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April 18, 2011 04:41 PM UTC

Boigon out, backing Hancock while Romer flatlines

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  • by: TheAngryHippie

After yesterday’s poll that shows Chris Romer completely flatlined with Michael Hancock beating the odds, Hancock’s getting a big boost today from somebody who has witnessed his leadership first hand. At a joint event this afternoon Carol Boigon is announcing she will exit the race and campaign for Michael Hancock and to advise him on their shared commitment to education reforms. The poll showed that Romer has completely lost steam and despite the Post’s attempts to fix the poll to make Mejia look stronger, people pointed out that the only way Mejia could win was by over sampling Latinos.  

Hancock is the only one who can actually beat Romer in a runoff and his support will get even stronger with Boigon calling for her supporters to join her in supporting Michael Hancock. Michael’s GOTV machine is already in high gear talking with voters in every neighborhood of Denver and will get even stronger today with Carol’s support. Boigon’s staff will merge with Michael Hancock’s We Are ALL Denver team to make a strong team even stronger and help get out the vote including getting Boigon’s supporters ballots in for Hancock.

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  1. First, she led the charge to depose the Election Commission, causing an unnecessary and expensive special election that very few voters particpated in.

    Now, after ballots are mailed out and some have already been voted, she drops out of the race, creating a situation where some people’s votes for Mayor (anyone who votes for Boigon) won’t be counted. Those people could have voted for other people had she dropped out last week even.

    GRRRRR!  

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