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Message from Steve

January 18, 2011

Like you, I’m proud to say I live in Aurora. We can all point with pride to the assets that make our city great – our parks, our schools, our thriving neighborhoods, our business-friendly environment and our hard-working citizens. I am running for Mayor to make our world class city even better. Working together we can build on these civic amenities to further improve Aurora – the city we all call home.  — Steve Hogan

November 2, 2011

Ex-Aurora councilman Steve Hogan elected mayor

Posted: 11/02/2011 01:00:00 AM MDT
Updated: 11/02/2011 02:19:13 AM MDT

AURORA — Former City Councilman Steve Hogan will be Aurora’s next mayor, replacing Mayor Ed Tauer, who is term-limited.

According to unofficial results Tuesday night, Hogan had 38 percent of the vote. City Councilman Ryan Frazier finished second, with about 30 percent.

“I’m looking forward to meeting with the City Council and getting some work done now,” Hogan said Tuesday night.

Hogan, first elected to the Aurora City Council in 1979, served six nonconsecutive full terms over 30 years. He was last on the council in 2009.

While on the council, Hogan was best known for coming up with innovative ways to balance the city’s budget.

Hogan said the city is facing a number of challenges, including…READ MORE


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The Denver Post endorses Steve!

Steve Hogan this morning was honored to receive the endorsement from the Denver Post. The Post’s house editorial says the former City Councilman and transportation executive is a “problem-solver and capable manager…(who) will be an excellent leader for Aurora moving forward.” “…given the setup of Aurora’s government and his lengthy history of hard work in [...]

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Momentum shifts to Hogan!

With under two weeks left until the ballots are counted and Aurora elects Steve Hogan it’s next mayor, I thought I would send you an update with the latest information on the state of the race – all of which is very good news for Steve. Door to Door Campaign Since the campaign started, we’ve [...]

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Click here to see Steve’s newest mail piece!

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Steve’s First Televison Advertisement

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Sentinel Endorses Hogan

In its endorsement of Steve Hogan, the Sentinel editors say the former City Councilman and transportation executive would “bring a proven history of innovation, curiosity, determination and collaboration to the mayor’s office.” “ is Steve Hogan who is best suited to lead Aurora through fundamental budget problems, a lack of focus, a worrisome problem with openness [...]

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Hogan and Frazier Affirm Their Opposite Stances On Appointee Bonuses

During Channel 8 Debate Steve Hogan Describes Bonuses as “Just Wrong”; Ryan Frazier Says Bonuses “The Right Thing To Do” Dave Perry – “This question is for Ryan and Steve. Recently in the media there has been some controversy over a decision by the city council in January to award bonuses to three key employees, and the [...]

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Sentinel Editor Urges “Confrontation, Criticism and Debate” in Aurora Mayor’s Race

Aurora Sentinel editor Dave Perry recounts how he “laughed out loud” at Councilman Frazier’s “positive campaign pledge”  which the editor criticized as an illustration of the “Nerf ball tiff” the Aurora Mayor’s race has been. “…But even on those terms, this year’s city candidates are uncommonly contrite and bent on just saying nice things about [...]

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News Notes from Steve – 9.25.11 – 10.1.11

The start of the week was spectacular.  I have gained the endorsement of Congressman Ed Perlmutter!  While he and I do not share the same political party, we do share the same concern for Aurora and the needs of our citizens.  Congressman Perlmutter joins former Governor Bill Owens and former U.S. Senator Hank Brown as [...]

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