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Election 2020

Colorado election 2020 results: President, Senate, House and ballot questions

The latest Colorado election results reported in real-time in the top races on the ballot

Election officials process ballots for the 2020 election at the Douglas County clerk's office in Castle Rock on Oct. 30, 2020. (Kevin Mohatt, Special to The Colorado Sun)
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Colorado voters set turnout records in the 2020 election, driven by huge interest in the presidential race, a major U.S. Senate contest, a close battle in the 3rd Congressional District and a series of significant ballot measures.

The Colorado Sun is tracking the election results in these top races and updating the counts in real time.

Here are the latest vote counts, as reported by the Secretary of State’s Office.

Last update: 2 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 5, 2020

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TOP 2020 ELECTION RACES
COLORADO BALLOT QUESTIONS

Top 2020 election races

President

U.S. Senate

3rd Congressional District

Statewide ballot questions

Amendment B: To repeal the Gallagher Amendment governing property taxes

Amendment C: To expand the ability of nonprofits to conduct bingo and raffle fundraisers

* Amendment C needs 55% support for passage because it adds language to the state constitution.

Amendment 76: To limit voting to citizens over age 18

* Amendment 76 needs 55% support for passage because it adds language to the state constitution.

Amendment 77: To allow casino towns legal authority to set limits on gaming

Proposition EE: To increase tobacco and nicotine taxes to generate money for state budget and preschool

Proposition 113: To join the national popular vote compact

Proposition 114: To reintroduce wolves in Colorado

Proposition 115: To prohibit abortions after 22 weeks of pregnancy

Proposition 116: To reduce the state income tax to 4.55%

Proposition 117: To put a limit on the ability of state lawmakers to impose certain fees

Proposition 118: To create a new state paid family and medical leave program


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