Updated 7:47 p.m., Wednesday, April 5
Results for Denver’s municipal election are still coming in.
As of Wednesday evening, there were still more than 21,000 votes left to be counted. Lisa Calderón might still have a shot in the Denver mayor’s race if enough of those votes fall in her favor.
Denver election staff said the next batch of updates will come out sometime Thursday afternoon.
Denverite and CPR News reporters were out talking to candidates and voters while results trickled in last night. You can find their coverage here:
- Denver mayor’s race: Mike Johnston likely headed to runoff, Kelly Brough remains in a close second
- Referred Question 2O results: Voters defeat Park Hill Golf Course redevelopment. Developer concedes, vows golf will return
- Denver City Council at-large results: Gonzales-Gutierrez, Parady, Tate and Leiker are in a tight four-way race for two open seats
- Denver City Council: Incumbents facing challengers in districts 1, 2 and 5 look headed for reelection
- Denver City Council District 7: Flor Alvidrez leads the way and three other candidates are vying for a second runoff spot
- Denver City Council District 8: Brad Revare and Shontel Lewis look set for runoff
- Denver City Council District 9: Incumbent Candi CdeBaca likely heading to runoff with challenger Darrell Watson
- Denver City Council District 10 results: Incumbent Chris Hinds leads but his runoff opponents are in a tight race
- Referred Questions 2M and 2N: Zoning and protest petition rules likely to be updated
- Denver Auditor Tim O’Brien cruises to re-election
Denverite will post live updates Wednesday as votes are processed. The results will remain unofficial until the election is certified on April 20.
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