Moffat County resident Joan Fleming, 48, center, votes Tuesday at the Centennial Mall in Craig. Fleming said she was motivated to vote because she was “not real satisfied” with how the nation and state are currently being run.

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Moffat County resident Joan Fleming, 48, center, votes Tuesday at the Centennial Mall in Craig. Fleming said she was motivated to vote because she was “not real satisfied” with how the nation and state are currently being run.

Final Moffat County results from Tuesday's general election

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Craig resident Zach Hendershott, 22, casts his vote Tuesday at the Centennial Mall in Craig. Area voters will make decisions on several local races and referendums, state races including governor and House District 57, as well as federal candidates of the Third Congressional District and candidates for U.S. Senate.

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Shawn Bacon, left, and James Cooper sit at electronic voting booths in Hamilton during Tuesday’s election. Cooper, a registered Republican, said he votes independently during most elections. However, this year Cooper is voting a “straight Republican ticket.” Cooper feels this year’s election is a referendum on Democratic policies and “how they were passed.”

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James Cooper signs in at the Hamilton Community Center on Tuesday as election judge Vickie Molzahn looks on. Molzahn said the average voter turnout for Hamilton is 30. By noon, Molzahn said the turnout was on track to exceed the average.


Moffat County voters have spoken and have defeated measures to allow medical marijuana dispensaries as well as a Craig lodging tax proposal.

Referendum 2B, the city of Craig’s 6.9-percent lodging tax proposal, has failed with a 72-percent no vote.

Both Moffat County and Dinosaur voters have decided to not allow medical marijuana dispensaries.

Incumbent Moffat County Commissioners Tom Mathers and Audrey Danner secured another term by defeating write-in candidates Kerry Moe and Tami Barnes, respectively.

See full results from local races, as well as Moffat County’s picks on state candidates and issues, below.

Moffat County races:

County Commissioner, District 2

• Audrey Danner — 3,645 votes

• Tami Barnes (write-in) — 129 votes

County Commissioner, District 3

• Tom Mathers — 3,271 votes

• Kerry Moe (write-in) — 638 votes

Referendum 2B

(Implementing a 6.9-percent lodging tax measure in the city of Craig)

• Yes — 767 votes

• No — 1,993 votes

Referendum 1A

(Prohibiting medical marijuana dispensaries in Moffat County)

• Yes — 2,678 votes

• No — 1,862 votes

Referendum 2A

(Permitting medical marijuana dispensaries in the town of Dinosaur)

• Yes — 44 votes

• No — 62 votes

Retention of Moffat County Judge Sandra H. Gardner

• Yes — 3,029 votes

• No — 1,200 votes

Retention of 14th Judicial District Judge Mary C. Hoak

• Yes — 2,294 votes

• No — 1,569 votes

Unopposed Moffat County candidates:

County Treasurer

• Elaine Sullivan — 4,028 votes

County Assessor

• Robert Razzano — 3,873 votes

County Coroner

• Kirk McKey — 3,795 votes

County Sheriff

• Tim Jantz — 3,946 votes

County Clerk & Recorder

• Lila Herod — 3,962 votes

County Surveyor

• Peter Epp — 3,976 votes

Moffat County results for state races:

Amendment P

(Regulation of games of chance)

• Yes — 1,069 votes

• No — 3,131 votes

Amendment Q

(Temporary location for the state seat of government)

• Yes — 1,928 votes

• No — 2,363 votes

Amendment R

(Exempt possessory interests in real property)

• Yes — 1,402 votes

• No — 2,823 votes

Amendment 60

(Property taxes)

• Yes — 1,558 votes

• No — 2,935 votes

Amendment 61

(Limits on state and local government borrowing)

• Yes — 1,784 votes

• No — 2,734 votes

Amendment 62

(Application of the term person)

• Yes — 1,668 votes

• No — 2,774 votes

Amendment 63

(Health care choice)

• Yes — 2,460 votes

• No — 1,939 votes

Proposition 101

(Income, vehicle and telecommunication taxes and fees)

• Yes — 2,020 votes

• No — 2,485 votes

Proposition 102

(Criteria for release to pretrial services programs)

• Yes — 1,814 votes

• No — 2,531 votes

United States Senator

• Ken Buck (R) — 3,043 votes

• Michael F. Bennet (D) — 1,092 votes

• Bob Kinsey (Grn) — 127 votes

• Maclyn “Mac” Stringer (L) — 78 votes

• Charley Miller (U) — 61 votes

• J. Moromisato (U) — 27 votes

• Jason Napolitano (IR) — 72 votes

• Michele Newman (WI) (U) — 0 votes

• Robert Rank (WI) (U) — 0 votes

Representative to the 112th United State Congress, District 3

• John Salazar (D) — 1,215 votes

• Scott R. Tipton (R) — 3,091 votes

• Gregory Gilman (L) — 126 votes

• Jake Segrest (U) — 97 votes

• James Fritz (WI) (U) — 0 votes

• John W. Hargis Sr. (WI) (U) — 0 votes

Governor

• John Hickenlooper (D) — 1,012 votes

• Dan Maes (D) — 1,377 votes

• Jaimes Brown (L) — 43 votes

• Tom Tancredo (C) — 2,062 votes

• Jason R. Clark — 46 votes

• Paul Noel Fiorino — 16 votes

• Peter Carr (WI) (U) — 0 votes

• Willie Travis Chamber (WI) (U) — 0 votes

• Holly Cremeens (WI) (U) — 0 votes

• Michael Moore (WI) (U) — 0 votes

Secretary of State

• Scott Gessler (R) — 3,017 votes

• Bernie Buescher (D) — 895 votes

• Amanda Campbell (C) — 507 votes

State Treasurer

• Walker Stapleton (R) — 3,253 votes

• Cary Kennedy (D) — 1,153 votes

Attorney General

• Stan Garnett (D) — 896 votes

• John Suthers (R) — 3,463 votes

Regent at University of Colorado — at-large

• Melissa Hart (D) — 892 votes

• Steve Bosley (R) — 2,903 votes

• Jesse B. Wallace (L) — 373 votes

State Representative — District 57

• Steve Ivancie (D) — 699 votes

• Randy Baumgardner (R) — 3,537 votes

• Mike Kien (L) — 210 votes

Retention of Supreme Court Justice Michael Bender

• Yes — 2,213 votes

• No — 1,714 votes

Retention of Supreme Court Justice Alex J. Martinez

• Yes — 2,074 votes

• No — 1,829 votes

Retention of Supreme Court Justice Nancy E. Rice

•Yes — 2,171 votes

•No — 1,720 votes

Retention of Court of Appeals Judge John Daniel Dailey

• Yes — 2,256 votes

• No — 1,586 votes

Retention of Court of Appeals Judge Richard L. Gabriel

• Yes — 2,184 votes

• No — 1,632 votes

Retention of Court of Appeals Judge Nancy L. Lichtenstein

• Yes — 2,157 votes

• No — 1,656 votes

Retention of Court of Appeals Judge David J. Richman

• Yes — 2,154 votes

• No — 1,661 votes

Comments

Terrie Barrie 3 years, 5 months ago

I just checked the Steamboat Pilot, http://www.steamboatpilot.com/documents/2010/nov/02/routt-county-election-results/, and the Denver Post. They're getting early results. Has the Moffat County problem been resolved yet?

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mballeck 3 years, 5 months ago

This is Michelle Balleck, online content producer for the Daily Press. The problem was reportedly resolved more than an hour ago, but the elections department has not released any results yet. As soon as we get the first round, we will post them right here. Thank you for checking back.

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