Hispanic Contractors of Colorado Endorse Denver City Council Candidates

Today, the Hispanic Contractors of Colorado (HCC) announced its endorsement of two candidates running for reelection to Denver City Council: Chris Hinds & Kevin Flynn. As a representative of small and diverse contractors across the state, HCC values candidates that share in the vision of bringing all voices to the table.

“HCC is supporting Chris Hinds in his re-election campaign so he can continue to be an advocate for small and minority business in Denver. He is the only candidate in the District 10 race who has a proven record of supporting policy that does not harm small business and ensuring they remain in business,” said Rosy Aburto McDonough, executive director of HCC. “He is also the only candidate endorsed by Denver’s public safety unions. Councilman Hinds has supported best value contracting to be implemented in Denver.”

Councilman Chris Hinds currently serves as the representative of District 10. To read more about his priorities, visit this link.

HCC is also supporting Kevin Flynn who is running for a third term in District 2, “In his tenure, Councilman Flynn has voiced his concerns from the days when small businesses faced threats with new, more stringent policies. We are supporting Kevin Flynn in his re-election campaign so he can continue to be an advocate for small and minority business in Denver,” Rosy Aburto McDonough continued.

Councilman Kevin Flynn has served as the representative of District 2 for two terms and is seeking a third. To learn more about his priorities, click here.

The Hispanic Contractors of Colorado was founded in 1990 as a non-profit corporation that represents small, diverse contractors across the state of Colorado in both the public and private sector.

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