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Colorado Election Ballot 2016: Candidates for Each Office

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Colorado voters have an astounding 22 options when they cast their votes for president Tuesday. They’ll also have choices to make in races for the state’s U.S. Senate seats, and its U.S. House seats.

You can find a sample ballot for your town by providing your address at this Ballotpedia page.

Here’s a rundown of your options for each race:

President and Vice President

U.S. Senate

        U.S. House

        Click here for a list of towns in each of the state’s seven congressional districts and a map of congressional districts.

        First District

        • Incumbent Diana DeGette of the Democratic Party
        • Challenger Casper Stokham of the Republican Party
        • Challenger Darrell Dinges of the Libertarian Party

        Second District

        • Incumbent Jared Polis of the Democratic Party
        • Challenger Nicholas Morse of the Republican Party
        • Challenger Richard Longstreth of the Libertarian Party

        Third District

        • Incumbent Scott Tipton of the Republican Party
        • Challenger Gail Schwartz of the Democratic Party
        • Challenger Gaylon Kent of the Libertarian Party

        Fourth District

        • Incumbent Ken Buck of the Republican Party
        • Challenger Bob Seay of the Democratic Party
        • Challenger Bruce Griffith of the Libertarian Party

        Fifth District

        • Incumbent Doug Lamborn of the Republican Party
        • Challenger Misty Plowright of the Democratic Party
        • Challenger Mike McRedmond of the Libertarian Party

        Sixth District

        • Incumbent Mike Coffman of the Republican Party
        • Challenger Morgan Carroll of the Democratic Party
        • Challenger Norm Olsen of the Libertarian Party
        • Challenger Robert Lee Worthey of the Green Party

        Seventh District

        • Incumbent Ed Perlmutter of the Democratic Party
        • Challenger George Athanasopoulos of the Republican Party
        • Challenger Martin Buchanan of the Libertarian Party

        State Legislative Races

        Republicans control the state Senate with 18 seats to Democrats’ 17 seats. Republicans control the state House with 34 seats to Democrats’ 31 seats.

        A total of 18 seats out of the 35 seats in the Colorado State Senate are up for election in 2016. All 65 seats in the Colorado House of Representatives are up for election in 2016.

        Ballotpedia has a full list of elections in the House and the Senate.

        The site also has a comprehensive breakdown of races to watch in both houses.

        Democrat John Hickenlooper has served as Governor of Colorado since 2011 and the next gubernatorial election will take place in 2018.

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