Early results show Adams County trending blue

Scott Taylor
staylor@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 11/8/22

Adams County Democrats were preparing to complete a second blue wave, taking sizeable leads in seven out of seven county races in early voting returns.

County Commissioners Steve O'Dorisio and …

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Early results show Adams County trending blue

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Adams County Democrats were preparing to complete a second blue wave, taking sizeable leads in seven out of seven county races in early voting returns.

County Commissioners Steve O'Dorisio and Emma Pinter, Democrats both, had better than 15,000 vote leads over their opponents, Republicans Joseph Domenico and Sean Forest.

In early results as of 12 p.m. Nov. 9, O'Dorisio had 68,044 votes to Domenico's 51,882 votes for the district four seat.

Pinter had 68,086 votes to Forest's 53,198 votes.

It was the same down the line.

In the race for Clerk and Recorder, incumbent Democrat Josh Zygielbaum led Republican Karen Hoopes 68,029 to 51,882.

In the race for County Assessor, Ken Musso had 68,744 votes to Hieu Nguyen's 51,034. In the race for Treasurer, Democrat Alex Villagran had 63,503 votes to Republican Stan Martin's 56,571.

In the race for Adams County Sheriff, Gene Claps, a 22-year veteran of the Sheriff's Department led his former boss Mike McIntosh 64,428 votes to 57,013.

Claps worked for McIntosh as well as his successor, Rich Riegenborn when Reigenborn beat McIntosh in 2018.

Claps went on to defeat Reigenborn in Adams County's Democratic Primary election last spring.

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