Update — Colorado Midterm election results for November 10

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. 10 were found at elections.denverpost.com

Governor

Democratic Governor elect Jared Polis will return to office after receiving 1,189,135 votes – 57% of the vote. Polis’s Republican oponent Heidi Ganahl fell with 849,781 votes – 40.8% of the vote.

Secretary of State

Democratic candidate and Estes Park native Jena Griswold will serve another term as Secretary as State after receiving 1,107,791 votes – 53.6% of the vote. Griswold’s Republican opponent Pam Anderson fell with 903,628 votes – 43.7% of the vote.

U.S. Senate

Democratic candidate Michael Bennet will return to office for another term after receiving 128,769 votes – 54.3% of the vote. Bennet’s Republican candidate Joe O’Dea fell with 891,752 votes – 42.9% of the vote.

U.S. House District 1

Democratic candidate Diana DeGette will serve in the U.S. House District 1 seat after receiving 111,180 votes – 80% of the vote. DeGette’s Republican candidate Jennifer Qualieri lost by a landslide, receiving 25,072 votes – just 18% of the vote.

U.S. House District 2

Democratic candidate Joe Negus will serve his third term in the house district office after receiving 183,631 votes – 69.2% of the vote. Negus’s Republican candidate Marshall Dawson fell with 76,993 votes – 29% of the vote.

U.S. House District 3

The U.S. House District 3 race has yet to be determined. Deadlocked at 50/50 Democratic candidate Adam Frisch leads Republican Lauren Boebert by just 64 votes.

U.S. House District 4

Republican Ken Buck has won the District 4 House race with 196,036 votes – 60.6% of the vote. Buck’s Democratic opponent Ike McCorkle fell with 119,792 votes – 40.6% of the vote.

U.S. House District 5

Republican Doug Lamborn has won the District 5 House race with 128,095 votes – 56.1% of the vote. Lamborn’s Democratic opponent David Torres fell with 92,745 votes – 40.6% of the vote.

U.S. House District 6

Democratic candidate Jason Crow will serve as District 6 House chair after receiving 133,787 votes – 60.6% of the vote. Crow’s Republican opponent Steven Monahan fell with 83,183 votes – 37.7% of the vote.

U.S. House District 7

Democratic candidate Brittany Pettersen has won the District 7 House race after receiving 201,560 votes – 56.8% of the vote. Pettersen’s Republican opponent Erik Aadland fell with 145,717 votes – 41% of the vote.

U.S. House District 8

Democratic candidate Yadira Caraveo and Republican Barbara Kirkmeyer are still battling it out with the votes to see who will come out victorious. Caraveo currently leads by 899 votes – just 0.4% of the vote.

State Senate District 15

Democratic candidate Janice Marchman currently holds the lead over Republican incumbent Rob Woodward. Marchman holds 50.8% of the vote with 34,298 votes verses Woodward’s 49.2% with 33,166.

State House District 49

Democratic incumbent Judy Amabile will serve another term in office after receiving 25,142 votes – 63.1% of the vote. Amabile’s Republican candidate Kathryn Lehr fell with just 13,728 votes – 34.5% of the vote.

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