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Colorado GOP Will Control the Senate, House of Representatives Remains in Democrat Control

Your Apartment Association government affairs team predicted the outcome in 90 percent of the State and Federal races and initiatives. Colorado Democrats will likely pick up three seats in the House, extending their three-seat majority. Republicans retain the Senate majority.

Colorado - Unofficial Election Results

Presidential Race

President of the United States

  • Hillary Clinton (D) – 46.99% (1,125,763)
  • Donald Trump (R) – 44.88% (1,075,295)
  • Gary Johnson (LBR) – 4.92% (117,827)

Statewide Ballot Initiatives

Amendment 69 (Single Payer Healthcare)

  • Yes/For – 20.30% (471,310)
  • No/Against – 79.70% (1,850,596)

Amendment 70 (Increase in Minimum Wage)

  • Yes/For – 54.30% (1,287,366)
  • No/Against – 45.70% (1,083,496)

Amendment 71 (Distribution and Supermajority Requirements for Initiatives)

  • Yes/For – 56.86% (1,308,335)
  • No/Against – 43.14% (992,595)

Amendment 72 (Increase Tax on Cigarettes)

  • Yes/For – 46.33% (1,099,297)
  • No/Against – 53.67% (1,273,652) 

Proposition 106 (Make Assisted Death Legal Under Some Circumstances)

  • Yes/For – 64.55% (1,521,339)
  • No/Against – 35.45% (835,355)

Proposition 107 (Open Presidential Primary Elections)

  • Yes/For – 63.68% (1,466,495)
  • No/Against – 36.32% (836,517)

 Proposition 108 (Uffiliated Electors Voting in Primaries)

  • Yes/For – 52.43% (1,195,411)
  • No/Against – 47.57% (1,084,791)

Denver Metro Scientific & Cultural Facilities District Tax

  • Yes/For – 62.60% (734,760)
  • No/Against – 37.40% (438,937)

US Senate Race

United States Senator

  • Michael Bennet (D-Incumbent) – 48.90% (1,159,931)
  • Darryl Glenn (R) – 45.84% (1,087,171)
  • Lily Williams (LBR) – 3.37% (80,041)

US Congress Races

US Congress – District 1

  • Diana DeGette (D-Incumbent) – 67.77% (173,674)
  • Charles Stockham (R) – 28.63% (73,376)
  • Darrell Dinges (LBR) – 3.59% (9,208)

US Congress – District 2

  • Jared Polis (D-Incumbent) – 57.02% (233,728)
  • Nicholas Morse (R) – 37.46% (153,558)
  • Richard Longsteth (LBR) – 5.52% (22,610)

US Congress – District 3

  • Scott R. Tipton (R-Incumbent) – 54.65% (184,957)
  • Gail Schwartz (D) – 40.56% (137,285)
  • Gaylon Kent (LBR) – 4.79% (16,195)

US Congress – District 4

  • Bob Seay (D) – 31.33% (113,365)
  • Ken Buck (R-Incumbent) – 64.08% (231,884)
  • Bruce Griffith (LBR) – 4.59% (16,623)

US Congress – District 5

  • Misty Plowright (D) – 30.77% (109,573)
  • Doug Lamborn (R-Incumbent) – 62.40% (222,169)
  • Mike McRedmond (LBR) – 6.83% (24,320)

US Congress – District 6

  • Mike Coffman (R-Incumbent) – 51.55% (162,208)
  • Morgan Carroll (D) – 42.57% (133,963)
  • Norm Olsen (LBR) – 4.60% (14,473)

US Congress – District 7

  • Ed Perlmutter (D-Incumbent) – 55.20% (167,884)
  • George Athanasopoulos (R) – 40.34% (122,702)
  • Martin L. Buchanan (LBR) – 4.46% (13,576)

Regional Transportation District Races

Regional Transportation Director – District A

  • Regan Byrd – 18.27% (8,489)
  • Kate Williams – 34.37% (15,971)
  • Aaron D. Goldhamer – 19.01% (8,834)
  • Mike Cerbo – 28.35% (13,176 ) 

Regional Transportation Director – District D

  • Jeffrey Allen Walker – 100.00% (38,018) 

Regional Transportation Director – District E

  • Claudia L. Folska (Incumbent) – 66.82% (28,176)
  • JM (Maria J) Fay – 33.18% (13,990)

Regional Transportation Director – District F

  • Bob Broom – 100.00% (47,029)

Regional Transportation Director – District G

  • Ken Mihalik – 100.00% (65,663)

