Politics & Policy

CO Liveblogging Election Night Results

In addition to the livestreaming coverage from Battle ‘10, I’ll be liveblogging throughout the evening in this “sticky” post.

7:02–polls have closed

7:08–Battle ‘10 spoke with Colorado GOP Chair Dick Wadhams

7:34–polls ordered by judge to stay open

Post: BREAKING: The Denver Post is projecting that U.S. Reps. Jared Polis, House District 2, and Diana DeGette, House District 1, have easily won re-election to the U.S. House.

7:37–Perlmutter leading Frazier in CO-7

7:44–reports of Sec. of State computers not working

7:48–Hickenlooper takes early lead in GOV race

7:58–CO GOP guv candidate Maes not in to win, but to spark a revolution

8:05–Colorado SOS numbers as of 7:30pm

DEMS–456334 GOP–534976 UAF–326060 TOTAL: 1325583

8:12–Gardner in CO-4 appears headed for victory

8:16–AP calls race for governor for Hickenlooper (Dem hold)

8:21–CO-4 called for Gardner (GOP pickup)

8:29–CO-7 called for Perlmutter (Dem hold)

8:39–Maes concedes, still has less than 10% (major party status under threat)

8:48–Ken Buck and his wife Perry are awaiting results

8:57–Women and independents helped Democrat John Hickenlooper win the three-way Colorado governor’s race, as Repu… http://tinyurl.com/2bgnkch

9:09–In addition to the livestream, you can also stay up-to-date with the Peoples Press Collective Twitter account @peoplespress

9:19–results slow to trickle in, Colorado Dems appear optimistic after GOV and CO-7 holds, turnout for independents and women appear to favor Dems so far

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