2018 Colorado elections

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A general election was held in the U.S. state of Colorado on November 6, 2018. All of Colorado's executive officers were up for election as well as all of Colorado's seven seats in the United States House of Representatives.

Governor and Lieutenant Governor[edit]

Results[edit]

Colorado gubernatorial election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jared Polis 1,348,888 53.4
Republican Walker Stapleton 1,080,801 42.8
Libertarian Scott Helker 69,519 2.8
Unity Bill Hammons 25,854 1.0
Total votes 2,525,062 100.0%
Democratic hold

Attorney General[edit]

Incumbent Republican Attorney General Cynthia Coffman ran for Governor, but was eliminated at the state Republican party convention in April.

Democratic primary[edit]

Declared[edit]

Campaign suspended[edit]

  • Michael Dougherty, District Attorney for Colorado's Twentieth Judicial District[3][4]
  • Amy Padden, federal prosecutor[5]
  • Brad Levin, attorney[6]

Endorsements[edit]

Michael Dougherty (Withdrawn)
  • Bruce Brown, District Attorney for Colorado's 5th Judicial District[7]
  • Mike Foote, State Representative[8]
Joe Salazar

Organizations:

National Officials:

Statewide Officials:

Local Officials:

  • Rochelle Galindo, Greeley councilwoman
  • Rhonda Solis, member of Colorado Board of Education
  • Paul Lopez, Denver city councilman
  • Kathly Plomer, President of the Adams County Board of Education
  • Brother Jeff Fard, Denver community leader
  • Eva Henry, Adams County commissioner
  • Shannon Bird, Westminster city councilwoman
  • Maria de Cambria, Westminster city councilwoman
  • Alberto Garcia, Westminster city councilwoman
  • Chaz Tedesco, Adams County commissioner
Brad Levin
Phil Weiser

Statewide Elected Officials:

Local Elected Officials:

  • Bruce Brown, District Attorney for Colorado’s 5th Judicial District (Clear Creek, Eagle, Lake, & Summit Counties)
  • Kathy Chandler-Henry, Eagle County Commissioner
  • Jeff Chostner, District Attorney for Pueblo
  • Dennis Flores, Pueblo City Councilman
  • Stan Garnett, Former Boulder County District Attorney
  • Irene Griego – University of Colorado Regent
  • Chris Hansen, State Representative, District 6 (Denver County)
  • Bill Holen, Arapahoe County Commissioner
  • Nancy Jackson, Arapahoe County Commissioner #4
  • Jeni James Arndt, State Representative; Assistant Majority Caucus Chair, District 53 (Larimer County)
  • Elise Jones, Boulder County Commissioner
  • Tracy Kraft Tharp, State Representative, District 29 (Jefferson County)
  • Alice Madden, former Majority Leader of the Colorado House of Representatives[18]
  • Dennis Maes, Pueblo County School Board Member; former judge; practicing lawyer
  • Jeanne McQueeney, Eagle County Commissioner
  • Sean Murphy, Mayor of Telluride, Colorado
  • Anthony Nunez, Former Pueblo County Commissioner
  • Garrison Ortiz, Pueblo County Commissioner
  • Sal Pace, Pueblo County Commissioners
  • Joe Pelle, Boulder County Sheriff
  • Marcelina Rivera, Currently Serving as Chief of Staff to Superintendent, Aurora Public Schools
  • Gail Schwartz, Former Colorado State Senator
  • David Skaggs, Former Congressman Colorado’s 2nd District
  • Taylor Voss, Pueblo City School Board
  • John Walsh, Former United States Attorney for Colorado
  • Fiona Arnold – CEO of Mainspring Developers; Former Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Economic Development; Former Chair of the Colorado Law Dean’s Advisory Council

Community & Civic Leaders:

