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Colorado Election Results - The New York Times

By many measures, Colorado is shifting blue. In the governor’s race, Jared Polis, a Democratic congressman from Boulder who made a fortune in e-commerce, defeated state treasurer Walker Stapleton. Mr. Polis will be the country’s first openly gay man to serve as governor.

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Dem. 4 won (+1 seat) 0 lead

Rep. 3 won 0 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Dem. 4 won (+1 seat) 0 lead

Rep. 3 won 0 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

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Live Estimates of the Final Vote in Colorado’s House Races

The estimates for each race are based on the votes reported so far, how those places have voted in previous elections and the results of demographically similar districts where votes have been counted.

Estimated vote margin

Best guess

5%

50% of outcomes

95%

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The estimates for each race are based on the votes reported so far, how those places have voted in previous elections and the results of demographically similar districts where votes have been counted.

Key House Races

U.S. House District 6 ›

Crow Jason CrowDemocrat Dem.144,42253.1%
Coffman* Mike Coffman*Republican Rep.120,67444.3%
Martin Kat MartinLibertarian Lib.3,8331.4%
Chapin Dan ChapinIndependent Ind.3,1971.2%

272,126 votes, 84% reporting (400 of 476 precincts)

* Incumbent

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Jason Crow, a lawyer and former Army Ranger, defeated Mike Coffman, the Republican incumbent who represented the district since 2009. The district has been leaning Democratic, and voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016 by a margin of nearly 10 points.

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Governor ›

Polis Jared PolisDemocrat Dem.943,54651.4%
Stapleton Walker StapletonRepublican Rep.829,98045.2%
Helker Scott HelkerLibertarian Lib.45,0502.5%
Hammons Bill HammonsUnity Unity17,3450.9%

1,835,921 votes, 78% reporting (2,507 of 3,219 precincts)

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Results Map

PolisStapletonHelker
Jefferson

119,133

94,180

5,859

77%
Arapahoe

118,434

86,142

4,585

81%
El Paso

71,871

108,851

5,281

70%
Denver

114,515

32,085

2,720

54%
Larimer

75,990

59,340

3,122

84%
Douglas

56,180

78,235

3,208

92%
Adams

68,358

54,827

4,082

79%
Boulder

91,032

26,217

1,915

76%
Weld

28,765

48,189

2,368

69%
Mesa

21,538

37,320

1,540

97%
Pueblo

24,937

22,630

1,535

76%
Broomfield

17,072

10,833

614

84%
La Plata

14,591

10,938

526

100%
Fremont

6,001

12,538

672

100%
Garfield

9,245

9,042

417

82%
Eagle

11,575

6,719

401

91%
Montrose

5,792

12,390

439

100%
Elbert

3,111

10,516

376

100%
Delta

4,390

8,832

378

90%
Routt

7,558

4,385

266

96%
Summit

7,590

3,543

274

76%
Chaffee

5,406

4,957

288

90%
Montezuma

3,855

6,165

226

73%
Morgan

2,592

6,844

255

94%
Park

3,586

5,381

309

100%
Pitkin

5,782

1,882

133

86%
Logan

1,676

5,686

219

94%
Gunnison

4,118

2,444

175

81%
Archuleta

2,781

3,710

161

100%
Las Animas

2,881

2,920

156

94%
Alamosa

3,010

2,679

181

100%
Moffat

944

4,219

137

92%
Clear Creek

2,829

2,142

166

100%
Grand

2,317

2,547

119

67%
Rio Grande

1,902

2,789

164

100%
Prowers

1,075

2,854

106

93%
Yuma

689

3,226

89

100%
Teller

1,192

2,334

92

13%
Huerfano

1,792

1,647

107

100%
Conejos

1,641

1,747

86

100%
Gilpin

1,800

1,400

112

100%
Rio Blanco

458

2,333

68

60%
Lake

1,663

988

135

100%
Ouray

1,666

1,095

56

100%
Otero

1,013

1,631

108

29%
Custer

851

1,759

64

75%
Saguache

1,513

1,007

93

100%
Kit Carson

454

1,970

62

79%
Washington

290

1,968

57

100%
Lincoln

352

1,611

60

100%
Phillips

397

1,580

45

100%
San Miguel

1,558

420

42

50%
Baca

330

1,440

56

89%
Bent

629

1,086

72

100%
Crowley

392

861

56

100%
Sedgwick

290

856

33

100%
Costilla

727

414

38

67%
Dolores

267

842

28

75%
Cheyenne

133

789

20

80%
Jackson

176

564

33

100%
Kiowa

93

637

22

100%
Mineral

259

319

16

100%
Hinsdale

218

318

19

100%
San Juan

271

167

8

100%
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Attorney General

Weiser Phil WeiserDemocrat Dem.898,65849.5%
Brauchler George BrauchlerRepublican Rep.866,88047.7%
Robinson William RobinsonLibertarian Lib.50,5392.8%

