Incumbents take U.S. House victories

Posted 11/3/20

The following are the unofficial results of races for U.S. House seats encompassing the metro area, released by the state the afternoon of Nov. 4:

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Incumbents take U.S. House victories

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The following are the unofficial results of races for U.S. House seats encompassing the metro area, released by the state the afternoon of Nov. 4:

1st Congressional District

Diana DeGette (incumbent), Democrat: 75.1%

Shane Bolling, Republican: 22.6%

Kyle Furey, Libertarian: 1.56%

Paul Noel Fiorino, Unity Party: 0.45%

Jan Kok, Approval Voting Party: 0.27%

4th Congressional District

Ken Buck (incumbent), Republican: 60%

Ike McCorkle, Democrat: 37%

Bruce Griffith, Libertarian: 2.1%

Laura Ireland, Unity Party: 0.9%

6th Congressional District

Jason Crow (incumbent), Democrat: 57.6%

Steve House, Republican: 39.7%

Norm Olsen, Libertarian: 1.9%

Jaimie Lynn Kulikowski, Unity Party: 0.8%

7th Congressional District:

Ed Perlmutter (incumbent), Democrat: 60%

Casper Stockham, Republican: 37%

Ken Biles, Libertarian: 2.5%

David Olszta, Unity Party: 0.49%

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