  • Jessica Brown, Partner, Gibson Dunn; Former President, Colorado Women’s Bar Association; Former Chair, Legal Aid Foundation of Colorado Board of Trustees
  • Maxine Burkett, Law Professor
  • Dan Caruso, Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Zayo; Former Chair of the Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network Steering Committee
  • Aneesh Chopra, former Chief Technology Officer of the United States[18]
  • Audrey Danner, Owner of Mountain Connect
  • Brad Feld, Co-Founder Foundry Group; Co-Founder of Mobius Venture Capital
  • Franz Hardy, Former Chair of the CU Law Alumni Board; Partner at Gordon & Rees
  • Sue Heilbronner, CEO of Mergelane
  • Amy Padden, Federal Prosecutor, Former Candidate for Colorado Attorney General[19]
  • Paul Washington, Former Executive Director of the Denver Office of Economic Development

Polling[edit]

Poll source Date(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin
of error
Joe
Salazar
Phil
Weiser
Amy
Padden
Brad
Levin
Undecided
Magellan Strategies (R) May 30–31, 2018 503 ± 4.38% 27% 8% 65%
Magellan Strategies (R) March 20–23, 2018 410 ± 4.8% 34% 5% 5% 4% 51%

Results[edit]

Democratic primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Phil Weiser 298,048 50.43
Democratic Joe Salazar 292,912 49.57
Total votes 590,960 100.0

Republican primary[edit]

Declared[edit]

  • George Brauchler, District Attorney for Colorado’s 18th Judicial District[20]

Results[edit]

Republican primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican George Brauchler 414,532 100.0
Total votes 414,532 100.0

General election[edit]

Endorsements[edit]

Phil Weiser

Former U.S. Executive Branch officials

Statewide Elected Officials:

Local Elected Officials:

  • Bruce Brown, District Attorney for Colorado’s 5th Judicial District (Clear Creek, Eagle, Lake, & Summit Counties)
  • Kathy Chandler-Henry, Eagle County Commissioner
  • Jeff Chostner, District Attorney for Pueblo
  • Dennis Flores, Pueblo City Councilman
  • Stan Garnett, Former Boulder County District Attorney
  • Irene Griego – University of Colorado Regent
  • Chris Hansen, State Representative, District 6 (Denver County)
  • Bill Holen, Arapahoe County Commissioner
  • Nancy Jackson, Arapahoe County Commissioner #4
  • Jeni James Arndt, State Representative; Assistant Majority Caucus Chair, District 53 (Larimer County)
  • Elise Jones, Boulder County Commissioner
  • Tracy Kraft Tharp, State Representative, District 29 (Jefferson County)
  • Alice Madden, former Majority Leader of the Colorado House of Representatives[18]
  • Dennis Maes, Pueblo County School Board Member; former judge; practicing lawyer
  • Jeanne McQueeney, Eagle County Commissioner
  • Sean Murphy, Mayor of Telluride, Colorado
  • Anthony Nunez, Former Pueblo County Commissioner
  • Garrison Ortiz, Pueblo County Commissioner
  • Sal Pace, Pueblo County Commissioners
  • Joe Pelle, Boulder County Sheriff
  • Marcelina Rivera, Currently Serving as Chief of Staff to Superintendent, Aurora Public Schools
  • Gail Schwartz, Former Colorado State Senator
  • David Skaggs, Former Congressman Colorado’s 2nd District
  • Taylor Voss, Pueblo City School Board
  • John Walsh, Former United States Attorney for Colorado
  • Fiona Arnold – CEO of Mainspring Developers; Former Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Economic Development; Former Chair of the Colorado Law Dean’s Advisory Council

Community & Civic Leaders:

  • Jessica Brown, Partner, Gibson Dunn; Former President, Colorado Women’s Bar Association; Former Chair, Legal Aid Foundation of Colorado Board of Trustees
  • Maxine Burkett, Law Professor
  • Dan Caruso, Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Zayo; Former Chair of the Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network Steering Committee
  • Aneesh Chopra, former Chief Technology Officer of the United States[18]
  • Audrey Danner, Owner of Mountain Connect
  • Brad Feld, Co-Founder Foundry Group; Co-Founder of Mobius Venture Capital
  • Franz Hardy, Former Chair of the CU Law Alumni Board; Partner at Gordon & Rees
  • Sue Heilbronner, CEO of Mergelane
  • Amy Padden, Federal Prosecutor, Former Candidate for Colorado Attorney General[19]
  • Paul Washington, Former Executive Director of the Denver Office of Economic Development
George Brauchler

