This fall, Denver voters will decide the new makeup of the Denver School Board and the outcome of two ballot measures. Election Day is Nov. 7, with ballots mailed out on Oct. 16. We originally interviewed three of the four at-large candidates—as of Sept. 29, Paul Ballenger ended his campaign and our online article reflects that.
After several months of campaigning and two rounds of voting, the results of the 2023 Denver elections have been certified and the leaders of our communities have been determined.
This month: Snarfs Opens in Mayfair Plaza; Westerly Creek Election Results; Non-Profit Kids’ Soccer League; and East Colfax Neighborhood Mural.
On April 4, Denver residents cast their votes in the contest for the mayor’s office and the races for the city council seats. The results of Election Day have determined the outright winners of some races, the remaining candidates in the runoff contests, and the voting patterns of the first round.
This month: 1) The LUME Closes; 2) United Flight Training Center Expansion Continues; 3) Denver Discovery School Closing; 4) WCMD Election in April; 5) Three’s Company; and 6) Changes to Denver Compost Program.
By April 4, Denver voters will make their decisions to determine the mayor of the city, the councilmembers of their districts, and the fate of the Park Hill Golf Course.
In November, Denver residents cast their votes on many ballot measures. Here are the results of some of the key city and state initiatives.
How do you feel about being able to buy wine in grocery stores? Should taxpayers help pay for free school meals for all kids? Is it time to legalize psychedelic mushrooms? You and other Denver voters have the chance to decide on those issues and a dozen other ballot questions in the November 8 election.
This month: 1) Westerly Creek Metro District Election Cancelled; 2) Central Park Community Garage Sale May 14 and 15; 3) E-Bike and E-Cargo Bike Instant Rebates; 4) Youth Sport Training Facility Coming to Northeast Denver and 5) Parking Improvements at the Stanley Marketplace.
The election for Westerly Creek Metro District board of directors has been cancelled. Two of the three of candidates withdrew the week of April 18. The district taxes commercial and residential land in Central Park for local infrastructure.