Lauren Boebert is currently beating Adam Frisch by 1,122 votes in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District, but that isn’t stopping Frisch from traveling to Washington, DC for “new-member orientation.”
According to the Denver Post, “Adam Frisch is still more than a thousand votes behind U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert in the race for Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District seat, but he’s attending orientation for new members of Congress in case a wave of upcoming ballots reverses their positions.”
Meanwhile the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel reports that we all should know the final results in the race tomorrow. Of course, unless those results trigger an automatic recount. Then we won’t have a final answer until early December.
“As things stand right now, Boebert is leading Frisch by 1,122 votes, but that doesn’t include 5,191 ballots that, so far, have been returned and not yet counted, according to figures maintained by the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office,” reports the Daily Sentinel.
“If that margin holds, it could be enough to trigger an automatic recount of all ballots, which wouldn’t be done until sometime in early December, election officials say.
Clerks in the 28-county district are expected to release their final results sometime early Thursday.”