Mayor-Elect Michael Hancock has launched a website for his transition into office. You can apply for a job in his administration at Denverforward.com
Fresh off his victory in the Denver mayor’s race on Tuesday night, Michael Hancock appeared on CBS4 Morning News Wednesday morning to talk about his vision for the city.
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?
Denver’s mayoral election drew to a close Tuesday with Councilman Michael Hancock winning the election and becoming Denver’s next mayor.
Denver elects a new mayor Tuesday and on Monday the two candidates were pushing hard to get out the vote.
The men vying to be Denver’s next mayor are entering the final days of the campaign. Election day is Tuesday, June 7.
While a couple of citizens do not represent all Denver voters, they provided an important glimpse into the election, not from the point of view of news stories, but from the point of view that is far more common than most media analysts or politicians care to admit, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.
The candidates for Denver’s mayor are talking about what they think about recent firings of police officers. Denver’s Manager of Safety has fired seven police officers in the past year. The latest firing comes as the city prepares to elect a new mayor in five days.
Voters in Denver have one week to return their ballots for the city’s mayoral runoff election and both candidates are looking for every vote they can get.
According to the latest poll by the Denver Post, Michael Hancock is leading opponent Chris Romer in the Denver mayoral race.