2018 Jefferson County election results

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Here are the results for Jefferson County, including county offices, the municipal ballot measures for the communities of Arvada, Golden, Lakewood and Wheat Ridge.

Jefferson County legislative election results are available here.

Statewide ballot results can be found here, and statewide race results here

The results are updated as of the 11:03 p.m., Friday Nov. 9. 

Assessor
R Brian Cassidy 47.81 percent
D Scot Kersgaard 52.19 percent

Clerk and Recorder
R Faye Griffin 49.37 percent
D George Stern 50.63 percent

Coroner
D Annette Cannon 54.14 percent
R Thomas Weldon 45.86 percent

County Commissioner, District 3
R Tina Francone 44.41 percent
D Lesley Dahlkemper 55.59 percent

Sheriff

R Jeff Shrader 100 percent with 207,989 votes

Surveyor
R Robert Hennessy 45.85 percent
D Bryan Douglass 54.15 percent

Treasurer
D Jerry DiTullio 53.96 percent
R Frank Teunissen 46.04 percent

Jefferson County Public Schools ballot measures
5A (mill levy)

Yes: 52.51 percent

No: 47.49 percent

5B (school bond)

Yes: 50.22 percent

No: 49.78 percent

Arvada
3F (Transportation infastructure bond)

Yes: 66.51 percent

 No: 33.49 percent

6E (Arvada Fire Protection District funding request)

Yes: 71.55 percent

No: 28.45 percent

Golden
2E (Allowing 16-17 year-olds to vote on municipal issues) 

Yes: 35.28 percent

No: 64.72 percent

Lakewood
2D (Allowing city to use TABOR refund money)

Yes: 60.51 percent

No: 39.49 percent

Wheat Ridge
2A (Allow the city to provide telecom services)

Yes: 80.5 percent

No: 19.5 percent

2B (To retain excess sales tax revenue)

Yes: 71.14 percent

No: 28.86 percent

Fairmount Fire Protection District Measure 6A
The fire district requests to stabilize revenues so that future changes in the residential assessment rate allow the district to proportionally adjust its mill levy so that the equivalent amount of taxes that will be collected each year.

Yes: 66.5 percent
No: 33.5 percent

Pleasant View Metropolitan District Measure 6B

Yes: 45.19 percent
No: 54.81 percent

West Metro Fire Ballot Measure 7C
The fire district requests to stabilize revenues so that future changes in the residential assessment rate allow the district to proportionally adjust its mill levy so that the equivalent amount of taxes that will be collected each year.

Yes: 69.83 percent
No: 30.17 percent

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