Denver woman says think twice before voting for city’s bond measure
DENVER -- The campaign signs are beginning to pop up around Denver--asking voters to pass issues 2a through 2g, part of a $937 million bond project city leaders are hoping to get approved. One thing you won't find is any formal opposition other than a brief write up in the city's voting guide. "I'm through the roof mad," Cecelia Whisler, a concerned citizen said Friday.