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Colorado: Governor/Lieutenant Governor

Total Votes: 1,969,667 Reporting: 97
Bob Beauprez / Jill Repella (R) 915,195
46%
John Hickenlooper / Joe Garcia (D) 962,590
49%
Winner Winner
Harry Hempy / Scott Olson (G) 25,737
1%
Matthew Hess / Brandon Young (L) 37,667
2%
Mike Dunafon / Robin J. Roberts (N/A) 22,837
1%
Paul Noel Fiorino / Charles George Whitley (N/A) 5,641
0%
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Colorado: U.S. Senator

Total Votes: 1,968,833 Reporting: 96
Mark Udall (D) 901,467
46%
Cory Gardner (R) 959,498
49%
Winner Winner
Gaylon Kent (L) 50,479
3%
Raúl Acosta (N/A) 23,025
1%
Bill Hammons (U) 6,124
0%
Steve Shogan (N/A) 28,240
1%
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Colorado: Secretary of State

Total Votes: 1,900,940 Reporting: 96
Joe Neguse (D) 846,620
45%
Wayne W. Williams (R) 910,254
48%
Winner Winner
Amanda Campbell (AC) 74,318
4%
Dave Schambach (L) 69,748
4%
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Colorado: State Treasurer

Total Votes: 1,895,118 Reporting: 96
Walker Stapleton (R) 953,881
50%
Winner Winner
Betsy Markey (D) 844,456
45%
David Jurist (L) 96,781
5%
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Colorado: Attorney General

Total Votes: 1,881,321 Reporting: 96
Don Quick (D) 788,320
42%
Cynthia Coffman (R) 977,978
52%
Winner Winner
David K. Williams (L) 115,023
6%
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Colorado: Amendment 67 Personhood

Shall there be an amendment to the Colorado constitution protecting pregnant women and unborn children by defining “person” and “child” in the Colorado criminal code and the Colorado wrongful death act to include unborn human beings?
Total Votes: 1,929,422 Reporting: 96
Yes/For 681,346
35%
No/Against 1,248,076
65%
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Colorado: Amendment 68 Racetrack Casinos

Shall state taxes be increased $114,500,000 annually in the first fiscal year, and by such amounts that are raised thereafter by imposing a new tax on authorized horse racetracks' adjusted gross proceeds from limiting gaming to increase statewide funding for K-12 education, and, in connection therewith amending the Colorado constitution to permit limited gaming in addition to pre-existing pari-mutel wagering at one qualified horse racetrack in each of the counties of Arapahoe, Mesa and Pueblo; authorizing to conduct limited gaming; allowing all resulting revenue to be collected and spent notwithstanding any limitations provided by law; and allocating the resulting tax revenues to a fund to be distributed to school districts and the charter school institute for K-12 education?
Total Votes: 1,945,864 Reporting: 96
Yes/For 570,965
29%
No/Against 1,374,899
71%
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El Paso Co.: Governor/Lieutenant Governor

Total Votes: 227,662
Bob Beauprez / Jill Repella (R) 138,865
61%
John Hickenlooper / Joe Garcia (D) 76,491
34%
Harry Hempy / Scott Olson (G) 3,203
1%
Matthew Hess / Brandon Young (L) 5,439
2%
Mike Dunafon / Robin J. Roberts (U) 2,699
1%
Paul Noel Fiorino / Charles George Whitley (U) 679
0%
Write-In Votes 286
0%
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El Paso Co. U.S. Senator

Total Votes: 228,100
Mark Udall (D) 73,023
32%
Cory Gardner (R) 141,185
62%
Gaylon Kent (L) 6,283
3%
Raul Acosta (N/A) 2,598
1%
Bill Hammons (U) 996
0%
Steve Shogan (N/A) 3,560
2%
Write-In Votes 455
0%
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El Paso Co.: U.S. Rep. District 5

Total Votes: 222,298 Reporting: 80
Irv Halter (D) 89,855
40%
Doug Lamborn (R) 132,443
60%
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El Paso Co.: Secretary of State

Total Votes: 220,408 Reporting: 80
Joe Neguse (D) 60,313
27%
Wayne W. Williams (R) 143,035
65%
Amanda Campbell (AC) 8,923
4%
Dave Schambach (L) 8,137
4%
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El Paso Co.: State Treasurer

Total Votes: 218,425 Reporting: 80
Walker Stapleton (R) 138,517
63%
Betsy Markey (D) 68,530
31%
David Jurist (L) 11,378
5%
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El Paso Co.: Attorney General

Total Votes: 217,973 Reporting: 80
Don Quick (D) 64,254
29%
Cynthia Coffman (R) 141,009
65%
David K. Williams (L) 12,710
6%
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El Paso Co. State Senate District 2

Total Votes: 14,049 Reporting: 80
Kevin J. Grantham (R) 10,970
78%
Winner Winner
Martin T. Wirth (G) 3,079
22%
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El Paso Co.: State Senate District 9

Total Votes: 53,747 Reporting: 0
Kent Lambert (R) 53,747
100%
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El Paso Co.: State Senate District 11

Total Votes: 36,009 Reporting: 80
Michael Merrifield (D) 18,781
52%
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Bernie Herpin (R) 14,952
42%
Norman 'Paotie' Dawson (L) 2,276
6%
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El Paso Co.: State Rep. District 14

Total Votes: 30,915 Reporting: 80
Dan Nordberg (R) 23,374
76%
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Glenn Carlson (D) 7,541
24%
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El Paso Co. State Rep. District 15

Total Votes: 24,348 Reporting: 80
Lois A. Fornander (D) 7,335
30%
Gordon Klingenschmitt (R) 17,013
70%
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El Paso Co.: State Rep. District 16

Total Votes: 28,297 Reporting: 80
Ryan Macoubrie (D) 9,446
33%
Janak Joshi (R) 18,851
67%
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El Paso Co.: State Rep. District 17

Total Votes: 14,289 Reporting: 80
Thomas 'Tony' Exum Sr. (D) 6,464
45%
Kit Roupe (R) 6,758
47%
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Susan Quilleash (L) 1,067
7%
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El Paso Co.: State Rep. District 18

Total Votes: 28,749 Reporting: 80
Michael Schlierf (R) 12,784
44%
Pete Lee (D) 15,965
56%
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El Paso Co.: State Rep. District 19

Total Votes: 31,456 Reporting: 0
Paul Lundeen (R) 31,456
100%
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El Paso Co.: State Rep. District 20

Total Votes: 23,055 Reporting: 0
Terri Carver (R) 23,055
100%
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El Paso Co.: State Rep. District 21

Total Votes: 12,293 Reporting: 0
Lois Landgraf (R) 12,293
100%
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El Paso Co.: County Commissioner District 1

Total Votes: 53,417 Reporting: 80
Thomas Joseph Nieman (D) 10,763
20%
Darryl Glenn (R) 42,654
80%
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El Paso Co.: County Commissioner District 5

Total Votes: 39,776 Reporting: 80
Jariah R. Walker (D) 14,659
37%
Peggy Littleton (R) 25,117
63%
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El Paso Co.: County Clerk and Recorder

