The election to return Robin to the Denver City Council will be held on May 7, 2019.

All registered voters will automatically get their ballots in the mail approximately three weeks in advance. You can mail your ballot back or drop it off on or before Election Day, May 7, 2019.

You can also vote in-person at a voter service center. The Denver Elections Division has more information and can answer any questions you may have.

How do I vote for city council representation?

Every voter gets to vote for one district council member, who represents just their part of the city, and for two at-large members, who represent the entire City of Denver. Robin is working hard to earn the support of Denverites as one of two At-Large City Councilmembers.

It’s not too early to start thinking about ways to support Robin’s campaign and to register so you can make your voice heard.

All Denver Voters can vote for Robin in 2019!
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News From the Campaign:

Denver City Councilwoman Says Her Plan Would End Housing Discrimination

By: The Denver Channel Denver’s housing market is tough for everyone, but it can be even tougher for people lucky enough to get a voucher from the Denver Housing Authority that could pay for some of their rent. That’s because many landlords refuse to accept rent payments from housing assistance programs like Section 8. On … Continued

A Councilmom, Not a Superhero

A Personal Mother’s Day Reflection: Six years ago, I was early in the adventure of elected public service while parenting a preschooler. I wrote the piece, Before I Was a Mom, at the only possible time I had available to write or reflect, 2 a.m. Today, my son is halfway through childhood at 9 years old and I’m … Continued

Robin Kniech Will Run for Re-Election to Denver City Council

This article originally appeared in the Denverite on May 2, 2018.  By: Andrew Kenney Councilwoman At-large Robin Kniech will run for a third term on the Denver City Council in the May 2019 election, she announced today. Kniech is one of two at-large members of the council, meaning she represents the entire city rather than … Continued

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