Springs mayor race gets complicated
Colorado Attorney General John Suthers, who has said he’s considering a run for mayor of Colorado Springs, will have competition from El Paso County Commissioner Amy Lathen if he does decide to take the plunge. She proclaimed her candidacy Monday, according to The Gazette. Current Mayor Steve Bach is also mulling over a second term. And if speculation is what really gets you going, just wait until 2016 coverage begins in full-swing the day after midterms.
[Photo of Amy Lathen via El Paso County website.]
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