Voters who sat out of Tuesday’s election can still vote in the May 17 runoff.
City spokeswoman Sue Skiffington-Blumberg said Colorado Springs will use the same active voter list to mail out ballots.
“Anyone not registered will have until April 18 to get registered. They must do this at the El Paso County Clerk & Recorder’s Office on or before April 18,” she said in an email.
“All active voters will be sent a ballot, including those that reactivate prior to the election. Same as April election,” she added.
The runoff will cost an estimated $480,000.
City Clerk Kathryn Young has between April 22 and May 2 to mail the ballots, according to her election calendar.