The Denver mayoral race has one less candidate. Carol Boigon ended her run on Monday and endorsed Michael Hancock.
As Election Day in the Denver mayor’s race draws closer, the candidates are making their cases for why they should be elected in multiple debates throughout the city.
A $100 million budget deficit, a police department under scrutiny, an over-budget mass transportation project and the chance to work in the long shadow of one of the city’s most popular politicians.
A new ad casts several of the candidates in Denver’s mayoral race as money grubbing politicians who care more about their salaries than Denver families.
Even though I think it is still “unofficial,” one must conclude that Chris Romer is the front runner in the 2011 Denver mayoral race, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes in a new blog entry.
One of the people hoping to become Denver’s next mayor is campaigning against pay raises for the office and other elected officials.
In 4 weeks voting begins in Denver’s mayoral race. Ten people are on the ballot and three candidates now have ads on television. But for many voters this remains a sleepy race.
The reception for a pay raise for Denver city leaders is getting panned by many people.
Ten candidates for mayor will appear on Denver’s May 3 election ballot.
Councilwoman Carol Boigon plans to announce her candidacy Thursday. She has served at large on the council the last eight years.