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Two incumbents winning in close Montrose races

By Paul Shockley

Two incumbent Montrose County commissioners appeared to pull out close wins Tuesday night. In District 1, Republican Ronald Henderson had 8,423 votes, 53 percent, while his challenger, unaffiliated candidate Juli Messenger, secured 7,410 ...


Lopsided lead 
favors lawyer’s 
conservative base


By Duffy Hayes

Mesa County voters apparently embraced the conservative platform espoused by the Republican candidate in the race for District 3 county commissioner, as 34-year-old lawyer Republican Rose Pugliese comfortably won the seat in Tuesday’s ...


GOP retains three seats
 on Delta County commission

By Duffy Hayes

Republicans will keep the three seats on the Delta County Commission, after the lone contested seat, for District 3, was won by fourth-generation Paonia rancher J. Mark Roeber. Republican C. Bruce Hovde will continue to hold the District 2 ...


Dems take control of Colorado House

By Charles Ashby

After two years of narrow GOP rule, Democrats took back control of the Colorado House on Tuesday. That happened, in part, because of reapportionment of legislative district lines last year that created far more competitive, albeit ...


Dems still control Colorado Senate

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado Senate will remain in Democratic hands, but the progressive party may not have the same five-vote vote cushion it’s enjoyed over the past two years. That’s because Republicans still have a chance to narrow that margin ...


President wins Colorado’s nine electoral votes

By The Associated Press

DENVER – President Barack Obama defeated Mitt Romney to win Colorado’s nine electoral votes Tuesday, hanging onto a state that Democrats say shows how demographic trends are giving them an edge in national elections. Obama again ...


UPDATE: Mesa County releases preliminary election results

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Results are in for 77 percent of active voters registered in Mesa County. As of 9 p.m., votes for 60,554 county voters have been counted. Voter turnout is expected to be above 89 percent by the time all ballots are counted. Results so far ...


Barack Obama re-elected president

By The Associated Press

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama won re-election Tuesday night despite a fierce challenge from Mitt Romney as well as a weak economy and high unemployment that crimped the middle class dreams of millions. “This happened because ...


Montrose district loses vote for school

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A mill levy override proposed by Plateau Valley School District 50 was passing by a mere 21 votes as of early today. With 88 percent of all ballots cast by Mesa County’s active, registered voters counted by midnight, the overrride was ...


Garfield commissioner incumbents hold leads

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County’s two incumbent county commissioners appear on their way to being re-elected, based on results from 68.5 percent of voters. One-term Republican incumbent Mike Samson of Rifle had received 55 percent of votes to Democrat ...


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