Here are the results for the November 6, 2018 election. Of the 3,900,192 registered voters in Colorado, 1,971,484 people voted in this elections, resulting in 50.55% of registered voters actually participating in the election.
Of the 248,492 registered voters in Boulder County, 136,431 cast a vote, which is 54.90% of voters participating in this election.
Weld County reports 195,511 registered voters with 84,052 casting a vote. That means that 42.99% of Weld County voters participated in this election.
Ken Buck won Colorado’s 4th Congressional District with 61.99% of the votes. Dr. Karen McCormick conceded and stated, “We may not have won, but we moved the needle. I have no regrets, we did everything we wanted to do. There was nothing left behind…They say I lost, but I feel like a winner.” Election results state that 282,825 people voted in this race.
Jared Polis and Dianne Primavera won the seats of governor and lieutenant governor, respectively, with 51.58% of the vote. Election results report that 1,936,447 people voted in this race.
Here are the results of the 2018 Election for seats and issues affecting the residents of Longmont:
More data on Boulder County can be found here: https://election.boco.solutions/ElectionResults2018G/.
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