Colorado’s 7 incumbent congressional members re-elected

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DENVER — Colorado’s seven incumbent congressional members were re-elected to two-year terms on Tuesday night.

With one of three counties reporting in the 1st congressional district, Democrat Diana DeGette cruised to victory over Republican Charles “Casper” Stockham, 68.3 percent to 28.2 percent.

In the 2nd congressional district, Democrat Jared Polis beat back Republican Nicholas Morse, 57.1 percent to 37.8 percent with seven of 10 counties reporting.

In the vast 3rd congressional district, Republican Scott Tipton beat Democrat Gail Schwarts 54.4 percent to 40.8 percent with 20 of 29 counties reporting.

Republican Ken Buck was re-elected in the 4th congressional district, beating Democrat Bob Seay 61.2 percent to 31.3 percent.

In El Paso County, Republican Doug Lamborn cruised to victory in the 5th congressional district over Democrat Misty Plowright, 62.8 percent to 30.8 percent, with three of five counties reporting.

In a race targeted nationally by Democrats, Republican Mike Coffman was re-elected in the 6th congressional district, beating Democrat Morgan Carroll 51.6 percent to 42.6 percent with two of three counties reporting.

And in the 7th congressional district, Democrat Ed Perlmutter was beating Republican George Athanasopoulos 55.5 percent to 40.3 percent.