Final update: Live coverage for Grand County’s Nov. 8 Election Day wraps up
8:32 a.m. The live coverage of this year’s primary election has concluded. Please visit our election page for continued coverage as the county begins its canvasing process to verify the tallies.
5:04 a.m. The county’s final update of the night left some county races very close. The numbers have been updated on this page, and this will be the last post from us tonight.
2:49 a.m. The New York Times has called the State Senate District 8, State Representative District 13, Proposition 124 and Amendment F races. The results are included on this page.
2:42 a.m. The fourth round of votes released by the clerk’s office brought the total number of votes counted to 6,800. The estimated total ballots cast in Grand County sits at 8,160, 322 of which were cast in-person. This page now includes the results of the fourth batch of votes.
1:37 a.m. Sky-Hi’s coverage will continue tonight only with updates to these live results, but check back tomorrow for more editorial content as we hope to be able to call more county and local races.
12:26: State and federal-level races have been updated with results from the third batch of votes released by the county.
12:14 p.m. The total votes counted thus far rose to 5,400 with the third batch of votes released by the county. The local and county races have been updated on this page, and the state and federal ones will be soon.
11:19 p.m. Some statewide ballot measure races have been called by the New York Times, and those results have been added to this page.
10:39 p.m. Sky-Hi has called four county-level races for the candidates who ran uncontested for the seats, as well as the all-write-in race for county treasurer, where only one candidate has received votes.
10:26 p.m. All races have been updated with the second round of votes released by the county. With 4,200 votes cast (31% of all active and inactive registered voters), the local and county elections remain too close to call.
10:17 p.m. County and local race vote totals have been updated with the second round of votes released by the county. State and federal-level races will be updated soon.
9:36 p.m. This story has been updated to clarify what the number of total active and inactive voters represents.
8:15 p.m. The first round of votes have been released. It includes 3,200 of the 13,353 total active and inactive voters in the county. For races not on every ballot in Grand County, see the total voters listed next to the race.
This page will show the results for Grand County elections throughout the night. For state and federal level offices and issues, these numbers reflect the votes of Grand County voters, not all voters across the state or district.
Granby Board of Trustees — four seats available — 879 of 1,609 total active and inactive voters
- Sharon K. Silva: 353 votes
- Seth Stern: 286 votes
- Nancy Healy: 182 votes
- Deborah J. K. Shaw: 338 votes
- Jeffery W. Sneddon: 316 votes
- Stefan Haberer: 249 votes
- Daniela Gosselova: 158 votes
- Jason Wilson: 204 votes
- Mike Mahoney: 355 votes
Grand County Commissioner – District 3
- Steven (Steve) Skinner (D): 3,456 votes
- Randy George (R): 3,983 votes (Sky-Hi News has called this race for Randy George)
Grand County Clerk and Recorder
- Abby Loberg (D): 3,669 votes
- Jolene Stetson Linke (R): 3,771 votes
Grand County Treasurer
- Write-in: Marcy Wheatley: 436 votes (Sky-Hi News has called this race for Marcy Wheatley)
Grand County Assessor
- Tom Weydert (R): 4,889 votes (Sky-Hi News has called this race for Tom Weydert)
Grand County Sheriff
- Brett Schroetlin (R): 5,362 votes (Sky-Hi News has called this race for Brett Schroetlin)
Grand County Surveyor
- Warren Dale Ward (R): 4,927 votes (Sky-Hi News has called this race for Warren Dale Ward)
Grand County Coroner
- Tawnya Bailey (R): 5,250 votes (Sky-Hi News has called this race for Tawnya Bailey)
State Representative – District 13
- David Buckley (R): 3,790 votes
- Julie McCluskie (D): 3,568 votes (The New York Times has called this race for McCluskie)
State Senator – District 8
- Dylan Roberts (D): 3,577 votes (The New York Times has called this race for Roberts)
