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Incumbents

U.S. Senate

Senator Michael Bennet
Senior Seat Democratic
Senator Cory Gardner
Junior Seat Republican

U.S. House

District 1
Representative Diana DeGette
District 1 (Won) Democratic
Raymon Doane
District 1 Challenger (Lost) Libertarian
Charles Stockham
District 1 Challenger (Lost) Republican

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Governor

Paul Fiorino
Challenger (Lost) Unaffiliated
Bill Hammons
Challenger (Lost) Unity Party of Colorado
Scott Helker
Challenger (Lost) Libertarian
Jared Polis
Challenger (Won) Democratic
Walker Stapleton
Challenger (Lost) Republican

Lieutenant Governor

Eric Bodenstab
Challenger (Lost) Unity Party of Colorado
Michele Poague
Challenger (Lost) Libertarian
Dianne Primavera
Challenger (Won) Democratic
Lang Sias
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Matthew Wood
Challenger (Lost) Unaffiliated

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State House

District 9
Representative Paul Rosenthal
District 9 Democratic
Robert Lane
District 9 Challenger (Lost) Republican
Emily Sirota
District 9 Challenger (Won) Democratic

State Senate

District 31
Senator Lois Court
District 31 Democratic

Incumbents

State Board of Education

District 1
Board Member Val Flores
District 1 Democratic
District 2
Board Member Angelika Schroeder
District 2 (Won) Democratic
Johnny Barrett
District 2 Challenger (Lost) Republican
District 3
Board Member Joyce Rankin
District 3 Republican
District 4
Board Member Pam Mazanec
District 4 Republican
Tim Krug
District 4 Challenger (Lost) Democratic
Deb Scheffel
District 4 Challenger (Won) Republican
District 5
Board Member Steve Durham
District 5 Republican
District 6
Board Member Rebecca McClellan
District 6 Democratic
District 7
Board Member Jane Goff
District 7 Democratic

Attorney General

George Brauchler
Challenger (Lost) Republican
William Robinson
Challenger (Lost) Libertarian
Phil Weiser
Challenger (Won) Democratic

Secretary of State

Secretary Wayne Williams
(Lost) Republican
Amanda Campbell
Challenger (Lost) American Constitution Party
Jena Griswold
Challenger (Won) Democratic
Blake Huber
Challenger (Lost) Approval Voting Party

Auditor

Controller

Director of the Department of Revenue

Treasurer

Gerald Kilpatrick
Challenger (Lost) American Constitution Party
Brian Watson
Challenger (Lost) Republican
Dave Young
Challenger (Won) Democratic

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Mayor

At-Large (Denver)

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Council Member

District 1 (Denver)
Rafael Espinoza
District 1
District 2 (Denver)
Kevin Flynn
District 2
District 3 (Denver)
Paul Lopez
District 3
District 4 (Denver)
Kendra Black
District 4
District 5 (Denver)
Mary Susman
District 5
District 6 (Denver)
Paul Kashmann
District 6
District 7 (Denver)
Jolon Clark
District 7
District 8 (Denver)
District 9 (Denver)
Albus Brooks
District 9
District 10 (Denver)
Wayne New
District 10
District 11 (Denver)
Stacie Gilmore
District 11
At-Large (Denver)
Robin Kniech
At-Large
Deborah Ortega
At-Large

State Facts

  • Type: State
  • Nickname: The Centennial State
  • Motto: Nil Sine Numine [Nothing without Providence]
  • Area: 104,247 sq mi
  • Population: 5,187,582 (2012 est.)
  • Capital: Denver
  • Statehood: Aug. 1, 1876 (38th state)
  • Highest Point: Mt. Elbert, 14,433 ft
  • Lowest Point: Arkansas R., 3,315 ft
  • Bird: lark bunting
  • Flower: Rocky Mountain columbine
  • Senators: 35
  • Representatives: 65
  • Electoral Votes: 9
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