Regional Transportation Director – District H

  • Doug Tisdale – 100.00% (70,260)

Regional Transportation Director – District I

  • Véronique Marie Bellamy – 19.93% (13,212)
  • Lee Kemp – 38.70% (25,660)
  • Judy Lubow – 41.37% (27,428) 

Regional Transportation Director – District M

  • Dave Ruchman – 48.74% (32,990)
  • Natalie Menten (Incumbent) – 51.26% (34,690)

County Commissioner Races

 Adams County Commissioner – District 1

  • Alexander ''Skinny'' Winkler (R) – 46.19% (55,922)
  • Eva Henry (D-Incumbent) – 53.81% (65,138)

Adams County Commissioner – District 2

  • Charles ''Chaz'' Tedesco (D-Incumbent) – 50.14% (59,358)
  • Sean Ford (R) – 48.86% (59,037)

Adams County Commissioner – District 3

  • Mary Hodge (D) – 47.43% (56,765)
  • Jan E. Pawlowski (R-Incumbent) – 44.02% (52,689)
  • Renie Roberta Peterson (UAF) – 8.55% (10,229)

Arapahoe County Commissioner – District 1

  • Kathleen Conti (R) – 100.00% (40,180)

Arapahoe County Commissioner – District 3

  • Jeff Baker (R) – 56.28% (29,926)
  • Janet Lee Cook (D) – 43.72% ( 23,252)

Arapahoe County Commissioner – District 5

  • Bill Holen (D-Incumbent) – 65.55% (19,308)
  • Bob LeGare (R) – 34.45% (10,148)

Boulder County Commissioner – District 1

  • Kevin Sipple (R) – 32.72% (47,763)
  • Elise Jones (D-Incumbent) - 67.28% (98,195)

Boulder County Commissioner – District 2

  • Deb Gardner (D-Incumbent) – 62.74% (92,522)
  • Paul Danish (R) – 37.26% (54,951) 

Douglas County Commissioner – District 2

  • Roger Partridge (R-Incumbent) – 58.74% (107,659)
  • Nathaniel Kaiman (D) – 31.26% (48,952)

Douglas County Commissioner – District 3

  • Lora Thomas (R) – 66.46% (103,652)
  • Erica Bullock-Jones (D) – 33.54% (52,301)

Eagle County Commissioner – District 1

  • Jill Ryan (D) – 58.90% (11,868 )
  • Michael DUhay (R) - 41.10% (8,282)

Eagle County Commissioner – District 2

  • Kathy Chandler-Henry (D) – 53.78% (10,914)
  • Rick Beveridge (R) – 46.22% (9,378)

 Elbert County Commissioner – District 1

  • Christopher A. Richardson (R) - 72.95% (10,987)
  • Jill Duvall (D) – 27.05% (4,073 )

Elbert County Commissioner – District 2

  • Daniel Willcox (R) – 77.17% (11,430)
  • Donald Charobee (D) – 22.83% (3,381)

Elbert County Commissioner – District 3

  • Barbara L. Miller (D) – 20.69% (3,098)
  • Grant E. Thayer (R) – 79.31% (11,876 )

El Paso County Commissioner – District 2

  • Mark Waller (R) – 100.00% (50,620) 

El Paso County Commissioner – District 3

  • Electra Johnson (D) – 46.75% (32,816)
  • Stan VanderWerf (R) – 53.25% (37,383)

El Paso County Commissioner – District 4

  • Longinos Gonzalez Jr. (R) – 62.15% (25,340)
  • Liz Rosenbaum (D) – 37.85% (15,430)

Jefferson County Commissioner – District 1

  • Lby Szabo (R-Incumbent) – 53.07% (150,324)
  • Marti J. Smith (D) – 46.93% (132,931)

Jefferson County Commissioner – District 2

  • Casey Tighe (D-Incumbent) – 50.61% (142,465)
  • Frank Teunissen (R) – 49.39% (139,014) 

Larimer County Commissioner – District 2

  • Bill E. Wright (D) – 43.20% (68,776)
  • Steve Johnson (R) – 56.80% (90,446)

Larimer County Commissioner – District 3

  • Karen Leigh Stockley (D) – 44.86% (70,760)
  • Tom Donnelly (R) – 55.14% (86,969)

Pitkin County Commissioner – District 3

  • Greg Poschman (D) – 62.81% (5,741)
  • Scott Writer – 37.19% (3,399)

