Mayor Hancock speaks about debate’s economic impact for Denver

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DENVER -- Mayor Michael Hancock said Denver is "looking at a $15 million economic impact with the debate itself and people coming into town."

"After the Democratic National Convention we hosted in 2008, a couple years later Denver was considered the No. 1 convention destination in the world," said Hancock, a Democrat.

Watch the video above for more from Hancock, who spoke with KWGN's Tom Green Wednesday morning.