The following are key-unofficial Midterm election results for residents of the Estes Valley and Larimer County – State-wide and Larimer County election numbers throughout the morning of Nov. 9 were found at elections.denverpost.com
Estes Park Local Marketing District Ballot Issue 6E
The lone Ballot Issue 6E pertaining to Estes Park’s local Marketing District was passed last night after Larimer County’s initial results were released at 7:33 p.m.
The results found this morning have the approval percentage for the issue at 63% with 3,082 votes for yes and 1,838 votes for no.
This issue concerns a 3.5% lodging tax extension with funds generated to be used toward improvements for affordable workforce housing and childcare throughout the Estes Valley.
Governor incumbent Jared Polis of the Democratic Party was announced the winner during last night’s(Nov. 8) results.
Polis holds 57.6% of the vote statewide with 1,085,082 votes while his Republican opponent Heidi Ganahl sits at 40.8% with 759,989 votes.
United States Senator
Democratic incumbent Michael Bennet has won re election for the U.S. Senate position representing the state of Colorado. Bennet sits the victor with 1,030,331 votes – 54.9% of the vote. His Republican candidate Joe O’Dea holds 798,921 votes – 42.6% of the vote.
Bennet won Larimer county with 70,616 votes – 58.3% of the vote.
Representative to the 118th United States Congress – District 2
Democratic candidate Joe Negus will serve his third term in office, Negus currently sits at 178,622 votes – 69.8% of the vote. Negus’s Republican candidate Marshall Dawson has received 70,848 votes – 28.5%.
Secretary of State
Estes Park native Jena Griswold will serve another term as Secretary of State after she was announced the winner over her Republican candidate Pam Anderson last night, Nov. 8.
Griswold currently holds 1,011,329 votes – 54.1% of the vote – verses- Anderson’s 810,362 votes – 43.4% of the vote.
State Senator – District 15
The race for State Senator of District 15 still continues throughout the morning of Nov. 9 – Republican incumbent Rob Woodward trails with 29,111 votes – 48.2% of the vote – While Democratic candidate Janice Marchman leads with 31,248 votes – 51.8% of the vote.
Marchman is behind in Larimer County with 47.6% of the vote but has a landslide advantage over Woodward in Boulder County with 75.4% of the vote.
State House District 49
In the State House District 49 race that incorporates Larimer, Boulder, Gilpin and Clear Creek counties, Democratic incumbent Judy Amabile with serve another term after being announced the victor during last night’s(Nov. 8) results. Amabile currently holds 24,375 votes – 64.3% of the vote while her Republican candidate Kathryn Lehr sits with just 12,616 votes – 33.3% of the vote.
The Larimer County results between the two candidates has Lehr over Amabile with 49.3% of the vote.
Democratic candidate Phil Weiser has retained his chair as Attorney General after receiving 57% of the vote after last night’s (Nov. 8) results were released. Weiser currently holds 69,632 votes – 57.3% of the vote – while his Republican opponent John Kellner has received 49,522 votes – 40.3% of the vote.
Democratic candidate Dave Young has won the chair for State Treasurer. Young currently has 68,778 votes – 56.8% of the vote. Young’s opponent – Republican candidate Lang Sias trails with 49,141 votes – 40.6% of the vote.
U.S. House District 4
Republican candidate Ken Buck has won the U.S. House chair with 19,370 votes – 51.4% of the vote. Democratic candidate Ike McCorkle has received 17,395 votes – 46.2% of the vote.
U.S. House District 8
The race for U.S. House District 8 chair continues as Republican candidate Barbara Kirkmeyer trails with 83,252 votes – 47.1% of the vote. Kirkmeyer’s Democratic opponent Yadira Caraveo leads with 86,703 votes – 49% of the vote.
The next set of updates for these races will be given after final results are received later today – Nov. 9.