DECISION 2012: Colorado election results, Presidential election results

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COMPLETE ELECTION RESULTS HERE

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

President Barack Obama has won another term, according to NBC News projections. The battleground state of Ohio was called for Obama late in the night, giving him the needed 270 electoral votes. Read the full story here.

LATEST ELECTORAL AND POPULAR VOTE RESULTS HERE

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AMENDMENT 64 - MARIJUANA - PASSED

Voters passed Amendment 64, allowing for the legal, recreational use of marijuana, according to 9NEWS Political Analyst Floyd Ciruli. Read the full report here.

LATEST AMENDMENT 64 RESULTS HERE

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AMENDMENT 65 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE LIMITS - PASSED

Amendment 65, an initiative that encourages Colorado's congressional delegation to propose a U.S. constitutional amendment to limit campaign contributions and spending, was passed Tuesday. Read the full story here.

AMENDMENT 65 RESULTS HERE

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AMENDMENT S - STATE PERSONNEL SYSTEM - PASSED

Amendment S may have been the toughest ballot question to understand this year in Colorado, but lawmakers unanimously voted to put it on the ballot. The amendment passed Tuesday and will change how state workers are hired. Read the full story here.

LATEST AMENDMENT S RESULTS HERE

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U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 1 - DEGETTE VS. STROUD - DEGETTE WINS

9NEWS Political Analyst Floyd Ciruli has called U.S. House District 1 to Rep. Diana DeGette, Colorado's longest-serving member of Congress. She was seeking a ninth term in the House. Read the full story here.

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 1 RESULTS HERE

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U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 2 - LUNDBERG VS. POLIS - POLIS WINS

Democratic Rep. Jared Polis will retain his congressional seat, according to 9NEWS Political Analyst Floyd Ciruli. Polis sought a third term against Republican state Sen. Kevin Lundberg in a district where Democrats far outnumber Republicans. 9NEWS Political Analyst Floyd Ciruli projects Polis to win that election. Read the full story here.

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 2 RESULTS HERE

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U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 3 - PACE VS. TIPTON - TIPTON WINS

Republican Rep. Scott Tipton has won Colorado's largest and mostly-rural congressional district. Democrat Sal Pace tried to unseat Tipton after a single term but fended off the challenge with appeals on his service to the district, including support for a new Chimney Rock National Monument in Durango. Read the full story here.

LATEST U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 3 RESULTS HERE

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U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 4 - GARDNER VS. SHAFFER - GARDNER WINS

Republican Rep. Cory Gardner is the projected winner of U.S. House District 4, securing him a second term in Congress, 9NEWS Political Analyst Floyd Ciruli said. Read the full story here.

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 4 RESULTS HERE

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U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 5 - ANDERSON VS. LAMBORN - LAMBORN WINS

9NEWS Political Analyst Floyd Ciruli has called U.S. House District 5 for Republican congressman Doug Lamborn in Colorado's most Republican district, based in Colorado Springs. Read the full story here.

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 5 RESULTS HERE

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U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 6 - COFFMAN VS. MIKLOSI - COFFMAN WINS

Republican Mike Coffman is projected to hold onto his congressional seat after winning out against Democratic challenger Rep. Joe Miklosi.Read the full story here.

LATEST U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 6 RESULTS HERE

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U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 7 - COORS VS. PERLMUTTER - PERLMUTTER WINS

Democratic U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter defeated Republican challenger Joe Coors for the 7th Congressional District, 9NEWS Political Analyst Floyd Ciruli said Tuesday. Read the full story here.

LATEST U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT 7 RESULTS HERE

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OTHER MAJOR RACE RESULTS:

APPEALS COURT RETENTION RESULTS HERE

DISTRICT ATTORNEY RACES

With the prosecution of the theater shooting suspect James Holmes underway, there was a renewed interest in the race for district attorney in 18th judicial district. Voters in Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln County chose Republican George Brauchler over Democrat Ethan Feldman on Tuesday. Read the full story here.

FULL DISTRICT ATTORNEY RESULTS HERE

RTD RESULTS HERE

SCHOOL FUNDING BALLOT QUESTIONS

Denver voters passed 3B, a $466-million bond issue for maintenance on the numerous old buildings within Denver Public Schools. Read the full story here.

In Jefferson County, voters passed a $99-million bond issue for building projects and a $39-million mill-levy override to increase classroom budgets Tuesday. Read the full story here.

In the Cherry Creek School District, voters passed a $99 million bond issue to be used for technology and building renovations and a $25 million mill levy override to offset cuts in previous years. Read the full story here.

FULL SCHOOL FUNDING BALLOT QUESTIONS RESULTS HERE

STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION RESULTS HERE

STATE HOUSE DISTRICT 1 - 64 RESULTS HERE

STATE SENATE DISTRICT RESULTS HERE

SUPREME COURT RESULTS HERE

UNIVERSITY REGENT RESULTS HERE

U.S. HOUSE DISTRICT RESULTS HERE

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