Total Votes: 161,676 Reporting: 0
Chuck Broerman (R) 161,676
100%
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El Paso Co.: County Treasurer

Total Votes: 161,423 Reporting: 0
Mark Lowderman (R) 161,423
100%
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El Paso Co.: County Assessor

Total Votes: 160,188
Steve Schleiker (R) 160,188
100%
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El Paso Co.: County Sheriff

Total Votes: 163,275 Reporting: 0
Bill Elder (R) 163,275
100%
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El Paso Co.: County Surveyor

Total Votes: 160,008 Reporting: 0
G. Lawrence Burnett (R) 160,008
100%
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El Paso Co.: County Coroner

Total Votes: 161,114 Reporting: 0
Robert Bux (R) 161,114
100%
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El Paso Co.: Amendment 67 Personhood Amendment

Shall there be an amendment to the Colorado constitution protecting pregnant women and unborn children by defining “person” and “child” in the Colorado criminal code and the Colorado wrongful death act to include unborn human beings?
Total Votes: 224,617 Reporting: 80
Yes/For 110,706
49%
No/Against 113,911
51%
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El Paso Co.: Amendment 68 Racetrack Casinos

Shall state taxes be increased $114,500,000 annually in the first fiscal year, and by such amounts that are raised thereafter by imposing a new tax on authorized horse racetracks' adjusted gross proceeds from limiting gaming to increase statewide funding for K-12 education, and, in connection therewith amending the Colorado constitution to permit limited gaming in addition to pre-existing pari-mutel wagering at one qualified horse racetrack in each of the counties of Arapahoe, Mesa and Pueblo; authorizing to conduct limited gaming; allowing all resulting revenue to be collected and spent notwithstanding any limitations provided by law; and allocating the resulting tax revenues to a fund to be distributed to school districts and the charter school institute for K-12 education?
Total Votes: 225,099 Reporting: 80
Yes/For 57,705
26%
No/Against 167,394
74%
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El Paso Co.: Question 1A Retain Revenue For Parks

SHALL THE COUNTY OF EL PASO, COLORADO BE PERMITTED TO RETAIN AND EXPEND $2,044,758 IN EXCESS REVENUE RESTRICTED ONLY TO FUND IMPROVEMENTS TO TRAILS, NATURE CENTERS, REGIONAL PARKS SUCH AS BEAR CREEK, BLACK FOREST, FALCON, FOUNTAIN CREEK, FOX RUN, HOMESTEAD RANCH AND THE PAINT MINES, AND THE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS, ACQUISITION OF AND IMPROVEMENTS TO OPEN SPACE AREAS, AND RESTORATION OF PARKS FACILITIES AND TRAILS DAMAGED BY FIRES AND FLOODS FOR THE BENEFIT OF ALL CITIZENS IN THE CITIES, TOWNS AND UNINCORPORATED AREAS OF EL PASO COUNTY, WITH THE UNDERSTANDING THAT SUCH EXCESS REVENUE WOULD OTHERWISE BE REFUNDED ONLY TO OWNERS OF TAXABLE REAL PROPERTY AS A ONE-TIME $8.41 CREDIT ON PROPERTY TAX STATEMENTS PURSUANT TO THE 2013 FISCAL YEAR SPENDING LIMITATION REQUIRED BY ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION?
Total Votes: 217,466 Reporting: 80
Yes 153,084
70%
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No 64,382
30%
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El Paso Co.: Question 1B Stormwater

Are you in favor of funding emergency needs caused by flooding, the planning, designing, and construction of new, competitively bid, stormwater capital improvements, and operation and maintenance of new and existing stormwater systems through the collection of a fee on real property set by a drainage authority to be named the Pikes Peak Regional Drainage Authority (“PPRDA”), which would establish an enterprise which by law is not subject to the limitations of Section 20 of Article X of the Colorado Constitution (The Taxpayers Bill of Rights), and which would include participation by the City of Colorado Springs, El Paso County, the City of Manitou Springs, the City of Fountain, and the Town of Green Mountain Falls, with collection of the fee beginning in 2016, with a fee rate structure which is fixed for 20 years resulting in a fee for the average residential property of $7.70 per month, raising a maximum amount of $39,275,650 for 2016, and guaranteeing not more than 1% of gross revenue for administration expenses, with 55% of net revenue used for capital improvements, 35% for operation and maintenance, and 10% for emergency and planning needs, with the capital improvement portion of the fee sunsetting in 20 years, and funding the following recommended project list? (See full list at link on the right-hand side)
Total Votes: 198,950 Reporting: 80
Yes 92,920
47%
No 106,030
53%
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El Paso Co. Question 1C Sheriff Term Limits

Shall persons elected to the office of El Paso County Sheriff be limited to serving two consecutive four-year terms, a limit consistent with that of other county elected offices and and a reduction of the current voter-approved limit of three consecutive four-year terms?
Total Votes: 218,695 Reporting: 80
Yes 176,008
80%
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No 42,687
20%
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El Paso Co.: Question 2B Town of Ramah Retail Marijuana Legalization

Shall the establishment and operation of retail marijuana cultivation facilities, retail marijuana product manufacturing facilities, retail marijuana testing facilities and retail marijuana stores (collectively called “Retail Marijuana Establishments”) be permitted in the Town of Ramah, Colorado subject to the requirements of the Colorado Retail Marijuana Code and regulations to be adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Town of Ramah?
Total Votes: 56 Reporting: 80
Yes 12
21%
No 44
79%
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El Paso Co.: Question 2G Manitou Springs Prohibit Marijuana Sales

Shall a new Chapter 18.85 be added to the Manitou Springs Municipal Code to read as follows: "CHAPTER 18.85 - RETAIL MARIJUANA ESTABLISHMENTS PROHIBITED. 18.85.010 - Prohibition. The use of property as a marijuana retail store as those establishments are defined in Article XVIII, Section 16 of the Colorado Constitution is prohibited within the corporate limits of the City.
Total Votes: 2,769 Reporting: 80
Yes 968
35%
No 1,801
65%
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El Paso Co.: Question 300 Palmer Lake Marijuana Tax

Shall the Town of Palmer Lake Municipal Code be amended as to permit for the taxation, regulation and licensing of retail marijuana, subject to the regulations, conditions, and limitations set forth in the initiative petition?
Total Votes: 1,344
Yes 631
47%
No 713
53%
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El Paso Co.: Question 301 Palmer Lake Prohibit Marijuana Sales

Whereas, under the Federal Controlled Substances Act of 1970, a Federal law pertaining to all states, municipalities and citizens of the United States of America, marijuana (also known as cannabis) may not be sold for recreational purposes anywhere within the United States; and Whereas, the Town of Palmer Lake has in April of 2014 sought the voters’ opinion as to whether it should allow the sale of recreational marijuana, with the majority voting “NO” by a margin of 538 to 481; and Whereas, it is in the best interests of the citizens of the Town of Palmer Lake to remove this issue from voter consideration for a definitive period of time; now Therefore, without affecting the medical marijuana protections in the Colorado Constitution, shall the Town of Palmer Lake prohibit the operation of retail marijuana stores until at least November 7, 2017 and thereafter until repealed by vote of the electorate?
Total Votes: 1,341 Reporting: 80
Yes 707
53%
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No 634
47%
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Pueblo Co.: Governor

