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This recall election will have dramatic repercussions on the citizens of Colorado.

Unlike with regular elections, you will not receive a mail-in ballot. This will be an in-person polling place election. Click the voter information link to find out where and when you can vote!

As a former police officer and police chief, Sen. Morse has a deep understanding of the impact that illegal guns have on our community. He also understands that we need to balance those needs with respecting the second amendment rights of all Americans.

Colorado Springs cannot afford an expensive recall election right now

Recall elections are a costly venture that are typically reserved for people who violate the law while in office - it’s not a tool to disrupt our representation at the Colorado legislature because you don’t agree with a particular position.

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Outside Interests Are Trying To Force An Unnecessary Recall Campaign That Would Waste More Than $200,000 Of Our Tax Dollars that Colorado Springs cannot afford


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