November 7, 2023 Coordinated Election
The City of Colorado Springs will participate in the November 7, 2023 Coordinated Election conducted by the EL Paso County Clerk and Recorder. Colorado Springs City Council voted to refer a question (Resolution 120 - 23) to the November ballot asking voters to allow the City to retain and spend $4.75 million above the TABOR revenue and spending limits to go towards funding a new training facility for the Colorado Springs Police Department.
Ballot Question 2A
WITHOUT IMPOSING ANY NEW TAX OR INCREASING THE RATE OF ANY EXISTING TAX, SHALL THE CITY OF COLORADO SPRINGS BE PERMITTED TO RETAIN AND SPEND $4,750,000 FOR THE PURPOSE OF ACQUIRING PROPERTY, PLANNING, CONSTRUCTING, AND EQUIPPING A TRAINING FACILITY FOR THE COLORADO SPRINGS POLICE DEPARTMENT, THIS AMOUNT BEING THE ESTIMATED 2022 REVENUES ABOVE THE 2022 FISCAL YEAR REVENUE/SPENDING LIMITATIONS, AS A VOTER APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE AND EXCEPTION TO ANY CONSTITUTIONAL, STATUTORY, AND CHARTER REVENUE AND SPENDING LIMITATIONS THAT MAY OTHERWISE APPLY?
El Paso County Election Info
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