For final election results, please visit the Colorado Secretary of State’s website here.
We’ll be tracking the National, Colorado and Denver races and ballot measures throughout the night and updating the infographics on this page every 15-30 minutes. If you’d like more minute-by-minute updates, you can follow us on Twitter @msmyahem_mag. Our reporters @mi_lauterbach and @Esteflan20B will be live Tweeting (and probably sending out a couple of hot-take opinions).
Our sources for updates are the Colorado Secretary of State, CNN, The Associated Press, FiveThirtyEight, The New York Times, CNBC, and Denver Elections.
As of Nov. 7, Decision Desk called the race for President-elect Joe Biden. The AP followed on the morning of Nov. 8, calling Pennsylvania and Nevada for the former Vice President. We are still waiting for certification in several states.
Georgia has been called for Biden, but the state currently conducting a recount by hand. Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has ordered this labor-intensive feat to be finished by 11:59 on Nov. 18.
Both senate races in the state will also go to a runoff in January 2021.
The infographic above reflects the Denver County votes only. It will be updated as final results for the state of Colorado are finalized.
Both of these infographics represent the candidates and measures on the Colorado ballot. The race to really watch is Congressional District 3, where far-right candidate and QAnon sympathizer Lauren Boebart is expected to win.
As of 9:30 p.m. MT, all races in Colorado except the CD3 have been called. 80% of the vote has been reported in the district and Boebert is leading at 50.5%. Mitsch Bush is trailing at 406.4%.
As for the Senate race, Hickenlooper has consistently voted several points ahead of Gardner, the incumbent for the seat.
The first infographic will be updated throughout the night. The second will be updated as we learn the winners.
The Colorado General Assembly has several seats up for grabs this year. The Senate is currently controlled by Republicans and the House of Representatives by Democrats. There are 35 Senators and 65 Representatives in total, but we’ve chosen to focus on those representing districts that cover Denver.
This infographic will be updated as we learn who the winners are.
Nearly 80% of active voters have returned their ballots as of 4 p.m. Here's a breakdown by age group.— Denver Elections (@DenverElections) November 3, 2020
If you still need to vote, avoid a line! Take a look at wait times for vote centers before you go at https://t.co/CY6Zso8GcP.#DenverVotes #Election2020 pic.twitter.com/gFr3T69bvA
The above infographics represent the Denver ballot measures, Denver municipal positions and judge retention votes. The ballot measure infographic will be updated throughout the night. The other two will be updated as we learn who the winners are and confirmation of retention approval or denial.