Election Results

Denver’s results are still not completely in, but the number of votes and the trends in Denver make a call possible in most cases

Top Colorado Races (as of November 8):
Governor
Bill Ritter (D) — WINNER
Bob Beauprez (R)
CO-4
Angie Paccione (D)
Marilyn Musgrave (R) — WINNER
CO-5
Jay Fawcett (D)
Doug Lamborn (R) — WINNER
CO-7
Ed Perlmutter (D) — WINNER
Rick O’Donnell (R)
State House (including uncontested)
Democrats 35
Republican 23
Too Close To Call 7 (4 lean Dem, 3 lean GOP)
State Senate (including uncontested)
Democrats 19
Republican 14
Too Close To Call 2 (2 lean GOP)
Secretary of State
Ken Gordon (D)
Mike Coffman (R) — WINNER
State Treasurer
Cary Kennedy (D) — WINNER
Mark Hillman (R)
Attorney General
Fern O’Brien (D)
John Suthers (R) — WINNER
Referendum I (Domestic Partnerships)
Failed.
Amendment 39 (65% of Instruction)
Failed.
Amendment 42 (Minimum Wage)
Passed.
Amendment 43 (Marriage)
Passed
Denver 1A (Preschool Funding)
To Close To Call
Referendum H (Deny Illegal Immigrant Tax Dedudction)
To Close To Call
REFERENDUM E (Veteran’s Tax Break)
Pass
REFERENDUM F (Recall Deadlines)
Pass
REFERENDUM G (Obsolete Provisions)
Pass
REFERENDUM J (65% On Instruction Lite)
Fail
REFERENDUM K (Sue Feds Over Immigration)
Pass
AMENDMENT 38 (Petitions)
Fail
AMENDMENT 40 (Judicial Term Limits)
Fail
AMENDMENT 41 (Legislative Ethics)
Pass
AMENDMENT 44 (Marijuana)
Fail
Denver 1B (Create CFO Position)
Pass
CU REGENT AT LARGE
Steve Ludwig (D)
Brian Davidson (R) — WINNER
Marcus McCarty (Independent)

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