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DENVER — The results of the 2016 general election have been certified in Colorado, Secretary of State Wayne Williams said in a statement Friday.

The certification came after the deadline passed for anyone to request a recount from the state.

The results include the nine statewide ballot measures, such as the minimum wage increase and medical aid in dying.

Gov. John Hickenlooper has 30 days to sign the successful measures into law. The Colorado General Assembly will meet in January to consider any legislation related to the measures.

On Friday, Hickenlooper signed the paperwork related to the presidential election, which included the certificates for each of Colorado’s nine presidential electors.

The governor also signed a certificate officially declaring Michael Bennet the winner of the U.S. Senate race in Colorado.

The presidential electors will appear in the governor’s office on Dec. 19 to cast their votes. Under Colorado law, they must vote for Hillary Clinton.