Total Votes: 55,292 Reporting: 80
John Hickenlooper (D) 27,343
49%
Bob Beauprez (R) 24,934
45%
Matthew Hess (LIB) 1,021
2%
Mike Dunafon (NA) 959
2%
Harry Hempy (GRN) 658
1%
Paul Noel Fiorino (U) 320
1%
Write-In 57
0%
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Pueblo Co.: U.S. Senator

Total Votes: 55,414 Reporting: 80
Mark Udall (D) 25,693
46%
Cory Gardner (R) 25,781
47%
Gaylon Kent (Lib) 1,384
2%
Raul Acosta (NA) 1,141
2%
Steve Shogan (NA) 991
2%
Bill Hammons (U) 320
1%
Write-In 104
0%
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Pueblo Co.: U.S. Rep. District 3

Total Votes: 55,378 Reporting: 80
Scott Tipton (R) 26,656
48%
Abel Tapia (D) 25,561
46%
Tisha T. Casida (U) 2,232
4%
Travis Mero (LIB) 929
2%
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Pueblo Co.: Secretary of State

Total Votes: 54,232 Reporting: 80
Joe Neguse (D) 24,925
46%
Wayne W. Williams (R) 24,933
46%
Amanda Campbell (AC) 2,817
5%
Dave Schambach (L) 1,557
3%
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Pueblo Co.: State Treasurer

Total Votes: 54,076 Reporting: 80
Walker Stapleton (R) 25,152
47%
Betsy Markey (D) 26,804
50%
David Jurist (L) 2,120
4%
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Pueblo Co.: Attorney General

Total Votes: 53,953 Reporting: 80
Don Quick (D) 24,970
46%
Cynthia Coffman (R) 26,391
49%
David K. Williams (L) 2,592
5%
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Pueblo Co.: State Board of Education District 3

Total Votes: 54,207
Henry C. Roman (D) 33,199
61%
Marcia Neal (R) 21,008
39%
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Pueblo Co.: State Senate District 3

Total Votes: 46,966 Reporting: 80
Leroy M. Garcia Jr. (D) 25,606
55%
George Rivera (R) 21,360
45%
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Pueblo Co.: State Rep. District 46

Total Votes: 29,017 Reporting: 80
Brian Mater (R) 14,003
48%
Daneya Esgar (D) 15,014
52%
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Pueblo Co.: State Rep. District 47

Total Votes: 17,935 Reporting: 80
Clarice Navarro (R) 11,066
62%
Lucretia 'Robbie' Robinson (D) 6,869
38%
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Pueblo Co.: State Rep. District 62

Total Votes: 6,864 Reporting: 80
Marcy Freeburg (R) 2,517
37%
Ed Vigil (D) 4,347
63%
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Pueblo Co.: County Commissioner District 3

Total Votes: 54,551 Reporting: 80
Sal Pace (D) 29,892
55%
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Dr. Tom Ready (R) 24,659
45%
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Pueblo Co.: Clerk and Recorder

Total Votes: 55,019 Reporting: 80
Victor Head (R) 26,572
48%
Gilbert 'Bo' Ortiz (D) 28,447
52%
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Pueblo Co.: County Treasurer

Total Votes: 40,915
Del Olivas (D) 40,915
100%
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Pueblo Co.: County Assessor

Total Votes: 41,160
Frank R. Beltran (D) 41,160
100%
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Pueblo Co.: County Sheriff

Total Votes: 54,769 Reporting: 80
Kirk M. Taylor (D) 32,652
60%
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Victor Boley (R) 22,117
40%
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Pueblo Co.: County Surveyor

Total Votes: 40,726
Randy Reeves (D) 40,726
100%
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Pueblo Co.: County Coroner

Total Votes: 53,839 Reporting: 80
Brian Cotter (R) 28,234
52%
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Eric Sorensen (D) 25,605
48%
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Pueblo Co.: Amendment 67 Personhood

Shall there be an amendment to the Colorado constitution protecting pregnant women and unborn children by defining “person” and “child” in the Colorado criminal code and the Colorado wrongful death act to include unborn human beings?
Total Votes: 54,147 Reporting: 80
Yes/For 24,275
45%
No/Against 29,872
55%
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Pueblo Co.: Amendment 68 Racetrack Casinos

Shall state taxes be increased $114,500,000 annually in the first fiscal year, and by such amounts that are raised thereafter by imposing a new tax on authorized horse racetracks' adjusted gross proceeds from limiting gaming to increase statewide funding for K-12 education, and, in connection therewith amending the Colorado constitution to permit limited gaming in addition to pre-existing pari-mutel wagering at one qualified horse racetrack in each of the counties of Arapahoe, Mesa and Pueblo; authorizing to conduct limited gaming; allowing all resulting revenue to be collected and spent notwithstanding any limitations provided by law; and allocating the resulting tax revenues to a fund to be distributed to school districts and the charter school institute for K-12 education?
Total Votes: 54,941 Reporting: 80
Yes/For 16,267
30%
No/Against 38,674
70%
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Pueblo Co.: Question 2A Retail Marijuana Taxes

SHALL THE CITY OF PUEBLO’S TAXES BE INCREASED BY $986,249 ANNUALLY (FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR INCREASE) BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2015 AND BY WHATEVER AMOUNTS ARE RAISED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER, THROUGH THE ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 8754 IMPOSING AN EXCISE TAX OF 8.0% WHEN UNPROCESSED RETAIL MARIJUANA IS FIRST SOLD OR TRANSFERRED BY A RETAIL MARIJUANA CULTIVATION FACILITY AND BY IMPOSING AN ADDITIONAL SALES TAX OF 4.3% ON THE SALE OF RETAIL MARIJUANA AND RETAIL MARIJUANA PRODUCTS WITH THE RATE OF EITHER OR BOTH TAXES BEING ALLOWED TO BE DECREASED OR INCREASED WITHOUT FURTHER VOTER APPROVAL SO LONG AS THE RATE OF EITHER TAX DOES NOT EXCEED 15.0% AND SHALL ALL REVENUES DERIVED FROM SUCH TAXES BE COLLECTED, RETAINED AND SPENT, NOTWITHSTANDING ANY LIMITATIONS PROVIDED BY LAW, AS A VOTER APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE AND AN EXCEPTION TO THE LIMITS WHICH WOULD OTHERWISE APPLY PURSUANT TO ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW AND ALLOWING SUCH REVENUE TO BE EXPENDED AS THE CITY COUNCIL SHALL DETERMINE?
Total Votes: 32,492 Reporting: 80
Yes 15,518
48%
No 16,974
52%
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Pueblo Co.: Question 200 Public Safety Tax

