If Denver Mayor Mike Johnston can find $2 million in the budget for pickleball, surely there is $1.5 million available for rethinking the city’s approach to public safety, community members say
With 16 candidates running for mayor, it looks as if Mike Johnston and Kelly Brough broke through and are headed for a runoff.
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.
We asked each candidate to record their own 15-second airport train greeting. Here’s what they submitted.
Discussions to address homelessness are needed, but they don’t tell us what mayoral candidates envision for Denver in 20 or 30 years
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 local version of “Knock Down the House,” the progressive political film making waves nationally, is currently in the works in a Stapleton living room. If you’re aware of “Knock Down the House,” the documentary directed by Rachel Lears, you know it tracked four progressive female candidates running for Congress in the 2018 midterms. The […]
A political activist in my Denver neighborhood was walking her dogs the other day and stopped to chat. “Who do you like in the runoff for mayor?” I asked. “I don’t know,” she grimaced. “Maybe I won’t vote for either of them.” I was feeling the same way at the time. My candidate, Penfield Tate, […]
Lisa Calderón, a prominent Denver civil rights activist and frequent critic of Mayor Michael Hancock and his administration, announced Monday morning that she will run in 2019 to become Denver’s mayor. “I believe the time has come to elect a mayor who will set a new direction for Denver by creating a more affordable, accountable […]