The Latest: Denver voters turn in ballots in mayor's race

DENVER (AP) — The Latest on Denver's runoff mayoral election (all times local):

9:50 a.m.

Denver voters are turning in their ballots in a runoff mayoral election characterized by a feisty debate over the city's economic and population boom.

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is seeking a third term against upstart challenger Jamie Giellis (GILL-lis) in the mail ballot election that wraps up Tuesday.

Hancock touts his experience in managing Denver's economic boom as a reason why voters should keep him in office.

Giellis says the city needs a mayor who will slow development that would risk displacing the city's most vulnerable communities.

Hancock and Giellis were the top two vote-getters in a six-way race in May.

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Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is seeking a third term against an upstart challenger in the officially nonpartisan election.

Hancock touts his experience in managing Denver's economic boom as a reason why voters should retain him to office on Tuesday.

Jamie Giellis (GILL-lis) is running a longshot campaign that focuses on the consequences of that growth.

She says the city needs a mayor who will slow development that would risk displacing the city's most vulnerable communities.

The city's economy has attracted more than 100,000 new residents since 2010.

Hancock and Giellis were the top two vote-getters in a six-way race in May.