Introducing: The Denverite Peoples’ Agenda, or how we’re going to cover this year’s election

We talked to our favorite people: you!

Elizabeth Ngirailab and Bria Daniel pose for a portrait with their stickers on Super Tuesday at the Hiawatha Davis recreation center in Northeast Park Hill, March 3, 2020. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Elizabeth Ngirailab and Bria Daniel pose for a portrait with their stickers on Super Tuesday at the Hiawatha Davis recreation center in Northeast Park Hill, March 3, 2020. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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Earlier this year, the Denverite team fanned out across the city with a question for anyone and everyone we came across: What’s important to you in this upcoming election?

We went to places like Little Saigon off Federal, the Hiawatha Davis rec center, Wah Gwaan Brewery off Santa Fe, libraries — basically anywhere Denverites frequent — and spoke to 100 of you about your priorities for the election. And it’s those issues that we’ll be focusing on during the primary — today! — and in the general election in November, when Coloradans will vote for a governor and secretary of state, among other government higher-ups, and Denver will be mulling representatives at the State House and Congress.

We’ll use what you told us to think up stories that speak to what matter to *you.* We’ll ask the candidates who’ll match up in November about them. And we’ll hopefully bring you election coverage that’s just a little different.
Want to let us know what’s on your mind ahead of November? Email tips@denverite.com!

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