Mayors and other Colorado political executives are judged on their ability to persuade voters to support tax initiatives in the state’s constitutionally-constrained tax environment.
Denver voters’ 70 percent level of support for $937 million in new bonds for seven categories of city projects helps secure Mayor Michael Hancock’s 2019 third and final re-election, assuming he desires to run.
Read Denver Post: Denver voters strongly approve $937 million bond package for roads, parks, libraries and cultural facilities
Monday, December 4, 2017
Denver Bond Win Good for Hancock Re-election
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