DENVER (AP) — Several candidates already have begun their push to become the city's next mayor long before Michael Hancock is expected to make his bid for a third term official.
The Denver Post reports one of them is Kayvan Khalatbari, a community activist and marijuana industry entrepreneur, who outraised Hancock in the first quarter of 2018, a period when Hancock was responding to fallout over a revelation that he sent suggestive text messages to a security detail officer six years ago.
Disability rights activist Kalyn Heffernan also is planning to run. She says she's "sitting for mayor," a nod to her use of a wheelchair.
Heffernan will be joined by search engine and social media optimization consultant Marcus Giavanni and Ken Simpson, a technology consultant.
Information from: The Denver Post, http://www.denverpost.com