Voters decide San Luis Valley future

Voter turnout was fairly high throughout the San Luis Valley. /Courier photo by Helen Smith

NOTE: This article is revised to reflect revised totals in Costilla County which changed the outcome on the Sierra Grande school issue.

VALLEY — San Luis Valley voters on Tuesday selected new sheriffs, defeated a law enforcement tax question in Conejos County while passing it in Saguache County, approved BEST grant money for a new school at Sierra Grande and for the most part retained incumbents in office including State Representative Donald Valdez.

Valdez, a Democrat, faced a challenge from fellow San Luis Valley resident Scott Honeycutt, a Republican. By press time, Valdez had retained his post by about 3,400 votes, taking 56 percent of the vote for the House District 62 seat.

“I just want to thank all the voters and the volunteers and everybody who contributed to the campaign,” Valdez said. “The support was huge. I want to thank my family and my friends and my neighbors who were a big support.”

Valdez said he was excited to get back to the capitol “to be a voice for our rural values.”

Three Valley counties chose new sheriffs for 2019. The race was decided in Costilla County at the Primary Election level, with Danny R. Sanchez easily defeating fellow Democrats Carlos C. DeLeon, Colleen C. Romero and Steven Vigil in June. Sanchez will replace Sheriff Amos Medina. Conejos County also had a vacancy in the sheriff’s office, and voters on Tuesday chose Republican Garth Crowther to fill it. He received 2,381 votes, well ahead of Democratic candidate Jacob Ortiz who received 882 votes. In Rio Grande County, voters selected Republican Donald McDonald to be the new sheriff. Incumbent Brian Norton received a fair share of the votes as a write-in candidate, however, with 44 percent to McDonald’s 56 percent.

Ballot questions went both ways from one end of the Valley to the other, with voters in Conejos County soundly defeating a ballot request to raise taxes for law enforcement while Saguache County voters approved a similar proposal to fund law enforcement. The tax question in Conejos County was defeated by nearly 600 votes while the 1.5-percent sales tax for law enforcement in Saguache County won by about 150 votes.

Residents voting on a BEST (Building Excellent Schools Today) grant to build a new pre-K through 12th grade facility for Sierra Grande School approved the measure by 37 votes, 469 to 432, according to revised ballot totals Wednesday morning.

Saguache city voters decided not to allow retail recreational marijuana stores or medical marijuana stores in town. Moffat voters approved a 5-percent marijuana sales tax 34 to 14 votes.

Alamosa County

In Alamosa County, incumbent County Commissioner Michael Yohn, a Republican defeated Democratic challenger Edward Vigil to retain his post representing District 2; Republican Amy McKinley defeated Democrat Donna Griego in a close race for Alamosa County treasurer to replace retiring Treasurer Lois Widhalm; and incumbent Sandra Hostetter, a Republican, handily retained her position as Alamosa County assessor against challenger Josef Lucero, an Independent.

“Thank you to all the citizens of Alamosa County. I appreciate the support and the friendship that I have. Thank you to my amazing staff,” Hostetter said.

McKinley said, “Thanks to all of the people that voted, all of the people that supported me, and I just feel blessed and honored to have been on this journey and I am very excited to start this new chapter.”

Yohn said the election was like a job evaluation of what he had accomplished and how he would proceed in the future. “I really appreciate the support of all the citizens of Alamosa County,” he said, “because this is their say in what goes on for the next four years. Let’s keep Alamosa moving forward.”

Projects completed or in the works include $10 million worth of improvements to the airport, the jail addition and remodeling, the new courthouse construction, the $1.5 million Mosca sewer project, closing out the Co-op Road dump and cleaning up “Devil’s Playground.”

Conejos County

In Conejos County, in addition to Garth Crowther easily defeating Jacob Ortiz in the sheriff’s race; incumbent Richard Martin, a Republican, defeated Leslie Salazar, a Democrat, in the coroner’s contest; incumbent County Commissioner Mitchell Jarvies, a Republican, defeated challenger Steve Cordova, a Democrat, by nearly 800 votes; and voters turned down a ballot question for a tax increase for sheriff operations and emergency services with 1,272 votes for it and 1,859 against.

Costilla County

The county races were decided in the Primary Election in Costilla County, but residents voted on the Sierra Grande school issue, which passed by 37 votes.

Mineral County

In Mineral County, incumbent County Treasurer Patti Payne, a Democrat, easily retained her seat against challenger Michael Averette, a Republican, with 65 percent of the vote.

