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Denver mayoral candidate Giellis: "People feel cut out right now"

Posted at 10:51 PM, May 22, 2019
and last updated 2019-05-23 00:51:10-04

In less than two weeks, Denver will have a newly elected mayor. The incumbent, Michael Hancock, or the challenger, Jamie Giellis.

And the race has gotten spirited.

Denver7's Anne Trujillo sat down with Giellis on Wednesday. Giellis was joined by Lisa Calderon and Penfield Tate, two former opponents. Giellis, Calderon and Tate called their campaign against Hancock the “Unity Tour” and pointed out that 60 percent of Denver voters didn’t vote for Hancock on May 7.

“People feel cut out right now,” Giellis said. “We want people to feel included.”

Watch our interviews with Giellis here:

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