Election Summary Report
2016 El Paso County General Election
Summary For Jurisdiction Wide, All Counters, All Races
*** Unofficial Final Results ***
Registered Voters 394,400 – Cards Cast 321,891

81.61 percent
Presidential Electors
Total Votes 317,979
Clinton / Kaine Democratic: 105,807  or 33.27 percent
Trump / Pence Republican: 176,506 or 55.51 percent
Castle / Bradley American Constitution: 1,418  or 0.45 percent
Johnson / Weld Libertarian: 1,9408 or 6.10 percent
Stein / Baraka Green: 3,952 or 1.24 percent
Write-in Votes: 4,706 or 1.48 percent

United States Senator
Total Votes: 311,599
Michael Bennet, Democratic: 111,550 or 35.80 percent
Darryl Glenn, Republica:  181,006 or 58.09 percent
Lily Tang Williams, Libertarian: 13,100 or 4.20 percent
Arn Menconi, Green: 3,045 or 0.98 percent
Bill Hammons, Unity: 1,294  or 0.42 percent

Write-in Votes: 378 or 0.12 percent

Representative to the United States Congress – District 5
Total Votes: 306,161
Misty Plowright, Democratic: 95,007 or 31.03 percent
Doug Lamborn, Republican: 189,070 or 61.76 percent
Mike McRedmond, Libertarian: 21,306 or 6.96 percent
Write-in Votes: 778  or 0.25 percent

State Senator – District 10
Total Votes: 71,211
Mark Anthony Barrionuevo, Democratic: 24,021 or 33.73 percent
Owen Hill, Republican:  47,190 or 66.27 percent
State Senator – District 12
Total Votes: 59,778
Bob Gardner, Republican: 45,169 or 75.56 percent
Manuel Quintel, Libertarian: 14,609 or 24.44 percent
State Representative – District 14
Total Votes: 43,268
Dan Nordberg, Republican: 31,353 or 72.46 percent
Chris Walters, Democratic: 11,915 or 27.54 percent

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State Representative – District 15
Total Votes: 36,507
Dave Williams, Republican: 24,848 or 68.06 percent
Sharon Huff, Democratic: 11,659 or 31.94 percent
State Representative – District 16
Total Votes: 35,935
Larry G. Liston, Republican: 25,864 or 71.97 percent
John C. Hjersman, Libertarian: 10,071 or 28.03 percent
State Representative – District 17
Total Votes: 22626
Thomas “Tony” Exum Sr., Democratic: 11,163 or 49.34 percent
Kit Roupe,  Republican:  94,09 or 41.58 percent
Susan Quilleash, Libertarian: 2,054 or 9.08 percent
State Representative – District 18
Total Votes: 38,999
Cameron Forth, Republican: 15,313 or 39.27 percent
Pete Lee, Democratic: 20,790 or 53.31 percent
Norman “Paotie” Dawson, Libertarian: 2,896 or 7.43 percent

State Representative – District 19
Total Votes: 49,541
Paul Lundeen, Republican: 39,464 or 79.66 percent
Tom Reynolds, Democratic: 10,077 or 20.34 percent
State Representative – District 20
Total Votes: 40,786
Terri Carver, Republican: 26,194 or 64.22 percent
Julia Endicott, Democratic: 12,231 or 29.99 percent
Judith Darcy, Libertarian:  2,361  or 5.79 percent
State Representative – District 21
Total Votes: 24,590
Lois Landgra, Republican: 16,946 or 68.91 percent
Michael Seebeck,  Libertarian:  7,644  or 31.09 percent
County Commissioner District 3
Total Votes: 70,199
Electra Johnson, Democratic: 32,816 or 46.75 percent
Stan VanderWerf, Republican: 37,383 or 53.25 percent
County Commissioner District 4
Total Votes: 40,770
Longinos Gonzalez Jr., Republican: 25,340 or 62.15 percent
Liz Rosenbaum,  Democratic: 15,430 or 37.85 percent
Amendment T: Regarding Involuntary Servitude as Punishment
Total Votes:296,907
YES:  133,544 or 44.98 percent
NO:  163,363  or 55.02 percent
Amendment U: Property Tax Exemption
Total Votes: 287,685
YES: 132,410 or 46.03 percent
NO: 155,275 or 53.97 percent
Amendment 69: Tax Increase Universal Healthcare
Total Votes: 301,684
YES:  46,301 or 15.35 percent
NO:  255,383 or 84.65 percent
Amendment 70: Increase Minimum Wage
Total Votes: 308,620
YES: 142,122 or 46.05 percent
NO:  166,498 or  53.95 percent
Amendment 71: Increase Signature Threshold to Amend State Constitution
Total Votes: 300,386
YES: 195,850 or 65.20 percent
NO: 104,536 or 34.80 percent
Amendment 72: Increase Tobacco Sales Taxes
Total Votes: 308,885
YES: 128,821 or 41.71 percent
NO:180,064 or 58.29 percent
Proposition 106: Assisted Suicide
Total Votes: 307,237
YES: 170,014 or 55.34 percent
NO: 137,223 or 44.66 percent
Proposition 107: Implement Presidential Primary
Total Votes: 301,671
YES: 195,049 or 64.66 percent
NO: 106,622 or 35.34 percent
Proposition 108: Open Primaries
Total Votes: 296,821
YES: 156,809 or 52.83 percent
NO: 140,012 or 47.17 percent
El Paso County Question 1A: County Opt-out of Broadband Ban
Total Votes:  290,196
YES: 191,151 or 65.87 percent
NO: 990,45 or 34.13 percent
Town of Palmer Lake 2A: Continue Sales Tax Rate
Total Votes: 1,569
YES: 863 or 55  percent
NO: 706 or 45 percent
Town of Palmer Lake 2B: Marijuana Excise Tax
Total Votes: 1,573
YES: 816 or 51.88 percent
NO: 757 or 48.12 percent
Town of Palmer Lake 2C: TABOR Override
Total Votes: 1,545
YES: 1,014 or 65.63 percent
NO:  531 or 34.37 percent
Town of Palmer Lake 2D: Publish Ordinances Online
Total Votes: 1,568
YES:  914 or 58.29 percent
NO: 654 or 41.71 percent
Town of Palmer Lake 300: Retail Marijuana Sales Tax
Total Votes: 1,588
YES: 867 or  54.60 percent
NO: 721 or  45.40 percent

Data gathered from www.elpasoelections.com/2016General/Results/results.

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