View From a Height
Commentary from the Mile High City
Friday, May 09, 2003
Maybe campaign money matters less at the retail level. With 43% of the vote, John Hickenlooper spent about $6 per vote. Don Mares, who finished second, spent $27 per vote, slightly more than the 5th-place finisher. Ari Zavaras, of the Pena-Webb machine, spent over $70 per vote to finish a distant third. And like the Baltimore Orioles of the late 90s, Phil Perington poured money into a campaign, spending almost $90 per vote, to finish dead last.

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