Thank you to The Sentinel’s editorial board for their endorsement.
“…Marcano offers a strong progressive philosophy that will net voters a more accountable city.”
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Thank you to AFSCME for your support. We are in this together for Aurora’s future.
Thank you to Colorado Building & Construction Trades Council for supporting me. I look forward to working with you as we build an Aurora for ALL.
These endorsements keep coming, and this one is a huge honor! Congressman Jason Crow ran in 2018 to bring servant leadership to CD6, and that is exactly what I am working to bring to Aurora City Council. Thank you for your support Congressman Crow!
Colorado Black Women for Political Action – CBWPA are leaders in our community fighting for equity and justice. I am honored to earn the support of such an esteemed organization.
“We’re proud to stand with our endorsed candidates because they stand with working families. We are no longer content with candidates who simply provide platitudes to our members. We are demanding that the candidates we support take bold stands on collective bargaining, job creation, higher wages, affordable housing, a just transition for workers, and improving our schools. The workers who make the Denver metro area great deserve leaders who will help them build an economy that works for everyone and not just the wealthy few. And we look forward to working with those newly-elected leaders after the election this fall.” – President Josh Downey
Union labor built the middle class. To be endorsed by the Denver Area Labor Federation is a true honor!
I’m running to represent Ward 4 to put our working-class families first. I am thrilled to earn the endorsement of Colorado Working Families and look forward to partnering with them to ensure Aurora is the gold standard for dignity in our state.
When we are protecting our environment we are creating an Aurora for today and tomorrow. Thank you Colorado Sierra Club for your endorsement.
We’re thrilled to endorse DSA member, Juan Marcano for Aurora City Council Ward 4! Juan has a long history of fighting for his community and plans to take on the private prison contractors in Aurora, the hundreds of newly approved oil and gas wells, the lack of campaign finance laws and the disappearance of affordable housing. We are so excited to expand our electoral work into Aurora with a Democratic Socialist so we hope you’ll join us in donating to and volunteering for Juan!
I am fighting for our city, our future. This absolutely includes fighting for our environment. Thank you to Conservation Colorado for your support.
Thank you UFCW Local #7 for your support. So much of what our unions fight for is the foundation of my campaign: to create a city where we can work, live, and play.
I am proud to earn the support of Pipefitters Local 208! Their members touch our lives daily through their work and their organization runs one of the most impressive apprenticeship programs in Colorado..
Thank you Communication Workers of America, Co / Wy States Council for your endorsement. I look forward to working for the workers of Aurora.
Thank you to Unite Here Local 23 for your support! It’s time for workers to lead, and I’m honored to stand in solidarity with you to demand dignity for Aurora’s working families.
I am so honored to have received the support of SEIU Local 105. I am ready to stand with them as they fight for workers in Aurora and throughout Colorado.
It is my absolute pleasure to endorse Juan Marcano for Aurora City Council. Juan is a fierce and dedicated community advocate.
Juan will put the needs of our community first. Juan’s courageous and fearless activism has been evident over the years. Many times, I’ve been a firsthand witness of Juan’s willingness to stand in the face of adversity and fight for what is right.
Juan is exactly who we need on Aurora’s City Council and that is why I am proud to support him.
As an educator and fellow community advocate, Dr. Kyla Armstrong-Romero understands how much influence our municipal government can have on the quality of education and opportunities our youth have to succeed. I am honored to have her support.
I am honored to endorse Juan Marcano for Aurora City Council.
Juan Marcano is a leader and a fighter with a proven track record of speaking truth to power. As an organizer and community advocate, he has worked diligently for accountability and transparency in our local government, and I know he will continue to do so in office.
Aurora needs leadership with the integrity that Juan will bring to the table.
Kevin Cox knows the struggles that working families face, and we both share a commitment to putting the needs of Aurora’s working families first. I am proud to be in the trenches with him as we fight for economic justice and am honored to have his support.
Juan is a thoughtful and compassionate man who has proven his dedication to the citizens of Aurora by serving on boards and commissions, participating in civic discussions, and enthusiastically helping others wherever he sees the need.
Juan will listen to constituents and has the kind of fresh approach that Aurora city government needs.
Aurora is ready for new leaders who emphasize transparency and inclusiveness. As an involved resident of our city, Juan has gone to bat for years for policies to broaden opportunity and make our city’s government more accountable and responsive to voters.
Aurorans deserve that kind of advocacy on their city council, and I am happy to support Juan to represent Ward IV.
Mike Weissman is a leader and policy expert at the state legislature. Our shared commitment to our community drives us to work on affordable housing, campaign finance reform, criminal justice reform, metro district reform, and more. I am deeply honored to have his support and look forward to partnering with him to build an Aurora for All.
It is my honor to endorse the candidacy of Juan Marcano for Aurora City Council Ward IV.
Juan is a proven leader in the Aurora community. As a member of the Arapahoe County Citizens’ Budget Committee, he has demonstrated his commitment to understanding the importance of managing the county’s budget in these challenging fiscal times. He is a compassionate, caring resident of Aurora and his thoughtful involvement in a variety of community issues will continue as a city council member.
His commitment to Aurora residents is unmatched. We will be represented well.
Commissioner Bill Holen is a Vietnam veteran, an anti-war activist, a staunch advocate for our veteran community, and a steady hand on the Arapahoe County Board of County Commissioners. Thank you for your service, your activism, your advocacy, and your leadership. I am honored to have earned your support.