In our ongoing investigation into metro districts, reporter David Migoya this week shows us how developers and homebuilders contribute generously to political candidates where they have ongoing projects. After The Post’s initial stories about metro districts and how they operate, readers told us their concerns about the money some candidates had gotten from metro district developers, particularly because districts are reliant on government approval to exist. Migoya delved into hundreds of pages of campaign finance reports filed with different cities — many of them hand-written reports — as well as several computer spreadsheets detailing the sources of candidates’ funding around the Front Range. It was tedious work chiefly because developers don’t only contribute under their personal name but also under the names of dozens of companies they control.A number of patterns began to emerge as well as a clearer picture of where developers think their contributions are best made. Please note, this story is one of our new Post Premium stories, which are available only to subscribers. — Lee Ann Colacioppo, editor Colorado’s metro district developers among the biggest campaign contributors | Post Premium RELATED: Reporter David Migoya answers your metro district questions Scores of metro district residents are running… Read full this story
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