Who Won Colorado Elections in 2006?
Democrat Bill Ritter won the Governorship of Colorado over Republican Bob Beauprez in the 2006 election. In the House of Representatives, all the incumbents from Colorado won re-election. There were two open seats - Republican Doug Lamborn won in Colorado's 5th District, while Democrat Ed Perlmutter won in the 7th District.
Colorado also voted to raise the minimum wage and to ban same-sex marriage in the 2006 election.
|1st District||Diana Degette||DEM||Incumbent||79.8%|
|2nd District||Mark Udall||DEM||Incumbent||68.2%|
|3rd District||John Salazar||DEM||Incumbent||61.6%|
|4th District||Marilyn Musgrave||REP||Incumbent||45.6%|
|5th District||Doug Lamborn||REP||59.6%|
|6th District||Thomas Tancredo||REP||Incumbent||58.6%|
|7th District||Ed Perlmutter||DEM||54.9%|