Primary election 2018

Primaries 2018: Updated election results for statewide and congressional races

Attorney general's race remained close

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The following are unofficial results, as of noon June 28, from the June 26 primaries in statewide and congressional races in the metro area. Data is from the Colorado Secretary of State's Office. Candidates who received the most votes will appear on the November general election ballot. Results will be official on July 18, following the counting of the remaining ballots and a certification process.

Governor

Democrat

Jared Polis: 44.4 percent

Cary Kennedy: 24.7 percent

Mike Johnston: 23.6 percent

Donna Lynne: 7.3 percent

Republican

Walker Stapleton: 47.7 percent

Victor Mitchell: 30.1 percent

Greg Lopez: 13.2 percent

Doug Robinson: 9 percent

State treasurer

Democrat

Dave Young: 67.5 percent

Bernard Douthit: 32.5 percent

Republican

Brian Watson: 37.9 percent

Justin Everett: 37 percent

Polly Lawrence: 25.1 percent

Attorney general

Democrat

Phil Weiser: 50.4 percent

Joe Salazar: 49.6 percent

Republican

George Brauchler: 100 percent (uncontested)

Secretary of state

Democrat

Jena Griswold: 100 percent (uncontested)

Republican

Wayne Williams: 100 percent (uncontested)

Congressional District 1

Democrat

Diana DeGette: 68.3 percent

Saira Rao: 31.7 percent

Republican

Charles Stockham: 100 percent (uncontested)

Congressional District 4

Democrat

Karen McCormick: 64.6 percent

Chase Kohne: 35.4 percent

Republican

Ken Buck: 100 percent (uncontested)

Congressional District 6

Democrat

Jason Crow: 65.9 percent

Levi Tillemann: 34.1 percent

Republican

Mike Coffman: 100 percent (uncontested)

Congressional District 7

Democrat

Ed Perlmutter: 100 percent (uncontested)

Republican

Mark Barrington: 100 percent (uncontested)

Colorado Board of Education (one member per congressional district):

Congressional District 4, Democrat:

Tim Krug: 100 percent (uncontested)

Congressional District 4, Republican:

Debora Scheffel: 100 percent (uncontested)

University of Colorado Board of Regents (one member per congressional district; two at-large):

At-large, Democrat:

Lesley Smith: 100 percent (uncontested)

At-large, Republican:

Ken Montera: 100 percent (uncontested)

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