With an estimated 90% of cast ballots counted, as of 9:23 p.m., here are the results from Jefferson County. Note that several races, including those for congressional seats, involve votes from beyond …
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With an estimated 99% of cast ballots counted, as of Nov. 6, here are the unofficial results from Jefferson County. Note that several races, including those for congressional seats, involve votes from beyond just Jefferson County.
Libby Szabo (incumbent), Republican: 43.2%Tracy Kraft-Tharp, Democrat: 52.5%Hans Romer, Libertarian: 4.3%
Joni Inman, Republican: 43.9% Andy Kerr, Democrat: 56.1%
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Alexis King, Democrat: 54.8%Matthew Durkin, Republican: 45.2%
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Joseph Biden / Kamala Harris 57.9%Donald Trump / Mike Pence 39.3%
(Statewide, Biden garnered 55.2% of the vote, to Trump's 42%)
John Hickenlooper 57%Cory Gardner 41.1%
(Statewide, Hickenlooper won 53.3% while Gardner had 44.4%)
Shane Bolling - 23.1%Diana DeGette - 74.4%(In Jefferson County, Bolling is beating DeGette by 1,714 votes)
Joe Neguse, Democrat: 61.3%Charlie Winn, Republican: 35.6%Thom Atkinson, Libertarian: 2.6%Gary Swing, Unity: 0.5%
Casper Stockham, Republican: 37.6%Ed Perlmutter (incumbent), Democrat: 59.1%Ken Biles, Libertarian: 2.7%David Olszta, Unity Party: 0.6%
Sydnnia Wulff, Republican: 23%Lisa Escarcega, Democrat: 73.9%Alan Hayman, Libertarian: 2.7%
Karla Esser, Democrat: 62.2%Nancy Pallozzi, Republican: 37.8%
Nolbert Chavez, Democrat: 100% (296,966 votes cast)
Lynn Gerber, Republican: 40.8%Rachel Zenzinger (incumbent), Democrat: 59.2%
Samantha Koch, Republican: 32.8%Susan Lontine, Democrat: 67.2%
Colin Larson (incumbent), Republican: 51.3%Mary Parker, Democrat: 45.5%Margot Herzl, Libertarian: 3.2%
Fred Clifford, Republican: 34.8%Chris Kennedy (incumbent), Democrat: 60.2% Doug Anderson, Libertarian: 5%
Monica Duran (incumbent), Democrat: 64%Laurel Imer, Republican: 36%
Republican Laurel Imer who ran for U.S. House District 24 concedes.She ran against democratic incumbent Monica Duran.“We caused massive waves and we had our opponent scared,”Imer said. “We knew we didn’t stand a chance.” #Denver7 pic.twitter.com/AOier5qoIa— adigtv (@AdiGTV) November 4, 2020
Republican Laurel Imer who ran for U.S. House District 24 concedes.She ran against democratic incumbent Monica Duran.“We caused massive waves and we had our opponent scared,”Imer said. “We knew we didn’t stand a chance.” #Denver7 pic.twitter.com/AOier5qoIa
Lisa Cutter (incumbent), 52.8%Donald Rosier, Republican: 47.2%
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Brianna Titone (incumbent): 48.7%Vicki Pyne, Republican: 45.6%Corey Schaeffer, Libertarian: 5.1%
Kerry Tipper (incumbent), Democrat: 57.6%Pedro "Pete" Roybal, Republican: 36.9%Amara Hildebrand, Libertarian: 5.5%
Lindsey Daugherty, Democrat: 56.1%Vanessa DeMott, 38.4%Ryan Van Gundy, Libertarian: 5.5%
The district was an open seat this year. It went to the Republican candidate by 15 points in 2018 however. It straddles Centennial, Littleton and the Columbine area.
Richard Champion, Republican: 44.4%David Ortiz, Democrat: 55.6%
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