The Greater Metro Denver Ministerial Alliance (GMDMA), an 82 year old African American Civil/Human Rights Clergy organization committed to the fight for community and social justice, endorsed Leslie Herod for Denver Mayor today.
“I am humbled to be endorsed by the GMDMA, and to have the support of this prestigious organization and its members,” said Rep. Leslie Herod. “The Ministerial Alliance has displayed a mastery of faith, cultural engagement, and civic duty through its member’s work in the community for generations. I look forward to working together to use love, faith, wisdom, and hope to inspire and change our great city for the better.”
The GMDMA has been entrenched in the Denver political scene since its conception but, perhaps more importantly, has been actively engaged with social services and youth empowerment across this incredible state. From programmatic initiatives to legislative partnerships, the GMDMA has been a force of good in the Denver Metro area for decades.
“We salute Leslie Herod for the tremendous work and efforts she has done to make the state of Colorado a place where all people can not only live, but thrive. Because of her dedication and commitment to the people in our communities, we are honored to endorse her for mayor for the city of Denver, Colorado,” said Rev. Dr. Thomas Mayes, President GMDMA.
To learn more about Leslie’s vision for Denver, please visit www.leslieformayor.com, follow her on Facebook @LeslieForDenver, Twitter @LeslieHerod and Instagram @LeslieHerod