Colorado election results: Senate and House races

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Here are the election results in key races so far, according to the Colorado Secretary of State.

Highlights: The AP has declared that Michael Bennet will be re-elected to the U.S. Senate. 9News has declared that Mike Coffman will continue to represent the sixth congressional district.

U.S. Senate

Michael Bennet (DEM): 49.52%
Darryl Glenn (REP): 45.50%
Lily Tang Williams (LBR): 3.20%
Arn Menconi (GRN): 1.13%
Bill Hammons (UNI): 0.29%

29 of 64 counties reporting completely

First Congressional District

Diana DeGette (DEM): 68.28%
Charles ”Casper” Stockham (REP): 28.24%
Darrell Dinges (LBR): 3.47%

0 of 3 counties reporting completely

Second Congressional District

Jared Polis (DEM): 57.31%
Nicholas Morse (REP): 37.37%
Richard Longstreth (LBR): 5.32%

5 of 10 counties reporting completely

Third Congressional District

Scott R. Tipton (REP): 54.79%
Gail Schwartz (DEM) 40.58%
Gaylon Kent (LBR): 4.63%

12 of 29 counties reporting completely

Fourth Congressional District

Bob Seay (DEM) 31.28%
Ken Buck (REP) 64.27%
Bruce Griffith (LBR): 4.45%

11 of 22 counties reporting completely

Fifth Congressional District

Misty Plowright (DEM): 31.11%
Doug Lamborn (REP): 62.52%
Mike McRedmond (LBR): 6.37%

2 of 5 counties reporting completely

Sixth Congressional District

9News has declared that Mike Coffman will continue to represent the sixth congressional district.


Mike Coffman (REP): 51.23%
Morgan Carroll (DEM): 43.00%
Norm Olsen (LBR): 4.50%
Robert Lee Worthey (GRN): 1.26%

0 of 3 counties reporting completely

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