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Lauren Boebert and John Hickenlooper were among the big winners in the June 30 primary.
Lauren Boebert and John Hickenlooper were among the big winners in the June 30 primary.
Courtesy of Lauren Boebert/Photo by Michael Roberts

Colorado Primary Results: Hick and Boebert for the Wins

The June 30 primary election in Colorado was marked by a massive turnout — more than 1.45 million ballots cast, representing over 41 percent of the electorate — and a mix of expected results and grabby surprises.

Among the expected outcomes was a win by ex-Colorado governor John Hickenlooper, who earned the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate (and the right to compete against Republican incumbent Cory Gardner) after overcoming a spirited challenge from Andrew Romanoff.

The biggest surprise? Lauren Boebert, a Rifle restaurateur, appears to have unseated Representative Scott Tipton by attacking him from the right — a strategy that has her well-positioned for victory in November (her district is decidedly conservative) and congressional notoriety.

The following results from the Colorado Secretary of State's Office, updated at 3:03 a.m., are unofficial — but only a handful of races are so close that their outcome is in doubt. Here are the vote counts for federal offices, as well as all of the contests for the state Board of Education, University of Colorado regents, and the Colorado Senate and House:

U.S. Senate

Democratic Party
Andrew Romanoff — 357,311 (40.46 percent)
John W. Hickenlooper — 525,716 (59.54 percent)

Republican Party
Cory Gardner — 524,678 (100 percent)

Libertarian Party
Gaylon Kent — 2,094 (37.59 percent)
Raymond Anthony Doane — 3,477 (62.41 percent)

U.S. House

District 1
Democratic Party
Diana DeGette — 158,612 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Shane Bolling — 29,037 (100 percent)

District 2
Democratic Party
Joe Neguse — 138,715 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Charlie Winn — 60,086 (100 percent)

District 3
Democratic Party
James Iacino — 39,300 (38.60 percent)
Diane E. Mitsch Bush — 62,507 (61.40)

Republican Party
Lauren Boebert — 57,144 (54.62 percent)
Scott R. Tipton — 47,484 (45.38 percent)

District 4
Democratic Party
Ike McCorkle — 75,002 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Ken Buck — 105,917 (100 percent)

District 5
Democratic Party
Jillian Freeland — 70,205 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Doug Lamborn — 98,313 (100 percent)

District 6
Democratic Party
Jason Crow — 106,335 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Steve House — 58,485 (100 percent)

District 7
Democratic Party
Ed Perlmutter — 120,347 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Charles "Casper" Stockholm — 50,638 (100 percent)

Board of Education

District 1
Democratic Party
Lisa Escárcega — 115,860 (72.12 percent)
Donna Morganstern — 44,781 (27.88 percent)

Republican Party
Syddnia Wulff — 30,330 (100 percent)

District 3
Democratic Party
Mayling Simpson — 82,169 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Joyce Rankin — 86,951 (100 percent)

District 7
Democratic Party
Karla Esser — 112,808 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Nancy Pallozi — 50,635 (100 percent)

CU Regents

District 2
Democratic Party
Callie Rennison — 72,280 (53.23 percent)
Dave Gross — 36,811 (27.11 percent)
Aaron Harber — 26,701 (19.66 percent)

Republican Party
Dick R. Murphy — 61,030 (100 percent)

District 6
Democratic Party
Ilana Spiegel — 99,687 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Richard Murray — 38,838 (65.26 percent)
Priscilla Rahn — 26,683 (34.74 percent)

District 7
Democratic Party
Nolbert Chavez — 112,246 (100 percent)

State Senate

District 4
Democratic Party
Elissa Flaumenhaft — 19,800 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Jim Smallwood — 25,900 (100 percent)

District 8
Democratic Party
Karl Hanlon — 10,592 (56.24 percent)
Arn Menconi — 8,243 (43.76 percent)

Republican Party
Debra Irvine — 6,709 (36.68 percent)
Bob Rankin — 11,582 (63.32 percent)

District 10
Democratic Party
Randi McCallian — 13,748 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Larry G. Liston — 18,9512 (100 percent)

District 12
Democratic Party
Electra Johnson — 12,151 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Bob Gardner — 16,770 (100 percent)

District 17
Democratic Party
Joann Ginal — 27,332 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Hans D. Hochheimer — 10,061 (100 percent)

District 17
Democratic Party
Sonya Jaquez Lewis — 24,559 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Matthew D. Menza — 7,155 (100 percent)

District 18
Democratic Party
Steve Fenberg — 26,617 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Peg Cage — 3,065 (100 percent)

District 19
Democratic Party
Rachel Zenzinger — 27,037 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Lynn Gerber — 13,715 (100 percent)

District 21
Democratic Party
Dominick Moreno — 14,213 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Martin Mendez — 5,692 (100 percent)

