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No Call Yet on Colorado Governor’s Race

Greenwood Village, Colorado—Colorado’s gubernatorial race remains too close to call, Fox reports.

Republican Bob Beauprez, who lost a gubernatorial bid in 2006, maintains a slight lead at the moment, holding 48.3 percent of the vote compared to incumbent John Hickenlooper’s 47.3 percent.

Yet as Republican Cory Gardner won a decisive victory early in the evening, the gubernatorial race has remained much closer: The margin right now is less than 16,500 votes, with 84 percent reporting, the Denver Post says.

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