The 2015 Colorado Springs mayoral election took place on April 7, 2015, to elect the Mayor of Colorado Springs, Colorado. The election was held concurrently with various other local elections. The election is officially nonpartisan. Incumbent Mayor Steve Bach, a Republican in office since 2011, has announced that he will not seek a second term in office. Since no candidate won a majority of the vote, a runoff was held on May 19 between Mary Lou Makepeace and John Suthers, the top two finishers in the April general election. Suthers defeated Makepeace in the runoff to become Mayor.

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  • The 2015 Colorado Springs mayoral election took place on April 7, 2015, to elect the Mayor of Colorado Springs, Colorado. The election was held concurrently with various other local elections. The election is officially nonpartisan. Incumbent Mayor Steve Bach, a Republican in office since 2011, has announced that he will not seek a second term in office. Since no candidate won a majority of the vote, a runoff was held on May 19 between Mary Lou Makepeace and John Suthers, the top two finishers in the April general election. Suthers defeated Makepeace in the runoff to become Mayor. (en)
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  • The 2015 Colorado Springs mayoral election took place on April 7, 2015, to elect the Mayor of Colorado Springs, Colorado. The election was held concurrently with various other local elections. The election is officially nonpartisan. Incumbent Mayor Steve Bach, a Republican in office since 2011, has announced that he will not seek a second term in office. Since no candidate won a majority of the vote, a runoff was held on May 19 between Mary Lou Makepeace and John Suthers, the top two finishers in the April general election. Suthers defeated Makepeace in the runoff to become Mayor. (en)
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