Rio Grande County

In the only contested county-level race in Rio Grande County, voters chose Republican Donald McDonald to be the new sheriff, with incumbent Brian Norton not receiving enough write-in votes to retain his seat.

Saguache County

In Saguache County, incumbent Clerk & Recorder Trish Gilbert, a Republican defeated Democratic challenger Renee Hazard; Sheriff Dan Warwick, a Republican, held his post by 72 percent of the vote against challenger Nobel Havens, a Democrat; and in the three-way race for Saguache County Commissioner District 3, incumbent Tim Lovato, a Democrat, earned 54 percent of the vote to retain his position, while Terry Gillette and Lisa Rosen, running as unaffiliated candidates, received 25 percent and 22 percent of the vote, respectively. Saguache County voters approved a tax increase for law enforcement by more than 150 votes, 1,369 to 1,213. Saguache city voters decided not to allow retail recreational marijuana stores or medical marijuana stores in town. Moffat voters approved a 5-percent marijuana sales tax 34 to 14 votes.

Turnout high

Voter turnout was high in the most of the San Luis Valley with 84 percent in Mineral County; 67 percent in Alamosa County and Conejos County; 62 percent in Saguache County and Rio Grande County; and 63 percent in Costilla County.

(The totals below may be subject to change as more complete results are available.)

Alamosa County

Representative to the 116th United States Congress - District 3

REP Scott R. Tipton 2,958

DEM Diane Mitsch Bush 2,847

LBR Gaylon Kent 88

IND Mary M. Malarsie 145

Governor/Lieutenant Governor

DEM Jared Polis / Dianne Primavera 3,010

REP Walker Stapleton / Lang Sias 2,679

UNI Bill Hammons / Eric Bodenstab 120

LBR Scott Helker / Michele Poague 181

Secretary of State

REP Wayne Williams 2,689

DEM Jena Griswold 3,059

ACN Amanda Campbell 171

APV Blake Huber 30

State Treasurer

REP Brian Watson 2,693

DEM Dave Young 3,006

ACN Gerald F. Kilpatrick 197

Attorney General

DEM Phil Weiser 2,977

REP George Brauchler 2,785

LBR William F. Robinson III 167

Regent of the University of Colorado - At Large

DEM Lesley Smith 2,879

REP Ken Montera 2,547

UNI Christopher E. Otwell 85

LBR James K. Treibert 190

Regent of the University of Colorado - Congressional District 3

DEM Alvin Rivera 2,824

REP Glen H. Gallegos 2,538

LBR Michael Stapleton 350

State Representative - District 62

DEM Donald E. Valdez 3,203

REP Scott Honeycutt 2,741

Alamosa County Commissioner - District 2

DEM Edward Vigil 48.24% 2,885

REP Michael Yohn 51.76% 3,096

Alamosa County Clerk and Recorder

REP Melanie Woodward 100.00% 4,972

Alamosa County Treasurer

DEM Donna Griego 45.45% 2,714

REP Amy McKinley 54.55% 3,258

Alamosa County Assessor

REP Sandra J. Hostetter 69.47% 4,046

IND Josef P. Lucero 30.53% 1,778

Alamosa County Sheriff

DEM Robert Jackson 100.00% 4,996

Alamosa County Surveyor

REP Daniel M. Russell 100.00% 4,726

Alamosa County Coroner

REP Trace K. Larson 100.00% 4,681

Colorado Supreme Court Justice - Gabriel

Yes 74.36% 3,698

No 25.64% 1,275

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Dailey

Yes 73.25% 3,645

No 26.75% 1,331

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Freyre

Yes 74.14% 3,695

No 25.86% 1,289

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Harris

Yes 69.09% 3,436

No 30.91% 1,537

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Richman

Yes 73.54% 3,654

No 26.46%1,315

District Court Judge - 12th Judicial District - Swift

Yes 80.16% 4,441

No 19.84% 1,099

Alamosa County Court Judge - Walzl

Yes 78.72% 4,239

No 21.28% 1,146

Amendment V (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 33.44% 1,949

No/Against 66.56% 3,880

Amendment W (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 42.28% 2,370

No/Against 57.72% 3,235

Amendment X (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 56.54% 3,177

No/Against 43.46% 2,442

Amendment Y (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 63.57% 3,668

No/Against 36.43% 2,102

Amendment Z (CONSTITUTIONAL) (Vote For 1)

