Tiffany Caudill wants to represent District 2 in far southwest Denver

The district is currently represented by Councilmember Kevin Flynn.

Denver City Council District 2 candidate Tiffany Caudill. (Courtesy photo)

Denver City Council District 2 candidate Tiffany Caudill. (Courtesy photo)

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First-time candidate Tiffany Caudill will seek to represent District 2 in far southwest Denver, just two years after moving back to her hometown with her family.

Caudill said a rising cost of living led her to move out of Denver as a child. After moving back, she wondered “where the city she grew up went.” Like other new candidates, she wants to see everyday people representing the public at council.

Caudill currently works as a customer service representative. She joined DPS teachers during the 2019 strike and said she wants to ensure everyone has access to high-quality schools, transportation, homes, and parks.

“The divisiveness in politics has hurt our processes and our progress, but more than anything, it has hurt our people,” Caudill said in a press release. “We need to lean into co-governance models and find paths forward, rather than standing in the way of creating real change.”

Incumbent Councilmember Kevin Flynn has represented the district since 2015 and will be seeking his third and final term on council. Flynn ran unopposed in 2019.

District 2 will include the Bear Valley, College View-South Platte, Fort Logan, Harvey Park, Harvey Park South, Marston, and parts of the Mar Lee neighborhoods in the next election cycle.

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