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Voters already registered with a party who wish to change major party affiliation or register as unaffiliated must do so by midnight tonight in order to receive the corresponding ballot for the March 3 Super Tuesday Presidential Primary. Those who are registered as a Democrat or Republican will receive the primary ballot for their party.

Midnight tonight is also the deadline for unaffiliated voters to select a party preference before primary ballots are mailed. Otherwise, unaffiliated voters will receive ballots from both major parties, but can only vote and return one.  To change party affiliation or update other registration information, click here.

“With ballots going out next week, Coloradans have an opportunity to vote before many of the nation’s primaries,” said Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold.  “This is the first Colorado Presidential Primary in 20 years, and is an incredible opportunity for voters in our state to help determine the 2020 presidential candidates.”

Ballots will be sent by county clerks next week. Voters will also have the opportunity to vote in person beginning on February 24 and continuing through Election Day on March 3 until 7 p.m.  Colorado also offers same-day voter registration, allowing eligible Coloradans to register and vote on Election Day.     

This is also the first year that 17 year-olds will be able to participate in Colorado’s two primaries, the Presidential and the State Primary taking place June 30, provided they turn 18 by the General Election on November 3.  Colorado is one of just 17 states that allow this added level of accessibility. 

For more information on Colorado’s Presidential Primary and all upcoming elections, please visit  Coloradans can update and verify voter registration, or register to vote, online at

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by Ed Duffy

Kinetic Gymnastics of Colorado Springs (Security-Widefield actually) will be celebrating their Grand ReOpening on March 7th 2020.

Kinetic recently reopened after adding 6,000 square feet of new space including foam pits. The facility is now 19,000 square feet.

The additional space has enabled them to add open gyms and more classes.

You'll find Kinetic at 30 Widefield Blvd, Ste E, behind Dollar General. You can reach them at 719-391-8295. Visit them on Facebook at or their website at

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Jonathan and Mercie Curbow are starting the new year with new names and a new look for their real estate and home loan businesses.

Century21 Curbow is now Curbow Real Estate and One Point Funding has become Curbow Home Loans.

The Curbows invited friends, customers and associates to celebrate the new names and the new look with a "SWAG Night" celebration at the office last Friday.

You'll find Curbow Real Estate at 3659 Star Ranch Rd, Colorado Springs, Colorado. You can visit them on Facebook at and on the web at or call the office at 719-390-1100.

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Press Release

Griffis/Blessing, Inc., closed on Lion Village Student Housing in Colorado Springs, Colorado, on December 27, 2019, for $34 million. 

“This acquisition allows us the opportunity to jump into a hot student housing market around the flourishing University of Colorado, Colorado Springs campus,” said William J. Hybl, Jr., President and COO of Griffis/Blessing. “We have a substantial track record with this community, having managed it since its opening in 2015, and we look forward to continuing to cultivate its success and  maintaining a positive experience for residents.”

With its third phase completed last year, Lion Village is comprised of 141 units with a total of 508 bedrooms. The townhomes offer a mix of two, three and four bedrooms, averaging 1,021 square feet. Each apartment home comes fully furnished, including housewares and a washer and dryer, and with utilities, internet and cable included. Every bedroom has its own private bathroom and spacious closet. Community amenities currently include a heated swimming pool, business center, fitness center and 24-hour maintenance.

“Due to its favorable location, market positioning and our management team's focus on operations and capital improvements, we believe Lion Village to be a solid investment,” said Gary Winegar, President of Investment Services of Griffis/Blessing. “Our strategic plan includes upgrading the clubhouse by optimizing the space for the benefit of student functionality. Additionally, study rooms and a gathering space will be introduced to support the collaborative and group-related aspects of today’s education curriculum.”

CBRE in Denver acted as the broker and arranged financing for the acquisition.

Griffis/Blessing, Inc., is the only Accredited Management Organization, AMO, headquartered in Colorado Springs, CO. With additional offices in Denver, Griffis/Blessing currently manages over five million square feet of commercial space and more than 7,200 apartment units. The company has provided award-winning property management and real estate investment services since 1985. For more information, visit