Campaign 2018
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Colorado Primary Election Results



Each district’s political lean

Fort Collins

Denver

7

2

6

1

4

Grand Junction

Colorado Springs

5

Pueblo

3

Fort Collins

Boulder

2

Denver

7

1

6

3

Grand Junction

4

Colorado Springs

5

Pueblo

Races to watch
Races by district
District 1 Democrat-held seat
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 45.8 points and Diana DeGette (D) won by 40.2.
Republican
Democrat
District 2 Democrat-held seat
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 21.3 points and Jared Polis (D) won by 19.7.
Republican
Democrat
District 3 Republican-held seat
In 2016, Trump won this district by 11.9 points and Scott Tipton (R) won by 14.3.
Republican
Democrat
District 4 Republican-held seat
In 2016, Trump won this district by 23.2 points and Ken Buck (R) won by 31.9.
Republican
Democrat
District 5 Republican-held seat
In 2016, Trump won this district by 23.9 points and Doug Lamborn (R) won by 31.4.
Republican
Democrat
District 6 Republican-held seat
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 8.9 points and Mike Coffman (R) won by 8.3.
Republican
Democrat
District 7 Democrat-held seat
In 2016, Clinton won this district by 12.1 points and Ed Perlmutter (D) won by 15.4.
Republican
Democrat

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