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The 2016 was held on Tuesday, March 1st, 2016
The will be held on Tuesday November 8th, 2016.
   
 
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99.00% reporting in Colorado | 78 Delegates

  Winner Bernie Sanders
Junior U.S. Senator from Vermont and Former Mayor of Burlington
Sanders profile & issues  Polls  Campaign website      

72,115
58.97
38
 votes
 %
 delegates
   Hillary Clinton
Former U.S. Secretary of State, U.S. Senator and First Lady
Clinton profile & issues  Polls  Campaign website      

49,314
40.32
28
 votes
 %
 delegates
867
0.71
 votes
 %

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Governor of Colorado
The current Governor of Colorado is Democrat John Hickenlooper.
He was sworn into the Office of Governor on January 11th, 2011.
John Hickenlooper is 64 years old and serving his second elected term as Governor.
His Colorado Gubernatorial seat will be up for regular election on November 6th, 2018.
John Hickenlooper is not eligible for re-election in 2018 due to state term restrictions.
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Senior U.S. Senator from Colorado
The current Senior U.S. Senator from Colorado is Democrat Michael Bennet.
He was sworn into the Office of U.S. Senator on January 21st, 2009.
Michael Bennet is 51 years old and serving his first elected term as U.S. Senator.
His Colorado senatorial seat will be up for regular election on November 8th, 2016.
Michael Bennet is eligible for re-election in 2016 and has announced his candidacy.
Bennet was appointed on Jan. 21, 2009 after Senator Ken Salazar resigned to take the office of Secretary of the Interior.
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 2016 Colorado U.S. Senate Elections 
  2016 Democratic Primary Candidate
  Michael Bennet
Incumbent U.S. Senator from Colorado
Declared Democratic Candidate
Bennet campaign website      
  2016 Republican Primary Candidates
  Robert Blaha
Businessman
Declared Republican Candidate
Blaha campaign website    
  Charlie Ehler
Unknown
Declared Republican Candidate
Ehler campaign website    
  Ryan Frazier
Former Aurora City Councilman
Declared Republican Candidate
Frazier campaign website      
  Darryl Glenn
El Paso County Commissioner
Declared Republican Candidate
Glenn campaign website      
  Tom Janich
Former Brighton School Board member
Declared Republican Candidate
Janich campaign website  
  Jon Keyser
Veteran and former Colorado state Representative
Declared Republican Candidate
Keyser campaign website      
  Michael Kinlaw
Conservative and Tea Party supporter
Declared Republican Candidate
Kinlaw campaign website      
  Peg Littleton
El Paso County Commissioner and former CO Board of Education member
Declared Republican Candidate
Littleton campaign website      
  Greg Lopez
Former Mayor of Parker, CO and former Director of the Small Business Administration Colorado District
Declared Republican Candidate

  Tim Neville
Colorado State Senator
Declared Republican Candidate
Neville campaign website      
  Donald Rosier
Jefferson County Commissioner
Declared Republican Candidate
Rosier campaign website      
  2016 Third Party or Independent Candidates
  Bill Hammons
Businessman and Chairman of the Unity Party of America
Declared Unity Party of America Candidate
  
  Gary Swing
Cultural events promoter
Declared Boiling Frog Party Candidate
Swing campaign website    


Junior U.S. Senator from Colorado
The current Junior U.S. Senator from Colorado is Republican Cory Gardner.
He was sworn into the Office of U.S. Senator on January 3rd, 2015.
Cory Gardner is 41 years old and serving his first elected term as U.S. Senator.
His Colorado senatorial seat will be up for regular election on November 3rd, 2020.
Cory Gardner is eligible for re-election in 2020 but has not yet announced his candidacy.
Senator Cory Gardner official senatorial website
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