Pitkin County Commissioner – District 4

  • Steve Child (D-Incumbent) – 100.00% (7,238)

Pitkin County Commissioner – District 5

  • George Newman (D-Incumbent) – 100.00% (6,992)

Pueblo County Commissioner – District 1

  • Terry A. Hart (D) – 100.00% (44,691) 

Pueblo County Commissioner – District 2

  • Brian Mater (R) – 40.78% (24,171)
  • Garrison Ortiz (D) – 49.50% (29,343)
  • Mark Carmel (UAF) – 9.72% (5,760)

Summit County Commissioner – District 2

  • Thomas Davidson (D) - 50.55% (7,049)
  • Bill Wallace (UAF) – 37.94% (5,291)
  • Jonathan Lerner (UAF) – 11.51% (1,605)

Summit County Commissioner – District 3

  • Karn Kristine Stiegelmeier (D) - 61.83% (8,728)
  • Garry 'GW' Horine (UAF) – 38.17% (5,387)

Weld County Commissioner – At-Large

  • Joe Perez (D) – 36.36% (41,292)
  • Sean Conway (R-Incumbent) – 63.64% (72,261)

 Weld County Commissioner – District 1

  • Mike Freeman (R-Incumbent) – 66.75% (23,830)
  • Carl B. Erickson (D) – 33.25% (11,870 )

Weld County Commissioner – District 3

  • Amanda Harper (D) – 33.32% (11,295)
  • Barbara J. Kirkmeyer (R-Incumbent) – 53.21% (18,037)
  • Lynette K Kilpatrick (ACN) – 13.47% (4,568)

Local Ballot Initiatives

Denver County

Denver Initiated Ordinance 300 (Marijuana Social Use)

  • Yes/For – 50.86% (100,284)
  • No/Against – 49.14% (96,893)

Denver Public Schools Issue 3A (Mill Levy Override)

  • Yes/For – 66.71% (129,483)
  • No/Against – 33.29% (64,622)

 Denver Public Schools Issue 3B (Bond)

  • Yes/For – 65.27% (125,627)
  • No/Against – 34.73% (66,837)

Adams County

Westminster 2A

  • Yes/For – 58.05% (14,940)
  • No/Against –  41.95% (10,924)

Federal Heights 2B (Permit retail marijuana)

  • Yes/For –   48.54% (1,366)
  • No/Against – 51.46% (1,407) 

Thornton 2C ($6 million tax increase (sales and use tax) to improve public safety)

  • Yes/For – 42.93% (24,640)
  • No/Against – 56.07% (25,615)

Thornton 2D (Tax increase via a new sales tax on marijuana)

  • Yes/For – 54.85% (24,640)
  • No/Against – 45.15% (20,734)

Lochbuie 2J (Allow retail marijuana stores)

  • Yes/For – 100% (1)
  • No/Against – 0% (0)

Mapleton Schools – 3A

  • Yes/For – 52.42% (4,913)
  • No/Against – 47.58% (4,387)

Mapleton Schools – 3B

  • Yes/For – 48.47%% (4,653)
  • No/Against – 51.53% (4,780)

Aurora Public Schools 3C

  • Yes/For – 55.16% (4,134)
  • No/Against – 44.84% (3,268)

 Adams 12 Five Star Ballot Issue 3D

  • Yes/For –   59.74% (41,516)
  • No/Against –  40.26% (27,633)

Arapahoe County

Sheridan Ballot Issue 2A (Marijuana Tax)

  • Yes/For – 44.1% (729)
  • No/Against – 55.9% (924)

Englewood 2B (Tax increase on marijuana)

  • Yes/For – 46.99% (6,327)
  • No/Against – 53.01% (7,138)

Englewood 2C (Bond for public safety)

  • Yes/For – 59.06% (7,946)
  • No/Against – 40.94% (5,509)

Englewood 300 (Additional sales tax on marijuana)

  • Yes/For – 56.63% (7,676)
  • No/Against – 43.47% (5,879) 

Englewood 301 (Prohibit retail marijuana)

  • Yes/For – 37.12% (5,987)
  • No/Against – 62.88% (10,142)

Cherry Creek School District 3A

  • Yes/For – 54.27% (71,473)
  • No/Against – 45.73% (60,219)

 Cherry Creek School District 3B

  • Yes/For – 50.84% (66,833)
  • No/Against – 49.16% (64,615)

Aurora Public School 3C

  • Yes/For – 57.26% (31,504)
  • No/Against – 42.74 % (23,520)

