From The Denver Post (Lynn Bartels):
The candidates debated a range of issues, from taxes to transportation to water. The debate was one of several held as part of the fall meeting of Club 20, which represents governments, businesses and civic organizations in western Colorado…
The Democrat opened by reminding members of Club 20 he was invited to speak at their fall meeting in 2004, the year after he was elected mayor. “The big thing I talked about that day was water,” he said. “I said as a state we need a more collaborative approach to water. I told you I was willing to lead that effort.” He said that in the past six years Denver Water users have reduced their consumption by 20 percent.
More 2010 Colorado elections coverage here.