Colorado Statewide Election Results

Nov 6, 2018

Today is election day and polls closed in Colorado at 7 p.m. As of midafternoon, the Secretary of State's Office said more than 2 million ballots had been cast statewide. According to those numbers, around 9,000 more ballots have been turned in by Democrats than Republicans, and around 694,000 unaffiliated voters have cast their ballots.

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Statewide Races (Last Updated: Wednesday p.m., with 100 percent of counties reporting)

Colorado Governor: 

x- Jared Polis / Dianne Primavera (D): 52%
Walker Stapleton / Lang Sias (R): 45%
Bill Hammons / Eric Bodenstab (UNI): 1%
Scott Helker / Michele Pague (L): 3%

Secretary of State

Wayne Williams (R) - 47%
x- Jena Griswold (D) - 51%
Amanda Campbell (ACN): 2%
Blake Huber (APV) - .4%

State Treasurer:

Brian Watson (R): 47%
x-Dave Young (D): 51%
Gerald Kilpatrick (ACN): 3%

Attorney General:

x-Phil Weiser (D) 50%
George Brauchler (R): 48%
William Robinson III (L): 3%

Statewide Initiatives 

Amendment V: Lower Age Requirement for Members of the State Legislature

YES: 35%
NO: 65%

Amendment W: Election Ballot Format for Judicial Retention Election

YES: 53%
NO: 47%

Amendment X: Industrial Hemp Definition

YES: 61%
NO: 39%

Amendment Y: Congressional Redistricting

YES: 71%
NO: 29%

Amendment Z: Legislative Redistricting

YES: 71%
NO: 29%

Amendment A: Prohibit Slavery and Involuntary Servitude in All Circumstances

YES: 65%
NO: 35%

Amendment 73: Funding for Public Schools

YES: 45%
NO: 55%

Amendment 74: Compensation for Reduction in Fair Market Value by Government Law or Regulation

YES: 46%
NO: 54%

Amendment 75: Campaign Contributions

YES: 34%
NO: 66%

Proposition 109: Authorize Bonds for Highway Projects

YES: 39%
NO: 61%

Proposition 110: Authorize Sales Tax and Bonds for Transportation Projects

YES: 40%
NO: 60%

Proposition 111: Payday Loans

YES: 77%
NO: 23%

Proposition 112: Increased Setback Requirement for Oil and Natural Gas Development

YES: 43%
NO: 57%