Englewood Schools 3D

  • Yes/For – 57.12% (6,275)
  • No/Against – 42.88% (4,710)

Englewood Schools 3E

  • Yes/For –   54.55% (5,960)
  • No/Against –  45.45% (4,965)

Boulder County

Boulder Valley School Districts 3A  (Tax Increase)

  • Yes/For – 61.45% (60,317)
  • No/Against – 38.55% (37,644)

St. Vrain School District 3A (Bond)

  • Yes/For – 61.62% (32,896)
  • No/Against – 38.38% (20,492) 

Boulder County 1A (Property tax increase (via mill levy increase) for road and bridge projects)

  • Yes/For – 46.34% (70,517)
  • No/Against – 53.66% (81,243)

Boulder County 1B (Bond for open space acquisition)

  • Yes/For – 61.41% (93,421)
  • No/Against – 38.59% (58,512) 

Boulder County 1C (Tax extension for sustainability infrastructure and programs)

  • Yes/For – 69.43% (106,867)
  • No/Against – 38.59% (47,229) 

Boulder 2H (Tax on sugary beverages)

  • Yes/For – 53.86% (27,857)
  • No/Against – 57.7% (23,723)

Lafayette 2C (Property tax increase to fund bus passes)

  • Yes/For – 45.04% (6,195)
  • No/Against – 54.96% (7,511)

Lafayette 2D (New excise tax on storage rentals)

  • Yes/For – 43.19% (5,837)
  • No/Against – 59.81% (7,546)

Lafayette 2E (Authorize Lafayette to provide municipal broadband)

  • Yes/For – 80.43% (10,674)
  • No/Against – 57.7% (2,587)

Superior 2G (Authorize Superior to provide municipal broadband)

  • Yes/For – 89.64% (4,801)
  • No/Against – 10.36% (549)

Jefferson County

Arvada Ballot Issue 2G (Sales Tax Increase for Roads & Infrastructure)

  • Yes/For – 44.43% (27,784)
  • No/Against – 55.5% (34,978)

Arvada Ballot Issue 2H (High Speed Internet)

  • Yes/For – 71.67% (43,485)
  • No/Against – 28.33% (17,163)

Jefferson County School District 3A

  • Yes/For – 47.76% (144,883)
  • No/Against – 52.24% (158475)

Jefferson County School District 3B

  • Yes/For – 47.10% (142,076)
  • No/Against – 52.9% (159,589)

Golden 2I (Authorize Golden to provide municipal broadband)

  • Yes/For – 76.89% (7,726)
  • No/Against – 23.11% (2,322)

Morrison 2D (Rooftop Patios)

  • Allow – 64.55% (122)
  • Ban – 26.98% (51)

Wheat Ridge 2E (Bond for park improvements, Wadsworth Blvd reconstruction, Ward Commuter Rail Station Area, Mixed-Use development at 38th and Youngfield)

  • Yes/For – 54.98% (9,049)
  • No/Against – 45.02% (7,411)

Larimer County

Fort Collins 2A (Keep all ‘Keep Fort Collins Great’ tax revenue)

  • Yes/For – 72.9% (58,618)
  • No/Against – 27.1% (21,901)

Larimer County 1A (Mental health facility)

  • Yes/For – 47.8% (85,026)
  • No/Against – 52.3% (93271)

Larimer County 1B (Explore county broadband services)

  • Yes/For – 72.2% (120,119)
  • No/Against – 27.8% (46,411) 

Loveland DDA 5D (Property tax increase)

  • Yes/For – 42.3% (343)
  • No/Against – 57.7% (463)

Loveland DDA 5E (Bond)

  • Yes/For – 42.4% (341)
  • No/Against – 57.6% (460)

Colorado State Senate Races

Republicans maintain control.

