Dems Take Lead in Most House Races, Senate District 16

November 7, 2018

At a glance

HD 10

Edie Hooton — 86.94 percent

Murl Hendrickson — 13.06 percent


HD 11

Jonathan Singer — 66.93 percent

Brian Donahue — 33.07 percent


HD 12

Sonya Jaquez Lewis — 74.61 percent

Theresa Stets — 25.39 percent


HD 13

Kevin Sipple — 28.48 percent

K.C. Becker — 71.52 percent


HD 33

Eric Rutherford — 36.04 percent

Matt Gray — 57.89 percent

Kim Tavendale — 2.24 percent

Jay Geyer — 3.83 percent


HD 63

Lori A. Saine — 61.56 percent

Brandon Bobian — 34.42 percent

Joe Johnson — 4.01 percent


SD 16

Tammy Story — 54.45 percent

Tim Neville — 43.14 percent

James Gilman — 2.42 percent


Democrat candidate and incumbent Edie Hooton took an early lead in the race for House District 10 against Republican challenger Murl Hendrickson.

As of 7:30 p.m. she has 86.94 percent of the vote to Hendrickson’s 13.06 percent.

The district includes the City of Boulder, primarily on the east side of Broadway, and all of Gunbarrel.

Democrat Jonathan Singer likewise is leading Republican Brian Donahue in the House District 11 race with 66.93 percent of the votes to Donahue’s 33.07 percent. The district includes the lower Ute Pass communities of Green Mountain Falls, Chipita Park, Cascade and Manitou Springs.

Democratic candidate Sonya Jaquez Lewis has attracted 74.61 percent of votes in House District 12, a seat vacated by State Rep. Mike Foote. Theresa Stets, who is unaffiliated, had 25.30 percent of votes.

The district represents Louisville, Lafayette, portions of Longmont and parts of unincorporated eastern Boulder County.

Democrat K.C. Becker has 55.43 percent of votes in her bid for House District 13. Republican candidate Kevin Sipple has 44.57 percent.

District 13 extends from the Wyoming border in the north, to Mount Evans in the south. The district includes Jackson, Grand, Gilpin and Clear Creek counties, as well as the western portions of the City of Boulder and Boulder County.

Democratic candidate Matt Gray has 57.89percent of early votes for House District 33. Republican candidate Eric Rutherford has 36.04 percent; Independent Jay Geyer has 3.83 percent and Libertarian Kim Tavendale has 2.24percent.

House District 33, which includes Broomfield and portions of Erie, Lafayette, Louisville and Superior.

Republican incumbent Lori Saine is leading in House District 63 with 61.56 percent of votes against Democrat candidate Brandon Bobian, who has 34.42 percent of votes. Libertarian candidate Joe Johnson who has 4.01 percent of the vote.

The district includes Frederick, Mead, Fort Lupton and the Weld County portions of Erie and Longmont.

Democratic candidate Tammy Story takes an early lead in the State Senate District 16 race against Republican incumbent Tim Neville. Story has 53.20 percent of the vote; Neville 44.44 percent and Libertarian candidate James Gilman has 2.36 percent.

Jennifer Rios: 303-473-1361, riosj@broomfieldenterprise.com or Twitter.com/Jennifer_Rios


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