The successor to long term Denver prosecutor Bill Ritter, who is being forced out of office by a term limit, will be decided in a Democratic primary next month. The Denver Post says the three candidates are stressing their street work on local crimes. Mitch Morrissey, a 20-year career prosecutor, says the fact that he is the only candidate who works in the district attorney's office means people should vote for him. Morrissey criticized opponent Beth McCann . . .
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