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2020 Colorado Republican primary

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2020 Colorado Republican primary

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37 Republican National Convention delegates
 
Donald Trump official portrait (cropped).jpg
Candidate Donald Trump
Home state Florida[1]
Delegate count 37
Popular vote 628,876
Percentage 92.26%

The 2020 Republican Party presidential primary election took place in the US state of Colorado on March 3, 2020.

Background

Various state Republican parties have cancelled their state primaries or caucuses, including Nevada, South Carolina and Kansas.[2] This was going to be the case in Colorado, but advertising executive Robert Ardini filed on the first day permitted, triggering a law that states that the primary cannot be cancelled if more than one person has filed.[3] Ardini was followed by perennial candidate Rocky de la Fuente, former governor Bill Weld, incumbent Donald Trump, Matthew John Matern, Joe Walsh, and Zoltan Istvan.[4] De La Fuente, who was on the list when the ballot order was being decided,[5] was not on the final ballot list, having withdrawn his name because of the state's "sore loser" law.

Procedure

The primary is "mail-in." Overseas and military voters were sent ballots on January 18, 2020, and in-state voters were sent them on February 10. The primary will last until Super Tuesday when all envelopes will be opened up and counted.[6]

Results

2020 Colorado Republican primary[4][7]
Candidate Votes % Estimated
delegates[8]
Donald Trump 628,876 92.26 37
Bill Weld 25,698 3.77
Joe Walsh (withdrawn) 13,072 1.92
Matthew John Matern 7,239 1.06
Robert Ardini 3,388 0.50
Zoltan Istvan 3,350 0.49
Total 681,623 100% 37

Results by county

2020 Colorado Republican primary

(results per county)[7]

