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December 26, 2008 08:23 PM UTC

Mayor of Denver Face-Off

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  • by: Libertad

If Hickenlooper is choosen by Ritter to fill the Senate seat, who will you support in the Bannock Street sprint?

There are a lot of possibilities out there and even more not mentioned here below.

The way it works: If Hickenlooper were to resign, Deputy Mayor Bill Vidal would take over temporarily. A special election for the remaining two years of Hickenlooper’s term would be held in May.

Whoever got the most votes would become mayor. There would be no runoff, even if no candidate gets more than 50 percent of the vote.

Vote for your favorite so far and tell everyone who you think will run. Or pick Romanoff because Hick just won’t get the gig.

Michael Hancock, District 11

Pros: Energetic and ambitious former council president; good knowledge of city and strong name recognition; could raise money. Cons: Not well known outside northeast Denver, where low turnout could hurt.

Is in this for real

Charlie Brown, District 6 & Rick Garcia, District 1 & Carol Boigon, City Council at-large

No council member has greater the 19% chance of winning, cept Hancock.

Cole Finegan, former city attorney, chief of staff for Hickenlooper & Penfield Tate, attorney, former legislator, high quality bond broker

Those making way too much cash …

Mitch Morrissey, district attorney

AG and USA positions await he and Don Quick

Michael Bennet, DPS superintendent, former Hickenlooper chief of staff, former right hand man for business tycoon, east coast transplant

Still got some teaching to do. With a drop out rate at 30% and a reported 50%+ minority D.O. rate, we need Mikey to eat his Wheaties so he can Stand and Deliver.

Peter Groff, President of State Senate, attorney

Why would he subject himself to the pain

Chris Romer, State Senator, attorney and former bond broker

Wants to subject himself to the pain

Andy Romanoff, Speaker of the Colorado House, attorney

Would he enter the race as a booby prize?

Bill Vidal, former Mr. Everything road related

He’ll be the Mayor … for a while

Who will win the Bannock St Burst

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