DENVER — Denver mayoral candidates Mike Johnston and Kelly Brough will spar on the issues ahead of the June runoff in a live debate hosted by Denver7 on Tuesday.
The Denver mayoral debate, Tuesday, May 23 at 6 p.m., will be hosted by Denver7 anchor Anne Trujillo and is in partnership with Colorado Public Radio, The Denver Post and Denverite.
The live debate will air on Denver7 and stream live on Denver7.com, social media platforms and across Denver7 streaming apps, including the free Denver7+ Plus app on Roku and on Samsung Smart TV.
Denver’s two mayoral candidates will debate on a wide range of issues including school security, homelessness, crime, transportation, affordability and housing.
Denver mayoral candidates Johnston and Brough were among a field of 17 candidates to advance to the June 6 runoff following the April 4 general election, in which no candidates received more than 50% of the vote.
Runoff ballots were mailed out beginning May 15 and can be returned anytime at a 24-hour ballot drop-off box. The last day to send a ballot back by mail is May 30, which is also the last day to register to vote and receive a ballot by mail.
June 6 is Election Day and all mailed ballots must be returned by 7 p.m., according to the city elections website. Voters must also be in line by 7 p.m. to cast a vote in person.
Denver election links:
- Check status of mail ballot
- Find your voter registration
- Register to vote
- View a sample runoff ballot
- Find nearest voting location
- View the general election results from April 4