Election 2018Hot Sheet

PRIMARY 2018: The winners’ list

Author: Colorado Politics - June 26, 2018 - Updated: June 26, 2018

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Election judge Richard Bettinger helps organize primary election ballots for counting as they arrive at the Denver Elections Division headquarters early Tuesday, June 26, 2018, in Denver. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

Here is an unofficial list of winners in Tuesday’s primary election in Colorado.

DEMOCRATIC PARTY BALLOT

State Offices

Governor
Jared Polis

Secretary of State
Jena Griswold

State Treasurer
Dave Young

Regent Univ. of Colorado at large
Lesley Smith

Regent Univ. of Colorado Dist. 5
Tony Wolusky

State Senator – Dist. 2
Beth Harz

State Senator – Dist. 9
Gil Armendariz

State Senator – Dist. 11
Pete Lee

State Representative Dist. 14
Paul J. Haddick

State Representative – Dist. 15
Brenda Krause

State Representative Dist. 16
Andrew Smith

State Representative Dist. 17
Thomas “Tony” Exum Sr.

State Representative Dist. 18
Marc Snyder

State Representative Dist. 19
Asia M. Zanders

State Representative Dist. 20
Kent Edward Jarnig

State Representative Dist. 21
Liz Rosenbaum

 

REPUBLICAN PARTY BALLOT

State Offices

Governor
Walker Stapleton

Secretary of State
Wayne Williams

State Treasurer
Brian Watson

Attorney General
George Brauchler

Regent Univ. of Colorado at large
Ken Montera

Regent Univ. of Colorado Dist. 5
Chance Hill

State Senator – Dist. 2
Dennis Hisey

State Senator – Dist. 9
Paul Lundeen

State Senator – Dist. 11
Pat McIntire

State Representative Dist. 14
Shane Sandridge

State Representative – Dist. 15
Dave Williams

State Representative Dist. 16
Larry G. Liston

State Representative Dist. 17
Kit Roupe

State Representative Dist. 18
Jillian Likness

State Representative Dist. 19
Tim Geitner

State Representative Dist. 20
Terri Carver

State Representative Dist. 21
Lois Landgraf

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