It was 12:01 a.m. when an annual ritual for some low-income Denverites began anew. The Denver Housing Authority opened its lottery for Section 8 housing choice vouchers, the coveted federal benefit that can cover most or all of a lucky applicant’s rent. For the next 48 hours in mid-September, 19,899 people filed online applications for vouchers, authority officials said.

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