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2004 Colorado Presidential Caucus Results
Democratic caucuses: 4/13/04, Filing Deadline: 6/1/04, Primary Write-in Deadline: 6/11/04, Presidential Filing Deadling: 7/5/04, Filing Deadline for Independents & minor parties: 7/5/04, Primary: 8/10/04, Write-in / Withdrawal Deadline: 9/3/04,
Last Updated: April 23, 2004
List of State Parties,
President, 50.7% in '00, 1st term, Polls
U.S. Sen. John F. Kerry (D) 61%,
U.S. Rep. Dennis J. Kucinich (D) 12%, uncommitted 23%
George W. "Dubya" Bush (R) attorney Michael A. "Mike" Peroutka (C),
Cobb 60%
Camejo
Salzman
Mesplay
Libertarian Party Nominee
Natural Law Party Nominee
Reform Party Nominee
'00 nominee Earl F. Dodge (Pro)
Howard L. Lydick (Pro)
Convention Results
Senator
St. Att. Gen. Ken Salazar (D) 56%, attorney / teacher / '96 Reform Party congressional candidate / '98 Republican congressional candidate Larry E. Johnson (D) ?%, educator / ex-diplomat Mike Miles (D) 20%, uncommited 25% businessman Peter Coors (R), consultant / ex-pastor Charles Foster (R), investment advisor / ex-Air Force Academy law prof. Dan L. O'Bryant (R), ex-U.S. Rep. Robert W. "Bob" Schaffer (R), George Walker (R), peace activist Rick VanWie (G),
realtor Daniel James "Dan" Barnett (Ch),
Dwight Henson (I),
3rd Congressional District
St. Rep. John T. Salazar (D) 69%, Mayor Jim Spehar (D) 29%, car salesman / ex-lobbyist Charles Randall "Randy" Fricke (D) 3%, homeless person / short-order cook Jim Fritz (D), '00 & '02 Sec. of St. nominee public relations executive / Anthony S. Martinez (D), Pueblo Co. Sheriff Dan Corsentino (R), realtor / ex-congressional aide Delina DiSanto (R), veteran Jerry Eller (R), St. Rep. Gregg Rippy (R), attorney Doug Sitter (R), St. Rep. Matt Smith (R), st. Dept. of Natural Resources Dir. Greg E. Walcher (R),
Primary Results
Senator
St. Att. Gen. Ken Salazar (D) 73.2%, educator / ex-diplomat Mike Miles (D) 26.8%, businessman Peter Coors (R) 60.6%, ex-U.S. Rep. Robert W. "Bob" Schaffer (R) 39.4%, consultant / ex-pastor Charles Fowler (R), George Walker (R/WI), peace activist Rick VanWie (G)?,
'02 nominee Douglas "Dayhorse" Campbell (C),
John K. Berntson (L),
Dwight Henson (I),
newspaper agency contractor John "Rob" Harris (I),
Daniel Masias (WI),
1st Congressional District
Dianna DeGette (D), consultant Roland Chicas (R), '02 nominee George C. Lilly (C),
2nd Congressional District
Mark Udall (D), lay minister Stephen M. Hackman (R) 52.0%, retired economist Michael P. Kennedy (R) 48.0%, Norm Olsen (L),
3rd Congressional District
St. Rep. John T. Salazar (D), st. Dept. of Natural Resources Dir. Greg E. Walcher (R) 31.8%, St. Rep. Matt Smith (R) 31.3%, St. Rep. Gregg P. Rippy (R) 16.3%, Pueblo Co. Sheriff Dan Corsentino (R) 11.5%, pilot Matt Aljanich (R) 9.0%, artist Bruce Edward Lohmiller (G),
4th Congressional District
ex-St. Sen. / '02 nominee Stanley T. Matsunaka (D), Marilyn N. Musgrave (R) 77.9%, mechanical engineer Bob "Bobby" Faust (R) 22.1%, retired teacher Robert A. "Bob" Kinsey (G),
5th Congressional District
ex-county party chair Fred Hardee (D), Joel Hefley (R) 84.2%, Michael W. "Mike" Payton (R) 15.8%,
6th Congressional District
businesswoman Joanna Conti (D), Tom Tancredo (R), Peter Shevchuck (C),
7th Congressional District
Jefferson Co. St. Att. Dave Thomas (D), Bob Beauprez (R), Clyde J. Harkins (C),

1. Key to Colorado Political Parties:
(A1) = America First Party
(AR) = American Reform Party
(Ch) = Christian Party
(C) = Constitution Party
(Com) = Communist Party
(D) = Democratic Party
(G) = Green Party
(I) = independent candidates
(M) = Marijuana Party
(L) = Libertarian Party
(NL) = Natural Law Party
(P) = American Patriot Party
(Pro) = Prohibition Party
(Rfm) = Reform Party
(R) = Republican Party
(S) = Socialist Party
(SW) = Socialist Workers Party
(WI) = Write-in candidates
Colorado Coalition of Independent Political Parties


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