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  Currigan, Thomas G. "Tom"
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  2020-01-01  
 
NameThomas G. "Tom" Currigan
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Denver, Colorado , United States
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Born July 08, 1920
DiedDecember 27, 2014 (94 years)
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Jan 11, 2020 06:43pm
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InfoDenver-native Thomas G. Currigan was elected Mayor in 1963, after a successful eight years as the City Auditor. A dedicated public servant, Mayor Currigan served until 1968. In 1964, a national design competition selected Denver-based William C. Muchow Associates Architects to design a new convention center. The project was completed in 1969 and named after his grandfather, Martin D. Currigan. Under Mayor Currigan’s leadership, the Denver Police Department’s morale increased and the city saw a sharp decline in crime rates. Popular among the people, Mayor Currigan also headed a delegation to Japan. During his Administration, Denver saw great progress and economic improvement, earning the Mayor United Press International’s Colorado Man of the Year in 1968.

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  05/19/1987 Denver Mayor Lost 2.19% (-39.41%)
  05/16/1967 Denver Mayor Won 55.76% (+28.02%)
  06/18/1963 Denver Mayor - Runoff Won 55.95% (+11.89%)
  05/21/1963 Denver Mayor Won 41.90% (+9.75%)
  05/19/1959 Denver Auditor Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  06/21/1955 Denver Auditor - Runoff Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  05/17/1955 Denver Auditor Won 24.65% (+0.06%)
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