The City Clerk is the designated election official for the City of Pueblo. General municipal elections are held the first Tuesday of November during odd-numbered years. Special elections are called by ordinance of the City Council and may be held at any time. Special Municipal Elections are often held in conjunction with the Pueblo County General Election, in November for even-numbered years.
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Pueblo Special Municipal Election 2018A message to City residents from the City Clerk Office.
The Citizens of Pueblo during the 2017 General Municipal Election voted for a change in the City Charter to become a Mayor/Council form of government instead of the City Manager/Council form. The Charter change mandated a Special Municipal Election for November 6, 2018 to elect a Mayor. The winning candidate must receive 50% plus one vote to be successful. If no candidate receives the 50% a Special Mayoral Runoff Election will be held on January 22, 2019 involving the top two candidates who received the most votes. The person receiving the most votes during the Mayoral Runoff Election will become Mayor of the City of Pueblo.
The Special Mayor Runoff Election having been completed, the City of Pueblo has elected Mr. Nicholas Gradisar. We welcome Mayor Gradisar and wish him Good Luck after this historic election.