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Election Results 2007

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The polls closed at 7 p.m. Tuesday.

Mayoral Races:
Aurora
Francis Peter Maks Jr.: 8,987 (28 percent)
Ed Tauer: 22,548 (72 percent) 
(Editor's note: Results do not include Douglas County. Last update given at 8:40 a.m. on Wednesday)

Arvada
Ken Fellman: 9,444
Bob Frie: 11,460
Total: 20,904
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 11:15 a.m.)

Broomfield
Paul F. Madigan: 933 (13.77 percent) 
Clark Griep: 2,618 (38.62 percent) 
Pat Quinn: 3,203 (47.26 percent)
Write-in votes: 24 (0.35 percent)
Total: 6,778
(Editor's note: Updated results last given Tuesday at 7:08 p.m.)

Edgewater
Bonnie McNulty: 461 (64.30 percent) 
Ronalda L. Goodner: 105 (14.64 percent) 
Douglas Holmes: 114 (15.90 percent)
Total: 717
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 6:30 a.m.)

Federal Heights
Joyce Thomas: 378 (33.69 percent) 
Brad Hanson: 337 (30.04 percent) 
Mike Sweeney: 208 (18.54 percent) 
Mike Vallero: 199 (17.74 percent)
Total: 1122
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday  at 6:32 a.m.)

Fort Lupton
Shannon Crespin: 512
Jimmy Dominguez: 167
Total: 679

Golden
Chuck Baroch: 1,502 (35.79 percent) 
Mary A. Weaver: 1,019 (24.28 percent) 
Jacob Smith: 1,643 (39.15 percent) 
Total: 4,197
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday  at 6:38 a.m.)

Greeley
Ed Clark: 7,951
Thomas E. Selders: 5,092
Total: 13,043

Lakewood
Linda Delay: 1,240 (4.61 percent) 
Bob Murphy: 13,138 (48.82 percent) 
Rita Bertolli: 12,151 (45.16 percent) 
Total: 26,529
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday  at 6:35 a.m.)

Longmont
Doug Brown (Withdrawn): 1,001 (6.3 percent) 
Roger Lange: 7,989 (50.6 percent) 
Karen Benker: 6,807 (43.1 percent)
Total: 15,797
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 9:23 p.m.)

Louisville
Charles L. Sisk: 4,005 (81.7 percent) 
Randy Luallin: 897 (18.3 percent)
Total: 4,902
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 9:24 p.m.)

Loveland
Gene Pielin: 4,547 (42.48 percent) 
Ken Morey: 3,142 (29.35 percent) 
Troy Krenning: 3,015 (28.17 percent)
Total: 10,704 

Thornton
Rebecca Cavanaugh-Miller: 2,962 (28.87 percent)
Erik Hansen: 4,089 (39.85 percent) 
Jeff Kraft: 375 (3.65 percent) 
Richard M. "Rick" Reeser: 959 (9.35 percent) 
Marty Wisniewski: 1,876 (18.28 percent)
Total: 10,261
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 6:47 a.m.)

City Council:
City of Boulder

City Council Candidates
Vote for seven (7):
Mathew Appelbaum: 6,829 (7.2 percent) 
Philip J. Bradley: 1,229 (1.3 percent) 
Seth Brigham: 461 (0.5 percent) 
Shawn L. Coleman: 3,733 (3.9 percent) 
Macon Cowles: 8,230 (8.7 percent) 
Angelique Espinoza: 8,308 (8.8 percent) 
Crystal Gray: 9,407 (10 percent) 
Andrew Harrison: 535 (0.6 percent) 
Phil Hernandez: 2,294 (2.4 percent) 
Nabil Karkamaz: 1,555 (1.7 percent) 
Kathryn Kramer: 1,860 (2 percent) 
Adam Massey: 3,224 (3.4 percent) 
Lisa Morzel: 8,798 (9.3 percent) 
Alan O'Hashi: 2,422 (2.6 percent) 
Susan M. Osborne: 9,140 (9.7 percent) 
Eugene Pearson: 4,148 (4.4 percent) 
Susan K. Peterson: 4,403 (4.7 percent) 
Larry V. Quilling: 1,996 (2.1 percent) 
Tom Riley: 1,644 (1.7 percent) 
Eric R. Rutherford: 3,180 (3.4 percent) 
Rob Smoke: 1,168 (1.2 percent)
Ken Wilson: 9,805 (10.4 percent)
Total: 94,369
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 9:32 p.m.)

