VALLEY– With 5 counties still reporting statewide, 2 of which are in CD3 and all counties in the San Luis Valley completed reporting:
Democratic incumbent U.S. Senator Michael Bennet will be facing Republican nominee Joe O’Dea for the U.S. Senate.
Democratic challenger Adam Frisch will be facing Republican incumbent Lauren Boebert.
Democratic incumbent Governor Jared Polis will be facing Republican challenger Heidi Ganahl.
Republican Carol Riggenbach will be facing Democratic candidate Matthew Martinez for Colorado House District 62.
Arlyn Van Ry is the Republican candidate for the Alamosa County Commissioner District 2.
Democratic incumbent Nicole Jaramillo will be facing Republican challenger Mari Felix for Alamosa County Clerk and Recorder.
Amy McKinley is the Republican candidate for Alamosa County Treasurer.
Republican incumbent Sandra Hostetter is the Republican candidate for Alamosa County Assessor.
Incumbent Robert Jackson will be the Democratic candidate for Alamosa County Sheriff.
Daniel M. Russell will be the Republican candidate for Alamosa County Surveyor.
Republican Joe Dzuris will be the Republican candidate for Alamosa County Coroner.
Unofficial state primary election results for the 2022 midterm election. There were no contested races for any of the county seats — Commissioner District 3 Democrat Liz Maron (584 votes) was unopposed will face Republican Jeff Phillips (593) in November; Republican Trish Gilbert (643) will be the Clerk and Recorder; Republican Regina Schwartz (606) will be the Treasurer; Republican Peter Peterson (571) will be the Assessor; Republican Dan Warwick (595) will be the Sheriff; and Democrat Tom Perrin (631) will be the Coroner.
Unofficial state primary election results for the 2022 midterm election. There were no contested races for any of the county seats. Running unopposed were Commissioner District 2 - Republican Mitchell Jarvies (974 votes); Democrat Clerk and Recorder – Nathan Ruybal (974); Assessor – Democrat Naomi Martinez-Keys (864); Sheriff – Democrat Martin Maez (760) will face incumbent Republican Garth Crowther (957); Surveyor – Republican Martin Reynolds (964); Coroner – Republican Richard A. Martin (945).
Unofficial state primary election results for the 2022 midterm election. There were only two contested county races — Commissioner District 2 Democrat and County Treasurer Democrat.
In the Treasurer election, Michael Ray Vigil led with 460 votes, followed by Benita Martinez with 335 and Rebecca Becky Romero with 199.
In the District 2 Commissioner election, Fernanda A. Martinez was leading, followed by Lorraine A. Lorrie Quintana, and Jake Mondragon.
Winning unopposed were Clerk and Recorder Democrat Najondine T. Placek (822); Assessor Democrat Thomas Aragon (739); Sheriff Democrat Danny R. Sanchez (760); and Coroner Democrat Gary Roy Vigil (819).
Rio Grande County
Unofficial primary election results for the 2022 midterm election. In the race between Republican candidates John Noffsker and Tyler Ratzlaff for Rio Grande County Commissioner District 2, Ratzlaff was leading with 1,405 votes. Noffsker received 609 votes.
Incumbent Rio Grande County Clerk and Recorder Republican Cindy Hill won unopposed with 1,814 votes. Rio Grande County Incumbent Assessor Republican JJ Mondragon won unopposed with 1,764 votes and incumbent Rio Grande County Coroner Republican Stephen Hunzeker won unopposed with 1,747 votes. New candidate for Rio Grande County Sheriff Republican Anne M. Robinson won unopposed with 1,745 votes.
Unofficial results for their 2022 primary election. Incumbent Mineral County Commissioner Democrat Scott Lamb won unopposed with 135 votes cast for District 1. Incumbent Mineral County Clerk and Recorder Republican Eryn K. Winter won unopposed with 270 votes. New candidate Democrat Stasha Birdsey won the seat of Mineral County Assessor unopposed with 131 votes. New candidate for Mineral County Treasurer Republican Amy Wetherill won unopposed with 255 votes and incumbent Coroner Democrat Jimmy K. Adelman won unopposed with 139 votes.
In the Mineral County Sheriff election, incumbent Democrat Fred Hosselkus (112) will face newcomer Republican Terry Wetherill (244) in November. Both ran unopposed to represent their party.