All eyes are on the 3rd Congressional District race and a handful of counties that haven’t yet posted their final results.
The 3rd Congressional District contest was separated by fewer than 1,000 votes on Thursday afternoon
The voter-by-voter push in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District could determine which party controls the U.S. House next year. And the voters whose ballots were rejected are feeling the brunt of that reality.
Democrats were bracing for losses on Election Day. Instead, they expanded their majorities in the state House and Senate.
Boebert won by a large margin in Mesa County, while Frisch secured big victories in Pueblo and La Plata counties
Proposition 123 will set aside up to 0.1% of taxable income each year for affordable housing. That’s estimated to be $145 million in the current fiscal year — which ends June 30, 2023 — and $290 million in 2023-24 and subsequent fiscal years.
It’s unlikely the outcome of the 3rd Congressional District race between Boebert and Democrat Adam Frisch will be known until Thursday or Friday — at the earliest
Caraveo, a state representative and pediatrician, defied the political oddsmakers when she eked out a victory last week over Republican state Sen. Barbara Kirkmeyer in Colorado’s new 8th Congressional District
The three top leadership posts in the Colorado House will be held by women
Turnout in the Republican’s 3rd Congressional District is down from 2018, the last midterm election. She outperformed the GOP’s U.S. Senate and gubernatorial candidates in some of the district’s 27 counties.