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1998 Primaries

 1998 State Primary Special


Stuart Rothenberg

 1998 Gubernatorial Ratings
8-10, 7-20, 6-30, 6-8, 5-19, 4-29, 4-6, 3-16, 2-24, 2-2

 1998 House Ratings
9-1, 8-5, 7-3, 6-23, 6-2, 5-13, 4-21, 3-30, 2-12

 1998 Senate Ratings
8-26, 7-28, 7-6, 6-15, 5-27, 5-5, 4-13, 3-24, 3-3, 2-9

 GOP Sees Arkansas' 2nd C.D. As An Opportunity (9-1-98)

 A Crowded Field In Massaschusetts's 8th C.D. (8-26-98)

 Republicans Upbeat About Indiana's 10th C.D. (8-10-98)

 'Carpetbagger' Label Could Hurt Maine Challenger (8-5-98)

 GOP Looks For A Beachhead In Massachusetts (7-28-98)

 A Surprising Challenger For Minnesota's Rep. Luther (7-20-98)

 Dems Target Rep. White In Washington's 1st C.D. (7-13-98)

 More Rothenberg reports for 1998
7-6, 6-30, 6-23, 6-15, 6-8, 6-2, 5-27, 5-19, 5-13, 5-7, 5-5, 4-29, 4-21, 4-13, 4-6, 3-30, 3-24, 3-16, 3-3, 2-24, 2-16, 2-9, 2-2, 1-29


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Colorado Primary Results -- Aug. 11, 1998

By Congressional Quarterly

 Candidate                                         Votes    %
    Hometown         Age Occupation
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** Nearly complete, unofficial returns

                           GOVERNOR

*Gail Schoettler (D)                              64,745  55.4%
    Parker           54  Lieutenant governor
 Mike Feeley (D)                                  52,025  44.6%
    Denver           44  State senator

*Bill Owens (R)                                   91,072  58.8%
    Denver           47  State treasurer
 Tom Norton (R)                                   63,718  41.2%
    Greeley          58  State senator


                            SENATE

*Dottie Lamm (D)                                  67,283  56.8%
    Denver           61  Former newspaper columnist
 Gil Romero (D)                                   51,153  43.2%
    Pueblo           45  State representative

*Ben Nighthorse Campbell (R)                     123,910  70.2%
    Ignacio          65  Incumbent
 William Eggert (R)                               52,572  29.8%
    Denver           58  Lawyer


                       HOUSE DISTRICT 1
                           (Denver)

*Diana DeGette (D)                                   Unopposed
    Denver           41  Incumbent

*Nancy McClanahan (R)                                Unopposed
    Denver           55  Homemaker


                       HOUSE DISTRICT 2
             (Northwest Denver suburbs; Boulder)

*Mark Udall (D)                                   11,860  44.6%
    Boulder          48  State representative
 Gene Nichol (D)                                   9,977  37.5%
    Boulder          47  Former law school dean
 Paul Weissmann (D)                                2,501   9.4%
    Louisville       34  Former state senator
 Dave Thomas (D)                                   2,246   8.4%
    Arvada           49  District attorney

*Bob Greenlee (R)                                 11,920  66.9%
    Boulder          57  Former mayor of Boulder
 Larry E. Johnson (R)                              5,899  33.1%
    Boulder          37  Lawyer


                       HOUSE DISTRICT 3
                   (Western Slope; Pueblo)

*Robert Reed Kelley (D)                              Unopposed
    Meeker           49  Rancher

*Scott McInnis (R)                                   Unopposed
    Grand Junction   45  Incumbent


                       HOUSE DISTRICT 4
          (North and east -- Fort Collins; Greeley)

*Susan Kirkpatrick (D)                               Unopposed
    Fort Collins     47  Former mayor of Fort Collins

*Bob Schaffer (R)                                    Unopposed
    Fort Collins     36  Incumbent


                       HOUSE DISTRICT 5
             (South Central -- Colorado Springs)

*Ken Alford (D)                                      Unopposed
    Colorado Springs 51  Business forms company order processor

*Joel Hefley (R)                                     Unopposed
    Colorado Springs 63  Incumbent


                       HOUSE DISTRICT 6
             (Denver suburbs -- Aurora; Lakewood)

*Henry L. Strauss (D)                                Unopposed
    Englewood        70  Real estate developer

*Tom Tancredo (R)                                  9,569  25.7%
    Golden           52  Former state representative
 Bill Schroeder (R)                                8,215  22.0%
    Morrison         54  State senator
 Martha Hill Kreutz (R)                            7,009  18.8%
    Littleton        55  State representative
 Sam Zakhem (R)                                    6,469  17.4%
    Lakewood         62  Former ambassador
 Barry Arrington (R)                               6,004  16.1%
    Arvada           36  State representative

* = Nominee

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