Ballots are in the mail for Denver’s June 6 mayoral runoff between former Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce CEO Kelly Brough and former state Sen. Mike Johnston.
The winner will be the first new Denver mayor in 12 years as term-limited Denver Mayor Michael Hancock steps down after his third and final term.
Denver voters have until 7 p.m. on Election Day to cast their ballots.
Ballots can be mailed back to the Denver clerk and recorder’s office through May 30. After that, you should return your ballot at one of the city’s ballot drop boxes or voter service centers — find one here — to ensure it is received in time to be counted.
We’ve put together the guide below to help you learn more about Brough and Johnston who advanced to the…
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