Yes/For 62.48% 3,550

No/Against 37.52% 2,132

Amendment A (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 55.02% 3,162

No/Against 44.98% 2,585

Amendment 73 (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 43.23% 2,512

No/Against 56.77% 3,299

Amendment 74 (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 48.53% 2,849

No/Against 51.47% 3,022

Amendment 75 (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 27.82% 1,598

No/Against 72.18% 4,146

Proposition 109 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 32.29% 1,860

No/Against 67.71% 3,900

Proposition 110 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 34.13% 1,974

No/Against 65.87% 3,809

Proposition 111 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 73.73% 4,241

No/Against 26.27% 1,511

Proposition 112 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 42.13% 2,461

No/Against 57.87% 3,381

Alamosa County Ballot Question 1A

Yes/For 69.52% 3,926

No/Against 30.48% 1,721

Conejos County

Representative to the 116th United States Congress - District 3

REP Scott R. Tipton 1,709

DEM Diane Mitsch Bush 1,442

LBR Gaylon Kent 31

IND Mary M. Malarsie 79

Governor/Lieutenant Governor

DEM Jared Polis / Dianne Primavera 1,541

REP Walker Stapleton / Lang Sias 1,580

UNI Bill Hammons / Eric Bodenstab 43

LBR Scott Helker / Michele Poague 79

Secretary of State

REP Wayne Williams 1,542

DEM Jena Griswold 1,594

ACN Amanda Campbell 86

APV Blake Huber 9

State Treasurer

REP Brian Watson 1,556

DEM Dave Young 1,593

ACN Gerald F. Kilpatrick 79

Attorney General

DEM Phil Weiser 1,558

REP George Brauchler 1,605

LBR William F. Robinson III 64

Regent of the University of Colorado - At Large

DEM Lesley Smith 1,567

REP Ken Montera 1,530

UNI Christopher E. Otwell 22

LBR James K. Treibert 50

Regent of the University of Colorado - Congressional District 3

DEM Alvin Rivera 1,529

REP Glen H. Gallegos 1,509

LBR Michael Stapleton 120

State Representative - District 62

DEM Donald E. Valdez 1,950

REP Scott Honeycutt 1,337

Conejos County Commissioner - District 2

DEM Steve A. Cordova 1,204

REP Mitchell Jarvies 2,068

Conejos County Clerk and Recorder

DEM Nathan Ruybal 2,646

Conejos County Treasurer

REP Mack M. Crowther 2,809

Conejos County Assessor

DEM Naomi Martinez-Keys 2,758

Conejos County Sheriff

DEM Jacob D. Ortiz 882

REP Garth Crowther 2,381

Conejos County Surveyor

REP Martin Reynolds 2,550

Conejos County Coroner

DEM Leslie Salazar 1,489

REP Richard A. Martin 1,774

Colorado Supreme Court Justice - Gabriel

Yes 1,888

No 967

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Dailey

Yes 1,932

No 919

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Freyre

Yes 1,870

No 958

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Harris

Yes 1,767

No 1,042

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Richman

Yes 1,849

No 937

District Court Judge - 12th Judicial District - Swift

Yes 2,163

No 882

Amendment V (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 873

No/Against 2,240

Amendment W (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 1,138

No/Against 1,889

Amendment X (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 1,361

No/Against 1,602

Amendment Y (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 1,580

No/Against 1,395

Amendment Z (CONSTITUTIONAL) (Vote For 1)

Yes/For 1,569

No/Against 1,401

Amendment A (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 1,371

No/Against 1,617

Amendment 73 (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 1,101

No/Against 1,940

Amendment 74 (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 1,635

No/Against 1,414

Amendment 75 (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 743

No/Against 2,264

Proposition 109 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 816

No/Against 2,202

Proposition 110 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 721

No/Against 2,354

Proposition 111 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 2,030

No/Against 1,065

Proposition 112 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 1,123

No/Against 2,027

Costilla County

REVISED FROM WHAT WAS PUBLISHED IN WEDNESDAY’S COURIER
(also, voter turnout reported at 63 percent)