SHALL THE CITY OF PUEBLO’S TAXES BE INCREASED BY $986,249 ANNUALLY (FIRST FULL FISCAL YEAR INCREASE) BEGINNING JANUARY 1, 2015 AND BY WHATEVER AMOUNTS ARE RAISED ANNUALLY THEREAFTER, THROUGH THE ADOPTION OF ORDINANCE NO. 8754 IMPOSING AN EXCISE TAX OF 8.0% WHEN UNPROCESSED RETAIL MARIJUANA IS FIRST SOLD OR TRANSFERRED BY A RETAIL MARIJUANA CULTIVATION FACILITY AND BY IMPOSING AN ADDITIONAL SALES TAX OF 4.3% ON THE SALE OF RETAIL MARIJUANA AND RETAIL MARIJUANA PRODUCTS WITH THE RATE OF EITHER OR BOTH TAXES BEING ALLOWED TO BE DECREASED OR INCREASED WITHOUT FURTHER VOTER APPROVAL SO LONG AS THE RATE OF EITHER TAX DOES NOT EXCEED 15.0% AND SHALL ALL REVENUES DERIVED FROM SUCH TAXES BE COLLECTED, RETAINED AND SPENT, NOTWITHSTANDING ANY LIMITATIONS PROVIDED BY LAW, AS A VOTER APPROVED REVENUE CHANGE AND AN EXCEPTION TO THE LIMITS WHICH WOULD OTHERWISE APPLY PURSUANT TO ARTICLE X, SECTION 20 OF THE COLORADO CONSTITUTION OR ANY OTHER LAW AND ALLOWING SUCH REVENUE TO BE EXPENDED AS THE CITY COUNCIL SHALL DETERMINE?
Total Votes: 32,491 Reporting: 80
Yes 8,406
26%
No 24,085
74%
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Alamosa Co.: Referendum 1A Recreational Marijuana

Total Votes: 5,112 Reporting: 80
Yes 2,119
41%
No 2,993
59%
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Fremont Co.: Canon City Referendum 2C Retail Marijuana

Total Votes: 6,148 Reporting: 80
Yes 2,366
38%
No 3,782
62%
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Alamosa Co.: Governor

Total Votes: 11,213
Bob Beauprez/Jill Repella (R) 7,312
65%
John Hickenlooper/Joe Garcia (D) 3,222
29%
Harry Hempy/Scott Olson (G) 187
2%
Matthew Hess/Brandon Young (L) 302
3%
Mike Dunafon/Robin J. Roberts (N/A) 158
1%
Paul Noel Fiorino/Charles George Whitley (N/A) 32
0%
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Alamosa Co.: U.S. Senator

Total Votes: 5,096
Mark Udall (D) 2,422
48%
Cory Gardner (R) 2,323
46%
Gaylon Kent (L) 108
2%
Raul Acosta (N/A) 153
3%
Bill Hammons (U) 27
1%
Steve Shogan (N/A) 63
1%
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Alamosa Co.: U.S. Rep. District 3

Total Votes: 5,047
Scott R. Tipton (R) 2,595
51%
Abel J. Tapia (D) 2,151
43%
Travis Mero (L) 88
2%
Tisha T. Castro (N/A) 213
4%
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Alamosa Co.: Secretary of State

Total Votes: 4,993
Joe Neguse (D) 2,342
47%
Wayne W. Williams (R) 2,185
44%
Amanda Campbell (AC) 320
6%
Dave Schambach (L) 146
3%
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Alamosa Co.: State Treasurer

Total Votes: 4,942
Walker Stapleton (R) 2,213
45%
Betsy Markey (D) 2,506
51%
David Jurist (L) 223
5%
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Alamosa Co.: Attorney General

Total Votes: 4,910
Don Quick (D) 2,106
43%
Cynthia Coffman (R) 2,515
51%
David K. Williams (L) 289
6%
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Alamosa Co.: State Board of Education District

Total Votes: 4,838
Henry C. Roman (D) 2,400
50%
Marcia Neal (R) 2,438
50%
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Alamosa Co.: State Rep. District 62

Total Votes: 5,010
Marcy Freeburg (R) 1,934
39%
Ed Vigil (D) 3,076
61%
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Alamosa Co.: County Sheriff

Total Votes: 5,059
Robert Jackson (D) 3,451
68%
James McCloskey (N/A) 1,608
32%
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Alamosa Co.: County Surveyor

Total Votes: 4,626
Daniel M. Russell (R) 3,118
67%
Keith E. Luttrell (N/A) 1,508
33%
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Alamosa Co.: Amendment 67 Personhood

Total Votes: 5,039
Yes/For 2,042
41%
No/Against 2,997
59%
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Alamosa Co.: Amendment 68 Racetrack Casino

Total Votes: 5,095
Yes 1,432
28%
No 3,663
72%
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Baca Co.: Governor

Total Votes: 1,865 Reporting: 100
Bob Beauprez/Jill Repella (R) 1,353
73%
Winner Winner
John Hickenlooper/Joe Garcia (D) 406
22%
Harry Hempy/Scott Olson (G) 21
1%
Matthew Hess/Brandon Young (L) 48
3%
Mike Dunafon/Robin J. Roberts (N/A) 18
1%
Paul Noel Fiorino/Charles George Whitley (N/A) 19
1%
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Baca Co.: U.S. Senator

Total Votes: 1,858 Reporting: 100
Mark Udall (D) 353
19%
Cory Gardner (R) 1,373
74%
Winner Winner
Gaylon Kent (L) 64
3%
Raul Acosta (N/A) 23
1%
Bill Hammons (U) 10
1%
Steve Shogan (N/A) 35
2%
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Baca Co.: U.S. Rep. District 4

Total Votes: 1,796 Reporting: 100
Vic Meyers (D) 321
18%
Ken Buck (R) 1,355
75%
Winner Winner
Jess Loban (L) 61
3%
Grant Doherty (N/A) 59
3%
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Baca Co.: Secretary of State

Total Votes: 1,763 Reporting: 100
Joe Neguse (D) 363
21%
Wayne W. Williams (R) 1,208
69%
Winner Winner
Amanda Campbell (AC) 130
7%
Dave Schambach (L) 62
4%
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Baca Co.: State Treasurer

Total Votes: 1,759 Reporting: 100
Walker Stapleton (R) 1,172
67%
Winner Winner
Betsy Markey (D) 508
29%
David Jurist (L) 79
4%
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Baca Co.: Amendment 67 Personhood

Total Votes: 1,829 Reporting: 100
Yes/For 917
50%
Winner Winner
No/Against 912
50%
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Baca Co.: Amendment 68 Racetrack Casinos

Total Votes: 1,862 Reporting: 100
Yes/For 581
31%
No/Against 1,281
69%
Winner Winner
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Conejos Co.: Governor

Total Votes: 3,491
Bob Beauprez/Jill Repella (R) 1,642
47%
John Hickenlooper/Joe Garcia (D) 1,723
49%
Harry Hempy/Scott Olson (G) 38
1%
Matthew Hess/Brandon Young (L) 40
1%
Mike Dunafon/Robin J. Roberts 35
1%
Paul Noel Fiorino/Charles George Whitley (N/A) 13
0%
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Conejos Co.: U.S. Senator