- Matt Solomon (R): 3,735 votes
- Heidi Ganahl/Danny Moore (R): 3,486 votes
- Jared Polis/Dianne Primavera (D): 3,962 votes (AP has called this race for Jared Polis and Dianne Primavera)
- Paul Noel Fiorino/Cynthia Munhos de Aquino Sirianni (Unity): 18 votes
- Danielle Neuschwanger/Darryl Gibbs (American Constitution): 52 votes
- Kevin Ruskusky/Michele Poague (Libertarian): 117 votes
Secretary of State
- Pam Anderson (R): 3,636 votes
- Jena Griswold (D): 3,637 votes (The Colorado Sun has called this race for Jena Griswold)
- Gary Swing (Unity): 38 votes
- Jan Kok (Approval Voting): 15 votes
- Amanda Campbell (American Constitution): 52 votes
- Bennett Rutledge (Libertarian): 143 votes
- Dave Young (D): 3,426 votes (The Colorado Sun has called this race for Dave Young)
- Lang Sias (R): 3,630 votes
- Anthony J. Delgado (Libertarian): 348 votes
- John Kellner (R): 3,669 votes
- Phil Weiser (D): 3,539 votes (The Colorado Sun has called this race for Phil Weiser)
- William F. Robinson III (Libertarian): 203 votes
State Board of Education Member – At large
- Kathy Plomer (D): 3,302 votes (The New York Times has called this race for Kathy Plomer)
- Dan Maloit (R): 3,599 votes
- Ryan Van Gundy (Libertarian): 286 votes
- Eric Bodenstab (Unity): 51 votes
United States Senator
- Michael Bennet (D): 3,721 votes (AP has called this race for Michael Bennet)
- Joe O’Dea (R): 3,651 votes
- T.J. Cole (Unity): 48 votes
- Brian Peotter (Libertarian): 159 votes
- Frank Atwood (Approval Voting): 34 votes
Representative to the 118th United States Congress – District 2
- Joe Neguse (D): 3,716 votes (The Colorado Sun has called this race for Joe Neguse)
- Marshall Dawson (R): 3,609 votes
- Gary L. Nation (American Constitution): 83 votes
- Tim Wolf (Unity): 58 votes
- Steve Yurash (Center): 37 votes
Local ballot measures
Ballot Issue 6A — Create new tax to fund Fraser River Valley Housing Partnership — 3,768 of 6,557 total active and inactive voters
- Yes/For: 2,061 votes
- No/Against: 1,596 votes
Town of Grand Lake Retail Marijuana Sales Tax Issue 2A — 243 of 438 total active and inactive voters
- Yes/For: 121 votes
- No/Against: 106 votes
Town of Grand Lake Retail Marijuana Sales Tax Issue 2B — 243 of 438 total active and inactive voters
- Yes/For: 110 votes
- No/Against: 119 votes
Town of Grand Lake Retail Marijuana Sales Tax Issue 2C — 243 of 438 total active and inactive voters
- Yes/For: 118 votes
- No/Against: 116 votes
State ballot measures
Amendment D: New 23rd Judicial District Judge
- Yes/For: 4,281 votes (The New York Times has called this race for Yes/For)
- No/Against: 2,399 votes
Amendment E: Extend Homestead Exemption to Gold Star Spouses
- Yes/For: 6,303 votes (The New York Times has called this race for Yes/For)
- No/Against: 979 votes
Amendment F: Changes to Charitable Gaming Operations
- Yes/For: 2,419 votes
- No/Against: 4,467 votes (The New York Times has called this race for No/Against)
Proposition FF: Healthy School Meals for All
- Yes/For: 3,798 votes (The New York Times has called this race for Yes/For)
- No/Against: 3,588 votes
Proposition GG: Add Tax Information Table to Petitions and Ballots
- Yes/For: 5,036 votes (The New York Times has called this race for Yes/For)
- No/Against: 2,020 votes
Proposition 121: State Income Tax Rate Reduction
- Yes/For: 4,999 votes (The New York Times has called this race for Yes/For)
- No/Against: 2,351 votes
Proposition 122: Access to Natural Psychedelic Substances
- Yes/For: 3,832 votes
- No/Against: 3,480 votes
Proposition 123: Dedicate Revenue for Affordable Housing Programs
- Yes/For: 3,646 votes
- No/Against: 3,651 votes
Proposition 124: Increase Allowable Liquor Store Locations
- Yes/For: 2,494 votes
- No/Against: 4,696 votes (The New York Times has called this race for No/Against)
Proposition 125: Allow Grocery and Convenience Stores to Sell Wine
- Yes/For: 3,404 votes
- No/Against: 3,921 votes
Proposition 126: Third-Party Delivery of Alcohol Beverages
- Yes/For: 3,461 votes
- No/Against: 3,886 votes (The New York Times has called this race for No/Against)
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