Representative to the 116th United States Congress - District 3

REP     Scott R. Tipton 523

DEM    Diane Mitsch Bush 1,041

LBR     Gaylon Kent 28

IND     Mary M. Malarsie 47

Governor/Lieutenant Governor

DEM    Jared Polis / Dianne Primavera 1,010

REP     Walker Stapleton / Lang Sias 506

UNI     Bill Hammons / Eric Bodenstab 29

LBR     Scott Helker / Michele Poague 58

Secretary of State

REP     Wayne Williams 491

DEM    Jena Griswold 1,061

ACN     Amanda Campbell 46

APV     Blake Huber 12

State Treasurer

REP     Brian Watson 468

DEM    Dave Young 1,078

ACN     Gerald F. Kilpatrick 55

Attorney General

DEM    Phil Weiser 1,045

REP     George Brauchler 508

LBR     William F. Robinson III 46

Regent of the University of Colorado - At Large

DEM    Lesley Smith 1,040

REP     Ken Montera 451

UNI     Christopher E. Otwell 9

LBR     James K. Treibert 59

Regent of the University of Colorado - Congressional District 3

DEM    Alvin Rivera 1,042

REP     Glen H. Gallegos 461

LBR     Michael Stapleton 78

State Representative - District 62

DEM    Donald E. Valdez 1,130

REP     Scott Honeycutt 480

Costilla County Commissioner - District 2

DEM    Michael ''Mikey'' V. Gallegos 1,200

Costilla County Commissioner - District 3

DEM    Steven Romero 1,203

Costilla County Clerk and Recorder

DEM    Najondine T. Placek 1,208

Costilla County Treasurer

DEM    Lorraine C. Medina 1,207

Costilla County Assessor

DEM    R. Thomas Aragon 1,199

Costilla County Sheriff

DEM    Danny R. Sanchez 1,308

Costilla County Coroner

DEM    Gary R. Vigil 1,260

Colorado Supreme Court Justice - Gabriel

Yes 961

No 378

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Dailey

Yes 952

No 379

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Freyre

Yes 958

No 368

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Harris

Yes 862

No 425

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Richman

Yes 875

No 385

District Court Judge - 12th Judicial District - Swift

Yes 1,069

No 378

Costilla County Court Judge - Wood

Yes 975

No 459

Amendment V (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 553

No/Against 920

Amendment W (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 580

No/Against 845

Amendment X (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 738

No/Against 681

Amendment Y (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 902

No/Against 543

Amendment Z (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 915

No/Against 523

Amendment A (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 864

No/Against 604

Amendment 73 (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 634

No/Against 828

Amendment 74 (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 832

No/Against 678

Amendment 75 (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 437

No/Against 1,010

Proposition 109 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 522

No/Against 934

Proposition 110 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 486

No/Against 1,011

Proposition 111 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 1,107

No/Against 365

Proposition 112 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 757

No/Against 763

Sierra Grande School District R-30 Ballot Issue 3A

Yes/For 469

No/Against 432

 