Total Votes: 3,461
Mark Udall (D) 1,617
47%
Cory Gardner (R) 1,659
48%
Winner Winner
Gaylon Kent (L) 65
2%
Raul Acosta (N/A) 79
2%
Bill Hammons (U) 10
0%
Steve Shogan (N/A) 31
1%
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Conejos Co.: U.S. Rep. District 3

Total Votes: 3,472
Scott R. Tipton (R) 1,788
51%
Abel J. Tapia (D) 1,562
45%
Travis Mero (L) 32
1%
Tisha T. Casida (N/A) 90
3%
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Conejos Co.: Secretary of State

Total Votes: 3,408
Joe Neguse (D) 1,596
47%
Wayne W. Williams (R) 1,564
46%
Amanda Campbell (AC) 194
6%
Dave Schambach (L) 54
2%
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Conejos Co.: State Treasurer

Total Votes: 3,363
Walker Stapleton (R) 1,551
46%
Betsy Markey (D) 1,731
51%
David Jurist (L) 81
2%
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Conejos Co.: Attorney General

Total Votes: 3,387
Don Quick (D) 1,534
45%
Cynthia Coffman (R) 1,747
52%
David K. Williams (L) 106
3%
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Conejos Co.: State Board of Education District 3

Total Votes: 3,336
Henry C. Roman (D) 1,663
50%
Marcia Neal (R) 1,673
50%
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Conejos Co.: State Rep. District 62

Total Votes: 3,457
Marcy Freeburg (R) 1,376
40%
Ed Vigil (D) 2,081
60%
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Conejos Co.: County Treasurer

Total Votes: 3,516
Gilbert Garcia (D) 1,016
29%
Mack M. Crowther (R) 2,500
71%
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Conejos Co.: County Commissioner District 2

Total Votes: 3,515
Robert 'Bobby' Chavez (D) 1,471
42%
Mitchell Jarvies (R) 2,044
58%
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Conejos Co.: County Sheriff

Total Votes: 3,464
Jacob Ortiz (D) 1,196
35%
Howard Galvez (R) 2,268
65%
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Conejos Co.: County Coroner

Total Votes: 3,502
Leslie Salazar (D) 1,578
45%
Richard Martin (R) 1,924
55%
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Conejos Co.: Amendment 67 Personhood

Total Votes: 3,375
Yes/For 1,738
51%
No/Against 1,637
49%
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Conejos Co.: Amendment 68 Racetrack Casinos

Total Votes: 3,431
Yes/For 955
28%
No/Against 2,476
72%
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Conejos Co.: Proposition 2A Medical Marijuana in La Jara

Total Votes: 304
Yes 87
29%
No 217
71%
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Conejos Co.: Proposition 2B Recreational Marijuana in La Jara

Total Votes: 305
Yes 83
27%
No 222
73%
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Costilla Co.: Governor

Total Votes: 1,394 Reporting: 99
Bob Beauprez/Jill Repella (R) 395
28%
John Hickenlooper/Joe Garcia (D) 923
66%
Harry Hempy/Scott Olson (G) 26
2%
Matthew Hess/Brandon Young (L) 20
1%
Mike Dunafon/Robin J. Roberts (N/A) 24
2%
Paul Noel Fiorino/Charles George Whitley (N/A) 6
0%
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Costilla Co.: U.S. Senator

Total Votes: 1,374 Reporting: 99
Mark Udall (D) 894
65%
Cory Gardner (R) 389
28%
Gaylon Kent (L) 33
2%
Raul Acosta (N/A) 43
3%
Bill Hammons (U) 7
1%
Steve Shogan (N/A) 8
1%
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Costilla Co.: U.S. Rep. District 3

Total Votes: 1,373 Reporting: 99
Scott R. Tipton (R) 415
30%
Abel J. Tapia (D) 891
65%
Travis Mero (L) 24
2%
Tisha T. Casida (N/A) 43
3%
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Costilla Co.: Secretary of State

Total Votes: 1,359 Reporting: 99
Joe Neguse (D) 886
65%
Wayne W. Williams (R) 346
25%
Amanda Campbell (AC) 90
7%
Dave Schambach (L) 37
3%
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Costilla Co.: State Treasurer

Total Votes: 1,350 Reporting: 99
Walker Stapleton (R) 362
27%
Betsy Markey (D) 931
69%
David Jurist (L) 57
4%
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Costilla Co.: Attorney General

Total Votes: 1,345 Reporting: 99
Don Quick (D) 825
61%
Cynthia Coffman (R) 421
31%
David K. Williams (L) 99
7%
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Costilla Co.:State Board of Education District 3

Total Votes: 1,325 Reporting: 99
Henry C. Roman (D) 904
68%
Marcia Neal (R) 421
32%
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Costilla Co.: State Rep. District 62

Total Votes: 1,418 Reporting: 99
Marcy Freeburg (R) 342
24%
Ed Vigil (D) 1,076
76%
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Costilla Co.: Amendment 67 Personhood

Total Votes: 1,342 Reporting: 99
Yes/For 600
45%
No/Against 742
55%
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Costilla Co.: Amendment 68 Racetrack Casinos

Total Votes: 1,368 Reporting: 99
Yes/For 484
35%
No/Against 884
65%
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Crowley Co.: Governor

Total Votes: 1,210 Reporting: 100
Bob Beauprez/Jill Repella (R) 877
72%
Winner Winner
John Hickenlooper/Joe Garcia (D) 333
28%
Harry Hempy/Scott Olson (G)
0%
Matthew Hess/Brandon Young (L)
0%
Mike Dunafon/Robin J. Roberts (N/A)
0%
Paul Noel Fiorino/Charles George Whitley (N/A)
0%
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Crowley Co.:U.S. Senator

Total Votes: 1,212 Reporting: 99
Mark Udall (D) 340
28%
Cory Gardner (R) 872
72%
Winner Winner
Gaylon Kent (L)
0%
Raul Acosta (N/A)
0%
Bill Hammons (U)
0%
Steve Shogan (N/A)
0%
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Crowley Co.: U.S. Rep. District 4

Total Votes: 1,313 Reporting: 99
Vic Meyers (D) 327
25%
Ken Buck (R) 894
68%
Winner Winner
Jess Loban (L) 31
2%
Grant Doherty (N/A) 61
5%
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Crowley Co.: State Treasurer

Total Votes: 1,276 Reporting: 99
Walker Stapleton (R) 816
64%
Winner Winner
Betsy Markey (D) 400
31%
David Jurist (L) 60
5%
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Crowley Co.: Attorney General

Total Votes: 1,265 Reporting: 99
Don Quick (D) 320
25%
Cynthia Coffman (R) 878
69%
Winner Winner
David K. Williams (L) 67
5%
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Crowley Co.: Amendment 67 Personhood

Total Votes: 1,289 Reporting: 99
Yes/For 631
49%
No/Against 658
51%
Winner Winner
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Crowley Co.: Amendment 68 Racetrack Casinos

