Racial and social equity is fundamental for Denver to be a city that is inclusive and feels welcoming for all.
Cultural and artistic diversity has long defined Denver’s creative population—preserving this is vital for maintaining Denver’s uniqueness and keeping it home to a wide variety of artistic and cultural talent.
Accessibility and opportunity in housing, jobs, education, transportation, and healthcare are essential for all current and future residents, and to have a city that remains desirable and economically viable long-term for employers, businesses, educational institutions, and cultural facilities.
Fair-minded and pragmatic civic decision-making is a result of having thoughtful well-informed citizens —who are passionate about ensuring the city’s future livability—involved in both voting and leadership roles.
Being a persuasive yet credible “third voice” to promote Denver’s “Greater Good”—that is, advancing positive city policies and practices that benefit ALL Denver Citizens and Communities—including those who have long been marginalized and lacked influence related to how city decisions are reached, resources are used, and changes are implemented.