County Donald Trump Bill Weld Joe Walsh Matthew John Matern Robert Ardini Zoltan Istvan Total votes cast
Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes %
Adams 39,107 93.04 1,235 2.94 814 1.94 488 1.16 209 0.50 181 0.43 42,034
Alamosa 1,780 93.44 47 2.47 42 2.20 24 1.26 10 0.52 2 0.10 1,905
Arapahoe 56,051 90.37 2,927 4.72 1,461 2.36 809 1.30 397 0.64 377 0.61 62,022
Archuleta 2,526 93.14 82 3.02 47 1.73 39 1.44 11 0.41 7 0.26 2,712
Baca 1,137 98.61 5 0.43 7 0.61 2 0.17 2 0.17 0 0.00 1,153
Bent 826 95.93 15 1.74 10 1.16 9 1.05 1 0.12 0 0.00 861
Boulder 18,551 86.21 1,647 7.65 618 2.87 333 1.55 186 0.86 183 0.85 21,518
Broomfield 7,371 89.62 439 5.34 200 2.43 123 1.50 51 0.62 41 0.50 8,225
Chaffee 3,364 92.54 123 3.38 69 1.90 45 1.24 20 0.55 14 0.39 3,635
Cheyenne 636 96.95 5 0.76 3 0.46 5 0.76 4 0.61 3 0.46 656
Clear Creek 1,229 90.84 63 4.66 32 2.37 15 1.11 8 0.59 6 0.44 1,353
Conejos 1,028 92.95 26 2.35 24 2.17 11 0.99 5 0.45 12 1.08 1,106
Costilla 225 92.59 7 2.88 4 1.65 4 1.65 0 0.00 3 1.23 243
Crowley 762 95.01 18 2.24 8 1.00 11 1.37 2 0.25 1 0.12 802
Custer 1,506 93.25 61 3.78 32 1.98 8 0.50 4 0.25 4 0.25 1,615
Delta 7,198 96.02 127 1.69 91 1.21 44 0.59 19 0.25 17 0.23 7,496
Denver 25,640 85.30 2,329 7.75 944 3.14 530 1.76 279 0.93 337 1.12 30,059
Dolores 638 98.00 3 0.46 5 0.77 4 0.61 1 0.15 0 0.00 651
Douglas 54,263 92.60 2,300 3.92 951 1.62 556 0.95 277 0.47 253 0.43 58,600
Eagle 3,687 90.08 224 5.47 112 2.74 32 0.78 12 0.29 26 0.64 4,093
El Paso 101,825 93.57 3,352 3.08 1,699 1.56 1,034 0.95 484 0.44 434 0.40 108,828
Elbert 7,424 95.95 140 1.81 80 1.03 43 0.56 26 0.34 24 0.31 7,737
Fremont 9,153 95.90 142 1.49 126 1.32 64 0.67 32 0.34 27 0.28 9,544
Garfield 6,827 93.69 207 2.84 128 1.76 61 0.84 30 0.41 34 0.47 7,287
Gilpin 742 93.22 27 3.39 12 1.51 5 0.63 6 0.75 4 0.50 796
Grand 2,464 90.62 121 4.45 72 2.65 30 1.10 16 0.59 16 0.59 2,719
Gunnison 1,666 91.39 80 4.39 45 2.47 19 1.04 5 0.27 8 0.44 1,823
Hinsdale 212 86.18 18 7.32 6 2.44 3 1.22 2 0.81 5 2.03 246
Huerfano 1,125 94.78 23 1.94 26 2.19 8 0.67 5 0.42 0 0.00 1,187
Jackson 454 93.61 11 2.27 13 2.68 5 1.03 1 0.21 1 0.21 485
Jefferson 69,850 90.45 3,612 4.68 1,835 2.38 963 1.25 468 0.61 494 0.64 77,222
Kiowa 514 96.44 8 1.50 6 1.13 4 0.75 0 0.00 1 0.19 533
Kit Carson 1,973 96.48 27 1.32 22 1.08 16 0.78 1 0.05 6 0.29 2,045
La Plata 6,608 92.57 260 3.64 147 2.06 65 0.91 21 0.29 37 0.52 7,138
Lake 472 91.65 20 3.88 14 2.72 4 0.78 3 0.58 2 0.39 515
Larimer 41,351 90.73 2,214 4.86 967 2.12 555 1.22 249 0.55 239 0.52 45,575
Las Animas 1,886 96.03 28 1.43 30 1.53 11 0.56 6 0.31 3 0.15 1,964
Lincoln 1,320 96.42 15 1.10 19 1.39 9 0.66 2 0.15 4 0.29 1,369
Logan 4,795 95.98 76 1.52 71 1.42 27 0.54 12 0.24 15 0.30 4,996
Mesa 27,382 94.58 673 2.32 432 1.49 239 0.83 113 0.39 113 0.39 28,952
Mineral 235 93.25 8 3.17 5 1.98 2 0.79 0 0.00 2 0.79 252
Moffat 2,997 96.12 39 1.25 35 1.12 26 0.83 11 0.35 10 0.32 3,118
Montezuma 5,034 94.98 109 2.06 77 1.45 46 0.87 11 0.21 23 0.43 5,300
Montrose 9,115 95.89 174 1.83 117 1.23 56 0.59 27 0.28 17 0.18 9,506
Morgan 4,754 95.58 84 1.69 82 1.65 28 0.56 15 0.30 11 0.22 4,974
Otero 3,105 94.49 56 1.70 64 1.95 39 1.19 12 0.37 10 0.30 3,286
Ouray 854 91.63 43 4.61 17 1.82 10 1.07 3 0.32 5 0.54 932
Park 3,493 93.92 110 2.96 57 1.53 27 0.73 12 0.32 20 0.54 3,719
Phillips 1,153 95.76 12 1.00 22 1.83 9 0.75 6 0.50 2 0.17 1,204
Pitkin 872 87.11 71 7.09 33 3.30 16 1.60 3 0.30 6 0.60 1,001
Prowers 2,355 96.75 20 0.82 29 1.19 15 0.62 7 0.29 8 0.33 2,434
Pueblo 18,358 94.66 384 1.98 344 1.77 158 0.81 76 0.39 73 0.38 19,393
Rio Blanco 1,986 96.69 34 1.66 18 0.88 9 0.44 4 0.19 3 0.15 2,054
Rio Grande 1,944 92.62 47 2.24 62 2.95 29 1.38 7 0.33 10 0.48 2,099
Routt 2,411 88.57 153 5.62 86 3.16 38 1.40 10 0.37 24 0.88 2,722
Saguache 656 94.93 13 1.88 15 2.17 6 0.87 0 0.00 1 0.14 691
San Juan 74 86.05 7 8.14 3 3.49 0 0.00 2 2.33 0 0.00 86
San Miguel 456 89.76 29 5.71 14 2.76 5 0.98 2 0.39 2 0.39 508
Sedgwick 678 94.04 16 2.22 15 2.08 9 1.25 1 0.14 2 0.28 721
Summit 1,915 86.77 145 6.57 98 4.44 21 0.95 11 0.50 17 0.77 2,207
Teller 5,813 95.40 161 2.64 60 0.98 37 0.61 9 0.15 13 0.21 6,093
Washington 1,641 96.19 29 1.70 20 1.17 6 0.35 6 0.35 4 0.23 1,706
Weld 41,037 94.42 1,193 2.75 550 1.27 366 0.84 166 0.38 148 0.34 43,460
Yuma 2,372 96.54 24 0.98 25 1.02 24 0.98 7 0.28 5 0.20 2,457
Total 628,876 92.26 25,698 3.77 13,072 1.92 7,239 1.06 3,388 0.50 3,350 0.49 681,623

References

  1. ^ Matthew Choi (October 31, 2019). "Trump, a symbol of New York, is officially a Floridian now". Politico. Retrieved February 3, 2020.
  2. ^ Meg Kinnard (September 7, 2019). "Nevada, SC, Kansas GOP drop presidential nomination votes". Associated Press. Retrieved December 29, 2019.
  3. ^ Erin Powell; Kyle Clark (October 15, 2019). "Trump will face Republican primary in Colorado because of this candidate you might not have heard of". KUSA. Retrieved November 27, 2019.
  4. ^ a b "2020 Presidential Primary Candidate List". Secretary of State of Colorado. Retrieved January 9, 2020.
  5. ^ "Presidential Primary Drawing List for Ballot Order" (PDF). Colorado Secretary of State. December 23, 2019. Retrieved January 9, 2020.
  6. ^ "Voting In The 2020 Primary Election Here In Colorado". February 6, 2020.
  7. ^ a b "2020 Presidential Primary Results by County". Colorado Secretary of State. Colorado Secretary of State. March 30, 2020. Archived from the original on April 17, 2020. Retrieved April 17, 2020.
  8. ^ "Colorado Republican Delegation 2020". The Green Papers. Retrieved March 11, 2020.
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