Total Votes: 1,311 Reporting: 99
Yes/For 334
25%
No/Against 977
75%
Winner Winner
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Custer Co.: Governor

Total Votes: 1,760
Bob Beauprez/Jill Repella (R) 1,154
66%
John Hickenlooper/Joe Garcia (D) 547
31%
Harry Hempy/Scott Olson (G) 14
1%
Matthew Hess/Brandon Young (L) 25
1%
Mike Dunafon/Robin J. Roberts (N/A) 16
1%
Paul Noel Fiorino/Charles George Whitley (N/A) 4
0%
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Custer Co.: U.S. Senator

Total Votes: 1,748
Mark Udall (D) 527
30%
Cory Gardner (R) 1,147
66%
Gaylon Kent (L) 32
2%
Raul Acosta (N/A) 25
1%
Bill Hammons (U) 3
0%
Steve Shogan (N/A) 14
1%
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Custer Co.: U.S. Rep. District 3

Total Votes: 1,738
Scott R. Tipton (R) 1,213
70%
Abel J. Tapia (D) 457
26%
Travis Mero (L) 30
2%
Tisha T. Casida (N/A) 38
2%
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Custer Co.: Secretary of State

Total Votes: 1,692
Joe Neguse (D) 466
28%
Wayne W. Williams (R) 1,137
67%
Amanda Campbell (AC) 46
3%
Dave Schambach (L) 43
3%
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Custer Co.: State Treasurer

Total Votes: 1,679
Walker Stapleton (R) 1,116
66%
Betsy Markey (D) 506
30%
David Jurist (L) 57
3%
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Custer Co.: Attorney General

Total Votes: 1,664
Don Quick (D) 448
27%
Cynthia Coffman (R) 1,157
70%
David K. Williams (L) 59
4%
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Custer Co.: State Board of Education

Total Votes: 1,634
Henry C. Roman (D) 494
30%
Marcia Neal (R) 1,140
70%
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Custer Co.: County Sheriff

Total Votes: 1,619
Shannon Byerly (R) 1,401
87%
Larry Sanders (AC) 218
13%
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Custer Co.: Amendment 67 Personhood

Total Votes: 1,721
Yes/For 813
47%
No/Against 908
53%
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Custer Co.: Amendment 68 Racetrack Casinos

Total Votes: 1,746
Yes/For 319
18%
No/Against 1,427
82%
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Fremont Co.: Governor

Total Votes: 6,070 Reporting: 80
Bob Beauprez/Jill Repella (R)
0%
John Hickenlooper/Joe Garcia (D) 4,912
81%
Harry Hempy/Scott Olson (G) 274
5%
Matthew Hess/Brandon Young (L) 450
7%
Mike Dunafon/Robin J. Roberts (N/A) 343
6%
Paul Noel Fiorino/Charles George Whitley (N/A) 91
1%
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Fremont Co.: U.S. Senator

Total Votes: 17,173 Reporting: 80
Mark Udall (D) 4,760
28%
Cory Gardner (R) 11,057
64%
Gaylon Kent (L) 621
4%
Raul Acosta (N/A) 318
2%
Bill Hammons (U) 81
0%
Steve Shogan (N/A) 336
2%
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Fremont Co.: U.S. Rep. District 5

Total Votes: 16,702 Reporting: 80
Irv Halter (D) 6,360
38%
Doug Lamborn (R) 10,342
62%
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Fremont Co.: Secretary of State

Total Votes: 16,741 Reporting: 80
Joe Neguse (D) 4,363
26%
Wayne W. Williams (R) 10,526
63%
Amanda Campbell (AC) 1,201
7%
Dave Schambach (L) 651
4%
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Fremont Co.: State Treasurer

Total Votes: 16,834 Reporting: 80
Walker Stapleton (R) 10,724
64%
Betsy Markey (D) 5,083
30%
David Jurist (L) 1,027
6%
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Fremont Co.: Attorney General

Total Votes: 16,677 Reporting: 80
Don Quick (D) 4,376
26%
Cynthia Coffman (R) 11,127
67%
David K. Williams (L) 1,174
7%
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Fremont Co.: State Senate District 2

Total Votes: 16,007 Reporting: 80
Kevin J. Grantham (R) 12,589
79%
Martin T. Wirth (G) 3,418
21%
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Fremont Co.: County Commissioner District 2

Total Votes: 16,012 Reporting: 80
Debbie Bell (R) 10,786
67%
Katie McCallister (N/A) 5,226
33%
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Fremont Co.: County Sheriff

Total Votes: 16,621 Reporting: 80
James 'Jim' Beicker (R) 12,476
75%
Skip Moreau (N/A) 4,145
25%
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Fremont Co.: Amendment 67 Personhood

Total Votes: 16,950
Yes/For 8,680
51%
No/Against 8,270
49%
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Fremont Co.: Amendment 68 Racetrack Casinos

Total Votes: 17,178 Reporting: 80
Yes/For 3,969
23%
No/Against 13,209
77%
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Huerfano Co.: Governor

Total Votes: 3,189 Reporting: 100
Bob Beauprez/Jill Repella (R) 1,442
45%
John Hickenlooper/Joe Garcia (D) 1,547
49%
Winner Winner
Harry Hempy/Scott Olson (G) 61
2%
Matthew Hess/Brandon Young (L) 45
1%
Mike Dunafon/Robin J. Roberts (N/A) 67
2%
Paul Noel Fiorino/Charles George Whitley (N/A) 27
1%
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Huerfano Co.: U.S. Senator

Total Votes: 3,193 Reporting: 100
Mark Udall (D) 1,503
47%
Winner Winner
Cory Gardner (R) 1,446
45%
Gaylon Kent (L) 88
3%
Raul Acosta (N/A) 85
3%
Bill Hammons (U) 16
1%
Steve Shogan (N/A) 55
2%
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Huerfano Co.: U.S. Rep. District 3

Total Votes: 3,188 Reporting: 100
Scott R. Tipton (R) 1,548
49%
Winner Winner
Abel J. Tapia (D) 1,422
45%
Travis Mero (L) 71
2%
Tisha T. Casida (N/A) 147
5%
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Huerfano Co.: Secretary of State

Total Votes: 3,083 Reporting: 100
Joe Neguso (D) 1,437
47%
Winner Winner
Wayne W. Williams (R) 1,332
43%
Amanda Campbell (AC) 206
7%
Dave Schambach (L) 108
4%
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Huerfano Co.: State Treasurer

Total Votes: 3,024 Reporting: 100
Walker Stapleton (R) 1,349
45%
Betsy Markey (D) 1,535
51%
Winner Winner
David Jurist (L) 140
5%
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Huerfano Co.: Attorney General

Total Votes: 3,016 Reporting: 100
Don Quick (D) 1,390
46%
Cynthia Coffman (R) 1,451
48%
Winner Winner
David K. Williams (L) 175
6%
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Huerfano Co.: State Board of Education District 3