Polling[edit]

Poll source Date(s)
administered
Sample
size
Margin
of error
Phil
Weiser (D)
George
Brauchler (R)
Undecided
Democratic Attorneys General Association (D) May 8–10, 2018 883 ± 3.30% 47% 35% 18%

Results[edit]

Colorado Attorney General election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Phil Weiser 1,285,464 51.6
Republican George Brauchler 1,124,757 45.1
Libertarian William "Bill" Robinson III 81,733 3.3
Total votes 2,491,954 100.0
Democratic gain from Republican

Secretary of State[edit]

Incumbent Republican Secretary of State Wayne Williams is eligible to run for re-election to a second term.

Democratic primary[edit]

Declared[edit]

  • Jena Griswold, lawyer and small business owner[39]

Eliminated at Convention[edit]

  • Phillip Villard

Withdrawn[edit]

  • Gabriel McArthur[40]

Results[edit]

Democratic primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jena Griswold 505,186 100.0
Total votes 505,186 100.0

Republican primary[edit]

Declared[edit]

  • Wayne Williams, Current Secretary of State of Colorado[41]

Endorsements[edit]

Jena Griswold

Results[edit]

Republican primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Wayne Williams (incumbent) 410,792 100.0
Total votes 410,792 100.0

General election[edit]

Endorsements[edit]

Jena Griswold (D)
Former U.S. Executive Branch officials

Results[edit]

Colorado Secretary of State election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Jena Griswold 1,313,716 52.7
Republican Wayne Williams (incumbent) 1,113,927 44.7
Constitution Amanda Campbell 51,734 2.1
Independent Blake Huber 13,258 0.5
Total votes 2,492,635 100.0
Democratic gain from Republican

State Treasurer[edit]

Incumbent Republican State Treasurer Walker Stapleton was term-limited and could not run for a third consecutive term in office. He was the unsuccessful Republican nominee for Governor of Colorado.

Democratic primary[edit]

Declared[edit]

Eliminated at Convention[edit]

  • Charles Scheibe, Chief Financial Officer of the Colorado Department of Treasury[47]

Disqualified[edit]

Endorsements[edit]

Dave Young (D)

Organizations:

State Senators:

National Figures:

State Representatives:

Others:

  • Brother Jeff Fard, Denver community leader[54]
  • Sal Pace, Pueblo county commissioner
  • Jane Goff, state board of education member
  • Shakti, Lakewood city councilwoman
  • Kris Teegardin, mayor of Edgewater

Results[edit]

Democratic primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Dave Young 359,391 67.52
Democratic Bernard Douthit 172,855 32.48
Total votes 532,246 100.0

Republican primary[edit]

Eliminated at Convention [59][edit]

  • Brita Horn, Routt County Treasurer
  • Brett Barkey, District Attorney for Colorado's 14th Judicial District
  • Kevin Lundberg, State Senator

Declined[edit]

Results[edit]

Republican primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Brian Watson 170,225 37.99
Republican Justin Everett 165,322 36.90
Republican Polly Lawrence 112,487 25.11
Total votes 448,034 100.0

General election[edit]

Results[edit]

Colorado State Treasurer election, 2018
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Dave Young 1,292,281 52.2
Republican Brian Watson 1,111,641 44.9
Constitution Gerald F. Kilpatrick 70,475 2.9
Total votes 2,474,397 100.0
Democratic gain from Republican

Colorado State Board of Education[edit]

Two seats on the seven-member State Board of Education are up for election in 2018. These include the 2nd district seat currently held by Democrat Angelika Schroeder and the 4th district seat held by Republican Pam Mazanec.

State Board of Education Member, Congressional District 2

Results[edit]

Democratic primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Angelika Schroeder (incumbent) 96,543 100.0
Total votes 96,543 100.0
Republican primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Johnny Barrett 51,679 100.0
Total votes 51,679 100.0

State Board of Education Member, Congressional District 4

Results[edit]

Democratic primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Tim Krug 49,068 100.0
Total votes 49,068 100.0
Republican primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Debora L. Scheffel 77,948 100.0
Total votes 77,948 100.0

Regents of the University of Colorado[edit]

Three seats on the nine-member University of Colorado Board of Regents are up for election in 2018. These include the at-large seat currently held by Democrat Stephen C. Ludwig, the 3rd district seat held by Republican Glen Gallegos, and the 5th district seat held by Republican Kyle Hybl.

