What a campaign season this year’s Denver municipal election has been.

The campaign featured big complex issues like homelessness, affordable housing, growth and development, traffic congestion and, yes, even magic mushrooms.

After millions in campaign spending, hundreds of volunteer hours, lots of debates and candidate forums, it all comes down to a very competitive race for mayor between incumbent Michael Hancock and challenger Jamie Giellis.

Colorado Politics has been there every step of the way. Ernest Luning and I covered the rallies, listened to the debates, interviewed the candidates and tagged along with them on the campaign trail.

And we took plenty of pictures. Here’s a slideshow featuring what we saw: “Scenes from Campaign 2019.”

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