Total Votes: 3,051 Reporting: 100
Henry C. Roman (D) 1,586
52%
Winner Winner
Marcia Neal (R) 1,465
48%
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Huerfano Co.: State Rep. District 62

Total Votes: 3,060 Reporting: 100
Marcy Freeburg (R) 1,509
49%
Ed Vigil (D) 1,551
51%
Winner Winner
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Huerfano Co.: County Commissioner District 3

Total Votes: 3,202 Reporting: 100
Gerald Cisneros (D) 1,261
39%
Winner Winner
Keith Varner (R) 1,024
32%
Oress J. Deherrera (N/A) 321
10%
Fred Rodriguez (N/A) 596
19%
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Huerfano Co.: County Clerk and Recorder

Total Votes: 3,171 Reporting: 100
Nancy Cruz (D) 2,434
77%
Winner Winner
Scott D. King (N/A) 737
23%
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Huerfano Co.: County Assessor

Total Votes: 3,152 Reporting: 100
Louise 'Chuky' Sandoval (D) 1,915
61%
Winner Winner
Wilma C. Martinez (R) 1,237
39%
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Huerfano Co.: County Sheriff

Total Votes: 3,210 Reporting: 100
Jim Chamberlain (R) 1,192
37%
Bruce Newman (D) 2,018
63%
Winner Winner
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Huerfano Co.: Amendment 67 Personhood

Total Votes: 3,098 Reporting: 100
Yes/For 1,402
45%
No/Against 1,696
55%
Winner Winner
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Huerfano Co.: Amendment 68 Racetrack Casinos

Total Votes: 3,162 Reporting: 100
Yes/For 989
31%
No/Against 2,173
69%
Winner Winner
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Huerfano Co.: Question 1A Tax on Commercial Marijuana

Total Votes: 3,156 Reporting: 100
Yes 2,445
77%
Winner Winner
No 711
23%
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Huerfano Co.: Question 2A Walsenburg Sales Tax

Total Votes: 1,181 Reporting: 100
Yes 512
43%
No 669
57%
Winner Winner
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Kiowa Co.: Governor

Total Votes: 757
Bob Beauprez/Jill Repella (R) 604
80%
John Hickenlooper/Joe Garcia (D) 113
15%
Harry Hempy/Scott Olson (G) 4
1%
Matthew Hess/Brandon Young (L) 14
2%
Mike Dunafon/Robin J. Roberts (N/A) 20
3%
Paul Noel Fiorino/Charles George Whitley (N/A) 2
0%
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Kiowa Co.: U.S. Senator

Total Votes: 761
Mark Udall (D) 107
14%
Cory Gardner (R) 616
81%
Gaylon Kent (L) 16
2%
Raul Acosta (N/A) 8
1%
Bill Hammons (U) 3
0%
Steve Shogan (N/A) 11
1%
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Kiowa Co.: U.S. Rep. District 4

Total Votes: 747
Vic Meyers (D) 84
11%
Ken Buck (R) 602
81%
Jess Loban (L) 16
2%
Grant Doherty (N/A) 45
6%
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Kiowa Co.: Secretary of State

Total Votes: 714
Joe Neguse (D) 92
13%
Wayne W. Williams (R) 573
80%
Amanda Campbell (AC) 39
5%
Dave Schambach (L) 10
1%
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Kiowa Co.: State Treasurer

Total Votes: 715
Walker Stapleton (R) 537
75%
Betsy Markey (D) 168
23%
David Jurist (L) 10
1%
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Kiowa Co.: Attorney General

Total Votes: 699
Don Quick (D) 95
14%
Cynthia Coffman (R) 585
84%
David K. Williams (L) 19
3%
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Kiowa Co.: County Commissioner District 2

Total Votes: 705
Cindy McLoud (R) 515
73%
William E. Koehler (D) 190
27%
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Kiowa Co.: Amendment 67 Personhood

Total Votes: 753
Yes/For 366
49%
No/Against 387
51%
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Kiowa Co.: Amendment 68 Racetrack Casinos

Total Votes: 776
Yes/For 275
35%
No/Against 501
65%
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Las Animas Co.: Governor

Total Votes: 5,554 Reporting: 99
Bob Beauprez/Jill Repella (R) 2,706
49%
Winner Winner
John Hickenlooper/Joe Garcia (D) 2,544
46%
Harry Hempy/Scott Olson (G) 56
1%
Matthew Hess/Brandon Young (L) 131
2%
Mike Dunafon/Robin J. Roberts (N/A) 83
1%
Paul Noel Fiorino/Charles George Whitley (N/A) 34
1%
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Las Animas Co.: U.S. Senator

Total Votes: 5,150 Reporting: 99
Mark Udall (D) 2,363
46%
Cory Gardner (R) 2,787
54%
Winner Winner
Gaylon Kent (L)
0%
Raul Acosta (N/A)
0%
Bill Hammons (U)
0%
Steve Shogan (N/A)
0%
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Las Animas Co.: U.S. Rep. District 4

Total Votes: 5,420 Reporting: 99
Vic Meyers (D) 2,114
39%
Ken Buck (R) 2,811
52%
Winner Winner
Jess Loban (L) 160
3%
Grant Doherty (N/A) 335
6%
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Las Animas Co.: Secretary of State

Total Votes: 5,357 Reporting: 99
Jim Neguse (D) 2,455
46%
Winner Winner
Wayne W. Williams (R) 2,426
45%
Amanda Campbell (AC) 318
6%
Dave Schambach (L) 158
3%
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Las Animas Co.: State Treasurer

Total Votes: 5,345 Reporting: 99
Walker Stapleton (R) 2,434
46%
Betsy Markey (D) 2,678
50%
Winner Winner
David Jurist (L) 233
4%
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Las Animas Co.: Attorney General

Total Votes: 5,283 Reporting: 99
Don Quick (D) 2,358
45%
Cynthia Coffman (R) 2,639
50%
Winner Winner
David K. Williams (L) 286
5%
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Las Animas Co.: County Commissioner

Total Votes: 5,143 Reporting: 99
Jim D. Montoya (D) 2,056
40%
Mack Louden (R) 3,087
60%
Winner Winner
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Las Animas Co.: County Treasurer

Total Votes: 5,568
Donna J. Leonetti (D) 3,258
59%
Winner Winner
Ed Trommeter (R) 2,310
41%
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Las Animas Co.: County Sheriff

Total Votes: 5,518 Reporting: 99
James W. Casias (D) 3,511
64%
Winner Winner
Tony Fatur (R) 2,007
36%
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Las Animas Co.: Amendment 67 Personhood

Total Votes: 0 Reporting: 99
Yes/For (2780)
No/Against (2618)
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Las Animas Co.: Amendment 68 Racetrack Casinos

Total Votes: 5,519 Reporting: 99
Yes/For 1,848
33%
No/Against 3,671
67%
Winner Winner
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Otero Co.: Governor

