Suthers at a campaign event.
The last chance to vote for who will occupy the executive suite in the City Administration Building is tomorrow.
The runoff election between Mary Lou Makepeace
and John Suthers
, the top two vote-getters in the April 7 city election, ends at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
For more information about how you can still vote, click here
As of Friday, 82,404
people had cast ballots out of a possible 222,602
, or 37 percent turnout. The 2011 mayoral runoff drew 99,306 votes out of a possible 154,884 registered voters, or 64 percent. (The number of possible voters has increased due to a change in which voters are considered active and receive ballots.)
Suthers, former Colorado attorney general, has been burning up the airwaves with television and radio ads to use the hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions he's received. Makepeace, who served as mayor from 1997 to 2003, isn't going that route so much due to a lack of resources.
Mayor Steve Bach isn't seeking re-election to a job that pays about $103,000 a year.
has endorsed Makepeace, while the Gazette
is backing Suthers.