Denver runoff election: A last-minute voter guide

Election Day for the Denver municipal runoff election is June 6. Ballots must be received by 7 p.m. (it’s now too late to mail them back). Find information about ballot drop-off box and vote center locations here.

Here is recent coverage of the runoff races by The Denver Post:

Denver mayor

• Big dreams and big promises — but can Mike Johnston deliver for Denver?

• Kelly Brough has a lot of experience, but is it the right kind for Denver voters?

• There’s more than $5 million in outside spending in the Denver mayor’s race, but one candidate has a huge advantage

• Denver mayoral debate: Kelly Brough and Mike Johnston still looking to stand out

• Denver mayoral runoff: Kelly Brough and Mike Johnston each have a path to victory, but progressives could be key

• Denver mayoral candidates discuss what sets them apart

• Mike Johnston out-fundraises Kelly Brough in first month of runoff race for Denver mayor

• Fact check: Denver mayor candidate called a liar in latest campaign ad. Here’s what we know.

Candidate Q&As

• Get to know the Denver mayor runoff candidates: Mike Johnston and Kelly Brough

• Denver mayor runoff election candidate Q&A: Mike Johnston and Kelly Brough

Denver City Council

The candidates’ names are linked to their Denver Post Q&As. Each of these races went to a runoff because no candidate won more than 50% of the vote in the April 4 election.

• Progressives fight to win Denver City Council runoffs — facing big spenders backing more moderate candidates

District 7: Flor Alvidrez will represent District 7 since Nick Campion withdrew during the runoff period.

District 8: Shontel M. Lewis v. Brad Revare. Lewis, a small business owner and former Regional Transportation District board director, received 35.7% of votes and Revare, a nonprofit leader, received 33.5% in an open five-way race to represent the northeast Denver district.

District 9: Candi CdeBaca v. Darrell Watson. CdeBaca, a first-term councilwoman, received 44.2% of votes and Watson, a small business owner, received 42.9% in a three-way race to represent an area that includes Five Points, Elyria-Swansea and a portion of Park Hill.

• Candi CdeBaca says her comments about taxing white-owned businesses were taken out of context

District 10: Chris Hinds v. Shannon Hoffman. Hinds, a first-term councilman, received nearly 36% of votes and Hoffman, a nonprofit administrator, received 27.1% in a four-way race to represent the central Denver district, which includes much of downtown.

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