Updated: HD-13: Results, Levy Wins

The Rocky Mountain News is declaring Claire Levy the winner of HD-13. There is no Republican challenger, so she will be the new representative for the district.

[Update] Claire Levy is leading with 66.7%. Jim Rettew has 33.3%. With 26 of 71 precincts reporting.

[Update] Claire Levy is leading with 67.1%. Jim Rettew has 32.9%. With 14 of 71 precincts reporting.

[Update] Claire Levy is leading with 67.3%. Jim Rettew has 32.7%. With 9 of 71 precincts reporting.

Early voting shows that House District 13 candidate Claire Levy is leading with 67.2%. Jim Rettew has 32.8%. With 0 of 71 precincts reporting  To read a summary of this Democratic primary, click here.

This post will be continually updated with the latest results.

Erin Rosa was born in Spain and raised in Colorado Springs. She is a freelance writer currently living in Denver. Rosa's work has been featured in a variety of news outlets including the Huffington Post, Democracy Now!, and the Rocky Mountain Chronicle, an alternative-weekly in Northern Colorado where she worked as a columnist covering the state legislature. Rosa has received awards from the Society of Professional Journalists for her reporting on lobbying and woman's health issues. She was also tapped with a rare honorable mention award by the Newspaper Guild-CWA's David S. Barr Award in 2008--only the second such honor conferred in its nine-year history--for her investigative series covering the federal government's Supermax prison in the state. Rosa covers the labor community, corrections, immigration and government transparency matters. She can be reached at erosa@www.coloradoindependent.com.