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2022 midterm election results for Colorado and the Four Corners

Daniel Rayzel

KSJD is tracking live results for the 2022 midterm election. As more results become available, this article will be updated. Updated at 2:56 p.m. on Thursday, November 10, 2022.

Yesterday – Tuesday, November 8 – was Election Day in Cortez. In addition to the statewide gubernatorial election, U.S. House and Senate races and ballot initiatives, KSJD will be following several local elections in the Four Corners region.

Four Corners Unofficial Election Results

Montezuma County Sheriff

Republican Steve Nowlin is running against Odis Sikes, who is unaffiliated.

  • Steve Nowlin - 8,663 votes
  • Odis Sikes - 2,961 votes

Montezuma County Commissioner - District 1

Republican James "Jim" Candelaria is uncontested in the general election.

Montezuma County Clerk and Recorder

Republican Kim Percell is uncontested in the general election.

Montezuma County Surveyor

Rita Caffey, who is unaffiliated, is uncontested in the general election.

Dolores County Sheriff

Republican Michael Steele is running against Don Wilson, who is unaffiliated.

  • Michael Steele - 425 votes
  • Don Wilson - 770 votes

Dolores County Legislature / Executive Board

Republican Julie Kibel is running against Linda Yellowman, who is unaffiliated.

  • Julie Kibel - 600 votes
  • Linda Yellowman - 664 votes

Navajo Nation President

Incumbent president Jonathan Nez is running for re-election to a second term in office against Buu Nygren. For more election results from Arizona, click here.

  • Jonathan Nez - 31,069 votes
  • Buu Nygren - 34,568 votes
Colorado Statewide Unofficial Election Results

U.S. House of Representatives - Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District

Incumbent Republican Lauren Boebert is facing Democrat Adam Frisch in the race for the 3rd Congressional District.

  • Lauren Boebert - 159,029 votes
  • Adam Frisch - 158,235 votes

U.S. Senate - Colorado

Incumbent Democrat Michael Bennet is facing Republican Joe O’Dea in the race to represent Colorado in the U.S. Senate.

  • Michael Bennet - 1,157,512 votes
  • Joe O’Dea - 911,417 votes

Governor - Colorado

Incumbent Democrat Jared Polis is facing Republican Heidi Ganahl in the state’s gubernatorial election.

  • Jared Polis - 1,219,266 votes
  • Heidi Ganahl - 868,875 votes

U.S. Senate - Utah

Incumbent Republican Mike Lee is facing Independent Evan McMullin in the race to represent Utah in the U.S. Senate. This is the first Senate election in Utah's history where there is no Democratic nominee. For more election results from Utah, click here.

  • Mike Lee - 415,026 votes
  • Evan McMullin - 314,452 votes

Colorado State House - District 59

Incumbent Democrat Barbara Hall McLachlan is facing Republican Shelli Shaw in the race to represent District 59 in the Colorado State House.

  • Barbara Hall McLachlan - 25,405 votes
  • Shelli Shaw - 19,289 votes

Colorado State House - District 58

Incumbent Republican Marc Catlin is facing Democrat Kevin Kuns in the race to represent District 58 in the Colorado State House.

  • Marc Catlin - 24,395 votes
  • Kevin Kuns - 19,470 votes
Colorado Ballot Initiatives Unofficial Results

Proposition FF - Healthy School Meals for All

  • Yes - 1,148,914 votes
  • No - 928,725 votes

Proposition 122 - Access to Natural Psychedelic Substances

  • Yes - 1,062,857 votes
  • No - 996,188 votes

Proposition 121 - State Income Tax Rate Reduction

  • Yes - 1,359,503 votes
  • No - 705,853 votes
Chris Clements is KSJD's news reporter. He previously covered literary arts as a reporter for The Chautauquan Daily in Chautauqua, New York, and recently graduated with a degree in English from Arizona State University. He’s passionate about all things related to journalism, music and film, especially author David Foster Wallace, jazz singer Cecile McLorin Salvant and the films of Paul Thomas Anderson.