UPDATED: Final results: How Grand County voted: 2018 midterm election results | SkyHiNews.com

UPDATED: Final results: How Grand County voted: 2018 midterm election results

How Grand County voted:

Local races:

Grand County Commissioner, District 3:

• Kristen Manguso (R) – 3,960 (52.81%)

• William Thompson (D) – 3,207 (42.77%)

Grand County Surveyor:

• Warren Ward (R) – 3,950 (52.67%)

• Jeanette Luttrell (unaffiliated) – 2,606 (34.75%)

Grand County Clerk and Recorder:

• Sara Rosene (R) – 4,720 (62.94%)

• Martin Woros (D) – 2,424 (32.32%)

Grand County Sheriff:

• Brett Schroetlin – 5,083 (67.78% – remaining were write-ins)

Grand County Coroner:

• Brenda Bock – 5,187 (69.17% – remaining were write-ins)

Grand County Treasurer:

• Christina Whitmer – 5,147 (68.64% – remaining were write-ins)

Grand County Assessor:

• Tom Weydert – 5,073 (67.65% – remaining were write-ins)

 

Local ballot measures:

1A: Increase retail marijuana sales tax

Yes – 3,964 (52.68%)

No – 3,246 (43.29%)

1B: Increase tax on manufacturing of marijuana products

Yes – 3,920 (52.27%)

No – 3,347 (44.63%)

1C: County wants to become internet service provider

Yes – 5,349 (71.33%)

No – 1,496 (19.95%)

2A: Granby looks to move election date to November

Yes – 517 (62.36%)

No – 213 (25.69%)

2B: Hot Sulphur Springs looks to eliminate property tax refund requirements

Yes – 166 (49.7%)

No – 141 (42.22%)

2C: Hot Sulphur Springs looks to move election date to November

Yes – 228 (68.26%)

No – 82 (24.55%)

6A: Grand Fire seeks adjustable mill levy rate

Yes – 1,204 (52.67%)

No – 864 (37.8%)

6B: Grand Lake Fire seeks adjustable mill levy rate

Yes – 699 (67.36%)

No – 324 (29.83%)

 

State races:

State House, District 13

• K.C. Becker (D) incumbent – 3,304 (44.06%)

• Kevin Sipple (R) – 3,676 (49.02%)

Around Colorado: Becker wins with 72.1% of the total state vote with 75.31% reporting.

U.S. House, Congressional District 2 

• Joe Neguse (D) – 3,138 (41.85%)

• Peter Yu (R) – 3,456 (46.09%)

• Roger Barris (L) – 198 (2.64%)

• Nick Thomas (I) – 410 (5.47%)

Around Colorado: Neguse wins with 60.2% of the vote (86.06% reporting)

Governor of Colorado

• Jared Polis (D) – 3,387 (45.17%)

• Walker Stapleton (R) – 3,679 (49.06%)

Around Colorado: Polis wins with 51.6% of the vote (80% reporting)

Colorado Attorney General

• Phil Weiser (D) – 3,163 (42.18%)

• George Brauchler (R) – 3,768 (50.25%)

• William Robinson (L) – 259 (3.45%)

Around Colorado: Weiser wins with 49.7% of the vote (81% reporting)

Secretary of State

• Wayne Williams (R) – 3,772 (50.3%)

• Jena Griswold (D) – 3,247 (43.3%)

• Amanda Campbell (I) – 153 (2.04%)

• Blake Huber (I) – 39 (.52%)

Around Colorado: Griswold wins with 50.8% of the vote (80% reporting)

State Treasurer

• Brian Watson (R) – 3,727 (49.7%)

• Dave Young (D) – 3,130 (41.74%)

• Gerald Kilpatrick (I) – 231 (3.08%)

Around Colorado: Young wins with 50.6% of the vote (79% reporting)

University of Colorado Regent, at-large

• Lesley Smith (D) – 2,893 (38.58%)

• Ken Montera (R) – 3,423 (45.65%)

• Christpher Otwell (I) – 94 (1.25%)

• James Treibert (L) – 304 (4.05%)

Around Colorado: Smith wins with 50.2% of the vote (78% reporting) 

Colorado State Board of Education, District 2

• Angelika Schroeder (D) – 3,241 (43.22%)

• Johnny Barrett (R) – 3,657 (48.77%)

Around Colorado: Schroeder wins with 63.1% of the vote (83.64% reporting)

 

State ballot measures:

Amendment 73 (education tax)

Yes – 3,310 (44.14%)

No – 3,852 (51.37%)

Around Colorado: Failed with 55.5% of the vote (80% reporting)

Amendment 74 (property values)

Yes – 3,374 (44.99%)

No – 3,865 (51.54%)

Around Colorado: Failed with 53.6% of the vote (80% reporting)

Amendment 75 (contributions)

Yes – 2,261 (30.15%)

No – 4,735 (63.14%)

Around Colorado: Failed with 66.2% of the vote (78% reporting)

Amendment A (slavery)

Yes – 4,241 (56.55%)

No – 2,778 (37.04%)

Around Colorado: Passed with 65.4% of the vote (56.91% reporting)

Amendment V (lowering age)

Yes – 2,356 (31.42%)

No – 4,795 (63.94%)

Around Colorado: Failed with 65.5% of the vote (57.47% reporting)

Amendment W (judge retention)

Yes – 3,338 (44.51%)

No – 3,388 (45.18%)

Around Colorado: Passed with 53.4% of the vote (55.3% reporting)

Amendment X (industrial hemp)

Yes – 4,156 (55.29%)

No – 2,598 (34.64%)

Around Colorado: Passed with 60.7% of the vote (55.27% reporting)

Amendment Y (redistricting)

Yes – 4,908 (65.45%)

No – 2,022 (26.96%)

Around Colorado: Passed with 71.6% of the vote (56.6% reporting)

Amendment Z (redistricting)

Yes – 4,774 (63.66%)

No – 2,074 (27.66%)

Around Colorado: Passed with 71.2% of the vote (56.1% reporting)

Prop 109 (transportation)

Yes – 2,649 (35.32%)

No – 4,441 (59.22%)

Around Colorado: Failed with 61.3% of the vote (79% reporting)

Prop 110 (transportation)

Yes – 2,733 (36.44%)

No – 4,421 (58.95%)

Around Colorado: Failed with 59.7% of the vote (80% reporting)

Prop 111 (payday loans)

Yes – 5,240 (69.88%)

No – 1,774 (23.66%)

Around Colorado: Passed with 76.7% of the vote (79% reporting)

Prop 112 (oil and gas setbacks)

Yes – 3,268 (43.58%)

No – 3,967 (52.9%)

Around Colorado: Failed with 56.8% of the vote (81% reporting)

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