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2016 Colorado Senate election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Colorado Senate election, 2016

← 2014 November 8, 2016 (2016-11-08) 2018 →

18 of the 35 seats in the Colorado Senate
18 seats needed for a majority
Turnout74.05%
  Majority party Minority party
 
Kevin Grantham.JPG
Lucía Guzmán.JPG
Leader Kevin Grantham Lucía Guzmán
Party Republican Democratic
Leader's seat District 2 District 34
Last election 18 17
Seats before 18 17
Seats won 18 17
Seat change Steady Steady
Popular vote 580,873 697,521
Percentage 44.50% 53.44%
Seats up 8 10
Races won 8 10

President before election

Bill Cadman
Republican

Elected President

Kevin Grantham
Republican

An election was held on November 8, 2016 to elect 18 of the 35 members of Colorado's Senate. The election coincided with elections for other offices, including U.S. President, U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives and state senate. The primary election was held on June 28, 2016.

There was no change in the composition of the Senate as both Democrats and Republicans gained one seat each, winning 10 and 8 seats respectively.

Results

Statewide

Party Candi-
dates
Votes % Seats +/–
Democratic Party 17 697,521 53.44% 10 Steady
Republican Party 16 580,873 44.50% 8 Steady
Libertarian Party 4 26,549 2.03% 0 Steady
Write-in 1 352 0.03% 0 Steady
Total 38 1,305,295 100.00% 18 Steady
Ballots Cast 1,464,250 74.05%
Registered Voters 1,977,448

District

Results of the 2016 Colorado Senate election by district:[1]

District Democratic Republican Others Total Ballots
Cast
Regis-
tered
Voters
Turn-
out
Result
Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes %
District 4 27,779 30.61% 62,981 69.39% - - 46,537 100.00% 99,340 123,851 80.21% Republican Hold
District 8 32,530 45.15% 39,526 54.85% - - 51,931 100.00% 78,097 109,469 71.34% Republican Hold
District 10 24,430 33.81% 47,832 66.19% - - 60,926 100.00% 79,571 108,792 73.14% Republican Hold
District 12 - - 45,938 75.30% 15,071 24.70% 34,564 100.00% 69,685 99,601 69.96% Republican Hold
District 14 52,902 61.67% 32,886 38.33% - - 44,823 100.00% 94,244 123,636 76.23% Democratic Hold
District 17 57,649 100.00% - - - - 65,292 100.00% 87,334 113,723 76.80% Democratic Hold
District 18 67,799 79.61% 17,370 20.39% - - 39,725 100.00% 96,750 138,481 69.87% Democratic Hold
District 19 39,070 47.78% 37,592 45.97% 5,112 6.25% 50,914 100.00% 86,231 109,881 78.48% Democratic GAIN
District 21 38,428 99.09% - - 352 0.91% 56,955 100.00% 57,508 82,490 69.72% Democratic Hold
District 23 40,281 42.04% 55,528 57.96% - - 29,633 100.00% 104,675 130,395 80.28% Republican Hold
District 25 27,678 47.93% 30,074 52.07% - - 36,863 100.00% 62,734 87,100 72.03% Republican GAIN
District 26 42,145 53.48% 36,666 46.52% - - 39,258 100.00% 83,698 111,841 74.84% Democratic Hold
District 27 38,489 46.56% 44,169 53.44% - - 28,336 100.00% 87,965 110,010 79.96% Republican Hold
District 28 39,143 55.73% 31,096 44.27% - - 29,380 100.00% 75,265 103,115 72.99% Democratic Hold
District 29 30,998 54.19% 22,503 39.34% 3,698 6.47% 24,881 100.00% 60,944 90,676 67.21% Democratic Hold
District 31 57,793 69.58% 25,268 30.42% - - 60,599 100.00% 93,908 126,671 74.14% Democratic Hold
District 33 57,049 81.95% 12,564 18.05% - - 35,008 100.00% 78,099 114,270 68.35% Democratic Hold
District 35 23,358 35.99% 38,880 59.90% 2,668 4.11% 55,927 100.00% 68,202 93,446 72.99% Republican Hold
Total 697,521 53.44% 580,873 44.50% 26,901 2.06% 1,305,295 100.00% 1,464,250 1,977,448 74.05%

References

  1. ^ "2016 Abstract of Votes Cast" (PDF). Denver, U.S.A.: Office of the Secretary of State, Colorado. pp. 108–110. Retrieved October 21, 2018.
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