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District 5 Denver City Council Candidate Forum
The 2019 Denver Municipal Election is May 7 and Cranmer Park/Hilltop Civic Association and Bellevue-Hale Neighborhood Association will co-host a forum on Tuesday, April 16 at 6:30 pm for the candidates seeking the District 5 Denver City Council seat: Michele Fry, Steve Replin, Amanda Sawyer and Mary Beth Susman.
There will also be information and presentations on 2019 Ballot Initiatives. We have invited the supporting and opposing organizations for Initiative 300, The Right To Survive, to present their positions and take your questions.
Come early between 6 and 6:30 pm to meet and talk with both Mayoral and At-Large City Council candidates who have been invited to attend.
** First things first – make sure you are ready to vote! **
Check your registration status, update your address or register to vote here: GO VOTE COLORADO
The following races will appear on the May 2019 Municipal Election ballot for District 5 voters:
- Clerk & Recorder
- City Council – At-Large (2 seats)
- City Council – District 5
- Initiated Questions (2)
A list of current candidates can be found here.
Any races without a determined winner in the May 2019 Municipal Election will appear on the June 2019 Municipal Election Run-Off.
Due to the large number of candidates running, we are happy to have the coalition of community civic organizations, Denver Decides, to turn to for their series of candidate debates and forums which will be televised on Denver 8 TV.
A Community Partnership for Accessible, Transparent Elections, Denver Decides is a coalition of community civic organizations in Denver comprised of Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation, League of Women Voters, and Historic Denver in cooperation with various neighborhood and civic organizations.
Municipal General Election Dates to Remember:
April 15 – Mail ballots will be mailed out this week
April 15 – 24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Boxes open to receive ballots
April 22 – Voter Service and Polling Centers (VSPC) open
May 7 – Municipal Election (please note: VSPCs open 7am to 7pm and 24-Hour Ballot Drop-Off Boxes close at 7pm)