Friday, December 3, 2021

Colorado Election 2021: Will Results Impact Cities and Schools?

An encampment in Denver's Capitol Hill neighborhood,
July 2020 | Eric Lubbers/The Colorado Sun
Are school boards the new political battleground? Is Aurora’s politics competitive and shifting right? Is Denver in decline?

Join city officials, election experts and a political reporter for a roundtable discussion of what happened in the November 2 local elections and what it means for our schools and communities for the next two years.

Community members give comments against mask
mandates during a Douglas County Board of Education
meeting,  Aug. 2021 | AAron Ontiveroz/Denver Pos
“Colorado Election 2021: What Happened to Cities and Schools?” will be presented virtually via Zoom at 11:00 am (MT) on Thursday, December 9, 2021 by the University of Denver’s Crossley Center for Public Opinion Research at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies.

Crossley Center Director Floyd Ciruli and the panel will analyze the election results, shifts in public opinion and the effect on the politics of Denver, Aurora and Colorado’s school boards. 

Panel participants:

  • Kendra Black, Denver City Council
  • Robin Kniech, Denver City Council
  • Sean Walsh, Political and municipal consultant
  • Lynea Hansen, Political consultant, local governments
  • Marianne Goodland, Colorado Politics reporter

Join the Conversation
December 9, 2021
11:00 am MT


The Crossley Center’s public engagement program aims to attract thought-leaders and policymakers with diverse perspectives and backgrounds to participate in an informed and civil public conversation. The purpose is to give DU audiences and Coloradans an understanding of the major influences affecting their politics and policies.

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