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Republican wins sealed in Garfield County

By Dennis Webb

Unofficial final results early Wednesday have made it official: Republicans have won three hard-fought races in Garfield County. Tom Jankovsky defeated Democratic incumbent Tresi Houpt in the race for county commissioner, 9,351-8,276, or 53 ...

Results for Amendments and Propositions, statewide

By The AP

Amendment P - Reg Games of Chance Constitutional 2,246 of 3,246 precincts - 69 percent Yes, 512,168 - 38 percent No, 838,762 - 62 percent Amendment Q - Temp Local St Seat of Govt Constitutional 2,246 of 3,246 precincts - 69 percent Yes, ...

Results of Buck vs, Bennet; Salazar vs. Tipton; Gov’s race

By The AP

U.S. Senate, Colorado With 97% precincts reporting: Michael Bennet (D) — 793,164 — 48 percent Ken Buck (R) — 777,726 — 47 percent # # # U.S. House, Colorado, District 3 With 100% precincts reporting: * Scott ...

Personhood measure, health care issue fail

By Staff

Noteworthy ballot failures of election night included: Amendment 62, the so-called “personhood” amendment, would have defined the time when a human starts having constitutional rights as the time when they begin biological ...

Death Notices, Nov. 3, 2010

By Staff

Ronald Wayne Bennett, 55, Sandusky, Ohio, died Oct. 30, 2010, in Grand Junction. Services are pending with Martin Mortuary. He is survived by two sons, Daniel of Costa Mesa, Calif., and Ronnie of Grand Junction; one daughter, Roxanne of ...

Voters approve Palisade fire district tax hike

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Voters in the Palisade Rural Fire Protection District overwhelmingly approved a property tax increase Tuesday that will help pay for a new fire station and cover the increased cost of emergency services. Residents gave the go-ahead to a ...

Bad ballot measures suffer deserved death

By The Daily Sentinel

As they have so many times in the past, Colorado voters weighed the pros and cons of misguided ballot measures, then sent them to overwhelming defeat. Good for Coloradans. We’re pleased to see they recognized the potential harm these ...

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Gov.-elect Hickenlooper

By The Daily Sentinel

In the end, the race for governor of Colorado was not nearly as close as polls suggested it might be in the weeks leading up to the election. Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper, a Democrat, won a solid victory by more than 10 percentage points ...

Old-fashioned morality play enlightened the ‘Rally for Sanity and/or Fear’

By Bill Grant

Writing the evening before the election, I am a pundit without a pun, a prognosticator without a prognosis, and a prophet without a prophecy. I have no idea how the votes will fall. But whatever the results, I find some optimism from having ...

Printed letters, Nov. 3, 2010

By Staff

Why is so little being said about the recent Supreme Court decision allowing corporations to be considered persons when it comes to free speech? There is so much money being spent on politics as a result of this decision. Soon we will have ...

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