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Runoff Election Ballot Initiative Could Stop City From Funding Future Olympic Games

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Runoff Election Ballot Initiative Could Stop City From Funding Future Olympic Games

Runoff Election Ballot Initiative Could Stop City From Funding Future Olympic Games

On June 4, Denver's runnoff election day, voters will decide if the city will fund any future Olympic bids.

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