Elections

Adam Paul kicks off mayoral campaign

Wants continuation of leadership in Lakewood

Posted 6/3/15

Ward 4 council member Adam Paul officially launched his mayoral campaign at the Concourse of All Star Park on May 28.

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Elections

Adam Paul kicks off mayoral campaign

Wants continuation of leadership in Lakewood

Posted

Ward 4 council member Adam Paul officially launched his mayoral campaign at the Concourse of All Star Park on May 28.

In attendance at the event was former mayor Steve Burkholder, Jefferson County School Board member Lesley Dahlkemper, former state Sen. Betty Boyd, Rick Enstrom and state Rep. Brittany Pettersen.

Paul was joined by current council members Cindy Baroway, Karen Kellen, Scott Koop, Tom Quinn and Shakti, as well as Mayor Bob Murphy.

Here are some of the top things we heard:

“We need to consider the importance of this election — it’s about a continuation of what Lakewood stands for. It’s about where Lakewood will be in four years.”

— Steve Burkholder

“Right now, we’re in the best position Lakewood has ever been in. We’ve gotten where we are by looking to the future and saying yes.”

— Bob Murphy

“We believe in something that transcends any one issue, doorstep or mayor. It’s about diverse stakeholders who listen to each other and work together. I want to help build a great community of neighbors who can join hand-in-hand to overcome any obstacle, and who can take time to share in the beauty around them.”

— Adam Paul

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