Happy Halloween! Remember, nothing is scarier than a dead ballot! You can find a handy list of drop boxes here, courtesy of Arapahoe County!
Our second-to-last campaign finance reports before election day are up. In the interest of transparency, I feel the need to share this with you all. I am proudly supported by my friends, my family, and our neighbors, as well as labor unions, environmental organizations, and community advocacy groups with large bases in Ward 4 and Aurora as a whole. I
Join us as we march to the doors and let our neighbors know what is at stake this election! We’ll be meeting on September 28th at 10730 E Bethany Dr., Aurora, CO 80014 at 10 AM and knocking until 1 PM. Breakfast will be available!
The Colorado Sierra Club endorses Juan Marcano for Aurora City Council Ward 4!
The Colorado Working Families Party endorses Juan Marcano for Aurora City Council Ward 4!
The members of Pipefitters Local 208 endorse Juan Marcano for Aurora City Council Ward 4!
I’m so grateful for our community. Today I had the honor of marching with Omar Montgomery in the Juneteenth parade! He is a true community leader, and I look forward to calling him my mayor come November!
My grandfather is a U.S. Army veteran, and my family is lucky to still have him with us today. Not all who serve are so fortunate. Today we honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country. Thank you.
We had great conversations at our Dam East forum! Thank you to everyone who took time out of their Saturday afternoon to engage in important discussions about the future of our city. A special thanks to the host committee that made this event such a resounding success. I’m confident that with a community so energized and engaged in the issues
See the original Aurora Sentinel article here. We’re number one, but this is not something we should be proud of, and this doesn’t happen by accident. Our housing crisis is a direct result of our city’s historically hands-off approach to development and redevelopment. During the Great Recession, city council did little to prevent foreclosed homes from being scooped up by