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Denver mayor's race: Hancock, Giellis talk business in latest debate

Incumbent Michael Hancock and challenger Jamie Giellis talked about tax incentives, the 16th Street Mall and what they would do as mayor during an economic slowdown.
Credit: Courtesy: CiviCO

DENVER — The two finalists for Denver mayor talked about business-related issues Thursday, touching on topics that have gotten scant attention thus far in the race leading up to the June 4 runoff election.

Incumbent Michael Hancock and challenger Jamie Giellis talked about tax incentives, the 16th Street Mall and what they would do as mayor during an economic slowdown during the hour-long debate co-hosted by Colorado Concern and CiviCO before about 100 people at Club CiviCo in Cherry Creek.

This reporter moderated the debate.

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