Denver Mayor Michael Hancock in his Denver office on June 5, 2019, the morning after winning reelection in a runoff. 

On the morning after winning a third term, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock talked about his plans for the next four years during a Colorado Politics podcast interview in his office.

Hancock talked about addressing issues such as homelessness, housing affordability, wage stagnation and construction at Denver International Airport.

He also discussed how he hopes to keep from growing stale during his final four years in the mayor's office. 




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