Mineral County

Representative to the 116th United States Congress - District 3

REP Scott R. Tipton 326

DEM Diane Mitsch Bush 246

LBR Gaylon Kent 13

IND Mary M. Malarsie 16

Governor/Lieutenant Governor

DEM Jared Polis / Dianne Primavera 259

REP Walker Stapleton / Lang Sias 319

UNI Bill Hammons / Eric Bodenstab 8

LBR Scott Helker / Michele Poague 16

Secretary of State

REP Wayne Williams 311

DEM Jena Griswold 266

ACN Amanda Campbell 16

APV Blake Huber 2

State Treasurer

REP Brian Watson 309

DEM Dave Young 254

ACN Gerald F. Kilpatrick 14

Attorney General

DEM Phil Weiser 252

REP George Brauchler 316

LBR William F. Robinson III 23

Regent of the University of Colorado - At Large

DEM Lesley Smith 219

REP Ken Montera 281

UNI Christopher E. Otwell 6

LBR James K. Treibert 30

Regent of the University of Colorado - Congressional District 3

DEM Alvin Rivera 217

REP Glen H. Gallegos 273

LBR Michael Stapleton 43

State Representative - District 62

DEM Donald E. Valdez 262

REP Scott Honeycutt 325

Mineral County Commissioner - District 1

DEM R Scott Lamb 474

Mineral County Clerk and Recorder

REP Eryn K Wintz 526

Mineral County Treasurer

REP Michael Averette 215

DEM Patti Payne 403

Mineral County Assessor

DEM Libby Lamb 440

Mineral County Sheriff

DEM Fred Hosselkus 457

Mineral County

Coroner

DEM Jimmy K Adelman 466

Colorado Supreme Court Justice - Gabriel

Yes 328

No 121

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Dailey

Yes 321

No 122

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Freyre

Yes 321

No 129

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Harris

Yes 263

No 182

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Richman

Yes 311

No 136

District Court Judge - 12th Judicial District - Swift

Yes 355

No 115

Amendment V (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 31.87% 182

No/Against 68.13% 389

Amendment W (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 48.60% 261

No/Against 51.40% 276

Amendment X (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 60.62% 331

No/Against 39.38% 215

Amendment Y (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 70.80% 400

No/Against 29.20% 165

Amendment Z (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 67.93% 377

No/Against 32.07% 178

Amendment A (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 53.49% 299

No/Against 46.51% 260

Amendment 73 (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 43.33% 247

No/Against 56.67% 323

Amendment 74 (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 51.22% 293

No/Against 48.78% 279

Amendment 75 (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 25.85% 144

No/Against 74.15% 413

Proposition 109 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 33.39% 190

No/Against 66.61% 379

Proposition 110 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 37.43% 213

No/Against 62.57% 356

Proposition 111 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 79.46% 445

No/Against 20.54% 115

Proposition 112 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 41.71% 244

No/Against 58.29% 341

Rio Grande County

Representative to the 116th United States Congress - District 3

REP Scott R. Tipton 2,929

DEM Diane Mitsch Bush 1,794

LBR Gaylon Kent 68

IND Mary M. Malarsie 136

Governor/Lieutenant Governor

DEM Jared Polis / Dianne Primavera 1,902

REP Walker Stapleton / Lang Sias 2,789

UNI Bill Hammons / Eric Bodenstab 59

LBR Scott Helker / Michele Poague 164

Secretary of State

REP Wayne Williams 2,761

DEM Jena Griswold  1,971

ACN Amanda Campbell 148

APV Blake Huber 26

State Treasurer

REP Brian Watson 2,787

DEM Dave Young 1,926

ACN Gerald F. Kilpatrick 147

Attorney General

DEM Phil Weiser 1,917

REP George Brauchler 2,797

LBR William F. Robinson III 158

Regent of the University of Colorado - At Large

DEM Lesley Smith 1,865

REP Ken Montera 2,617

UNI Christopher E. Otwell 50

LBR James K. Treibert 132

Regent of the University of Colorado - Congressional District 3

DEM Alvin Rivera 1,805

REP Glen H. Gallegos 2,630

LBR Michael Stapleton 231

State Representative - District 62

DEM Donald E. Valdez 2,133

REP Scott Honeycutt 2,758

Rio Grande County Commissioner - District 2

REP John Noffsker 100.00% 3,619

Rio Grande County Clerk & Recorder

REP Cindy Hill 100.00% 3,973

Rio Grande County Treasurer

REP Cherilyn K Rue 100.00% 3,835

Rio Grande County Assessor

REP J J Mondragon 100.00% 3,848

Rio Grande County Sheriff (Vote For 1)

REP Donald G McDonald 55.88% 2,380

Brian Norton 44.07% 1,877

Susan Christine Wolfrey 0.05% 2

Rio Grande County Coroner

REP Stephen Hunzeker 100.00% 3,753

Colorado Supreme Court Justice - Gabriel

Yes 73.13% 2,959

No 26.87% 1,087

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Dailey

Yes 73.69% 3,013

No 26.31% 1,076

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Freyre

Yes 72.28% 2,954

No 27.72% 1,133

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Harris

Yes 65.29% 2,675

No 34.71% 1,422

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Richman

Yes 71.76% 2,905

No 28.24% 1,143

District Court Judge - 12th Judicial District - Swift

Yes 79.45% 3,526

No 20.55% 912

Rio Grande County Court Judge - Zollars

Yes 77.71% 3,458

No 22.29% 992

Amendment V (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 27.59% 1,324

No/Against 72.41% 3,474

Amendment W (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 42.89% 1,948

No/Against 57.11% 2,594

Amendment X (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 53.31% 2,466

No/Against 46.69% 2,160

Amendment Y (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 58.47% 2,757

No/Against 41.53% 1,958

Amendment Z (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 58.42% 2,736

No/Against 41.58% 1,947

Amendment A (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 49.03% 2,310

No/Against 50.97% 2,401

AMENDMENT 73 (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 34.43% 1,639

No/Against 65.57% 3,121

Amendment 74 (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 52.38% 2,493

No/Against 47.62% 2,266

Amendment 75 (CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 26.00% 1,229

