I have spent my career in public service ensuring Denver’s economy works for everyone while elevating community voices. Denver has seen immense growth, we’ve all witnessed it, and my record of bringing divergent voices together to improve lives for Denver families and small businesses is a model for others to aspire to. We must find the right balance between growing our economy and keeping our unique character.

I am running for re-election to build on the accomplishments of the last two terms. It takes long-term commitment to turn ideas into projects that deliver results. I want to keep working with the residents of Denver to maintain and improve this City. 

News From the Campaign:

City Council Passes Initiative to Fight Housing Discrimination

By: Robin Kniech Great news! As you know, I’ve been working on a bill to ensure that no one is turned away from a home they can afford just because of how they will pay for it. Earlier this week, the Denver City Council voted to pass the initiative! The overwhelming victory means that single mothers … Continued

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

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