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2014 Colorado Election  
   

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Colorado


 
 
Electoral Votes:  
  John Hickenlooper (D)
 
 
 
   

    The was held on Tuesday, June 24th, 2014.
    The was held on Tuesday, June 24th, 2014.
    The will be held on Tuesday, November 4th, 2014.
    The Senate seat currently held by Mark Udall will be up for election in 2014. 
    The gubernatorial seat currently held by John Hickenlooper will be up for election in 2014.
    Colorado Secretary of State, Division of Elections
    Democratic Party of Colorado
    Republican Party of Colorado



   Election 2014 The Colorado Senate seat to be contested is currently held by democrat Mark Udall.
   2014 Election Mark Udall was sworn in on January 3rd, 2009 and is serving his first term in office.
   2014 Election Mark Udall is eligible for re-election in 2014 and has declared his candidacy.



2014 Colorado Democratic Primary Senatorial Candidates

Mark Udall

Incumbent U.S. Senator from Colorado
Democratic Nominee      Udall campaign website
   
2014 Colorado Republican Primary Senatorial Candidates

Cory Gardner

U.S. Representative from Colorado
Republican Nominee     Gardner campaign website
 

Randy Baumgardner

Colorado State Senator
Rejected Republican Candidate    
 

Tom Janich

Former Brighton School District and Fire Protection District member
Rejected Republican Candidate    
 

Amy Stephens

Colorado State Representative
Withdrawn Republican Candidate    
 

Mark Aspiri

Businessman
Withdrawn Republican Candidate    
 

Ken Buck

District Attorney for Weld County, Colorado
Withdrawn Republican Candidate    
 

Owen Hill

Colorado State Senator
Withdrawn Republican Candidate    
 

Jaime McMillan

Businessman and community volunteer
Withdrawn Republican Candidate    
 
 
 
2014 Colorado Third Party Senatorial Candidates

Gaylon Kent

Writer, driver/messenger
Libertarian Nominee      Kent campaign website
   

Bill Hammons

Chairman of the Unity Party of America
Declared Unity Party of America Candidate      Hammons campaign website
   

Dr. Steve Shogan

Brain and spine surgeon
Declared Independent Candidate      Shogan campaign website
   

 




   Election 2014 The Colorado Gubernatorial seat to be contested is currently held by democrat John Hickenlooper.
   2014 Election John Hickenlooper was sworn in on January 11th, 2011 and is serving his first term in office.
   2014 Election John Hickenlooper is eligible for re-election in 2014 but has not yet declared his candidacy.



2014 Colorado Democratic Primary Gubernatorial Candidates

John Hickenlooper

Incumbent Governor of Colorado
Democratic Nominee      Hickenlooper campaign website
   
2014 Colorado Republican Primary Gubernatorial Candidates

Bob Beauprez

Former U.S. Representative from Colorado
Republican Nominee      Beauprez campaign website
 

Scott Gessler

Secretary of State of Colorado
Defeated Republican Candidate     
 

Mike Kopp

Former Minority Leader of the Colorado Senate
Defeated Republican Candidate     
 

Tom Tancredo

Former U.S. Representative from Colorado
Defeated Republican Candidate     
 

Greg Brophy

Colorado State Senator
Rejected Republican Candidate     
 

Steve House

Healthcare consultant and Chairman of the Adams County Republican Party
Rejected Republican Candidate     
 

Roni Bell Sylvester

Rancher, social entrepreneur and conservative activist
Rejected Republican Candidate     
 

Jason Clark

Money manager, veteran and 2010 independent candidate for Governor
Withdrawn Republican Candidate     
 

Cory Gardner

U.S. Representative from Colorado
Declined Republican Candidate     
 
 
 
2014 Colorado Third Party Gubernatorial Candidates

Matthew Hess

Political Activist and IT Systems Administrator
Declared Libertarian Candidate      Hess campaign website
   

Jim Rundberg

Businessman, telecommunication technician and veteran
Declared Independent Candidate      Rundberg campaign website
   



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