1,816,077 votes, 77% reporting (2,481 of 3,219 precincts)

Results Map

WeiserBrauchlerRobinson
Jefferson

112,197

100,532

5,898

76%
Arapahoe

112,229

91,744

5,398

80%
El Paso

68,417

112,507

6,130

70%
Denver

112,176

34,566

3,061

53%
Larimer

71,522

62,930

3,599

83%
Douglas

51,432

82,475

3,296

91%
Adams

65,318

57,481

4,429

78%
Boulder

88,357

27,877

2,312

76%
Weld

27,436

49,402

2,537

69%
Mesa

19,212

38,944

1,873

95%
Pueblo

24,392

23,542

1,614

75%
Broomfield

16,003

11,533

752

84%
La Plata

14,168

10,831

743

97%
Fremont

5,621

12,935

762

100%
Garfield

9,002

9,179

513

82%
Montrose

5,281

12,786

519

100%
Eagle

11,076

6,793

481

88%
Elbert

2,888

10,724

402

100%
Delta

4,197

9,034

386

90%
Routt

7,212

4,471

334

96%
Summit

7,051

3,776

358

76%
Chaffee

5,195

5,002

379

90%
Morgan

2,595

6,839

279

94%
Montezuma

3,398

5,620

249

64%
Park

3,390

5,467

382

100%
Pitkin

5,606

1,889

189

86%
Logan

1,641

5,699

223

94%
Gunnison

3,994

2,485

197

81%
Archuleta

2,624

3,768

225

100%
Las Animas

2,799

3,033

211

94%
Alamosa

2,977

2,785

167

100%
Moffat

917

4,219

173

92%
Clear Creek

2,723

2,174

239

100%
Grand

2,184

2,623

136

67%
Rio Grande

1,917

2,797

158

100%
Prowers

1,023

2,911

108

93%
Yuma

686

3,208

79

93%
Teller

1,111

2,435

81

13%
Huerfano

1,761

1,680

138

100%
Conejos

1,657

1,767

75

100%
Gilpin

1,733

1,417

161

100%
Ouray

1,629

1,121

69

100%
Otero

932

1,750

113

29%
Rio Blanco

441

2,282

72

60%
Lake

1,612

1,004

145

83%
Custer

796

1,812

81

75%
Saguache

1,462

1,032

105

88%
Kit Carson

399

2,018

57

71%
Washington

300

1,990

53

100%
Lincoln

344

1,639

71

100%
Phillips

408

1,551

48

100%
San Miguel

1,514

434

52

50%
Bent

611

1,148

69

100%
Baca

339

1,403

62

78%
Crowley

389

892

68

100%
Costilla

754

421

28

67%
Sedgwick

274

872

36

100%
Dolores

254

833

27

75%
Cheyenne

119

796

28

80%
Kiowa

106

631

16

100%
Jackson

149

564

29

100%
Mineral

252

316

23

100%
Hinsdale

197

318

26

67%
San Juan

259

173

15

100%
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State Senate

Dem. 5 won 4 lead

Rep. 3 won 5 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Dem. 5 won 4 lead

Rep. 3 won 5 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Candidate
1 80%Sonnenberg* Rep. 20%Gustafson Dem.89%
2 65%Hisey Rep. 35%Harz Dem.73%
3 74%Garcia* Dem. 26%Pickerill Lib.71%
5 59%Donovan* Dem. 41%Lund Rep.86%
6 56%Coram* Rep. 44%Unger Dem.91%
7 64%Scott* Rep. 36%Kennedy Dem.95%
9 71%Lundeen Rep. 30%Armendariz Dem.81%
11 61%Lee Dem. 40%McIntire Rep.58%
13 62%Cooke* Rep. 35%Kelley Dem.70%
15 53%Woodward Rep. 47%Cranston Dem.90%
16 55%Story Dem. 42%Neville* Rep.69%
20 54%Danielson Dem. 43%Jensen Rep.86%
22 57%Pettersen Dem. 43%Sanchez Rep.75%
24 52%Winter Dem. 41%Martinez Humenik* Rep.100%
30 53%Holbert* Rep. 41%Varnell-Sarjeant Dem.93%
32 71%Rodriguez Dem. 26%Calonder Rep.56%
34 82%Gonzales Dem. 18%Alley Rep.51%
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* Incumbent 

