Here is how Montezuma County voted. By law, amendments require a supermajority of 55 percent to pass.
Winners of each election are in bold.
Federal officesRepresentative to the 116th U.S. CongressScott R. Tipton (Rep): 59.07%
Diane Mitsch Bush (Dem): 36.22%
Gaylon Kent (Lib): 1.69%
Mary M. Malarsie (Ind): 3.02%
State officesGovernorJared Polis/Dianne Primavera (Dem): 37.47%
Walker Stapleton/Lang Sias (Rep): 59.29%
Bill Hammons/Eric Bodenstab (Unity): 0.75%
Scott Helker/Michele Poague (Lib): 2.49%
Secretary of stateWayne Williams (Rep): 60.08%
Jena Griswold (Dem): 36.74%
Amanda Campbell (Am Const): 2.64%
Blake Huber (App Voting): 0.53%
State TreasurerBrian Watson (Rep): 59.83%
Dave Young (Dem): 36.67%
Gerald F. Kilpatrick (Am Const): 3.51%
Attorney GeneralPhil Weiser (Dem): 36.80%
George Brauchler (Rep): 0.11%
William F. Robinson III (Lib): 3.09%
CU Regent at largeLesley Smith (Dem): 36.67%
Ken Montera (Rep): 58.57%
Christopher E. Otwell (Unity): 1.23%
James K. Treibert (Lib): 3.53%
CU Regent, District 3Alvin Rivera (Dem): 35.40%
Glen H. Gallegos (Rep): 59.49%
Michael Stapleton (Lib): 5.10%
State Senator District 6Guinn Unger Jr. (Dem): 37.30%
Don Coram (Rep): 62.70%
State Representative District 58Marc Catlin (Rep): 61.53%
Seth Cagin (Dem): 38.47%
County officesCounty Commissioner District 1Mary Beth McAfee (Dem): 37.41%
Jim Candelaria (Rep): 40.78%
Steve L. Chappell (Un): 15.97%
Jesse James Sattley (Un): 5.84%
County Clerk and RecorderKim Percell (Rep): 100%
County TreasurerEllen Black (Rep): 100%
County AssessorLeslie Kennedy-Bugg (Rep): 100%
County SheriffSteven Nowlin (Rep): 100%
County SurveyorErnest Maness (Rep): 100%
County CoronerGeorge Deavers (Rep): 100%
Judicial retentionState Supreme CourtRichard L. Gabriel: 69.42%
State Court of AppealsJohn Daniel Dailey: 70.64%
Rebecca Rankin Freyre: 69.40%
Elizabeth L. Harris: 59.90%
David. J. Richman: 68.27%
22nd Judicial DistrictTodd Jay Plewe: 73.59%
Judge, Montezuma CountyJenniLynn Lawrence: 78.68%
State measuresAmendment VReduce age qualification in General Assembly from 25 to 21 years?
Amendment WChange ballot for judicial retention elections?
Amendment XChange definition of industrial hemp?
Amendment YChange congressional redistricting and reapportionment commission?
Amendment ZChange redistricting and reapportionment commission?
Amendment AProhibit slavery as a punishment for a crime?
Amendment 73Increase state taxes for public education?
Amendment 74Compensation to owners of private property when laws reduce property values?
Amendment 75Campaign contribution limits?
Proposition 109Increase state debt for “Fix our Damn Roads” Transportation bond initiative?
Proposition 110Increase state taxes for “Let’s Go,” transportation bond initiative?
Proposition 111Limit payday lenders to annual rate of 36 percent?
Proposition 112Set a minimum distance for oil development from human structures?
County measuresLewis-Arriola Fire District, Issue 6AIncrease property tax to fund fire department?
22nd Judicial District Question 7AAllow a third consecutive term for an elected DA?
Source: Colorado Secretary of State