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Election 2022

Protecting our personal rights,
our community, our safety,
and our democracy

Many Great Results for
Dems in Colorado!

(Click Here for Results)

Federal Office


US Congress District 4

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US Congress District 6

(Aurora portion of


State Office

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Attorney General

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Secretary Of State

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State Board Of Education


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State Board Of Education - CD 6

(Aurora portion

of County)

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CU Regent - CD 4

(All of DougCo

except CD6)

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State Senate District 4

(includes remainder of Douglas County outside Senate Districts 2 & 30)

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State Senate District 27

(includes portion of Aurora

in DougCo)

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State Senate District 30

(includes Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree & Roxborough)

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State House District 39

(includes Roxborough, Highlands Ranch south rim, Lone Tree, northern Castle Pines and most of rural & southern Douglas County)

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State House District 61

(includes Aurora in Arapahoe & Douglas Counties)

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State House District 43

(includes most of
Highlands Ranch)

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State House District 44

(includes Parker)

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State House District 45

(includes Castle Rock, Pradera and The Pinery)

County Office

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County Clerk & Recorder



 County Commissioner


Independent Mike Phibbs for Douglas County Sheriff






All 14 judges on your ballot in Douglas County have been rated by the official "Colorado Office of Judicial Performance Evaluation" as “Meets Performance Standards” and are therefore presumably worthy of a ‘Yes’ vote for retention.

City Councils

Depending on your home address, your ballot may also include candidates for a City Council or other governing body of your municipality. The Douglas County Democratic Party expresses no opinion on any of the municipal elections this year. Some municipal elections are nonpartisan, where the Party preference of a candidate is not disclosed.

Ballot Measures

For our guide to both the 11 statewide ballot measures and the 4 for Douglas County government and public schools, click the button below:

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