Election 2022: Boebert lead holds, but Frisch closes to within automatic recount margin as final ballot counting continues in the tight CD3 race; Garfield County numbers finalized | PostIndependent.com
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Election 2022: Boebert lead holds, but Frisch closes to within automatic recount margin as final ballot counting continues in the tight CD3 race; Garfield County numbers finalized

CD3 RACE UPDATE: Counting of the remaining ballots in the Nov. 8 election has begun and will likely continue into Friday. The following unofficial results represent the latest updates from the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office for the still too-close-to call 3rd Congressional District.

Lauren Boebert (R) — 50.08% (163,733)

Adam Frisch (D) — 49.92% (163,182)



State offices already decided

Colorado House District 57

Elizabeth Velasco (D) — 53.9% (19,885)



Perry Will (R) — 46.1% (17,033)

Colorado Senate District 8

Dylan Roberts (D) — 55.7% (40,646)

Matt Solomon (R) — 44.3% (32,365)


Garfield County election

Unofficial final results of the Nov. 8 election for Garfield County offices and ballot issues were released early Thursday afternoon. Garfield County Clerk and Recorder Jean Alberico said that an additional 579 ballots were counted, including military, overseas and cured ballots. Here are the final results.

Garfield County Commissioner District 1

Tom Jankovsky (R) — 12,267 (50.7%)

Ryan Gordon (D) — 11,923 (49.3%)

Glenwood Springs Question 2C (Lodging tax for workforce housing)

Yes — 2,163 (55.5%)

No — 1,735 (44.5%)

Carbondale Question 2A (Short-term vacation rentals tax for workforce housing)

Yes — 2,183 (71.8%)

No — 856 (28.2%)

Garfield County Clerk and Recorder

Jackie Harmon (R) — 12,371 (52.3%)

Becky Moller (D) — 11,307 (47.8%)

Garfield County Treasurer

Carrie Couey (R) — 12,252 (51.7%)

Aron Diaz (D) — 11,428 (48.3%)

3rd Congressional District (Garfield County voting)

Adam Frisch (D) — 13,752

Lauren Boebert (R) — 10,326


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