COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - Click here for election results in Colorado. Results will start to be shared publicly soon after 7 p.m. and are considered unofficial.
Click here for statewide results including the race for governor, propositions and amendments.
-Unofficial election results may change slightly after the final post on election night. Some reasons for that include the fact that military and overseas ballots are afforded extra time for delivery after Election Day, and voters with signature or identification issues have time to resolve their issue. Voters in those categories have eight days after the election to resolve their issue or return their ballot.
-The Clerk’s Office will not “call” a race for a candidate or issue. Certainly some results will not be in doubt, but the Clerk’s Office does not consider results to be official until after the bipartisan canvass board validates the results.
-There is always the possibility of an automatic or requested recount. Under Colorado law, an automatic recount is only triggered when the vote margin between two candidates or an issue is 0.5 percent of the next closest candidate or issue result. This is not the same as there being a 0.5 percent margin between two candidates.
-Should an automatic recount seem possible, the Clerk and Recorder’s Office will release additional information about the process, cost, and recount timeframe.