Of the 154,778 ballots that were mailed out to voters, 53,540 have been returned and scanned as of Friday, the City Clerk’s Office reported today.
In the April 5 election — when eight candidates were in the race for mayor — 88,960 ballots were cast.
The most ballots — 17,899 — have come from City Council District 1, the northwest quadrant of the city.
The least number of ballots — 9,519 — have come from District 4, the southeast quadrant of the city.
Voters in District 2, the northeast quadrant of the city, and in District3, the southwest part of Colorado Springs, have both turned in 13,108 ballots and 13,014 ballots, respectively.