Congresswoman Lauren Boebert took the lead in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District on Thursday and has remained ahead by a small margin ever since. Results can be found on Colorado’s Secretary of State website.
As of Tuesday morning, Boebert currently leads her opponent Adam Frisch by 1,122 votes. The margin has been 1,122 votes since Friday and is large enough that it would not trigger an automatic recount.
According to state law, voters have until Wednesday to “cure” ballots that were submitted, but rejected due to a variety of reasons including missing signatures.
In addition to any “cured” ballots, it’s expected that vote totals will change after military and overseas ballots are added into the mix in coming days. Those ballots were required to have been postmarked by 7 p.m. on Election Day to be valid.
Campfire Colorado has talked to a number of political operatives across the state in recent days about what to expect in this race and the consensus has been consistent: Boebert is in a good position to win this race, but Democrats will fight to the end, so expect a drawn out process that could last weeks.
Stay tuned for updates as they develop throughout the week(s) 🔥
Results as of 10:04 AM Tuesday morning – Boebert leads by 1,122 votes: