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Colorado Democratic Party

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Colorado Democratic Party
ChairpersonMorgan Carroll
GovernorJared Polis
Lieutenant GovernorDianne Primavera
Senate PresidentSteve Fenberg
House SpeakerAlec Garnett
HeadquartersDenver, CO
Membership (2021)Increase1,126,931[1]
IdeologySocial liberalism
Modern liberalism
Progressivism
Political positionCenter to center-left
National affiliationDemocratic Party
Colors  Blue
U.S. Senate
2 / 2
U.S. House
4 / 7
Statewide offices
5 / 5
Colorado Senate
20 / 35
Colorado House of Representatives
41 / 65
Website
www.coloradodems.org

The Colorado Democratic Party is the affiliate of the Democratic Party in the U.S. state of Colorado. Morgan Carroll serves as its chair.

The governing body of the party is the State Central Committee, which consists of the chair and vice chair of the county Democratic Party in each of Colorado's 64 counties and "bonus" members for larger counties. In each odd-numbered year, county parties elect officers in February followed by the state party which elects its officers in March.

Responsibilities

The Colorado Democratic Party manages and oversees statewide coordinated campaigns and is responsible for arranging and staging the state convention in Presidential years and the state assembly every two years. The state convention selects delegates to the Democratic National Convention and Colorado's Presidential electors. The state's assemblies designate candidates for statewide, congressional, district attorneys, state legislative and county offices, including the offices of Governor, Attorney-General, Colorado, Treasurer, C.U. Regent At-Large, and United States Senator. The party also adopts its platform at the state convention.

Principles

Based on their 2010 party platform, it is Democratic Party of Colorado's goal to respect all people, no matter of race, religion, sex, or ethnicity and pledge to them that they will build and maintain a nation that is secure and respected worldwide. With that in mind, the Colorado Democratic party promises to maintain the same, high standards for all international relations by supporting the equal right of all people to have freedom of expression, religion and the pursuit of happiness. Additionally, they promise a quality public education, a clean and safe environment, a healthy future, and a fair living wage. It is their goal to create an ethical government and society that is fair, open and accountable to all people. They vow to accept fundamental responsibility to all future generations and to pursue only policies that are sustainable and maintain or improve global well-being.[citation needed]

Current elected officials

Democrats hold all of the state's five statewide offices, a majority in the Colorado House of Representatives and a majority in the Colorado Senate. The party also holds both of the state's U.S. Senate seats and four of its seven U.S. House of Representatives seats.

Members of Congress

U.S. Senate

U.S. House of Representatives

District Member Photo
1st Diana DeGette
2nd Joe Neguse
6th Jason Crow
7th Ed Perlmutter

Statewide offices

Legislative leadership

Election results

Presidential

Colorado Democratic Party presidential election results
Election Presidential Ticket Votes Vote % Electoral votes Result
1876 Samuel J. Tilden/Thomas A. Hendricks No popular vote
0 / 3
Lost
1880 Winfield S. Hancock/William H. English 24,647 46.03%
0 / 3
Lost
1884 Grover Cleveland/Thomas A. Hendricks 27,723 41.68%
0 / 3
Won
1888 Grover Cleveland/Allen G. Thurman 37,549 40.84%
0 / 3
Lost
1892 State party endorsed James B. Weaver/James G. Field (Populist) N/A N/A
0 / 4
Won
1896 William Jennings Bryan/Arthur Sewall 161,005 84.95%
4 / 4
Lost
1900 William Jennings Bryan/Adlai E. Stevenson 122,733 55.43%
4 / 4
Lost
1904 Alton B. Parker/Henry G. Davis 100,105 41.08%
0 / 5
Lost
1908 William Jennings Bryan/John W. Kern 126,644 48.00%
5 / 5
Lost
1912 Woodrow Wilson/Thomas R. Marshall 114,232 42.80%
6 / 6
Won
1916 Woodrow Wilson/Thomas R. Marshall 178,816 60.74%
6 / 6
Won
1920 James M. Cox/Franklin D. Roosevelt 104,936 35.93%
0 / 6
Lost
1924 John W. Davis/Charles W. Bryan 75,238 21.98%
0 / 6
Lost
1928 Al Smith/Joseph T. Robinson 156,319 33.94%
0 / 6
Lost
1932 Franklin D. Roosevelt/John N. Garner 250,877 54.81%
6 / 6
Won
1936 Franklin D. Roosevelt/John N. Garner 295,021 60.37%
6 / 6
Won
1940 Franklin D. Roosevelt/Henry A. Wallace 265,554 48.37%
0 / 6
Won
1944 Franklin D. Roosevelt/Harry S. Truman 234,331 46.40%
0 / 6
Won
1948 Harry S. Truman/Alben W. Barkley 267,288 51.88%
6 / 6
Won
1952 Adlai Stevenson/John Sparkman 245,504 38.96%
0 / 6
Lost
1956 Adlai Stevenson/Estes Kefauver 263,997 39.81%
0 / 6
Lost
1960 John F. Kennedy/Lyndon B. Johnson 330,629 44.91%
0 / 6
Won
1964 Lyndon B. Johnson/Hubert Humphrey 476,024 61.27%
6 / 6
Won
1968 Hubert Humphrey/Edmund Muskie 335,174 41.32%
0 / 6
Lost
1972 George McGovern/Sargent Shriver 329,980 34.59%
0 / 7
Lost
1976 Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale 460,353 42.58%
0 / 7
Won
1980 Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale 367,973 31.07%
0 / 7
Lost
1984 Walter Mondale/Geraldine Ferraro 454,974 35.12%
0 / 8
Lost
1988 Michael Dukakis/Lloyd Bentsen 621,453 45.28%
0 / 8
Lost
1992 Bill Clinton/Al Gore 629,681 40.13%
8 / 8
Won
1996 Bill Clinton/Al Gore 671,152 44.43%
0 / 8
Won
2000 Al Gore/Joe Lieberman 738,227 42.39%
0 / 8
Lost
2004 John Kerry/John Edwards 1,001,732 47.02%
0 / 9
Lost
2008 Barack Obama/Joe Biden 1,288,633 53.66%
9 / 9
Won
2012 Barack Obama/Joe Biden 1,323,101 51.49%
9 / 9
Won
2016 Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine 1,338,870 48.16%
9 / 9
Lost
2020 Joe Biden/Kamala Harris 1,804,352 55.40%
9 / 9
Won