Ballot Issues:
City of Aurora:
Ballot issue 2A: Special assessment revenue bonds
Without creating debt, requiring any general tax increase, or impacting any other city programs, may Aurora issue up to $200 million of special assessment revenue bonds to be used to build masonry fence related improvements as requested by neighborhoods, such bonds to be paid by special assessments from the benefited neighborhoods?
Yes: 20,456 (64 percent)
No: 11,390 (36 percent)
(Editor's note: Results do not include Douglas County. Last update provided Wednesday at 12:02 p.m.)

Ballot Issues and Other Races: (organized by county)
Adams County:

City of Brighton
Ballot issue 2A
Ballot question to approve an increase in city debt in the amount of $18 million with a temporary increase in the sales tax rate of two-tenths of one percent (which is twenty cents on each $100 purchase) until the earlier of 25 years or until such debt is repaid in full, for the purpose of acquiring land, developing, constructing, and equipping a multi-event complex and related infrastructure and amenities.
Yes: 1,455 (35.51 percent) 
No: 2,642 (64.49 percent)
Total: 4,097

Ballot issue 2B
Ballot question to approve an increase in city debt in the amount of $7.7 million, with no increase in taxes, for the purpose of constructing road repairs and improvements to deteriorating roads scheduled for resurfacing and for the deterioration accelerated by the winter snow storm of 2006 – 2007.
Yes: 2,572 (63.13 percent) 
No: 1,502 (36.87 percent)
Total: 4,074 

City of Commerce City
Ballot issue 2A
Shall the city of Commerce City taxes be increased by an estimated $68,000 for the first full fiscal year (2008) and by such amounts as may be generated annual thereafter which shall be collected only from a hotel and motel accommodation tax commencing January 1, 2008, the proceeds of which hotel and motel accommodation tax together with investment earnings thereon shall be used solely for economic development, marketing, parks and recreation.
Yes: 1,496 (52.71 percent) 
No: 1,342 (47.29 percent)
Total: 2,838 

Ballot issue 2B
Shall the city of Commerce City taxes be increased by an estimated $650,000 for the first full fiscal year (2008) and by such amounts as may be generated annually thereafter which shall be collected only from an admissions tax commencing January 1, 2008, the proceeds of which admission tax together with investment earnings thereon shall be used solely for public safety purposes and for the construction and maintenance of facilities used for transportation and drainage.
Yes: 1,225 (42.82 percent) 
No: 1,636 (57.18 percent)
Total: 2,861

City of Northglenn
Ballot Issue 2A: Community Recreation Facilities
Shall Northglenn's debt be increased not to exceed $29 million, with a repayment cost not to exceed $52.7 million (principal and interest), and shall Northglenn's taxes be increased not to exceed $2.65 million annually for the payment of such debt and any refundings thereof, for the purpose of providing new community recreation facilities to include but not limited to: dedicated ground-level senior center with kitchen, leisure and multipurpose facilities; a performing arts theatre; athletic facilities including a new gym, fitness are, lap and leisure pools and family changing facilities; and community meeting rooms.
Yes: 1,752 (32.65 percent) 
No: 3,614 (67.35 percent)
Total: 5,366

Mapleton Public Schools District 1
Ballot Issue 3A
Shall Adams County School District 1 (also known as Mapleton Public Schools) debt be increased $70 million, with a repayment cost of $132 million and shall district taxes be increased $7.5 million annually for the purposes of: ensuring the life safety components and extending the life of existing district buildings and facilities by modernizing and renovating buildings; bringing district facilities into compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, as required; building additions (including classrooms); constructing and equipping a new Clayton K-8 school and a new Highland Montessori/Skyview Academy High School; otherwise improving, remodeling, repairing and making additions to school buildings, acquiring, constructing or purchasing buildings and grounds, constructing school buildings; or equipping or furnishing school buildings.
Yes: 1,193 (44.20 percent) 
No: 1,506 (55.80 percent)
Total: 2,699