Republicans: 18

Democrats: 17

Colorado Senate District 4

  • Jim Smallwood (R): 69.4%
  • Christina Riegel (D): 30.5%

Colorado Senate District 8

  • Randy Baumgardner (R): 54.6%
  • Emily Tracy (D): 45.3%

Colorado Senate District 10

  • Owen Hill (R- Incumbent): 66.2%
  • Mark Barrionuevo (D): 24.4%

Colorado Senate District 12

  • Bob Gardner (R): 75.5%
  • Manuel Quintel (L): 24.4%

Colorado Senate District 14

  • John Kefalas (D): 61.9%
  • Hans Hochheimer (R): 38.1% 

Colorado Senate District 18

  • Stephen Fenberg (D): 61.8%
  • Peter Spraitz (R): 38.1%

Colorado Senate District 19

  • Rachel Zenzinger (D): 47.8%
  • Laura Woods (R): 46.1%

Colorado Senate District 23

  • TJ Cole (D): 42.3%
  • Vicki Marble (R): 57.7%

Colorado Senate District 25

  • Kevin Priola (R): 53.8%
  • Jenise May (D): 46.1%

Colorado Senate District 26

  • Daniel Kagan (D): 53.2%
  • Nancy Doty (R): 46.7%

Colorado Senate District 27

  • Jack Tate (R): 53.1%
  • Tom Sullivan (D): 46.8%

Colorado Senate District 28

  • Nancy Todd (D): 55.5%
  • James Woodley (R): 44.4%

Colorado Senate District 29

  • Rhonda Fields (D): 53.7%
  • Sebastian Chunn (R): 40.4%
  • Michele Poague (L): 5.7%

Colorado Senate District 31

  • Lois Court (D): 71.0%
  • Bob Lane (R): 28.9%

Colorado Senate District 33

  • Angela Williams (D): 83.6%
  • Raymon Doane (R): 16.3%

Colorado Senate District 35

  • Larry Crowder (R): 59.7%
  • James Casias (D): 36.2%
  • William Bartley (L): 3.9%

Colorado State House Races

Democrats pick up three seats

Democrats: 37

Republicans: 28

Colorado House District 1

  • Susan Lontine (D): 60.5%
  • Raymond Garcia (R): 39.4% 

Colorado House District 2

  • Alec Garnett (D): 75.6%
  • Paul Linton (R): 24.3%

Colorado House District 3

  • Jeff Bridges (D): 52.5%
  • Katy Brown (R): 47.4%

Colorado House District 4

  • Dan Pabon (D): 78.9%
  • Gavin Halligan (R): 21.0%

Colorado House District 5

  • Crisanta Duran (D): 78.7%
  • Ronnie Nelson (R): 21.2% 

Colorado House District 8

  • Leslie Herod (D): 86.5%
  • Evan Vanderpool (R): 13.4%

Colorado House District 9

  • Paul Rosenthal (D): 67.0%
  • Paul Martin (R): 32.9%

Colorado House District 11

  • Jonathan Singer (D): 60.3%
  • Corey Piper (R): 39.6% 

Colorado House District 12

  • Mike Foote (D): 65.8%
  • Bob Dillon (R): 34.1%

Colorado House District 14

  • Dan Nordberg (R): 72.4%
  • Chris Walters (D): 27.5%

Colorado House District 15

  • Dave Williams (R): 68.0%
  • Sharon Huff (D): 31.9% 

Colorado House District 16

  • Larry Liston (R): 71.9%
  • John Hjersman (L): 28.0%

Colorado House District 17

  • Tony Exum (D): 49.3%
  • Kit Roupe (R): 41.5%
  • Susan Quilleash (L): 9.0% 

Colorado House District 18

  • Pete Lee (D): 53.3%
  • Cameron Forth (R): 39.2%
  • Norman Dawson (L): 7.4%

Colorado House District 19

  • Paul Lundeen (R): 79.6%
  • Tom Reynolds (D): 20.3%

Colorado House District 20

  • Terri Carver (R): 64.2%
  • Julia Endicott (D): 29.9%
  • Judith Darcy (L): 5.7%

Colorado House District 21

  • Lois Landgraf (R): 68.9%
  • Michael Seebeck (L): 31.0%

Colorado House District 22

  • Justin Everett (R): 60.4%
  • Mary Parker (U): 39.5%

Colorado House District 23

  • Chris Kennedy (D): 55.7%
  • Chris Hadsall (R): 44.2%

Colorado House District 24

  • Jessie Danielson (D): 57.0%
  • Joseph Dott (R): 42.9%

Colorado House District 25

  • Tim Leonard (R): 51.7%
  • Tammy Story (D): 48.2%

Colorado House District 26

  • Diane Mitsch Bush (D):60.7%
  • Michael Cacioppo (R): 39.2%

Colorado House District 27

  • Lang Sias (R): 53.6%
  • Wade Norris (D): 40.5%
  • Doug Miracle (U): 5.7% 

Colorado House District 28

  • Brittany Pettersen (D): 56.0%
  • Nancy Pallozzi (R): 36.0%
  • Matthew Hess (L): 7.9% 

