Morse wins in tight Colorado Springs district Senate race
With all the votes finally counted, State Senate Majority Leader John Morse, D-Colorado Springs, has officially retained his seat, according to data provided by the El Paso County Clerk and Recorder’s office.
The final vote tally was 13,866 for Morse and 13,526 for Republican Owen Hill notching a margin of 48.29 percent to 47.11 percent. There will be no automatic recall. Democrats will control the Senate by 20 to 15 margin.
All ballots in Colorado must be certified and counted by Friday.
Colorado Pols has reported that Hill conceded
Wednesday morning Tuesday night.
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