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BOULDER COUNTY ISSUE 1A: OPEN SPACE
YES 55%
NO 45%
100% precincts reporting

SCIENTIFIC AND CULTURAL FACILITIES DISTRICT
YES 66%
NO 34%
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BOULDER COUNTY ISSUE 1B: HELITACK
NO 50.2%
YES 49.8%
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BOULDER COUNTY ISSUE 1C: TABOR
YES 58%
NO 42%
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FASTRACKS
YES 58%
NO 42%
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2ND CONGRESSIONAL DIS.
UDALL 67%
HACKMAN 31%
OLSEN 2%
100% precincts reporting

SENATE DIS. 18
TUPA 78%
POCH 22%
100% precincts reporting

SENATE DIS. 23
MITCHELL 58%
WILLIAMS 42%
100% precincts reporting

HOUSE DIS. 12
WEISSMAN 67%
EGERTON 33%
100% precincts reporting

HOUSE DIS. 13
PLANT 84%
FANSHIER 16%
100% precincts reporting

HOUSE DIS. 33
BERENS 53%
PRIMAVERA 47%
100% precincts reporting

HOUSE DIS. 49
LUNDBERG 54%
FRISBIE 43%
SQUASSABIA 3%
100% precincts reporting

ERIE ISSUE 2A: OPEN SPACE
YES 64%
NO 36%
100% precincts reporting

RTD DIS. I
KEMP 61%
SNEDDON 39%
100% precincts reporting

BOULDER COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIS. 1
TOOR 78%
CH.-MITCHELL 22%
SARNO 0.2%
100% precincts reporting

4TH CONGRESSIONAL DIS.
MUSGRAVE 51%
MATSUNAKA 45%
KINSEY 4%
100% precincts reporting


REFERENDUM A:
CIVIL SERVICE REFORM
NO 61%
YES 39%
100% precincts reporting

REFERENDUM B:
OBSOLETE PROVISIONS
YES 69%
NO 31%
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CU BOARD OF REGENTS AT-LARGE
BOSLEY 48.4%
MELLO 47.3%
ONG 4.2%
100% precincts reporting

CU BOARD OF REGENTS 4TH CONGRESSIONAL DIS.
LUCERO 72%
COCHRAN 28%
100% precincts reporting

BOULDER COUNTY COMMISSIONER DIS. 2
PEARLMAN 61%
LANGE 33%
TIGER 6%
100% precincts reporting

HOUSE DIS. 48
HALL 63%
DUGAN 37%
100% precincts reporting

LONGMONT 2A: UNION
NO 55%
YES 45%
100% precincts reporting

LONGMONT 3A: MILL LEVY
NO 50.3%
YES 49.7%
100% precincts reporting

 

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Election Stories

 

11/3/2004
Larimer County decides against adding 2 more commissioners
Larimer County citizens overwhelmingly defeated a measure to raise property taxes and add two more commissioners to Larimer County's ranks in 2006.


 

11/3/2004
Vote count moving slowly
BOULDER - Frustrations with the glacial pace of vote-counting in Boulder County on Tuesday began overshadowing earlier election-related problems locally and along the Front Range.


 

11/3/2004
Defeat on horizon for Frederick, Mead hotel tax
Jennie White's prediction may have rung true as the majority of voters in her hometown of Mead, as well as those in Frederick, showed up to the polls Tuesday to vote against proposed hotel occupation taxes.


 

11/3/2004
Judges keep their jobs
Voters retained each of the 12 judges facing retention in Boulder, Weld and Larimer counties Tuesday.


 

11/3/2004
Plant holds solid lead
BOULDER - Rep. Tom Plant of Nederland is likely to keep his seat representing state House District 13 in Denver.


 

11/3/2004
Open space passes in Erie
ERIE - Three hours after the polls closed Tuesday, Erie Ballot Issue 2A appeared to be headed toward voter approval in Boulder and Weld counties.


 

11/3/2004
Dacono election results show narrow support, opposition
DACONO - While election results show a tossup for which of the three city council candidates will fill two open seats, it is likely the dilapidated streets - and not the ailing sewer lines - in this growing city will receive a long-awaited makeover.


 

11/3/2004
Republican Mitchell in
Voters in state Senate District 23 decided to keep a Republican in office to replace Ken Arnold, who was ousted by term limits.


 

11/3/2004
Tupa leads opponent
LONGMONT - Sen. Ron Tupa will likely be re-elected to another term in state Senate District 18, as Boulder County election results showed Tuesday night he held a 60 percentage-point lead over his Republican opponent.


 

11/3/2004
Lundberg stays put
Voters in portions of Larimer and Weld counties appear to have voted Republican incumbent Kevin Lundberg in for two more years in State House District 49, beating newcomer Democrat Doug Frisbie and Libertarian Alberto Squassabia.


 

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