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October 13th Ballots to Come Out Soon

Anne Ingebretsen and I  have been working hard over the last few weeks to meet as many residents as we can to explain our positions and how we would represent them.   Despite the claim by our opponents that we are anti-development, we have assured residents that we are not anti-development but are for appropriate development that does not result in a change of the character of the Village.  We are close to the time when the citizens will vote.  Ballots will be sent out Monday, October 16th.  Anne and I are experienced, committed to representing our neighbors, and restoring trust in City governance. We respectfully ask for your vote.


I was honored to be endorsed by my friend and our Mayor, Ron Rakowsky, for election to Council Member  in District 2. Thank you Ron, and I will looking forward to working with you for a better Greenwood Village.

“Having known Dave Kerber since 2003 and serving with him for 8 years as both a
fellow council member and as my Mayor Pro Tem, I can attest to his superior
intellect.  He has been a value and trusted advisor. His judgment is nonpareil
as is his contributions to the Village.  I whole-heartedly endorse his
candidacy for District 2 Council Member.”

                                                     Mayor Ron Rakowsky


September 7th...We are in the campaign!

I am running for one of the two seats for City Council in District 2.  My running mate, if you will, is Anne Ingebretsen, a bright and talented public servant with whom I have the pleasure of serving with on City Council previously for 4 years.  But we have competition!

In the last week before nomination closed, three other candidates including  pro-density candidates filed nomination petitions.  So we have a fight on our hands.  We can handle it, but of course we need your help. More later.


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