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Mayor Bob LeGare, City of Aurora
Councilwoman Marsha Berzins, City of Aurora
Councilman Steve Bobrick, City of Aurora
Councilwoman Nadine Caldwell, City of Aurora
Councilwoman Barbara Cleland, City of Aurora
Councilwoman Danielle Jurinsky, City of Aurora
Councilman Brad Pierce, City of Aurora

Councilman Charlie Richardson, City of Aurora

Councilman Bob Roth, City of Aurora

DA John Kellner, 18th Judicial District

Commissioner Jeff Baker, Arapahoe County

Commissioner Steve O'Dorisio, Adams County

Commissioner Lynn Myers, Arapahoe County

Mayor Adam Paul, City of Lakewood

Mayor Stephanie Piko, City of Centennial

Mayor Pro Tem Jessica Sandgren, City of Thornton

Councilman Richard Holt, City of Centennial

Councilman Don Sheehan, City of Centennial

Councilman Craig Hurst, City of Commerce City

Police Chief Ricky Bennett, City of Aurora

Fire Chief Ray Barnes, City of Aurora

Sheriff David Walcher, Arapahoe County

Representative Debbie Stafford, HD 40

Priscilla Rahn, Colorado GOB Vice Chair

Home Builders Association of Metro Denver & Metro Housing Coalition
Denver Pipefitters Local 208
"I’m pleased to share that our members voted to endorse you for your race.  We’re excited for the chance to work together and support your reelection!"
South Metro Denver Realtors Association
One Main Street Colorado
"We support collaborative leaders who get things done and understand that being pro-labor and pro-business are not mutually exclusive. We are proud to back Curtis Gardner for Aurora City Council At-Large"
Colorado Restaurant Association
Aurora Police Association
"The Aurora Police Association is excited this year to once again endorse incumbent City Council Member Curtis Gardner for re-election to the At-Large position for Aurora City Council.  Curtis brings excellent credentials to this position and understands the needs for the citizens of Aurora.  Curtis understands the importance of working with Public Safety and has been a supporter of both Police and Fire in his duties as Council Member with the City of Aurora while maintaining his fiduciary responsibility with the city.  Curtis is an honest and reliable person and we are looking forward to more years of Curtis on the Aurora City Council."   
Aurora Firefighters Local 1290

"On behalf of Aurora Firefighters Protective Association Local 1290, we are pleased to inform you that you have been endorsed in your race for Aurora City Council Member At-Large. After careful consideration, we believe you will be a strong advocate for us and our brothers and sisters in the fire service."

Aurora Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 49

"It is with much enthusiasm the FOP Lodge 49 Board recommend and endorse Curtis Gardner for the At-Large position on the Aurora City Council. After meeting with Mr. Gardner, it was clear he is pro-Law Enforcement and is willing to work with us to ensure a better way of life for police officers & enhance public safety. Mr. Gardner also demonstrated fiscal responsibility, by having a forward-looking agenda in wanting to bring family friendly, money generating businesses to the City of Aurora. The Board of Lodge 49 feels that by working closely with the police and bringing businesses to the city, Aurora will be a more desirable place to live and work."

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Denver Area Labor Federation
"After careful consideration and vote of our democratic delegate body, we are proud to announce that we are endorsing your candidacy for re-election to Aurora City Council At-Large."
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SMART Sheet Metal Workers Local 9
"It is with great pleasure to inform you that the members of S.M.A.R.T. Local 9 – Sheet Metal have voted to endorse your campaign for Councilmember At-Large. We truly appreciate the time you spent with us learning about the work we do and the benefits we provide to your community."
Industrial Property Owners Consortium of Colorado
"Thank you for your willingness to serve your community in these challenging times. We are pleased to endorse your campaign for your re-election"
The Denver Gazette

“understands that City Hall cannot solve the world’s problems on the backs of local taxpayers”

“wants to focus on the most pressing problems facing the city”

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