Total Votes: 6,657
Bob Beauprez/Jill Repella (R) 3,694
55%
John Hickenlooper/Joe Garcia (D) 2,583
39%
Harry Hempy/Scott Olson (G) 57
1%
Matthew Hess/Brandon Young (L) 149
2%
Mike Dunafon/Robin J. Roberts (N/A) 129
2%
Paul Noel Fiorino/Charles George Whitley (N/A) 45
1%
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Otero Co.: U.S. Senator

Total Votes: 6,602
Mark Udall (D) 2,314
35%
Cory Gardner (R) 3,794
57%
Gaylon Kent (L) 211
3%
Raul Acosta (N/A) 147
2%
Bill Hammons (U) 35
1%
Steve Shogan (N/A) 101
2%
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Otero Co.: U.S. Rep. District 4

Total Votes: 6,545
Vic Meyers (D) 2,143
33%
Ken Buck (R) 4,025
61%
Jess Loban (L) 161
2%
Grant Doherty (N/A) 216
3%
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Otero Co.: Secretary of State

Total Votes: 6,507
Joe Neguse (D) 2,237
34%
Wayne W. Williams (R) 3,690
57%
Amanda Campbell (AC) 450
7%
Dave Schambach (L) 130
2%
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Otero Co.: State Treasurer

Total Votes: 6,463
Walker Stapleton (R) 3,590
56%
Betsy Markey (D) 2,634
41%
David Jurist (L) 239
4%
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Otero Co.: Attorney General

Total Votes: 6,438
Don Quick (D) 2,324
36%
Cynthia Coffman (R) 3,822
59%
David K. Williams (L) 292
5%
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Otero Co.: State Rep. District 47

Total Votes: 6,517
Clarice Navarro (R) 4,530
70%
Lucretia 'Robbie' Robinson (D) 1,987
30%
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Otero Co.: County Sheriff

Total Votes: 6,436
Shawn M. Mobley (R) 3,580
56%
Randy Garrett (N/A) 2,856
44%
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Otero Co.: Amendment 67 Personhood

Total Votes: 6,556
Yes/For 3,210
49%
No/Against 3,346
51%
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Otero Co.: Amendment 68 Racetrack Casinos

Total Votes: 6,646
Yes/For 1,869
28%
No/Against 4,777
72%
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Otero Co.: Ballot Question 2B Retail Marijuana in La Junta

Total Votes: 2,299
Yes 922
40%
No 1,377
60%
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Prowers Co.: Governor

Total Votes: 3,969 Reporting: 100
Bob Beauprez/Jill Repella (R) 2,718
68%
Winner Winner
John Hickenlooper/Joe Garcia (D) 1,050
26%
Harry Hempy/Scott Olson (G) 32
1%
Matthew Hess/Brandon Young (L) 74
2%
Mike Dunafon/Robin J. Roberts (N/A) 73
2%
Paul Noel Fiorino/Charles George Whitley (N/A) 22
1%
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Prowers Co.: U.S. Senator

Total Votes: 3,969 Reporting: 100
Mark Udall (D) 885
22%
Cory Gardner (R) 2,864
72%
Winner Winner
Gaylon Kent (L) 84
2%
Raul Acosta (N/A) 72
2%
Bill Hammons (U) 11
0%
Steve Shogan (N/A) 53
1%
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Prowers Co.: U.S. Rep. District 4

Total Votes: 3,933 Reporting: 100
Vic Meyers (D) 860
22%
Ken Buck (L) 2,876
73%
Winner Winner
Jess Loban (L) 81
2%
Grant Doherty (N/A) 116
3%
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Prowers Co.: Secretary of State

Total Votes: 3,852 Reporting: 100
Joe Neguse (D) 1,010
26%
Wayne W. Williams (R) 2,516
65%
Winner Winner
Amanda Campbell (AC) 266
7%
Dave Schambach (L) 60
2%
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Prowers Co.: State Treasurer

Total Votes: 10,786 Reporting: 100
Walker Stapleton (R) 7,144
66%
Winner Winner
Betsy Markey (D) 3,003
28%
David Jurist (L) 639
6%
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Prowers Co.: Attorney General

Total Votes: 3,843 Reporting: 100
Don Quick (D) 884
23%
Cynthia Coffman (R) 2,788
73%
Winner Winner
David K. Williams (L) 171
4%
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Prowers Co.: County Sheriff

Total Votes: 3,875 Reporting: 100
Samuel C. Zordel (R) 2,235
58%
Winner Winner
Ron Manly (N/A) 1,640
42%
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Prowers Co. Amendment 67 Personhood

Total Votes: 3,882 Reporting: 100
Yes/For 1,791
46%
No/Against 2,091
54%
Winner Winner
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Prowers Co.: Amendment 68 Racetrack Casinos

Total Votes: 3,988 Reporting: 100
Yes/For 1,506
38%
No/Against 2,482
62%
Winner Winner
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Teller Co.: Governor

Total Votes: 11,213
Bob Beauprez/Jill Repella (R) 7,312
65%
John Hickenlooper/Joe Garcia (D) 3,222
29%
Harry Hempy/Scott Olson (G) 187
2%
Matthew Hess/Brandon Young (L) 302
3%
Mike Dunafon/Robin J. Roberts (N/A) 158
1%
Paul Noel Fiorino/Charles George Whitley (N/A) 32
0%
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Teller Co.: U.S. Senator

Total Votes: 11,175
Mark Udall (D) 3,136
28%
Cory Gardner (R) 7,282
65%
Gaylon Kent (L) 431
4%
Raul Acosta (N/A) 111
1%
Bill Hammons (UN) 32
0%
Steve Shogan (N/A) 183
2%
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Teller Co.: U.S. Rep. District 5

Total Votes: 10,876
Irv Halter (D) 3,826
35%
Doug Lamborn (R) 7,050
65%
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Teller Co.: Secretary of State

Total Votes: 10,940
Joe Neguse (D) 2,731
25%
Wayne W. Williams (R) 7,104
65%
Amanda Campbell (AC) 625
6%
Dave Schambach (L) 480
4%
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Teller Co.: State Treasurer

Total Votes: 8,280
Walker Stapleton (R) 5,529
67%
Betsy Markey (D) 2,318
28%
David Jurist (L) 433
5%
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Teller Co.: Attorney General

Total Votes: 10,866
Don Quick (D) 2,712
25%
Cynthia Coffman (R) 7,420
68%
David K. Williams (L) 734
7%
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Teller Co.: State Senate District 2

Total Votes: 10,237
Kevin J. Grantham (R) 7,796
76%
Martin T. Wirth (G) 2,441
24%
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Teller Co.: State Rep. District 39

Total Votes: 10,601
James Clark Huff (D) 2,906
27%
Polly Lawrence (R) 7,695
73%
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Teller Co.: Sheriff

Total Votes: 10,961
Michael Ensminger (R) 6,432
59%
Mark Manriquez (N/A) 4,529
41%
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Teller Co.: Amendment 67 Personhood

Total Votes: 11,046
Yes/For 5,230
47%
No/Against 5,816
53%
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Teller Co.: Amendment 68 Racetrack Casinos

Total Votes: 11,182
Yes/For 1,959
18%
No/Against 9,223
82%

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