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Aurora, CO – Today the Frazier for Aurora campaign announced receiving the highly coveted endorsement of legendary former mayor, Paul Tauer. He is best known as the longest serving mayor in Aurora history and the visionary behind the redevelopment of the former Fitzsimons Army Medical base to the groundbreaking health and bio-science hub of today. “I believe Ryan is the leader we need for Aurora,” said Tauer. “Ryan is honest with a clear vision for Aurora that is needed in these changing times. He loves Aurora, has worked for Aurora, and will build bridges throughout our city that ensures Aurora’s best days are ahead. I ask all of us who care about the future of our city to vote Ryan Frazier for mayor on November 5, 2019.” “I am deeply honored to have earned the endorsement from Mayor Paul Tauer,” said Frazier. “His legacy as mayor is still being realized today through the incredible medical advancements currently taking place at the Anschutz Medical Campus, as well as the education of our next generation of health care professionals at the medical school. Mayor Tauer embodies what it means to be a true champion of Aurora, I will build on his example.” Paul Tauer served as mayor of Aurora from 1987-2003 and remains a resident of Aurora to this day.
I am grateful for the opportunity to discuss a wide range of issues with 710 KNUS host Peter Boyles. Some of the topics we discussed were addressing mental health, the drug epidemic, and immigration issues. I hope you can take the time to listen!
The Denver mayoral race is over, so let's move on to Aurora. There's a growing list of candidates, including a former congressman and former 9news political expert Ryan Frazier.
I had a great discussion with "Business for Breakfast" host Jimmy Sengenberger this morning on AM 1690 KDMT about the tremendous opportunity ahead for Aurora! You can listen to the entire segment by clicking the link below. I hope you enjoy the conversation as much as I did!
I was grateful for the opportunity to discuss issues important to Aurora voters with Craig Silverman this weekend! Listen to the entire appearnce by clicking the button below.
In 1858 during the Lincoln-Douglass debates, Lincoln wrote that “public sentiment is everything. With it, nothing can fail. Without it, nothing can succeed...” I believe in building bridges over putting up barriers to unity. I aspire to a more perfect union in our communities, cities and across our country. Today, more than ever, public sentiment overwhelmingly shares this belief.
"I'm an independent and I'm working to be your next Mayor of Aurora. I believe in Aurora. Honest leadership and clear vision is what our city needs at this time, not political partisanship. Our greatest strength lies in our diverse and inclusive community. I'm asking for your support. Learn more at www.frazierforaurora.com
Three current city council members have declared their intent to run for re-election. A handful of others also hope to win a seat this November on the Aurora City Council dais.
Colorado has 126 federally designated Qualified Opportunity Zones and Aurora has 3 of significance within its jurisdiction. The Opportunity Zone program encourages long-term investment in economically distressed communities. It provides favorable tax treatment for individuals and investors that place capital gains into a range of investments.
The former Aurora city councilman, who has run for Congress, Aurora mayor and the U.S. Senate, said Monday he has taken initial steps toward mounting another run for mayor of Colorado's third-largest city.