District 23
Democratic Party
Sally Boccella — 15,477 (55.97 percent)
Galina Nicol — 12,176 (44.03 percent)

Republican Party
Rupert Parchment — 11,847 (44.49 percent)
Barbara Kirkmeyer — 14,759 (55.51 percent)

District 25
Democratic Party
Paula Dickerson — 13,408 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Kevin Priola — 10,168 (100 percent)

District 26
Democratic Party
Jeff Bridges — 26,652 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Bob Roth — 11,143 (100 percent)

District 27
Democratic Party
Chris Kolker — 22,306 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Suzanne Staiert — 13,173 (100 percent)

District 28
Democratic Party
Janet Buckner — 20,245 (100 percent)

Karl Stecher — 9,867 (100 percent)

District 29
Democratic Party
Rhonda Fields — 16,526 (100 percent)

District 31
Democratic Party
Chris Hansen — 21,393 (54.52 percent)
Maria E. Orms — 17,849 (45.48 percent)

Republican Party
Doug Townshend — 5,962 (100 percent)

District 33
Democratic Party
James Rashad Coleman — 33,906 (100 percent)

District 35
Democratic Party
Carlos R. Lopez — 15,118 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Cleave Simpson — 17,000 (100 percent)

State House

District 1
Democratic Party
Susan Lontine — 9,720 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Samantha Koch — 3,270 (100 percent)

District 2
Democratic Party
Alec Garnett — 21,184 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Victoria Partridge — 2,220 (100 percent)

District 3
Democratic Party
Meg Froelich — 12,266 (100 percent)

Republican Party
William S. "Bill" Klocek — 5,516 (100 percent)

District 4
Democratic Party
Serena Gonzales-Gutierrez — 15,715 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Grant Price — 1,530 (100 percent)

District 5
Democratic Party
Alex Valdez — 14,473 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Jonathan Woodley — 1,476 (100 percent)

District 6
Democratic Party
Steven Woodrow — 9,766 (45.69 percent)
Steven Paletz — 6,562 (30.70 percent)
Dan Himelspach — 5,048 (23.62 percent)

Republican Party
Bill McAleb — 3,566 (100 percent)

District 7
Democratic Party
Jennifer Bacon — 15,592 (100 percent)

District 8
Democratic Party
Leslie Herod — 23,387 (100 percent)

District 9
Democratic Party
Emily Sirota — 15,669 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Larry L. Braig — 3,472 (100 percent)

District 10
Democratic Party
Edie Hooton — 13,692 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Kenneth J. Stickney — 1,117 (100 percent)

District 11
Democratic Party
Karen McCormick — 12,225 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Mark Milliman — 4,318 (100 percent)

District 12
Democratic Party
Tracey Bernett — 14,740 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Eric G. Davila — 3,529 (100 percent)

District 13
Democratic Party
Judy Amabile — 13,211 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Kevin Sipple — 4,088 (100 percent)

District 14
Democratic Party
John Foley — 8,206 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Shane Sandridge — 13,454 (100 percent)

District 15
Democratic Party
John Pyne IV — 6,920 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Dave Williams — 10,443 (100 percent)

District 16
Democratic Party
Stephanie Vigil — 7,612 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Andres G. Pico — 9,894 (100 percent)

District 17
Democratic Party
Thomas "Tony" Exum Sr. — 5,359 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Rob Blancken — 4,010 (100 percent)

District 18
Democratic Party
Marc Snyder — 11,031 (100 percent)

Republican Party
George M. Rapko — 6,418 (100 percent)

District 19
Democratic Party
Joe Thompson — 7,215 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Tim Geitner — 18,378 (100 percent)

District 20
Democratic Party
Meg Fossinger — 5,857 (63.23 percent)
Susan Crutchfield — 3,406 (36.77 percent)

Republican Party
Terri Carver — 11,120 (100 percent)

District 21
Democratic Party
Liz Rosenbaum — 4,863 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Mary Bradfield — 6,266 (100 percent)

District 22
Democratic Party
Mary Parker — 12,349 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Justin Everett — 5,266 (43.83 percent)
Colin Larson — 6,696 (56.17 percent)

District 23
Democratic Party
Chris Kennedy — 15,187 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Fred Clifford — 6,227 (100 percent)

District 24
Democratic Party
Monica Duran — 16,057 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Laurel Imer — 6,148 (100 percent)

District 25
Democratic Party
Lisa A. Cutter — 15,550 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Donald Rosier — 9,381 (100 percent)

District 26
Democratic Party
Dylan Roberts — 11,740 (100 percent)

District 27
Democratic Party
Brianna Titone — 17,310 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Vicki Pyne — 10,144 (100 percent)

District 28
Democratic Party
Kerry Tipper — 13,656 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Pedro "Pete" Roybal — 5,963 (100 percent)

District 29
Democratic Party
Lindsey N. Daughtery — 13,081 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Vanessa DeMott — 6,126 (100 percent)

