2016 Election Results

Here are results from yesterday’s election:
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Garfield County

Garfield County Commissioner – District 2
x-John Martin, GOP – 57 percent
John Acha, Dem – 43 percent

9th Judicial District Attorney (Total)
x-Jeff Cheney, GOP – 46 percent (51% Garfield, 25% Pitkin, 78% Rio Blanco)
Sherry Caloia, Dem – 36 percent (34% Garfield, 47% Pitkin, 10% Rio Blanco)
Chip McCrory, Unaffiliated – 18 percent (15% Garfield, 28% Pitkin, 11% Rio Blanco)

Garfield County Ballot Question 1A
x-Yes 73 percent
No 27 percent

Town of Silt Ballot Question 2A
x-Yes 66 percent
No 34 percent

Town of Silt Ballot Issue 2B
x-Yes 55 percent
No 45 percent

Town of Parachute Ballot Question 2C
x-Yes 78 percent
No 22 percent

Town of Parachute Ballot Question 2D
x-Yes 79 percent
No 21 percent

Town of Parachute Ballot Issue 2E
x-Yes 58 percent
No 42 percent

Town of Parachute Ballot Question 2F
Yes 28 percent
x-No 72 percent

Town Of Carbondale Ballot Question 2G
x-Yes 86 percent
No 14 percent

City Of Glenwood Springs Ballot Question 2H
x-Yes 77 percent
No 23 percent

City of Glenwood Springs Ballot Issue 2I
x-Yes 67 percent
No 33 percent

Town of New Castle Ballot Question 2J
x-Yes 76 percent
No 24 percent

Town Of New Castle Ballot Question 2K
x-Yes 78 percent
No 22 percent

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Pitkin County

Pitkin County Commissioner District 3
x-Greg Poschman 63 percent
Scott Writer 37 percent

Town Of Snowmass Village Mayor
Richard C. Goodwin 22 percent
x-Markey Butler 78 percent

Town Of Snowmass Village Town Council (Vote For 2)
x-Alyssa Shenk 37 percent
x-Tom Goode 37 percent
James Knowlton 26 percent

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Statewide Races

U.S. Senate

2,658 of 3,040 precincts – 87 percent

x-Michael Bennet, Dem (i) 1,150,911 – 49 percent
Darryl Glenn, GOP 1,077,783 – 46 percent
Lily Williams, Lib 78,714 – 3 percent
Arn Menconi, Grn 27,609 – 1 percent
Bill Hammons, Uty 7,548 – 0 percent
Dan Chapin, Una 6,611 – 0 percent
Paul Fiorino, Una 2,366 – 0 percent

U.S. House District 1 Denver

258 of 424 precincts – 61 percent

x-Diana DeGette, Dem (i) 172,623 – 68 percent
Charles Stockham, GOP 71,594 – 28 percent
Darrell Dinges, Lib 8,985 – 4 percent

U.S. House District 2 North Central

441 of 495 precincts – 89 percent

x-Jared Polis, Dem (i) 233,300 – 57 percent
Nicholas Morse, GOP 152,724 – 37 percent
Richard Longstreth, Lib 22,444 – 5 percent

U.S. House District 3 Western Slope

463 of 494 precincts – 94 percent

x-Scott Tipton, GOP (i) 185,238 – 55 percent
Gail Schwartz, Dem 137,600 – 41 percent
Gaylon Kent, Lib 16,225 – 5 percent

U.S. House District 4 Eastern Colorado

466 of 506 precincts – 92 percent

x-Ken Buck, GOP (i) 231,884 – 64 percent
Bob Seay, Dem 113,365 – 31 percent
Bruce Griffith, Lib 16,623 – 5 percent

U.S. House District 5 Central

301 of 309 precincts – 97 percent

x-Doug Lamborn, GOP (i) 220,633 – 62 percent
Misty Plowright, Dem 109,146 – 31 percent
Mike McRedmond, Lib 24,114 – 7 percent

U.S. House District 6 Central, Arapahoe, Adams

392 of 469 precincts – 84 percent

x-Mike Coffman, GOP (i) 162,208 – 52 percent
Morgan Carroll, Dem 133,963 – 43 percent
Norm Olsen, Lib 14,473 – 5 percent
Robert Lee Worthey, Grn 4,039 – 1 percent

U.S. House District 7 Northwest Denver subs

310 of 344 precincts – 90 percent

x-Ed Perlmutter, Dem (i) 160,804 – 55 percent
George Athanasopoulos, GOP 117,061 – 40 percent
Martin Buchanan, Lib 12,489 – 4 percent

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Statewide Questions:

Amendment T – No Involuntary Servitude Remove exceptions

2,568 of 3,040 precincts – 84 percent

Yes, 1,091,244 – 49 percent
No, 1,128,475 – 51 percent

Amendment U – Property Tax Exemption For possessory interests

2,546 of 3,040 precincts – 84 percent

Yes, 936,765 – 43 percent
x-No, 1,231,003 – 57 percent

Amendment 69 – State Healthcare System Increase Taxes

2,626 of 3,040 precincts – 86 percent

Yes, 467,424 – 20 percent
x-No, 1,833,879 – 80 percent

Amendment 70 – Increase Minimum Wage 12 dollars by 2020

2,655 of 3,040 precincts – 87 percent

x-Yes, 1,276,538 – 54 percent
No, 1,073,233 – 46 percent

Amendment 71 – Constitutional Initiatives Stricter requirements

2,613 of 3,040 precincts – 86 percent

x-Yes, 1,298,199 – 57 percent
No, 982,364 – 43 percent

Amendment 72 – Increase Tobacco Taxes Fund health programs

2,656 of 3,040 precincts – 87 percent

Yes, 1,089,976 – 46 percent
x-No, 1,261,890 – 54 percent

Proposition 106 – Medical Aid in Dying 6 mo or less prognosis

2,648 of 3,040 precincts – 87 percent

x-Yes, 1,508,202 – 65 percent
No, 827,676 – 35 percent

Proposition 107 – Recreate Pres Primary Allow Unaffiliateds

2,619 of 3,040 precincts – 86 percent

x-Yes, 1,452,471 – 64 percent
No, 829,868 – 36 percent

Proposition 108 – Expand Unaffiliated Voting Open Primary elections

2,601 of 3,040 precincts – 86 percent

Yes, 1,183,865 – 52 percent
No, 1,076,544 – 48 percent

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