Helen H. Richardson, The Denver Post
Nearly a year out from Denver’s next mayoral election, several candidates have declared their intention to run — well before Michael Hancock is expected to make his bid for a third term official.
The four Denverites who have filed candidacy papers for the May 2019 election so far represent a range of viewpoints. But all see failings during Hancock’s seven-year tenure and opportunities for changes in direction, and they want to give voters more choices.
Rumors still abound about political and business figures who are interested in running, some only if Hancock decides against launching his campaign.
The mayor has had recent fundraisers, but so far only one other candidate has reported raising serious money...Read More