The Colorado Results are in!
After a long-awaited night, the results of the 2020 general elections for Colorado are in and the determination of Colorado’s leadership has been decided. The Colorado Secretary of State’s (SOS) office is reporting, as of the morning of November 4, 2020, that after counting the votes the following
races have been called based on majority percentages.
Key takeaways from last night is that Colorado now has two Democrat U.S. Senators. Former Governor John Hickenlooper defeated incumbent Senator Corey Gardner by a 10% margin.
In the June primary election, Congressional District 3 saw a contentious battle as incumbent Congressman Scott Tipton was challenged and defeated by ultra-conservative, Lauren Boebert. Late last night by a 6% margin, Boebert claimed electoral victory against former Democrat Colorado State
Representative Diane Mitch Bush.
All but a couple of State Senate and House races have been called. As expected, Democrats will continue to control the Colorado House and Senate Chambers with additional pick-ups in former GOP controlled districts.
As of November 1, 2020, Colorado reported having 4,238,513 registered voters. Of that number 1,129,733 are active Democrats, 1,028,239 are active Republicans, and 1,541,199 are active Unaffiliated voters.
A look inside the state federal offices, the state legislature, and the 2020 amendments and propositions can be found in this report, and may be updated as results continue to roll in.