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DENVER — Coloradans voted on a number of statewide and local measures Tuesday. While 2019 is not a major election year, voters’ choices could have a major impact on Colorado politics.

Propositions CC and DD appear on ballots statewide.

There are several mayor races in Colorado too. In the Denver area, there are mayoral elections in Aurora, Lakewood, Broomfield, Northglenn and Arvada. Additionally, Brighton’s mayor is facing a recall election.

Election results are below. They are not final. They will continue to be updated throughout Tuesday evening.

Proposition CC:

Yes: 44%

No: 56%

Proposition DD:

Yes: 50%

No: 50%

Arvada mayor:

Palm: 18%

Williams: 46%

Hall: 37%

Aurora mayor:

Berzins: 11%

Coffman: 38%

Frazier: 17%

Montgomery: 32%

Peterson: 2%

Broomfield mayor:

Kreeger: 30%

Groom: 34%

Quinn: 36%

Lakewood mayor: 

Paul: 53%

Johnson: 47%

Northglenn mayor:

Brown: 26%

Bromley: 30%

Leighty: 44%

Brighton mayoral recall election (Question 3A):

Yes: 71%

No: 29%

Arapahoe County jail measure (Issue 1A):

Yes: 33%

No: 67%

Jefferson County Ballot Issue 1A:

Yes: 45%

No: 55%

Summit County nicotine tax (Measure 1A):

Yes: 74%

No: 26%