Updates on local races in the 2012 general election | SteamboatToday.com

Updates on local races in the 2012 general election

Dale Morris and Lynne Garell celebrate while watching the election coverage at a Routt County Democratic Party event at Sweetwater Grill on Tuesday evening.

This page will be updated as we get returns Tuesday evening. All race totals should be considered provisional unless otherwise noted. Charts for individual races will note the time they were last updated. Updates also will be posted on Twitter and Facebook throughout the night. All of our election coverage is available at SteamboatToday.com/election. Follow updates from national races here.

Election results

Routt County voters turned up at the polls in large numbers in a presidential election year.

Statewide races

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Regional races

Diane Mitsch Bush beats Chuck McConnell in House District 26

• Scott Tipton beats Sal Pace in 3rd Congressional District

• Randy Baumgardner beats Emily Tracy in Senate District 8

Routt County races

Tim Corrigan beats Jim “Moose” Barrows in Routt County Commissioner District 1 seat

• Doug Monger beats Tina Kyprios in Routt County Commissioner District 2 seat

Routt County Board of Commissioners District 1 seat, updated 9:25 p.m.

Republican Jim “Moose” Barrows v. Democrat Tim Corrigan

Routt County Board of Commissioners District 2 seat, updated 9:25 p.m.

Republican Tina Kyprios v. Democrat Doug Monger

Colorado House District 26, updated 10:54 p.m.

Republican Chuck McConnell v. Democrat Diane Mitsch Bush

Colorado Senate District 8, updated 10:34 p.m.

Republican Randy Baumgardner v. Democrat Emily Tracy v. Libertarian Sacha L. Weis

Third Congressional District, updated 11:03 p.m.

Republican Scott Tipton v. Democrat Sal Pace

Referendum 2A, updated 9:25 p.m.

Referendum 2A: Yampa Town Board seat reduction

Referendum 5C, updated 9:25 p.m.

Referendum 5C: South Routt mill levy cap increase

14th Judicial District judge

Judge Michael O’Hara III

O’Hara looks like he will win the retention election 6,999 to 2,633 with 9,632 ballots counted.

14th Judicial District attorney

Brett Barkey

CU Board of Regents

At-large and Third Congressional District seats

At-large seat: Stephen C. Ludwig, Democrat, and Brian Davidson, Republican, are neck and neck, with both having about 46 percent of the vote so far.

Third Congressional District seat: Glenn Gallegos, Republican, leads Jessica Garrow, Democrat, with about 55 percent of the vote.