All nine candidates for four at-large seats on the Colorado Springs School District 11 school board have completed Ballotpedia’s Candidate Connection survey. The survey asks candidates questions aimed to help voters learn why candidates are running and what they hope to achieve in office.
Seven candidates are running in the Nov. 2 regular election for three at-large seats. The three individuals elected to these seats will serve four-year terms. Two candidates are running in a special election for one at-large seat. The winner of that election will serve a two-year term. Three incumbents are running for re-election.
Each of the candidates responded to questions such as, “Please list below 3 key messages of your campaign. What are the main points you want voters to remember about your goals for your time in office?” and “What areas of public policy are you personally passionate about?”
To read candidates’ responses to these and other questions, click here.
The Colorado Springs School District 11 school board consists of seven members elected to four-year terms. Elections are held on a staggered basis in November of odd-numbered years.
The district is located in El Paso County, Colorado, and contains 55 schools.