COLORADO – Voters across the state made their choice for major positions in Colorado’s government, including Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, and Treasurer. Two of Colorado’s Congressional districts are also up for grabs.
The headline here is the Democrats now control the majority of Colorado’s state government while Republican Congressmen Scott Tipton and Doug Lamborn won re-election bids.
Election results from the Colorado Secretary of State not final as of 1:00 a.m.
Governor of Colorado – 76% reporting
|Jared Polis / Dianne Primavera (D)||985,981||52%|
|Walker Stapleton / Lang Sias (R)||858,527||45%|
|Scott Helker / Michele Poague (Libertarian)||47,309||2%|
|Bill Hammons / Eric Bodenstab (Unity)||18,155||1%|
Colorado Secretary of State – 75% of counties reporting
|Jena Griswold (D)||961,265||51%%|
|Wayne Williams (R) [Incumbent]||883,234||47%|
|Amanda Campell (American Constitution)||35,131||2%|
|Blake Huber (Approval Voting||8,553||0%|
Colorado State Treasurer – 77% reporting.
|Dave Young (D)||950,220||51%|
|Brian Watson (R)||879,276||47%|
|Gerald F. Kilpatrick (American Constitution)||47,562||2%|
Colorado Attorney General – 80% reporting
|Phil Weiser (D)||942,429||50%|
|George Brauchler (R)||900,973||48%|
|William F. Robinson III (Libertarian)||53,724||3%|
Colorado’s 5th Congressional District – 60% reporting
|Doug Lamborn (R) [Incumbent]||136,576||59%|
|Stephany Rose Spaulding (D)||89,243||38%|
|Douglas Randall (Libertarian)||7,672||3%|
Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District – 90% reporting
|Scott Tipton (Republican)||157,316||52%|
|Diane Mitsch Bush (Democratic)||131,407||43%|
|Gaylon Kent (Libertarian)||4,812||2%|
|Mary M. Malarsie (Independent)||9,358||3%|