Below are the latest elections results from the Boulder County Clerk & Recorder's Office, representing all races on the Boulder County ballot, plus a few key races of regional interest from Weld and Larimer counties. Statewide results are indicated as such and are according to the Associated Press and the Denver Post.


Latest update: 9:20 a.m.


NATIONAL, STATE, LOCAL RACES:


President: Colorado vote
Barack Obama (D): 1,230,730; 51%
Mitt Romney (R): 1,119,535; 46%

President: Boulder County vote
Barack Obama (D): 120,485; 70%
Mitt Romney (R): 48,526; 28%

U.S. Congress: District 2 (statewide results)
Kevin Lundberg (R): 153,305; 39%
Jared Polis (D): 222,367; 56%
Randy Luallin (L): 12,376; 3%
Susan P. Hall (G): 9,346; 2%

U.S. Congress: District 4 (statewide results)
Doug Aden (AC): 5,423; 1.6%
Cory Gardner (R): 189,753; 59%
Brandon Shaffer (D): 118,918; 36%
Josh Gilliland (L): 9,776; 3%

State Board of Education: District 2

Angelika Schroeder (D): 79,945; 72%
Ann Fattor (R): 25,126; 23%
David G. Cottrell (L): 5,989; 5%

State Board of Education: District 4 (statewide results)

Pamela P. Mazanec (R): 205,945; 72%
Steven Ray Dellinger (L): 78,374; 28%

CU Regent: At Large (statewide results)

Stephen C. Ludwig (D): 1,015,966; 47%
Tyler Belmont (AC): 59,197; 3%
Brian Davidson (R): 967,198; 45%
Daniel Ong (L): 111,766; 5%

State Senate: District 17
Matt Jones (D): 41,818; 62%
Charlie Plagainos (R): 22,113; 33%
Ken Bray (L): 3,362; 5%

State Senate: District 18
Barry P. Thoma (R): 16,748; 21%
Rollie Heath (D): 61,343; 79%

State Senate: District 23
Vicki Marble (R): 42,839; 56%
Lee Kemp (D): 33,367; 44%

State Representative: District 10
William H. Eckert (R): 8,042; 20%
Dickey Lee Hullinghorst (D): 32,375; 80%

State Representative: District 11
Jonathan Singer (D): 21,608; 57%
Ellyn Hilliard (R): 16,541; 43%

State Representative: District 12
Mike Foote (D): 26,260; 64%
Russ Lyman (R): 12,507; 31%
Matthew A. Webber (L): 2,048; 5%

State Representative: District 13
Adam Ochs (R): 10,875; 29%
Claire Levy (D): 25,460; 67%
Howard P. Lambert (L): 1,783; 5%

State Representative: District 33
David J. Pigott (R): 17,900; 45%
Dianne Primavera (D): 19,939; 50%
W. Earl Allen (L): 1,961; 5%

State Representative: District 63
Tim Erickson (D): 14,560; 41%
Lori Saine (R): 20,694; 59%

District Attorney: 20th Judicial District
Stan Garnett (D): 120,825; 100%

District Attorney: 19th Judicial District
Ken Buck (R): 78,675; 100%

District Attorney: 8th Judicial District
Clifford Riedel (R): 104,541; 100%

RTD Director: District I
Jeff Ilseman: 15,703; 27%
Seth L. Patterson: 12,294; 21%
Judy Lubow: 19,127; 32%
Cheryl Hauger: 11,494; 20%

Boulder County Commissioner: District 1
Elise Jones (D): 110,237; 78%
Shane Hampton (L): 31,637; 22%
Richard V. Lopez (D) (write-in): 246; 0%

Boulder County Commissioner: District 2
Maureen A Denig (R): 44,179; 29%
Deb Gardner (D): 100,021; 65%
Audrey Bray (L): 10,304; 6%

Weld County Commissioner: At-large
Sean Conway (R): 79,633; 97%
Write-in: 2,332; 3%

