Our first round of 2021 Municipal Election endorsements is here! These candidates are bold progressives, running to stand up for racial, social, and economic justice in towns and school systems. We hope you’ll join us in getting out the vote for Working Families champions from now through November.
The Denver chapter of Progressive Democrats of America is honored to announce our endorsement for Adam Fung, candidate for Aurora City Council At-Large. Adam is a champion for unions, working families, and all members of the diverse Aurora community. He is focused on restoring integrity and trust in law enforcement, as well as making sure green and renewable energy is at the forefront of our future. These all are social justice issues PDA is proud to support. This endorsement for Adam Fung’s candidacy is made under Progressive Vote — Colorado, the registered political committee for the Denver Chapter of PDA.
I support Adam Fung for City Council because he is a working class candidate with working class values. He doesn’t just talk a good game, he lives it. He was a leader in his union and knows what workers need to thrive in Aurora. He will fight to ensure our city doesn’t keep splitting between haves and have-nots. He will fight for higher wages, stronger worker protections, and smart development that considers those of us who just want to call Aurora home, not just get rich off of it. Adam in the best choice for City Council at Large.
Adam is someone whose sense of justice led him to fight for workers’ rights, whose compassion leads him to serve the vulnerable in our community, and whose commitment to Aurora has led him to run for city council. We need servant leaders and champions for Aurora’s working families like Adam in office, and I am proud to endorse him for Aurora City Council At-Large.
I'm excited to endorse Adam Fung for Aurora City Council At Large. He understands the lives of our most vulnerable communities because their stories are his story. He will fight for justice, support our immigrant communities, and put working working families first.