Final unofficial tallies in several area legislative primary election contests have confirmed the victories of Lyons-area Republican Marty Neilson and Boulder Democrat Claire Levy.
With all precincts reporting, Levy got 67 percent of the Democrats votes cast to choose a successor to Nederland Democratic Tom Plant in representing House District 13.
Boulder Democrat Jim Rettew got 33 percent of the vote, according to the Associated Press.
In the Republican primary for Senate District 16, Neilson got 60 percent of the votes cast, while Barry Thoma collected 40 percent.
Meanwhile, state Rep. Dale Hall, a Greeley Republican whose House District 48 includes southwest Weld County, fell short in his bid to move to a Senate seat in this years elections.
Scott Renfroe won the right to advance to the general election with 58 percent of the GOP primary votes for Senate District 13, which extends west of Greeley to the Larimer-Weld County line.
Hall, a former Weld County commissioner, finished with 42 percent.
Here are the tentative November general-election lineups for area legislative seats:
Senate District 15 (Most of Larimer County, including Berthoud and Estes Park):
Steve Johnson, R, incumbent.
Jennifer Miller, D
Senate District 16 (Clear Creek, Gilpin, Summit and Grand counties, parts of Jefferson and Boulder counties, including Lyons, Ward, Nederland, Allenspark and parts of Superior and westside Boulder):
Joan Fitz-Gerald, D, incumbent
Marty Neilson, R
Tim Leonard, American Constitution Party
House District 10 (Boulder-based district extending north toward Longmont):
Alice Madden, D, incumbent
No other candidates
House District 11 (Parts of Boulder and Longmont):
Jack Pommer, D, incumbent
Catherine Jarrett, R
Ken Bray, Libertarian
House District 12 (Louisville, Lafayette, part of Longmont):
Paul Weissmann, D, incumbent
No other candidates
House District 13 (Gilpin and Clear Creek counties, western and far northern Boulder County, including Lyons, Nederland, Ward and Allenspark):
Claire Levy, D
Rand Fanshier, Libertarian
House District 33: (Broomfield and parts of Boulder County, including Superior and the Boulder County portion of Erie):
Bill Berens, R, incumbent
Dianne Primavera, D
House District 48 (extends from Greeley into southwest Weld County, including Erie, Dacono, Frederick, Firestone, Mead and Platteville):
Michael Dugan, D
Glenn Vaad, R
House District 49: (Much of Larimer County, including Berthoud and Estes Park):
Kevin Lundberg, R, incumbent.
Sue Radford, D.
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