Declared[edit]

At-Large

  • Christopher E. Otwell (Unity) [64][65]
  • Ken Montera (Republican)[66]
  • Lesley Smith (Democrat)[66]

Eliminated at Convention[edit]

  • Jason Robinson (Democrat)
  • Chantell Taylor (Democrat)

Results[edit]

CU Regent At-Large

Democratic primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Lesley Smith 493,636 100.0
Total votes 493,636 100.0
Republican primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Ken Montera 400,339 100.0
Total votes 400,339 100.0

CU Regent District 3

Results[edit]

Democratic primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Alvin Rivera 56,786 100.0
Total votes 56,786 100.0
Republican primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Glen H. Gallegos 60,795 100.0
Total votes 60,795 100.0

CU Regent District 5

  • Chance Hill (Republican)[67]
  • Tony Wolusky (Democrat)

Results[edit]

Democratic primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Tony Wolusky 45,927 100.0
Total votes 45,927 100.0
Republican primary results
Party Candidate Votes %
Republican Chance Hill 84,849 100.0
Total votes 84,849 100.0

State Legislature[edit]

State Senate[edit]

In the 2018 elections, 17 of the 35 seats in the Colorado State Senate are on the ballot.

State House[edit]

All 65 seats in the Colorado House of Representatives are up for election in 2018.

United States House of Representatives[edit]

All of Colorado's seven seats in the United States House of Representatives will be up for election in 2018.

District 20 District Attorney[edit]

General Election Candidates[edit]

  • Michael Dougherty, District Attorney for Colorado's Twentieth Judicial District

Democratic Primary[edit]

  • Michael Dougherty, District Attorney for Colorado's Twentieth Judicial District[3]
  • Mike Foote, Colorado State Representative for Colorado District 30[68]
Michael Dougherty

Newspapers:

  • The Longmont Times-Call[69]

District Attorneys:

  • Stan Garnett, previous Boulder County DA
  • Jim Bullock (D16)
  • Christian Champagne (D6)
  • Jeff Chostner (D10)
  • Will Furse (D22)
  • Dan Hotsenpiller (D7)

Sheriffs:

  • Joe Pelle, Boulder County
  • Joe DiSalvo, Pitkin County
  • Bruce Hartman, Gilpin County
  • Robert Jackson, Alamosa County
  • Bill Masters, San Miguel County
  • Brett Schroetlin, Grand County
  • Kirk Taylor, Pueblo County

Community members:

  • Kris Larsen, mayor of Nederland
  • Bob Yates, Boulder city councilman
  • Claire Levy, former state representative
  • Matt Applebaum, former mayor of Boulder
  • Cynthia Braddock, Boulder county assessor
  • Brad Levin, former candidate for Attorney General
  • Amy Padden, former candidate for Attorney General
  • Andrew Shoemaker, former Boulder city councilman
  • Ron Engles, Gilpin County commissioner
  • Linda Isenhart, Gilpin County commissioner
  • Gail Watson, Gilpin County commissioner
  • Bill Kirpatrick, Golden chief of police
  • Casey Tighe, Jefferson County commissioner
  • Nick Thomas, independent candidate for US Congress, D2
  • Alan Kennedy-Shaffer, candidate for state senate
  • Lisa Widdekind, former candidate for Boulder County commissioner

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External links[edit]

Official Attorney General campaign websites
Official Secretary of State campaign websites
Official State Treasurer campaign websites
Official State Board of Education district 2 campaign websites
Official State Board of Education district 4 campaign websites
Official Regents of the University of Colorado at-large campaign websites
Official Regents of the University of Colorado district 3 campaign websites
Official Regents of the University of Colorado district 5 campaign websites
Official district 20 District Attorney campaign websites