There are 16 candidates running in the April 4 election to lead the Mile High City. The race will likely move to a runoff between the top two vote-getters in June.
Kelly Brough leads the pack in fundraising, while Rep. Leslie Herod leads in spending. Outside political groups, meanwhile, have crossed the $1 million spending threshold.
We asked each candidate to record their own 15-second airport train greeting. Here’s what they submitted.
In the latest poll, the leading candidates are all at 5%, barely ahead of the margin of error, which is at a competitive 4.9%
Denver is in a bad way, and it’s time to start focusing on the candidates for mayor who can address the problems
The city’s new mayor will need to find a way to mobilize the community with discipline and compassion, rather than looking away
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