Gubernatorial

Colorado Democratic Party gubernatorial election results
Election Gubernatorial candidate Votes Vote % Result
1876 Bela M. Hughes 13,316 48.47% Lost Red XN
1878 William A. H. Loveland 11,535 40.30% Lost Red XN
1880 John S. Hough 23,547 44.08% Lost Red XN
1882 James Benton Grant 31,375 51.07% Won Green tickY
1884 Alva Adams 30,743 46.09% Lost Red XN
1886 Alva Adams 29,234 49.66% Won Green tickY
1888 Thomas M. Patterson 39,197 42.64% Lost Red XN
1890 Caldwell Yeaman 35,359 42.36% Lost Red XN
1892 Joseph H. Maupin 8,944 9.63% Lost Red XN
1894 Charles S. Thomas 8,337 4.63% Lost Red XN
1896 Alva Adams 87,387 46.22% Won Green tickY
1898 Charles S. Thomas 93,966 62.89% Won Green tickY
1900 James Bradley Orman 118,647 53.78% Won Green tickY
1902 E. C. Stimson 80,727 43.21% Lost Red XN
1904 Alva Adams 123,092 50.64% Won Green tickY
1906 Alva Adams 74,416 36.63% Lost Red XN
1908 John F. Shafroth 130,141 49.41% Won Green tickY
1910 John F. Shafroth 114,676 51.04% Won Green tickY
1912 Elias M. Ammons 114,044 42.91% Won Green tickY
1914 Thomas M. Patterson 90,640 34.17% Lost Red XN
1916 Julius Caldeen Gunter 151,912 53.27% Won Green tickY
1918 Thomas J. Tynan 102,397 46.47% Lost Red XN
1920 James M. Collins 108,738 37.11% Lost Red XN
1922 William Ellery Sweet 138,098 49.64% Won Green tickY
1924 William Ellery Sweet 151,041 44.04% Lost Red XN
1926 Billy Adams 183,342 59.84% Won Green tickY
1928 Billy Adams 240,160 67.05% Won Green tickY
1930 Billy Adams 197,067 60.41% Won Green tickY
1932 Edwin C. Johnson 257,188 57.23% Won Green tickY
1934 Edwin C. Johnson 237,026 58.11% Won Green tickY
1936 Teller Ammons 263,311 54.57% Won Green tickY
1938 Teller Ammons 199,562 40.02% Lost Red XN
1940 George E. Saunders 245,292 44.96% Lost Red XN
1942 Homer Bedford 149,402 43.41% Lost Red XN
1944 Roy Phelix Best 236,086 47.60% Lost Red XN
1946 William Lee Knous 174,604 52.11% Won Green tickY
1948 William Lee Knous 332,752 66.33% Won Green tickY
1950 Walter Walford Johnson 212,976 47.22% Lost Red XN
1952 John W. Metzger 260,044 42.42% Lost Red XN
1954 Edwin C. Johnson 262,205 53.56% Won Green tickY
1956 Stephen McNichols 331,283 51.34% Won Green tickY
1958 Stephen McNichols 321,165 58.41% Won Green tickY
1962 Stephen McNichols 262,890 42.64% Lost Red XN
1966 Robert Lee Knous 287,132 43.50% Lost Red XN
1970 Mark Anthony Hogan 302,432 45.24% Lost Red XN
1974 Richard Lamm 441,199 53.22% Won Green tickY
1978 Richard Lamm 483,985 58.76% Won Green tickY
1982 Richard Lamm 627,960 65.69% Won Green tickY
1986 Roy Romer 616,325 58.20% Won Green tickY
1990 Roy Romer 626,032 61.89% Won Green tickY
1994 Roy Romer 619,205 55.47% Won Green tickY
1998 Gail Schoettler 639,905 48.43% Lost Red XN
2002 Rollie Heath 475,373 33.65% Lost Red XN
2006 Bill Ritter 888,095 57.0% Won Green tickY
2010 John Hickenlooper 915,436 51.1% Won Green tickY
2014 John Hickenlooper 1,006,433 49.30% Won Green tickY
2018 Jared Polis 1,348,888 53.42% Won Green tickY

See also

References

  1. ^ Winger, Richard. "March 2021 Ballot Access News Print Edition". Ballot Access News. Retrieved April 1, 2021.

Further reading

External links

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