State House

Dem. 10 won 28 lead

Rep. 6 won 21 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Dem. 10 won 28 lead

Rep. 6 won 21 lead

Ind. 0 won 0 lead

Candidate
1 61%Lontine* Dem. 35%Padilla Rep.55%
2 0%Garnett* Dem.Uncontested
3 60%Bridges* Dem. 40%Mushovic Rep.77%
4 82%Gonzales-Gutierrez Dem. 19%John Rep.53%
5 78%Valdez Dem. 19%Whitney Rep.42%
6 0%Hansen* Dem.Uncontested
7 83%Coleman* Dem. 18%Kucera Rep.39%
8 0%Herod* Dem.Uncontested
9 70%Sirota Dem. 30%Lane Rep.54%
10 87%Hooton* Dem. 13%Hendrickson Rep.68%
11 67%Singer* Dem. 33%Donahue Rep.74%
12 75%Lewis Dem. 25%Stets Ind.80%
13 72%Becker* Dem. 28%Sipple Rep.70%
14 69%Sandridge* Rep. 31%Haddick Dem.76%
15 63%Williams* Rep. 37%Krause Dem.61%
16 62%Liston* Rep. 35%Smith Dem.78%
17 55%Exum* Dem. 45%Roupe Rep.44%
18 57%Snyder Dem. 36%Fabian Rep.68%
19 76%Geitner Rep. 24%Zanders Dem.70%
20 64%Carver* Rep. 36%Jarnig Dem.85%
21 62%Landgraf* Rep. 38%Rosenbaum Dem.58%
22 53%Larson Rep. 47%Kastetter Dem.74%
23 62%Kennedy* Dem. 38%Poston Rep.76%
24 62%Duran Dem. 38%Erwin Rep.77%
25 53%Cutter Dem. 48%Szutenbach Rep.68%
26 61%Roberts* Dem. 37%Mills Rep.91%
27 50%Pyne Rep. 50%Titone Dem.97%
28 58%Tipper Dem. 39%Alley Rep.73%
29 58%Kraft-Tharp* Dem. 39%Nouis Rep.77%
30 55%Michaelson Jenet* Dem. 45%Kochevar Rep.64%
31 54%Caraveo Dem. 40%Figueroa Rep.97%
32 0%Benavidez* Dem.Uncontested
33 58%Gray* Dem. 36%Rutherford Rep.83%
34 59%Mullica Dem. 42%Winkler* Rep.86%
35 58%Bird Dem. 38%Baker Rep.95%
36 59%Weissman* Dem. 41%Bowman Rep.67%
37 53%Sullivan Dem. 47%Wist* Rep.89%
38 51%Beckman* Rep. 49%Kolker Dem.90%
39 62%Baisley Rep. 35%Vanderkolk Dem.63%
40 62%Buckner* Dem. 38%Bassett Rep.78%
41 62%Melton* Dem. 38%Weinstein Rep.77%
42 71%Jackson* Dem. 29%Donald Rep.57%
43 54%Van Winkle* Rep. 45%Rothe Dem.93%
44 58%Ransom* Rep. 42%Aiken Dem.82%
45 62%Neville* Rep. 38%Kombo Dem.90%
46 58%Esgar* Dem. 42%Ambler Rep.74%
47 51%Bendell Rep. 50%Buentello Dem.67%
48 69%Humphrey* Rep. 31%Ajiboye Dem.78%
49 59%Buck* Rep. 41%Duffy Dem.80%
50 51%Thuener Rep. 49%Galindo Dem.61%
51 56%McKean* Rep. 44%Shaffer Dem.92%
52 64%Ginal* Dem. 36%Walter Rep.88%
53 0%Arndt* Dem.Uncontested
54 66%Soper Rep. 34%Chase Ind.81%
55 63%Rich Rep. 37%Travis Dem.100%
56 57%Bockenfeld Rep. 40%Rose Dem.75%
57 64%Rankin* Rep. 36%Wilhelm Dem.83%
58 66%Catlin* Rep. 35%Cagin Dem.84%
59 56%McLachlan* Dem. 44%Jones Ind.93%
60 60%Wilson* Rep. 37%Kelley Dem.96%
61 62%McCluskie Dem. 38%Mason Rep.85%
62 56%Valdez* Dem. 44%Honeycutt Rep.84%
63 61%Saine* Rep. 35%Bobian Dem.69%
64 75%Lewis* Rep. 25%Nilson Baird Dem.96%
65 76%Pelton Rep. 24%McCall Dem.91%
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* Incumbent 