District 30
Democratic Party
Dafna Michaelson Jenet — 7,295 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Kerrie Gutierrez — 2,304 (52.92 percent)
Cynthia M. Sarmiento — 2,050 (47.08 percent)

District 31
Democratic Party
Yadira Caraveo — 8,782 (100 percent)

District 32
Democratic Party
Adrienne Benavidez — 6,822 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Tony Caputo — 2,320 (100 percent)

District 33
Democratic Party
Matt Gray — 16,568 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Mindy Quiachon — 7,152 (100 percent)

District 34
Democratic Party
Kyle Mullica — 7,756 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Audrey Herman — 1,872 (41.59 percent)
Mark Bromley — 2,629 (58.41 percent)

District 35
Democratic Party
Shannon Bird — 10,893 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Roger Lehman — 4,927 (100 percent)

District 36
Democratic Party
Mike Weissman — 9,651 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Dustin Bishop — 4,500 (100 percent)

District 37
Democratic Party
Tom Sullivan — 11,884 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Caroline Cornell — 6,770 (100 percent)

District 38
Democratic Party
David Ortiz — 10,826 (65.94 percent)
Candice Ferguson — 5,592 (34.06 percent)

Republican Party
Richard Champion — 9,251 (100 percent)

District 39
Democratic Party
Ian Chapman — 9,788 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Mark Baisley — 14,951 (100 percent)

District 40
Democratic Party
John Ronquillo — 5,748 (50.21 percent)
Naquetta Ricks — 5,701 (49.79 percent)

Republican Party
Richard A. Bassett — 5,226 (100 percent)

District 41
Democratic Party
Iman Jodeh — 11,278 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Robert "Bob" Andrews — 4,622 (100 percent)

District 42
Democratic Party
Dominique Jackson — 7,220 (100 percent)

District 43
Democratic Party
Jennifer Mitkowski — 11,735 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Kevin Van Winkle — 9,295 (100 percent)

District 44
Democratic Party
Kyra D. Storojev — 10,683 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Kim Ransom — 10,332 (100 percent)

District 45
Democratic Party
Katie Barrett — 11,362 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Patrick Neville — 14,700 (100 percent)

District 46
Democratic Party
Daneya Esgar — 10,739 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Jonathan Ambler — 5,126 (75.29 percent)
Jonathan Lucero-Mugatu — 1,682 (24.71 percent)

District 47
Democratic Party
Bri Buentello — 8,257 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Stephanie Luck — 4,620 (51.64 percent)
Ron Parker — 4,327 (48.36 percent)

District 48
Democratic Party
Holly A. Herson — 7,736 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Grady Nouis — 6,939 (44.01 percent)
Tonya Van Beber — 8,837 (55.99 percent)

Distrcit 49
Democratic Party
Yara Hanlin Zokaie — 12,524 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Vicki Marble — 5,903 (34.50 percent)
Mike Lynch — 11,719 (66.50 percent)

District 50
Democratic Party
Mary Young — 5,338 (100 percent)

District 51
Republican Party
Hugh McKean — 10,977 (100 percent)

District 52
Democratic Party
Cathy Kipp — 16,159 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Donna Walter — 6,781 (100 percent)

District 53
Democratic Party
Jeni Arndt — 12,844 (100 percent)

District 54
Democratic Party
AliceMarie Slaven-Emond — 5,665 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Matt Soper — 14,233 (100 percent)

District 55
Democratic Party
Scott Beilfuss — 7,979 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Janice Rich — 13,022 (100 percent)

District 56
Democratic Parlty
Guigi Carminati — 10,529 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Rod Bockenfeld — 11,119 (100 percent)

District 57
Democratic Party
Colin Wilhelm — 6,074 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Perry Will — 10,337 (100 percent)

District 58
Democratic Party
Seth Cagin — 7,194 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Marc Catlin — 12,893 (100 percent)

District 59
Democratic Party
Barbara McLachlan — 13,275 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Marilynn Harris — 8,857 (100 percent)

District 60
Democratic Party
Lori Boydston — 8,800 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Ron Hanks — 13,256 (100 percent)

District 61
Democratic Party
Julie McCluskey — 12,502 (100 percent)

Republican Party
Kim McGahey — 7,096 (100 percent)

District 62
Democratic Party
Matthew Martinez — 4,903 (40.35 percent)
Donald E. Valdez — 7,249 (59.65 percent)

Republican Party
Logan Taggart — 5,336 (68.38 percent)
Stephen Rodriguez — 2,470 (31.62 percent)

District 63
Democratic Party
Gen Schneider — 9,160

Republican Party
Patricia E. Miller — 5,119 (37.46 percent)
Dan Woog — 8,548 (62.54 percent)

District 64
Democratic Party
Dean Ormiston — 5,463 (100 percent)

District 65
Republican Party
Rod Pelton — 13,089 (100 percent)

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