November 2019 Election Endorsements

Candidates were carefully vetted and endorsed based upon their understanding of real estate issues and support of our industry. All candidate endorsements were approved by DMAR’s Government Affairs Committee and Board of Directors.

October 21, 2019

We are proud to present our endorsements for the November 5, 2019 municipal elections. Please consider supporting the candidates and issues below and turn in your ballot no later than 7:00 PM on Tuesday, November 5th. If you have questions or would like more information, please contact Peter Wall, DMAR’s Director of Government Affairs, at

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YES on 2A – City & County of Denver
If approved, 2A will allow the City to form a new Department of Transportation & Infrastructure to better serve the need of Denverites. The department will focus on improving mobility, reducing congestion and cutting pollution. For more information, please visit
YES on 1A – Jefferson County
If approved, 1A, or the Keep Jeffco Safe campaign, would allow the County (in 2020-2026) to reinvest property tax revenue above TABOR limits into essential services such as public safety and roads. For more information, please visit
Marc Williams | Mayor
T.O. Owens | District 2
David Jones | District 4
Commerce City
René Bullock | Mayor
Jennifer Allen-Thomas | Ward 2
Laura Weinberg | Mayor
Jennifer “JJ” Trout | District 1
Othoniel Sierra | District 1
Joe Anderson | District 3
John Stone | At-Large
Steven Ward | At-Large
Adam Paul | Mayor
Kyra deGruy | Ward 1
Sharon Vincent | Ward 2
Dana Gutwein | Ward 5
Meredith Leighty | Mayor
Ashley Witkovich | Ward 1
Becky Brown | Ward 2
Katherine Goff | Ward 3
Antonio B. Esquibel | Ward 4
Jan Kulmann | Mayor
Jacque Phillips | Ward 1
Julia Marvin | Ward 2
David Acunto | Ward 3
Adam Matkowsky | Ward 4
Lindsey Smith | At-Large
Michele Haney | At-Large
Anita Seitz | At-Large
Wheat Ridge
Rachel Hultin | District 2
Korey Stites | District 3
Valerie Nosler-Beck | District 4