Ballot Measures

Amendment ARemoval From Constitution of Forced Unpaid Labor for Criminals

Yes Yes1,143,62364.9%
No No617,75835.1%

1,761,381 votes, 75% reporting (2,413 of 3,219 precincts)

Amendment YIndependent Commission for Congressional Redistricting

A 12-member commission would be created to approve boundary maps for Colorado's congressional districts.

Yes Yes1,251,20771.2%
No No505,96828.8%

1,757,175 votes, 75% reporting (2,408 of 3,219 precincts)

Amendment ZIndependent Commission for State Legislative Redistricting

A 12-member commission would be created to approve boundary maps for state legislative districts. The measure would also establish requirements for the maps and for who can serve on the commission, including restrictions on prior and current elected officials.

Yes Yes1,233,22670.8%
No No508,28029.2%

1,741,506 votes, 74% reporting (2,391 of 3,219 precincts)

Amendment VReduce Age Qualification for Legislative Members

No No1,168,60765.2%
Yes Yes622,62534.8%

1,791,232 votes, 76% reporting (2,454 of 3,219 precincts)

Amendment WRevise Language for Judicial Retention Votes

Yes Yes913,40553.2%
No No803,54246.8%

1,716,947 votes, 73% reporting (2,362 of 3,219 precincts)

Amendment XRedefine Industrial Hemp

Yes Yes1,040,28160.7%
No No673,60639.3%

1,713,887 votes, 73% reporting (2,358 of 3,219 precincts)

Amendment 73Taxes and Education

The state's flat income tax would be replaced with a system of tax brackets, and rates raised for taxpayers earning more than $150,000 a year; corporate income tax rates would be increased; and a public education fund would be created.

No No994,69955.8%
Yes Yes789,46844.2%

1,784,167 votes, 76% reporting (2,447 of 3,219 precincts)

Amendment 74Property Devaluation Compensation

No No956,86553.5%
Yes Yes832,21646.5%

1,789,081 votes, 76% reporting (2,453 of 3,219 precincts)

Amendment 75Expand Campaign Fund Limits

No No1,155,78466.1%
Yes Yes591,63833.9%

1,747,422 votes, 75% reporting (2,400 of 3,219 precincts)

Proposition 109Bonds for Transportation Projects

No No1,085,43861.2%
Yes Yes686,89938.8%

1,772,337 votes, 75% reporting (2,428 of 3,219 precincts)

Proposition 110Transportation Bond and Sales Tax Increase

No No1,063,83559.7%
Yes Yes717,38840.3%

1,781,223 votes, 76% reporting (2,441 of 3,219 precincts)

Proposition 111Cap Payday Loan Costs

Yes Yes1,350,91576.7%
No No411,46723.3%

1,762,382 votes, 75% reporting (2,417 of 3,219 precincts)

Proposition 112Minimum Distance Established for Oil, Gas and Fracking Projects

No No1,033,55157.1%
Yes Yes777,63742.9%

1,811,188 votes, 77% reporting (2,479 of 3,219 precincts)

Secretary of State

Griswold Jena GriswoldDemocrat Dem.920,29450.7%
Williams* Wayne Williams*Republican Rep.853,72647.0%
Campbell Amanda CampbellAmC AmC33,5041.8%
Huber Blake HuberIndependent Ind.8,0580.4%

1,815,582 votes, 77% reporting (2,483 of 3,219 precincts)

* Incumbent

Treasurer

Young Dave YoungDemocrat Dem.910,06850.4%
Watson Brian WatsonRepublican Rep.848,89447.1%
Kilpatrick Gerald KilpatrickAmC AmC45,1752.5%

1,804,137 votes, 77% reporting (2,468 of 3,219 precincts)

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