Interesting races in Colorado

All 7 of Colorado’s US House of Representatives seats are up for election in 2018.  In addition, elections will be held for Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, Treasurer, all of the state House of Representatives seats and half of the state Senate seats.  All of the federal races, all of the statewide races, and every state legislature race where the margin of victory was 10% or less in the last 4 years (per iffr.wiki) are listed below. Each of the offices listed below is linked to the Ballotpedia page about the office, which includes the incumbent and a variety of other information.  The small map is linked to the Statistical Atlas page about the district, which includes a map and various statistical information about the district.

Note the Colorado Senate is currently Republican controlled with an 1816 majority (with one Unaffiliated) and the Colorado House is Democratic controlled with a 3728 majority.

Perhaps your group might be interested in getting involved in one or more of these elections.  We’re listing groups here who’ve let us know they are interested in specific elections.  If you’d like your group’s interest in a specific election to be listed here or in an election not listed here (we’ll add it), please let us know. Your group does not have to be an Indivisible group to be listed.

 

District Margin Map (location) Interested group(s)
CO District 1 2016: +40.4%  
(Denver)
CO District 2 2016: +19.7%  
(Boulder / Fort Collins)
CO District 3 2016: +14.3%  
(Western Colorado, including Pueblo)
D3 Colorado
Indivisible Aspen
Swing Left
CO District 4 2016: +31.8%  
(Eastern plains, including Longmont and Castle Rock)
Indivisible Douglas County CD4
WTF Colorado
CO District 5 2016: +31.4%  
(Five counties: Park, Chaffee, Teller, Fremont, El Paso – includes Colorado Springs)
Indivisible CO5
CO District 6 2016: +8.3%  
(Aurora / Littleton / Highlands Ranch / Brighton)
 

Colorado Votes
Indivisible Colorado District 6
Indivisible Front Range Resistance
Indivisible Denver CD1
S.E.A People
Swing Left

CO District 7 2016: +15.4%  
(Arvada / Westminster / Thornton)
Governor 2014: +3.3% Indivisible CO5
Attorney General 2014: +9.0% Arvadans for Progressive Action
Indivisible CO5
Indivisible Stapleton
Secretary of State 2014: +2.3% Indivisible CO5
State Treasurer 2014: +5.0% Indivisible CO5
CU Regent, at large 2014: +2.7%
SD-3 2014: +9.8%  
(Pueblo)
SD-5 2014: +2.3%  
(Aspen / Delta / Gunnison / Salida)
D3 Indivisible
SD-11 2014: +10.6%  
(Colorado Springs)
SD-15 2014: unopposed  
(Larimer County minus Fort Collins)
IndivisibleNOCO
SD-16 2014: +2.7%  
(Central City / Golden / Littleton)
Colorado Friends of Democracy
Colorado Votes
Front Range Sister District
Indivisible Colorado SD-16
Indivisible CO7
Indivisible Denver CD1
Indivisible Evergreen
Indivisible Front Range Resistance
Indivisible Mountain Resistance
Jeffco CAN!
SoBo Rise
West Metro Resistance
WOW!
SD-20 2014: +0.6%  
(Arvada / Lakewood / Wheat Ridge)
Arvadans for Progressive Action
Colorado Friends of Democracy
Jeffco CAN!

West Metro Resistance
SD-22 2014: +2.2%  
(Lakewood / Ken Caryl)
Jeffco CAN!
SD-24 2014: +1.7%  
(Westminster / Northglenn / Thornton)
Colorado Friends of Democracy
Front Range Sister District
Indivisible CO7
Indivisible Denver CD1
Indivisible Front Range Resistance
SoBo Rise
WOW!
HD-3 2016: +5.1%
2014: +1.4%
 
(Englewood / Glenwood Village / Cherry Creek)
HD-15 2016: +36%
2014: +40%
 
(Colorado Springs)
Indivisible CO5
Vote Rep. Dave Williams Out of HD15 in 2018
HD-16 2016: +44%
2014: +38%
 
(Colorado Springs)
 Colorado Blue Wave 2018
HD-17 2016: +7.9%
2014: +2.1%
 
(Colorado Springs)
Indivisible CO5
HD-18 2016: +14%
2014: +11%
 
(Colorado Springs / Manitou Springs)
Indivisible CO5
HD-21 2016: +37%
2014: unopposed
 
(Colorado Springs / Fountain)
Indivisible CO5
HD-23 2016: +11.8%
2014: +9.6%
 
(Lakewood)
HD-24 2016: +14%
2014: +6.8%
 
(Golden / Wheat Ridge)
West Metro Resistance
HD-25 2016: +3.7%
2014: +9.0%
 
(Genesee / Evergreen / Dakota Ridge)
Colorado Friends of Democracy
Indivisible Evergreen
Jeffco CAN!
HD-27 2016: +13%
2014: +15%
 
(Arvada / Wheat Ridge)
Arvadans for Progressive Action
HD-28 2016: +20%
2014: +10%
 
(Lakewood)
HD-29 2016: +9.1%
2014: +5.2%
 
(Westminster)
HD-30 2016: +8.4%
2014: +0.6%
 
(Commerce City / Aurora)
HD-31 2016: +10.8%
2014: +1.0%
 
(Thornton)
HD-33 2016: +10.5%
2014: +5.8%
 
(Broomfield)
HD-34 2016: +6.1%
2014: +9.8%
 
(Thornton / Northglenn / Federal Heights)
HD-36 2016: +10.6%
2014: +2.9%
 
(Aurora)
HD-37 2016: +9.3%
2014: +16%
 
(Centennial)
HD-40 2016: +15.4%
2014: +7.5%
 
(Aurora)
HD-41 2016: +20.3%
2014: +7.6%
 
(Aurora)
HD-46 2016: unopposed
2014: +4.4%
 
(Pueblo)
 D3 Indivisible
HD-47 2016: +15.5%
2014: +29.2%
 
(Pueblo / La Junta / Rocky Ford)
 D3 Indivisible
HD-50 2016: +16.2%
2014: +8.0%
 
(Greeley)
HD-52 2016: +9.4%
2014: +10.4%
 
(Fort Collins)
HD-59 2016: +1.5%
2014: +0.4%
 
(Durango / Ridgway / Pagosa Springs)
D3 Indivisible
HD-60 2016: +34%
2014: unopposed
 
(Cañon City / Florence / Salida)
Indivisible CO5
HD-61 2016: +12.2%
2014: +9.1%
 
(Breckenridge / Aspen / Crawford)