Meet the Candidates for Denver Mayor
When: April 11th, 4 – 6:30 pm, reception to follow at Rhein Haus until 7:30 pm
Where: Lola & Rob Salazar Student Wellness Center at CU-Denver, 1355 12th St.
ULI Colorado invites you to this forum for land-use professionals to learn about issues and candidates in Denver’s May 2019 primary election.
Please join us to “Meet the Candidates” to hear their positions and ask questions on core topics and issues influencing land use, and anticipated ballot measures.
With a number of candidates in the running against incumbent Mayor Michael Hancock, this is your chance to hear their perspectives on transportation, housing, diversity and inclusion, and sustainable development, among other topics.
Though this program may include controversy, the forum will remain neutral and educational, lending itself to thoughtful conversation from diverse perspectives. ULI Colorado is nonpartisan and will not endorse a candidate. Here’s your chance to learn and to make an informed decision.
Candidates participating in the dialogue include: Mayor Michael Hancock, Jamie Giellis, Penfield Tate, and Lisa Calderon.
Thank you to each of the participating candidates!
For media inquiries, please contact email@example.com.
Continuing education credits will not be provided for this program.
CU-Denver students: $5 (keep an eye out for a special student discount code to be emailed separately from your university, or email firstname.lastname@example.org for the code)
For help with registration, please contact ULI Customer Service at 1-800-321-5011 or email@example.com.
Included with your registration is a networking reception. Please note that ULI Colorado has made an effort to keep fees as low as possible; all fees go directly to support program costs.
Policy and Ballot overview
Sarah Mercer, Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck
Sarah Mercer pairs her litigation background with her passion for local and state government to develop creative political and administrative solutions for her clients’ legal problems. She helps her clients overcome challenging and entrenched legal issues by navigating the complex and fickle political landscape.
Through her close ties with elected officials and bureaucratic staff at all levels of local and state government, including legislative leaders, department directors, mayors, governors and attorneys general, Sarah forms connections and bridges relationships within the firm and for her clients.
Ed Sealover, Reporter, Denver Business Journal
Ed Sealover has been a reporter at the Denver Business Journal since March 2009. He covers the interaction of government and business, as well as transportation, economic development, hospitality, tourism, and the beverage industry.
He graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and worked at daily newspapers in Arkansas and South Carolina before coming to Colorado in 2000. He reported for the Colorado Springs Gazette and Rocky Mountain News before coming to the DBJ.
Throughout his career, he’s received 102 awards from press associations in five different states in categories that include beat reporting, political reporting, public service and investigative reporting.
When not covering the interaction of government and business, Sealover has written two books: “Mountain Brew: A Guide to Colorado Breweries” and “Colorado Excursions with History, Hikes and Hops.”