by Pam Zubeck
The Colorado Springs Police Protective Association released its endorsements Tuesday for the City Council district seats in the April 2 city election. They are:
District 1: Tim Leigh
District 2: Angela Dougan
District 3: Keith King
District 4: Deborah Hendrix
District 5: Jill Gaebler
District 6: David Moore
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One of the biggest part of any election is the question of who is supporting whom, so here's a quick glance at some of the endorsements in the contests for six district Colorado Springs City Council seats in the April 2 city election.
We obtained endorsements from press releases, candidate websites and the Pikes Peak and Justice and Peace Commission website.
Don Knight: Former Mayor Lionel Rivera, Council President Scott Hente, Colorado Springs Utilities Employee Advocacy Group.
Tim Leigh: Housing and Building Association of Colorado Springs, Steve Schuck
Angela Dougan: Mayor Steve Bach and wife Suzie, HBA, Taxpayers for Budget Reform, former State Sen. Andy McElhaney, El Paso County Commissioner Darryl Glenn,
Joel Miller: Lionel Rivera, Springs Utilities EAG
Jim Bensberg: Sheriff Terry Maketa; former state Sen. Steve Durham; former county Commissioners Terry Harris and Jeri Howells; Fountain City Councilwoman Sharon Brown, Springs Utilities EAG
Keith Keith: HBA, Broadmoor CEO Steve Bartolin, El Pomar President Bill Hybl, State Sens. Bill Cadman and Kent Lambert, former State Sen. Andy McElhany, Gary Loo, State Sens. Kent Lambert and Bill Cadman, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers, Steve Schuck
Brandy Williams: Karen Teja
Deborah Hendrix: Former State Sen. Steve Durham, HBA, Keith King, Steve Schuck, county Commissioner Dennis Hisey, State Rep. Pete Lee, Pikes Peak Association of Realtors, James M. Sullivan III
Dennis Moore: Willie Breazell, Springs Utilities EAG, Park Hill Neighborhood Association, Mary Ellen McNally, Bob and Teresa Null, Kit Roupe, Margaret Moore, John McFarland, June Waller, Jesus M. Garcia, Scott M Turner, Ellen M. Bollens, Mel Elliott, Diane L. Rudd, Liz Hanson, Stephanie L. B. Johnson, Jennifer Chandler, Dennis X. McCormack, Garrie Fox, Dave Eggert, Larry M. Lucero, Jan Davis, Dick MacLeod, Jan Taylor, Thelma Joy Sunderland, Will Lamkin, Martha Bundrick, Ken and Tiffany Long, Charles “Chip” Leaf, Vivian Spicer, Richard A. Cathey, Joe Costa, Mike and Deb Hildeman, William and Carol Vogeney, Leonard and Vickie Mann, Henry “Kirch” Kirchgestner, Nancy Mathys, Marjorie Smith
Jill Gaebler: Carolyn Cathey, Apartment Association of Southern Colorado, Kathy Loo, Suzi Bach, Jennifer George, Dave Anderson, Kobi Chumash, Mike Callicrate, Richard Skorman, Cari Shaffer, Johnny Nolan, Jane Young, Deborah Adams, Pat Stanforth, Trevor Dierdorff, Jacob Murphy, Phil McDonald
Bernie Herpin: Sheriff Terry Maketa, El Paso County Commissioners Sallie Clark and Dennis Hisey, Chuck Murphy, Springs Utilities EAG, Colorado Association of Realtors, Pikes Peak Association of Realtors, District Attorney Dan May, State Sen. Bill Cadman, State Reps. Mark Waller and Bob Gardner, Bob Null
Al Loma: HBA, Brian Bahr, Willie Breazell, State Sen. Owen Hill, former State Sen. Andy McElhany, Steve Schuck
David Moore: HBA, former State Sen. Andy McElhany, Steve Schuck, Sylvia Junt, Allen and Connie Woodworth, Monica Bryant, Paul and Ann Pearson, John Greer, Chaplain Jack and Angel Harper, Ed and Eileen Devine, Dan and Penny Funkhouser, Laura Carno, Pikes Peak Association of Realtors, Richmond American Homes, Elite Properties of America, Inc.
Andres Pico: El Paso County Commissioner Amy Lathen, state Sen. Bill Cadman, former state Rep. Larry Liston, state Rep. Mark Waller, Springs Utilities EAGroup, Dan Reilly, Dan Lanotte, David Pico, Jennifer Warhawk, Elroy Flom