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Marcus Giavanni For Denver Mayor 
 
 
    
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Mayor City of Denver Michael Hancock meet Write-In Giavanni
Mayor City of Denver Michael Hancock meet Write-In Giavanni
Lucy Burns Institute: DBA Ballotpedia by Marcus Giavanni - Write-In Mayor
Published Jan 12, 2019 7:12 AM by Marcus Giavanni | GP7A News | "2019 Candidate for Mayor of Denver" | "Longtime Opponent Marcus Giavanni" | "2015 Denver Mayoral Election" 2nd Place Opponent for Mayor of Denver | "Tuesday May 5, 2015 Election" | @mayorhancock | #ballotpedia | #lburnsinstitute | #gpallay | @jamie4denver | @lisa4denver | @twitter | @youtube | @Googleonboard | 501 (3) (c)  Tax Exempt Manipulating Denver Nonpartisan Elections and Candidates - GP7A News


Ballotpedia: "Ballotpedia just announced "Marcus Giavanni is a "2015 Candidate 2019" for Mayor of Denver Colorado" on the Ballotpedia website, look for changes about Candidates. Marcus Giavanni Declared Candidate for Write-In Ballot for Mayor"." - Marcus Giavanni

When Ballotpedia comes in to Denver Colorado. they need to learn our election process, and the many emails I sent to Ballotpedia and to ediot. And I come to realize they are manipulating our Election process, and candidates. We call our Mayoral, auditor, and other city elections our "Municipal Elections" What is the difference and why would Ballotpedia and the editor "Geoff Pallay" disregard our election process. And use confusing terms to an already disenfranchised Ectio process in Denver, Colorado. See https://denverite.com/2019/02/28/who-votes-in-denvers-municipal-elections/

Denver is holding Denver 2019 Municipal elections. Not General Elections, So Ballotpedia has no authority in Denver election Process. This may seem like a small conversation, but it holds a lot authority. When it comes to "Credibility Relevance Wisdom" warning to https://ballotpedia.org/City_elections_in_Denver,_Colorado_(2019) - https://www.google.com/search?q=Credibility+Relevance+Wisdom&oq=Credibility+Relevance+Wisdom&aqs=chrome..69i57.351j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Ballotpedia: "Ballotpedia just announced "Marcus Giavanni is a "2015 Candidate 2019" for Mayor of Denver Colorado" on the Ballotpedia website, look for changes about Candidates. Marcus Giavanni Declared Candidate for Write-In Ballot for Mayor"." - Marcus Giavanni

 

When Ballotpedia comes in to Denver Colorado. they need to learn our election process, and the many emails I sent to Ballotpedia and to edit. And I come to realize they are manipulating our Election process, and candidates. We call our Mayoral, auditor, and other city elections our "Municipal Elections" What is the difference and why would Ballotpedia and the editor "Geoff Pallay" disregard our election process. And use confusing terms to an already disenfranchised Election process in Denver, Colorado. See https://denverite.com/2019/02/28/who-votes-in-denvers-municipal-elections/

 

Denver is holding Denver 2019 Municipal elections. Not General Elections, So Ballotpedia has no authority in Denver election Process. This may seem like a small conversation, but it holds a lot authority. When it comes to "Credibility Relevance Wisdom" warning to https://ballotpedia.org/City_elections_in_Denver,_Colorado_(2019) - https://www.google.com/search?q=Credibility+Relevance+Wisdom&oq=Credibility+Relevance+Wisdom&aqs=chrome..69i57.351j0j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8