes Cast – 16,086 – 100.00%

District Five
District Five Candidate – Number of votes received and Percentage of votes received

Nancy Henjum – 5,666 – 37.11%
Matt Zelenok – 2,060 – 13.49%
Karlie Van Arnam – 1,918 – 12.56%
Justin James-Fletcher Hermes – 1,745 – 11.43%
Mary Elizabeth Fabian – 3,878 – 25.40%

Total Votes Cast – 15,267 – 100.00%

Ballot Issue One
Number of votes and Percentage of votes

​Yes – 53,886 – 65.91%
No – 27,877 – 34.09%

Total Votes Cast – 81,763 – 100.00%