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Salazar concedes 3rd CD to Tipton

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U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., conceded the election to Republican Scott Tipton this morning. “I told Scott that my thoughts and prayers are with him and his family as he begins the next phase of his journey,” Salazar said in a ...

Montrose DA charged with sex crimes, extortion

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado Attorney General’s Office this morning filed seven charges, including felony counts of unlawful sexual contact and criminal extortion, against Seventh Judicial District Attorney Myrl Serra as authorities revealed that the ...

UPDATED: DeBeque mill levy vote still close

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The difference is just three votes in a decision to pass or oppose a property tax increase for De Beque School District 49-JT residents. The new total as of 4 p.m. Wednesday is 177 people against the measure and 174 for it. A tally earlier ...

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Tipton unseats Salazar

By Staff

Scott Tipton was exuberant Tuesday night about his bid for Congress, buoyed by the early, unofficial results that showed he had garnered 60 percent of the vote in Mesa County and 40 percent in Pueblo County. Final results remained to be ...

John Hickenlooper

Hickenlooper finishes 1st

By Charles Ashby

Democrat John Hickenlooper ended up the clear winner in Tuesday’s race for Colorado governor even though he barely won 50 percent of the vote. The Denver mayor pulled out the win because two conservatives in the race did just what some ...

‘Good year’ to be GOP in GarCo

By Dennis Webb

A Republican tidal wave of national election success washed through Garfield County, with the party headed to three major victories there as of midnight Tuesday. “I think it’s definitely a good year to be a Republican,” said ...

Walker loses job as mayor of Palisade

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Palisade voters booted Mayor Dave Walker out of office Tuesday, a victory for residents who accused Walker of using his position to intimidate others. Residents voted 425 to 391 (50 percent to 46 percent) to oust Walker, according to election ...

Glitch steams some voters

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A glitch with the statewide computer voter system about 15 minutes before the 7 p.m. deadline to vote sent some voters home frustrated on an Election Day in which turnout surged across Mesa County. The glitch also revealed a fault by which it ...

GOP likely to take Colorado Legislature

By Staff

Though many of the races for the Colorado House and Senate were too close to call late Tuesday, Republicans were poised to retake both chambers after six years of Democratic control. In the 65-member House, both parties had a solid lead on 48 ...

Mesa commissioner squashes Libertarian foe

By Staff

Mesa County Commissioner Steve Acquafresca coasted to an easy re-election victory Tuesday night over Libertarian challenger Steve Saint, calling the strong voter backing “motivating and invigorating.” With 66 percent of the ...

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