Arapahoe County:
Proposed Cherry Creek Racquet Club
Ballot Issue 5A: Organization of General Improvement District
Shall general improvement district I-2007 (Cherry Creek Racquet Club), as more particularly described in City Ordinance No. 2007-42, be organized in the city of Aurora, Colorado?
Yes: 51 (64.56 percent) 
No: 28 (35.44 percent)
Total: 79 (100 percent) 

Proposed Cherry Creek Racquet Club
Ballot Issue 5B: General Improvement District Bonds
Shall general improvement district I-2007 (Cherry Creek Racquet Club) debt be increased not to exceed $706,000) with a repayment cost not to exceed $1.333 million (principal and interest), and shall the district's taxes be increased not to exceed $67,000 annually to provide for masonry fence improvements by the issuance of general obligation bonds, to be paid from property taxes, without reduction, in a sufficient rate and amount to pay such bonds or any refundings thereof, the proceeds of which bonds, including earnings, shall be used to pay for constructing and installing a masonry fence and other incidental and necessary improvements, and shall the district's property taxes be increased not to exceed $3,000 annual to provide for the operation, maintenance, and repair of the masonry fence and other incidental and necessary improvements, all of such taxes and other funds to be collected and spent as a voter-approved revenue change and an exception to any limited imposed by the constitution and laws of the state and the charter of the city?
Yes: 51 (63.75 percent)
No: 29 (36.25 percent)
Total: 80 (100 percent)

City of Centennial:
Ballot Question 2A
Shall the City of Centennial form a Home Rule Charter Commission?
Yes: 7,794 (51.03 percent) 
No: 7,478 (48.97 percent)
Total: 15,272 (100 percent)

Click here for other election results for Arapahoe County.


Broomfield County:
Click here for election results for the City and County of Broomfield.


Boulder County:
Issue 1A: Open Space Bond Authorization, Sales and Use Tax Extension, and Revenue Change
Yes: 33,314 (59.2 percent) 
No: 22,976 (40.8 percent)
Total: 56,290 
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 7:11 a.m.)

Issue 1B: Transportation Sales and Use Tax Extension and Revenue Change
Yes: 39,359 (69.3 percent) 
No: 17,473 (30.7 percent) 
Total: 56,832
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 7:13 a.m.)

City of Boulder
Ballot Question 2A: Permit City Leases Up to Forty Years
For: 6,006 (39.2 percent) 
Against: 9,326 (60.8 percent)
Total: 15,332
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 7:15 a.m.)

Ballot Question 2B: City Council Compensation
For: 8,076 (49.9 percent) 
Against: 8,101 (50.1 percent)
Total: 16,177
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 7:16 a.m.)

Ballot Question 2C: Clarifying Circumstances That Cause a City Council Vacancy
For: 9,590 (60.6 percent) 
Against: 6,227 (39.4 percent)
Total: 15,817 
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 7:17 a.m.)

Ballot Question 2D: Filling City Council Vacancies
For: 14,073 (90 percent) 
Against: 1,565 (10 percent)
Total: 15,638 
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 7:17 a.m.)

City of Longmont
Ballot Issue 2A
Shall the city of Longmont taxes be increased $380,000 annually (first full fiscal year increase), by the imposition of an excise tax on lodging services, to be paid by lodgers, and by whatever additional amounts are generated annually in each subsequent year from such tax, with the proceeds used for promoting tourism, conventions and related activities and acquiring related facilities and with such tax being imposed at the rate of 2 percent, which is two cents on each dollar of purchase, beginning January 1, 2008, and shall Ordinance O-2007-72, which imposes the excise tax, be approved?
Yes: 8,807 (54 percent) 
No: 7,501 (46 percent)
Total: 16,308 
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 7:19 a.m.)

City of Lafayette
Ballot Issue 2A: Street, Traffic and Parking Improvements
Yes: 3,076 (71.9 percent) 
No: 1,203 (28.1 percent)
Total: 4,279 
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 7:21 a.m.)

Ballot Issue 2B: Recreation Center Improvements
Yes: 2,673 (62.9 percent) 
No: 1,578 (37.1 percent)
Total: 4,251
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 7:22 a.m.)

