This concludes our live updates for the evening. With the exception of Prop DD, the outcome of these races appears settled. Official results will be posted as soon as they are available from the Boulder County Clerk and Colorado Secretary of State.
The following 2019 Election results will be updated beginning at 7 p.m. with winners as determined by the Boulder County Clerk or Colorado Secretary of State on November 6th.
State Level Last Update: 10:54 PM
Boulder County and Longmont Last Update: 8:15 PM (About 66%, 70,970 out of an expected 107,906 ballots cast in Boulder County have been counted.)
Colorado State Questions
|FOR||AGAINST||# of Counties Reporting|
|Prop CC: Retain TABOR refunds and allocate to transportation, education and||610,536||749,905||64/64 complete|
|Prop DD: Sports betting tax allocated to water projects||684,739||671,598||64/64 complete|
Boulder County Questions
| Boulder County Question 1A: |
Coroner Term Limits
Longmont City Council
City of Longmont Ballot Measures
|3B: Pool & Ice||9,425||16,597|
|3C: Permanent extension |
of transportation tax
|3D: Allow City to lease |
property for 30 years.
|3E: Shall Municipal Judge|
Robert J. Frick be retained
in office for two (2) years?
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