Do we want Denver to be a 24-hour city? Here’s what readers had to say.

As expected, you all have some opinions about it.

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Alena Beard sees a camera and acts fast. Closing time in LoDo, March 12, 2018. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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Alena Beard sees a camera and acts fast. Closing time in LoDo, March 12, 2018. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Last week, we presented for your consideration the possibility of Denver becoming a 24-hour city and asked, “Is this something we want?”

As expected, you all have some opinions about it.

Our Twitter poll went overwhelmingly in favor of a 24-hour city.

No one explained their “other” vote, either with a gif or their words. If you’re one of those people, please feel free to email me your thoughts in either form and I’ll add them here.

For more nuance, let’s go to the comments and replies. Here’s how Denver really feels.

Not into it — or at least a little concerned
All for it — or at least some of it

(Disclaimer: Yes, that is our editor’s father.)

Just a thought

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