Black Lives Matter 5280 distributed 2,500 flyers in Stapleton the night of Aug. 8, 2015. The flyer informed residents that the community’s namesake, Mayor Benjamin Stapleton, had been a member of the Ku Klux Klan and the name “Stapleton” should be changed. Bianca Pullen, representing the group, says about 25 volunteers participated in this action, […]
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Pat Schroeder reflects on her time as Colorado Congresswoman and shares thoughts about politics today.
To better acquaint readers with legislators, the Front Porch asked local state senators and representatives to share their knowledge and views on some of the big issues this year.
NE Denver residents will find the following candidates on their ballot: US Senate Mark Udall-D As a lifelong Westerner, I hold an unwavering belief in the promise of our state and our people. I’ve proven that I can successfully work across party lines to keep Colorado moving forward. I am focused on building a stronger middle […]
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State Senator Michael Johnston talks about why Ammendment 66 was defeated so soundly what to expect for school finance moving forward.
The October 2012 issue of the Front Porch carried an op-ed from Mayor Hancock that stated: “Measure 2A will benefit neighborhoods spanning from Stapleton to Lowry by helping to: –Complete parkland construction and restore maintenance. –Resurface, extend and complete neighborhood arterials like Central Park Boulevard, Smith Road and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. –Bring library […]