Editorial: Boulder City Council candidate endorsements Boulder Daily Camera, October 12
"Yates has served admirably on the City Council, and voters have every reason to retain him in a high position of civic leadership. He is one of the most engaged and accessible members of the Council."  Read the editorial →

Bob Yates: Boulder council candidate doubts city can create enough affordable housing, but can make inroads Boulder Daily Camera, October 11
"I really learned a lot in the last four years. “I’ve learned to communicate better, I’ve learned to collaborate with people, I’ve learned where to get information, I’ve learned what staff I can rely on. I feel like that’s a bit of an investment by the community in me, and an investment in myself. I know I’m a lot more effective now than I was two or three years ago. … I’ll be even more effective in a second term."  Read the story →

Boulder Weekly Editorial October 10
"He’s proven an effective City leader and we endorse him once again. Someone on Council has to be able to count, and that’s Yates."  Read the editorial →

Bob Yates really, really wants to be reelected The Boulder Beat, September 27
"I’ve been learning over the past four years. I know I’m going to be more effective and more efficient in my next four years than I was in my first four years. I think people know what they get with me."  Read the story →

Boulder council candidates offer solutions Boulder Daily Camera, September 26
"Alpine-Balsam: It’s surrounded by a neighborhood right now. While we want to create housing there, I think we also want to make sure it fits into the community. Sometimes density makes sense, and sometimes we need to be more thoughtful about the type and size and massing."  Read the story →

Boulder City Council Candidate Interview: Bob YatesBLDRfly, August 9
"I really, really love this job."  Listen to the podcast →

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