Colorado House District 29

  • Tracy Kraft-Tharp (D): 54.4%
  • Susan Kochevar (R): 45.5% 

Colorado House District 30

  • Dafna Michaelson Jenet (D): 52.1%
  • JoAnn Windholz (R): 47.8%

Colorado House District 31

  • Joe Salazar (D): 54.5%
  • Jessica Sandgren (R): 45.4%

Colorado House District 32

  • Adrienne Benavidez (D): 62.8%
  • Alexander Jacobson (R): 37.1% 

Colorado House District 33

  • Matt Gray (D): 52.2%
  • Karen Nelson (R): 41.7%
  • Kim Tavendale (L): 6.0% 

Colorado House District 34

  • Steve Lebsock (D): 50.3%
  • Dustin Johnson (R): 44.7%
  • Jenice Dove (G): 4.9%

Colorado House District 35

  • Faith Winter (D): 56.2%
  • Emily Voss (R): 43.7%

Colorado House District 36

  • Mike Weissman (D): 54.8%
  • Richard Bowman (R): 45.1%

Colorado House District 37

  • Cole Wist (R): 54.3%
  • Carol Barrett (D): 45.6%

Colorado House District 38

  • Susan Beckman (R): 57.5%
  • Robert Bowen (D): 42.4%

Colorado House District 39

  • Polly Lawrence (R): 71.3%
  • Richard Opler (D): 28.6%

Colorado House District 40

  • Janet Buckner (D): 57.3%
  • Todd Brophy (R): 42.6% 

Colorado House District 41

  • Jovan Melton (D): 59.4%
  • Linda Garrison (R): 40.5%

Colorado House District 42

  • Dominique Jackson (D): 67.8%
  • Mike Donald (R): 32.1%

Colorado House District 43

  • Kevin Van Winkle (R): 60.4%
  • Scott Wagner (D): 39.5% 

Colorado House District 44

  • Kim Ransom (R): 64.6%
  • Tim Hicks (D): 35.3%

Colorado House District 45

  • Patrick Neville (R): 70.0%
  • Shantell Schweikart (D): 29.9% 

Colorado House District 47

  • Clarice Navarro (R): 58.6%
  • Jason Munoz (D): 41.3%

Colorado House District 48

  • Steve Humphrey (R): 68.4%
  • Annie King (D): 31.5% 

Colorado House District 49

  • Perry Buck (R): 62.5%
  • Adrian Sweeney (D): 37.4%

Colorado House District 50

  • Dave Young (D): 55.0%
  • John Honeycutt (R): 39.9%
  • Roy Dakroub (L): 5.0%

Colorado House District 51

  • Hugh McKean (R): 60.5%
  • Jody Shadduck-McNally (D): 39.4%

Colorado House District 52

  • Joann Ginal (D): 55.0%
  • Donna Walter (R): 44.9% 

Colorado House District 54

  • Yeulin Willett (R): 77.3%
  • Gilbert Fuller (L): 22.6%

Colorado House District 56

  • Phil Covarrubias (R): 58.9%
  • Matt Snider (D): 35.8%
  • Kevin Gulbranson (L): 5.2%

Colorado House District 59

  • Barbara McLachlan (D): 50.6%
  • Paul Brown (R): 49.3%

Colorado House District 60

  • Jim Wilson (R): 63.6%
  • David Higginbotham (D): 29.9%
  • Glenn Ingalls (L): 6.3%

Colorado House District 61

  • Millie Hamner (D): 56.0%
  • Bob Schutt (R): 43.9%

Colorado House District 62

  • Donald Valdez (D): 54.6%
  • Bob Mattive (R): 45.3%

Colorado House District 63

  • Lori Saine (R): 61.1%
  • Thomas Hudson (D): 30.9%
  • Joe Johnson (L): 7.8%

Colorado House District 64

  • Kimmi Lewis (R): 75.4%
  • Kathleen Conway (D): 24.5%

Colorado House District 65

  • Jon Becker (R): 79.2%
  • Anthony Engelhaupt (D): 20.7% 

Colorado House District 49

  • Adrian “Buzz” Sweeney (D) 37.4%
  • Perry L. Buck (R): 62.6%

Colorado House District 51

  • Hugh McKean (R): 60.6%
  • Jody Shadduck-McNally (D): 39.5%

Colorado House District 52

  • Donna Walter (R): 44.5%
  • Joann Ginal (D): 55.0%

Other State Races

University of Colorado regent at large

  • Alice Madden (D): 48%
  • Heidi Ganahl (R): 52%