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Upcoming City of Aurora Election Date(11/02)”Cast Your Vote! Your Voice Matters!”

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Ballots are rolling in as Colorado’s off-year Election Day approaches.

As of October 27th, more than 313,000 voted ballots had been received by Colorado election officials and it is time for Coloradans to make their voices heard by voting in the November 2nd coordinated election. Coloradans are asked to vote on local initiatives and candidates, as well as three statewide measures. Aurora voters will elect City Council Members from Wards 1 through 3 and two At-Large in the upcoming election.

Here is what you need to know about and how to cast your ballot and when.

  • Important Dates
  • Coloradans can register to vote and vote up until the end of the day on Election Day.
  • Polls will be open 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. on November 2nd.
  • Ballots postmarked by Election Day but not received by 7 p.m. on November 2nd will not be counted.
  • Ballots will contain questions specific to a voter’s county, but all Coloradans will be asked to vote on three statewide measures: Amendment 78(Legislative Authority for Spending State Money), Proposition 119(Learning Enrichment and Academic Progress Program), and Proposition 120(Property Tax Assessment Rate Reduction).
  • Introducing Korean-American candidate Becky Hogan

Becky Hogan is running for election for an at-large seat of the Aurora City Council in Colorado and is on the ballot in the general election on November 2nd, 2021. Currently, five candidates are running for two at-large seats on the city council, which represent the entire city. Two at-large positions will be open in upcoming November, and among these five candidates, the two candidates with the most votes will win the seats in November.

Becky Hogan

If Becky gets elected to Aurora City Council in upcoming November, she becomes the very first Asian Aurora City Council member as well as the first Korean-American Council member. She has lived in various areas of the city of Aurora for the past 19 years and has been vigorously working for the development and well-being of Aurora by interacting with not only the Korean community but also other various races.

Also the widow of former Mayor Steve Hogan, Becky has long been involved in Aurora civic issues. She is also a small business owner, an economic development practitioner, planning and zoning commissioner, and a fiscal conservative. Moreover, she is currently serving as the Chair of Korean Committee of Aurora Sister Cities International.

For more information about the upcoming city of Aurora elections, you can visit https://www.auroragov.org/city_hall/elections. If you would like to find more about Becky Hogan and support her effort to become Aurora City Council member, you can visit https://www.hoganforoneaurora.com/ .

Coloradans can also return a ballot at a drop box around their residential area. (Photo Quentin Young)
  • How to Register and Cast Your Vote

You can also find ways to support and sponsor her campaign, but the most effective way to support her passion would be to vote.

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Rachel Y cho
Rachel Y cho
• BA Journalism&Mass Communication, Korea University • BA International Studies, Korea University • MA International Security, University of Denver

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