Democrat Mary Parker is running to represent Colorado’s 22nd House District, which encompasses parts of Jefferson County. She faces a challenge from incumbent Rep. Colin Larson, a Republican, and Margot Herzl, a Libertarian.
Democrat Sally Boccella is running to represent Colorado’s 23rd Senate District, which encompasses Windsor and other parts of Larimer County. The seat was formerly held by term-limited Republican Vicki Marble. Boccella is running against Republican Barbara Kirkmeyer and Libertarian Matthew DiGiallonardo.
Republican Bob Roth is running to represent Colorado’s 26th senate district, which encompasses many of Denver’s southern suburbs including Englewood, Greenwood Village, and Littleton. Roth faces incumbent Democratic state Sen. Jeff Bridges in the race.
Democrat David Ortiz is running to represent Colorado’s 38th house district, which encompasses parts of Littleton and the south Denver metro area. Ortiz faces Republican incumbent Rep. Richard Champion in the race. According to one legislative ranking group, the district leans Democratic in the 2020 election.
Democrat Chris Kolker is running for the south-metro senate district 27 seat, which is based in Centennial. The seat was left open by state Sen. Jack Tate, a Republican, who decided not to run for reelection. Kolker faces Republican Suzanne Staiert in the race.
Republican Cleave Simpson is running to replace term-limited Republican Sen. Larry Crowder in Colorado’s 35th senate district, which encompasses large geographical areas in the southern and southeastern parts of the state. He faces Democrat Carlos Lopez in the race.
Democrat Brianna Titone is seeking reelection to the Colorado House of Representatives’ 27th district, which encompasses Arvada and slivers of Wheat Ridge and Golden. Titone faces a challenge from Republican Vicki Pyne, whom she defeated by just 439 votes in the 2018 election.
Democrat Carlos Lopez is running to replace term-limited Republican Sen. Larry Crowder in Colorado’s 35th senate district, which encompasses large geographical areas in the southern and southeastern parts of the state. He faces Republican Cleave Simpson in the race.
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This guest editorial from Denver Mayor Michael Hancock first appeared in Colorado Politics.
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