State Rep. Joe Salazar had not conceded the Democratic primary race for attorney general to lawyer Phil Weiser as of the afternoon of June 28, nearly two days after the polls closed.
“Every Coloradan deserves to have their voice heard in this election,” Salazar, of Thornton, said in a statement. “I'd like to thank Phil Weiser for also giving the time for every vote to be counted.
“I look forward to discussing the results of this election with him when they are final,” he added.
As of about 4:30 p.m. June 28, 5,177 votes separated Salazar from Weiser, according to unofficial results from the Colorado Secretary of State's Office. The count stood at 50.4 for Weiser to Salazar's 49.6.
The official number of votes in the election will be submitted to the secretary of state by July 18, following the counting of remaining ballots and a certification process.
The following are unofficial results, as of noon June 28, from the June 26 primaries in statewide and congressional races in the metro area. Data is from the Colorado Secretary of State's Office. Candidates who received the most votes will appear on the November general election ballot. Results will be official on July 18, following the counting of the remaining ballots and a certification process.
Jared Polis: 44.4 percent
Cary Kennedy: 24.7 percent
Mike Johnston: 23.6 percent
Donna Lynne: 7.3 percent
Walker Stapleton: 47.7 percent
Victor Mitchell: 30.1 percent
Greg Lopez: 13.2 percent
Doug Robinson: 9 percent
Dave Young: 67.5 percent
Bernard Douthit: 32.5 percent
Brian Watson: 37.9 percent
Justin Everett: 37 percent
Polly Lawrence: 25.1 percent
Phil Weiser: 50.4 percent
Joe Salazar: 49.6 percent
George Brauchler: 100 percent (uncontested)
Jena Griswold: 100 percent (uncontested)
Wayne Williams: 100 percent (uncontested)
Diana DeGette: 68.3 percent
Saira Rao: 31.7 percent
Charles Stockham: 100 percent (uncontested)
Karen McCormick: 64.6 percent
Chase Kohne: 35.4 percent
Ken Buck: 100 percent (uncontested)
Jason Crow: 65.9 percent
Levi Tillemann: 34.1 percent
Mike Coffman: 100 percent (uncontested)
Ed Perlmutter: 100 percent (uncontested)
Mark Barrington: 100 percent (uncontested)
Congressional District 4, Democrat:
Tim Krug: 100 percent (uncontested)
Congressional District 4, Republican:
Debora Scheffel: 100 percent (uncontested)
Lesley Smith: 100 percent (uncontested)
Ken Montera: 100 percent (uncontested)
Other items that may interest you
We have noticed you are using an ad blocking plugin in your browser.
The revenue we receive from our advertisers helps make this site possible. We request you whitelist our site.