South metro area

Campaign contributions in races for the state Legislature

Staff report
Posted 10/26/20

The following is a comparison of campaign contributions made to Democratic and Republican candidates for south metro-area seats in the state Legislature through the Oct. 19 reporting period. (Source: …

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South metro area

Campaign contributions in races for the state Legislature

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The following is a comparison of campaign contributions made to Democratic and Republican candidates for south metro-area seats in the state Legislature through the Oct. 19 reporting period. (Source: tracer.sos.colorado.gov)

Senate District 4

Jim Smallwood, Republican, Parker — $50,889

Elissa Flaumenhaft, Democrat, Parker — $2,911

Senate District 26

Jeff Bridges, Democrat, Greenwood Village — $242,783

Robert Roth, Republican, Aurora — $38,141

Senate District 27

Chris Kolker, Democrat, Centennial — $182,385

Suzanne Staiert, Republican, Centennial — $82,902

House District 3

Meg Froelich, Democrat, Englewood — $138,469

Dean Titterington, Republican, unincorporated Arapahoe County — $1,645

House District 37

Tom Sullivan, Democrat, Centennial — $150,760

Caroline Cornell, Republican, unincorporated Arapahoe County — $51,521

House District 38

David Ortiz, Democrat, Littleton — $202,838

Richard Champion, Republican, Columbine Valley —$53,525

House District 39

Mark Baisley, Republican, Roxborough Park — $24,317

Ian Chapman, Democrat, Florissant — $2,808

House District 43

Jennifer Mitkowski, Democrat, Highlands Ranch — $82,823

Kevin Van Winkle, Republican, Highlands Ranch — $69,155

House District 44

Kim Ransom, Republican, Lone Tree — $29,359

Kyra Storojev, Democrat, Parker — $19,403

House District 45

Katie Barrett, Democrat, Castle Rock — $39,051

Patrick Neville, Republican, Castle Rock — $0.00

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