Denver Municipal Election Results

With an unparalleled bias for action, we proactively advocate for transformative city planning and legislation that helps ensure Denver remains a vibrant, world-class city.

Working collaboratively with our partners, the Downtown Denver Partnership advocates for policies that facilitate establishing Downtown Denver as one of the most vibrant, healthy & growing center cities in the country. We work to ensure that legislative and ballot issues and City policies positively impact our Members and our center city.

As a city builder and active part of this thriving community, your voice and your vote are critical to the future of our center city. Thank you for taking the time to be an educated voter. Your vote matters to Downtown Denver.

The June 4th run-off election determined who will lead Denver as Mayor, Clerk & Recorder and Councilmembers representing Districts 1, 3, 5, 9 and 10. We congratulate the candidates who were elected last night and in May and look forward to a strong, collaborative working relationship with our elected and appointed officials. 

Elected Official Profiles

Get to know your elected officials and learn about their positions and values regarding parks and public spaces, transportation, and other topics important to the health and vibrancy of Downtown Denver. The Downtown Denver Partnership looks forward to continuing to closely collaborate with the City of Denver's elected and appointed officials.

Full Municipal Election Results

The Denver Elections Division's website features full official election results plus everything you need to know about the runoff election, including key dates and ballot drop locations.

The Downtown Denver Partnership's Policy and Advocacy Efforts

This election cycle, the Partnership took a strong position in opposition of Initiative 300. A majority of Denver voters have agreed. Initiative 300 was not the right path forward for our city. Learn more about the Partnership's policy and advocacy work, including our opposition of Initiative 300.