Weld County Commissioner: District 1
Mike Freeman (R): 24,502; 100%

Weld County Commissioner District 3
Barbara J. Kirkmeyer (R): 25,355; 100%

Louisville City Council: Ward 1
Emily Jasiak: 2,995; 100%

Superior Town Trustee
(vote for up to 3)
Debra Williams: 3,286; 35%
Elia Gourgouris: 2,378; 25%
Joseph F. Cirelli: 2,467; 26%
Jeff Chu (write-in): 852; 9%
Stephen a. Smith (write-in): 420; 4%

Dacono Mayor
Charles Sigman: 841; 60%
Sandra Tucker: 581; 40%


JUDICIAL RETENTION (Boulder County results):

Colorado Supreme Court: Nathan B. Coats
Yes: 94,413; 76%
No: 29,071; 24%

Colorado Court of Appeals: Laurie A. Booras
Yes: 96,568; 79%
No: 24,953; 21%

Colorado Court of Appeals: James S. Casebolt
Yes: 95,617; 80%
No: 24,573; 20%

Colorado Court of Appeals:  Dennis A. Graham
Yes: 89,841; 75%
No: 29,554; 25%

Colorado Court of Appeals: Gale T. Miller
Yes: 93,458; 78%
No: 25,678; 22%

Colorado Court of Appeals: Daniel Marc Taubman
Yes: 93,809; 79%
No: 25,357; 21%

Colorado Court of Appeals: John R. Webb
Yes: 92,513; 78%
No: 26,188; 22%

Boulder District Judge: D.D. Mallard
Yes: 94,636; 79%
No: 25,277; 21%

Boulder District Judge: Thomas Francis Mulvahill
Yes: 95,549; 80%
No: 24,351; 20%

Boulder County Judge: John F. Stavely
Yes: 91,281; 75%
No: 30,717; 25%


BALLOT MEASURES:

Colorado Amendment S: State personnel system

Yes: 1,283,564; 55%
No: 1,058,775; 45%

Colorado Amendment 64: Marijuana legalization
Yes: 1,283,564; 55%
No: 1,058,775; 45%

Amendment 65: Campaign contributions
Yes: 1,649,846; 74%
No: 586,251; 26%

Boulder Issue 2A: Climate Action Plan tax extension
Yes: 45,260; 82%
No: 9,910; 18%

Boulder Issue 2B: Sales and use tax extension
Yes: 46,525; 85%
No:8,210; 15%

Boulder Question 2C: City Council compensation
Yes: 30,161; 61%
No: 19,013; 39%

Boulder Question 2D: Extending lease terms
Yes: 35,269; 70%
No: 15,082; 30%

Lafayette Question 2A: Open space tax extension
Yes: 10,894; 80%
No: 2,648; 20%

Lafayette Question 2B: Residential growth management
Yes: 9,003; 71%
No: 3,712; 29%

Longmont Question 2A: Xcel franchise renewal
Yes: 28,097; 72%
No: 10,964; 28%

Longmont Question 300: Fracking ban
Yes: 25,013; 60%
No: 16,806; 40%

Lousiville Issue 2A: Open space tax extension
Yes: 7,854; 67%
No: 3,850; 33%

Erie Issue 2A: Public safety building
Yes: 5,085; 50%
No: 5,114; 50%

St. Vrain Issue 3A: Mill levy override
Yes: 38,842; 56%
No: 30,689; 44%

Rocky Mountain Fire Protection District Issue 5A: Property tax increase

Yes: 5,715; 60%
No: 3,814; 40%

Boulder Mountain Fire Protection District Issue 5A: Property tax increase
Yes: 1,298; 85%
No: 236; 15%

Allenspark Water and Sanitation District Issue 5A: Setting aside TABOR
Yes: 64; 82%
No: 14; 18%

Firestone sales tax increase
Yes: 2,314; 46%
No: 2,741; 54%

Berthoud Question 300: Medical marijuana ban
Yes: 1,111; 43%
No: 1,478; 57%