It was May 7, and the score wasn’t favorable for Hancock. Sixty percent of Denver voters cast their ballot for someone other than the incumbent. Three opponents forced him into an overtime runoff as he failed to garner the 50 percent needed to win in the primary. Citing growth, equity issues, inappropriate text messages to a subordinate and anti-incumbency sentiment, many forecasted the end of his political career.
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