Denver’s mayoral underdog tradition is well known at this point. So the question we should ask ourselves, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes, is how the candidate with the lead in the general election, the biggest endorsements and the most money somehow lost this race?
Some Chris Romer mayoral candidate campaign signs are causing a lot of buzz around Denver. The signs read, “Romer. Mejia United For Denver.”
James Mejia said Chris Romer shares his vision for Denver and that’s why he is endorsing Romer as the city’s next mayor.
Denver mayoral candidate James Mejia has conceded defeat. Mejia’s announcement Thursday officially sets the stage for a June 7 showdown between former Colorado Sen. Chris Romer and Denver City Councilman Michael Hancock.
Chris Romer and Michael Hancock are headed for a runoff in Denver’s mayoral election.
The candidates for mayor of Denver are making a last minute push for votes. They’re encouraging people to turn in their ballots.
Denver residents have a little less than a week to vote for mayor.
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.
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.
A second Denver mayoral candidate has received the endorsement from someone who used to have the job.