2018 Election Live Results
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On this Page: Governor, U.S. Representative (7 congressional districts)
Results Expected: After 9:00 PM Eastern Time
Gov. John Hickenlooper (D) cannot run due to term limits. He may reemerge as a candidate for his party's 2020 presidential nomination. The race to replace him is seen as competitive.
|✓||Jared Polis (Democratic)|
|✓||Walker Stapleton (Republican)|
|✓||Scott Helker (Libertarian)|
|✓||Bill Hammons (Unity)|
7 Congressional Districts: 4 Republicans | 3 Democrats
Highly Competitive: 6th
Five-term incumbent Mike Coffman (R) faces an uphill climb in this affluent suburban Denver district. Hillary Clinton won here by 8.5% over Donald Trump in 2016. A mid-October poll by NYT Upshot / Siena College gave Democratic challenger Jason Crow a 9 point lead.
Others to Watch: 3rd
This one is less likely to change parties, but is still one to keep an eye on.
The state's five other districts look safe for the incumbent party, including CO-2 where incumbent Jared Polis is departing. Polis is the Democratic nominee for governor.
U.S. House District 1
|✓||*Diana Degette (Democratic)|
|✓||Casper Stockham (Republican)|
|✓||Raymon Doane (Libertarian)|
U.S. House District 2
|✓||Joe Neguse (Democratic)|
|✓||Peter Yu (Republican)|
|✓||Nick Thomas (Independent)|
|✓||Roger Barris (Libertarian)|
U.S. House District 3
|✓||Diane Bush (Democratic)|
|✓||*Scott R Tipton (Republican)|
|✓||Mary Malarsie (Independent)|
|✓||Gaylon Kent (Libertarian)|
U.S. House District 4
|✓||Karen McCormick (Democratic)|
|✓||*Ken Buck (Republican)|
U.S. House District 5
|✓||Stephany Spaulding (Democratic)|
|✓||*Doug Lamborn (Republican)|
|✓||Doug Randall (Libertarian)|
U.S. House District 6
|✓||Jason Crow (Democratic)|
|✓||*Mike Coffman (Republican)|
|✓||Kat Martin (Libertarian)|
|✓||Dan Chapin (Unaffiliated)|
U.S. House District 7
|✓||*Ed Perlmutter (Democratic)|
|✓||Mark Barrington (Republican)|
|✓||Jennifer Nackerud (Libertarian)|
Neither seat is up for election this year.
2020: Sen. Cory Gardner (R, 1st term) | 2022: Sen. Michael Bennet (D, 3rd term).