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Election results for Colorado 2022 primary

A voter drops off their ballot in an official drop boxes in this 2020 file photo.
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Grand County reported the following results on June 28. Emergency and overseas ballots have eight days from election day to arrive, so more results could come in throughout the next week. All races have been decided, though.

Governor

  • Democratic primary
    • Jared Polis, 100%, 1,312 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,312 total votes
  • Republican primary
    • Greg Lopez, 44.54%, 958 votes
    • Heidi Ganahl, 55.46%, 1,245 votes (Winner, race called by Associated Press)
    • 1,749 total votes

Colorado State House of Representatives District 13

  • Democratic primary
    • Julie McCluskie, 100%, 1,231 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,231 total votes
  • Republican primary
    • David Buckley, 100%, 1,677 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,677 total votes

Colorado State Senate District 8

  • Democratic primary
    • Dylan Roberts, 100%, 1,225 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,225 total votes
  • Republican primary
    • Matt Solomon, 100%, 1,661 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,661 total votes

Colorado’s 2nd Congressional District

  • Democratic primary
    • Joe Neguse, 100%, 1,255 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,255 total votes
  • Republican primary
    • Marshall Dawson, 100%, 1,509 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,509 total votes

United States Senator

  • Democratic primary
    • Michael Bennet, 100%, 1,285 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,285 total votes
  • Republican primary
    • Ron Hanks, 44.01%, 981 votes
    • Joe O’Dea, 55.99%, 1,240 votes (Winner, race called by AP)
    • 2,221 total votes

Colorado Secretary of State

  • Democratic primary
    • Jenna Griswold, 100%, 1,283 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,283 total votes
  • Republican primary
    • Tina Peters, 24.16%, 524 votes
    • Mike O’Donnell, 33.14%, 697 votes
    • Pam Anderson, 42.69%, 922 votes (Winner, race called by AP)
    • 2,143 total votes

Colorado State Treasurer

  • Democratic primary
    • Dave Youn, 100%, 1,243 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,243 total votes
  • Republican primary
    • Lang Sias, 100%, 1,612 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,612 total votes

Colorado Attorney General

  • Democratic primary
    • Phil Weiser, 100%, 1,262 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,262 total votes
  • Republican primary
    • John Kellner, 100%, 1,631 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,631 total votes

At-large seat on the State Board of Education

  • Democratic primary
    • Kathy Plomer, 100%, 1,216 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,216 total votes
  • Republican primary
    • Dan Maloit, 100%, 1,606 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,606 total votes

County Commissioner District 3

  • Democratic primary
    • Steven Skinner, 100%, 1,245 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,245 total votes
  • Republican primary
    • Randy George, 100%, 1,757 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,757 total votes

County Clerk and Recorder

  • Democratic primary
    • Abby Loberg, 100%, 1,257 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,257 total votes
  • Republican primary
    • Jolene Stetson Linke, 100%, 1,759 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,759 total votes

County Assessor

  • Republican primary
    • Tom Weydert, 100%, 1,664 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,664 total votes

County Sheriff

  • Republican primary
    • Brett Schroetlin, 100%, 1,785 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,785 total votes

County Surveyor

  • Republican primary
    • Warren Dale Ward, 100%, 1,680 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,680 total votes

County Coroner

  • Republican primary
    • Tawnya Bailey, 100%, 1,808 votes (Winner, uncontested)
    • 1,808 total votes

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