No/Against 74.00% 3,498

Proposition 109 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 30.30% 1,442

No/Against 69.70% 3,317

Proposition 110 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 28.10% 1,341

No/Against 71.90% 3,432

Proposition 111 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 70.07% 3,291

No/Against 29.93% 1,406

Proposition 112 (STATUTORY)

Yes/For 34.44% 1,663

No/Against 65.56% 3,166

Town of Del Norte Ballot Issue 2A

Yes/For 27.19% 171

No/Against 72.81% 458

Saguache County

Representative to the 116th United States Congress - District 3

REP Scott R. Tipton 1,045

DEM Diane Mitsch Bush 1,488

LBR Gaylon Kent 50

IND Mary M. Malarsie 69

Governor/Lieutenant Governor

DEM Jared Polis / Dianne Primavera 1,513

REP Walker Stapleton / Lang Sias 1,007

UNI Bill Hammons / Eric Bodenstab 34

LBR Scott Helker / Michele Poague 93

Secretary of State

REP Wayne Williams 1,002

DEM Jena Griswold 1,534

ACN Amanda Campbell 78

APV Blake Huber 15

State Treasurer

REP Brian Watson 990

DEM Dave Young 1,508

ACN Gerald F. Kilpatrick 111

Attorney General

DEM Phil Weiser 1,462

REP George Brauchler 1,032

LBR William F. Robinson III 105

Regent of the University of Colorado - At Large

DEM Lesley Smith 1,484

REP Ken Montera 915

UNI Christopher E. Otwell 40

LBR James K. Treibert 103

Regent of the University of Colorado - Congressional District 3

DEM Alvin Rivera 1,418

REP Glen H. Gallegos 953

LBR Michael Stapleton 151

State Representative - District 62

DEM Donald E. Valdez 1,541

REP Scott Honeycutt 1,039

Saguache County Commissioner - District 3

DEM Tim N. Lovato 1,366

UAF Terry M. Gillette 633

UAF Lisa Rosen 549

Saguache County Clerk & Recorder

REP Trish Gilbert 53.35% 1,409

DEM Renee Hazard 46.65% 1,232

Saguache County

Treasurer

REP Connie A. Trujillo 1,974

Saguache County

Assessor

DEM Peter Peterson 1 1,813

Saguache County Sheriff

REP Dan Warwick 1,857

DEM Nobel Havens 725

Saguache County Coroner

DEM Tom Perrin 2,083

Colorado Supreme Court Justice - Gabriel

Yes 1,525

No 542

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Dailey

Yes 1,469

No 567

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Freyre

Yes 1,481

No 562

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Harris

Yes 1,294

No 694

Colorado Court of Appeals Judge - Richman

Yes 1,425

No 576

District Court Judge - 12th Judicial District - Swift

Yes 1,669

No 524

Saguache County Court Judge - Ulrich

Yes 1,660

No 559

Amendment V

(CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 1,056

No/Against 1,467

Amendment W

(CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 1,194

No/Against 1,168

Amendment X

(CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 1,477

No/Against 944

Amendment Y

(CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 1,699

No/Against 793

Amendment Z

(CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 1,684

No/Against 31.82% 786

Amendment A

(CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 1,582

No/Against 924

Amendment 73

(CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 1,215

No/Against 1,366

Amendment 74

(CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 1,233

No/Against 52.69% 1,373

Amendment 75

(CONSTITUTIONAL)

Yes/For 722

No/Against 71.05% 1,772

Proposition 109

(STATUTORY)

Yes/For 785

No/Against 1,757

Proposition 110

(STATUTORY)

Yes/For 972

No/Against 1,580

Proposition 111

(STATUTORY)

Yes/For 1,941

No/Against 590

Proposition 112

(STATUTORY)

Yes/For 1,508

No/Against 1,090

Saguache County Ballot Issue 1A

Sales tax increase 1.5 percent

Yes/For 1,369

No/Against 1,213

Town of Saguache Ballot Issue 2A

Allow/Tax of Retail Recreational Marijuana Stores

Yes/For 121

No/Against 186

Town of Saguache Ballot Question 2 B

Allow Medical Marijuana Stores

Yes/For 127

No/Against 183

Town of Moffat Ballot Issue 2C

5% Marijuana Sales Tax

Yes/For 34

No/Against 14

 

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