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The new wave of city and school board candidates are arguably much more progressive than the have been previously, offering a distinct and contrasting change from past local elections. These two slates of candidates have pulled incumbent conservatives to the left, as well, something reflected in their newer positions on some past conservative touchstones


“May I be so bold to suggest that the basis of the CORA law in Colorado is open access to documents?” Richardson said at the recent meeting at Meadow Hills Golf Course. “It is not supposed to be a minefield in the redaction game; chutes and ladders, OK? … God help any other citizen in this city who tries to go the CORA route.”


Council members are asking voters to approve a 33-percent pay raise for the city’s politicos. The current ballot question asks to bring the annual salary for city council members to $18,550, while the mayor would make $80,000. The city’s mayor pro tem, a position currently filled by At-Large Councilwoman Angela Lawson, would earn $20,550 a year


It’s my belief that my first job as an Aurora City Councilman is to do everything possible to keep the neighbors, schools and businesses I represent safe. Here in Aurora, I can’t think of anything more important to that end than to afford our top-notch police and fire departments with every effective resource they need […]


AURORA | The window for potential city council and mayoral candidates to submit nomination petitions for the Nov. 3 general election is now open. Aurora city officials announced this week that the nomination petitions are now available in the City Clerk’s Office for the city’s municipal election this fall. Aurora voters will vote for the […]