Question No. 2A: Residential Growth Management
Yes: 2,900 (69 percent) 
No: 1,303 (31 percent)
Total: 4,203
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 7:23 a.m.)

Question No. 2B: Council Actions
Yes: 3,214 (80.4 percent) 
No: 782 (19.6 percent)
Total: 3,996 
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 7:24 a.m.)

Question No. 2C: Council Procedures
Yes: 3,307 (83.4 percent) 
No: 659 (16.6 percent)
Total: 3,966 
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 7:24 a.m.)

Question No. 2D: Penalties
Yes: 3,211 (80.9 percent) 
No: 756 (19.1 percent)
Total: 3,967 
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 7:24 a.m.)

Question No. 2E: Ethics
Yes: 3,613 (88.5 percent) 
No: 470 (11.5 percent)
Total: 4,083
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 7:26 a.m.)

Click here for other Boulder County election results.


Clear Creek County:
Click here for election results for Clear Creek County.


City and County of Denver:
Editor's Note: At 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, approximately 7,000 ballots had not been processed and counted.

Referred Question 1A: Capital Maintenance Mill Levy
Yes: 43,824 (54.46 percent) 
No: 36,650 (45.54 percent)
Total: 80,474
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 9:22 a.m.)

Referred Question 1B: Health and Human System Facilities Bonds
Yes: 49,432 (61.52 percent) 
No: 30,922 (38.48 percent)
Total: 80,354
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 9:23 a.m.)

Referred Question 1C: Library System Facilities Bonds
Yes: 47,367 (59.81 percent) 
No: 31,823 (40.19 percent) 
Total: 79,190
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 9:23 a.m.)

Referred Question 1D: Streets, Transportation, and Public Works System Facilities Bonds
Yes: 53,378 (67.37 percent) 
No: 25,852 (32.63 percent) 
Total: 79,230
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 9:24 a.m.)

Referred Question 1E: Park System Facilities Bonds
Yes: 48,011 (60.82 percent) 
No: 30,929 (39.18 percent) 
Total: 78,940
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 9:25 a.m.)

Referred Question 1F: Public Office Facilities Bonds
Yes: 42,507 (53.28 percent) 
No: 37,280 (46.72 percent) 
Total: 79,787
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 9:26 a.m.)

Referred Question 1G: Deferred Maintenance for Cultural Facilities Bond
Yes: 43,955 (55.03 percent) 
No: 35,915 (44.97 percent)
Total: 79,870
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 7:41 a.m.)

Referred Question 1H: New Construction of Cultural Facilities Bonds
Yes: 40,343 (51.61 percent) 
No: 37,828 (48.39 percent) 
Total: 78,171
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 9:27 a.m.)

Referred Question 1I: Public Safety System Facilities Bonds
Yes: 49,359 (63.43 percent)  
No: 28,457 (36.57 percent)
Total: 77,816
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 9:28 a.m.)

Initiated Question 100
Shall the voters of the City and County of Denver adopt an ordinance to the Denver Revised Municipal Code that would make the private use and possession of marijuana by persons 21 years of age and older the City's lowest law-enforcement priority?
Yes: 42,604 (56.27 percent) 
No: 33,107 (43.73 percent) 
Total: 75,711(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 9:28 a.m.)

Click here for other results for the City and County of Denver.

Douglas County:
Douglas County Libraries Issue 5A
Shall Douglas County Libraries' taxes by increased by $5.085 million (for collection in calendar year 2008) and by such additional amounts raised annually thereafter by a property tax mill levy imposed at a rate of 1.25 mills for the purpose of improving the accessibility of library services through the purchase and expansion of books, library materials, Internet and computer access, and the construction and operation of library facilities.
Yes: 21,103 (49.75 percent)  
No: 21,316 (50.25 percent)
(Editor's note: Updated Wednesday at 7:47 a.m.)

Eagle County:
Click here for election information for Eagle County.


Elbert County:
For the election division, call 303-621-3127 or 303-621-3116 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


Garfield County:
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Grand County:
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Jefferson County:
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Larimer County:
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Park County:
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Pitkin County:
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Summit County:
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Weld County:
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