Jason Crow Wins Top Line in CD6, Tillemann Squeaks By

Tonight, delegates in Congressional District 6 voted for one the remaining candidates seeking to go up against Congressman Mike Coffman.

405 votes were recorded.

261 for Jason Crow (64.4%)
144 for Levi Tillemann (35.5%)

Both candidates have, therefore, achieved ballot access for the June Primary and Tillemann, who also submitted petitions for ballot access, will no longer have to await the results from the Secretary of State.

Coffman was able to defeat his primary opponent, Roger Edwards, on April 7th when he received 75% of the vote at the Republican CD6 Assembly, preventing Edwards from accessing the ballot.

Colorado’s primaries will be held by mail-in ballot this June. Ballots will begin going out on June 4th and the final day of voting is June 26th.

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