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  Broomfield
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 Broomfield 
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% Of Total VotesOfficeBroomfield WinnerYrBroomfield Votes% of Sub% Vs. Full Race
1.35% Governor   John Hickenlooper 14 14,026 51.03% +1.74%
1.35% Secretary of State   Joseph D. Neguse 14 12,491 46.80% +1.82%
1.37% Treasurer   Walker Stapleton 14 13,354 49.68% -0.19%
1.36% Attorney General   Cynthia Coffman 14 13,025 49.08% -2.35%
1.25% President   Barack Obama 12 16,653 51.75% +0.26%
1.35% Senate Class II   Mark Udall 14 13,242 48.18% +1.92%
1.28% Senate Class III   Michael Bennet 10 11,034 48.73% +0.68%
7.82% CO - District 02   Jared Polis 14 13,486 50.41% -5.82%
1.36% 067: Fetal Personhood   No 14 18,465 67.83% +2.96%
1.19% Domestic Partnerships   Yes 06 9,446 51.30% +3.65%
1.19% Gay Marriage   Yes 06 9,723 52.44% -2.58%
1.28% Health Care   No 10 11,472 52.68% -0.42%
1.29% Legalize Marijuana   Yes 12 17,092 53.14% -2.19%
1.35% State Personnel System   Yes 12 16,519 56.55% +0.43%
1.20% Term Length   No 06 10,012 55.41% -1.68%

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Parents > United States > Colorado > Counties  
Established November 15, 2001
Disbanded Still Active
ContributorWishful Thinking
Last ModifiedUser 13 March 23, 2005 09:06pm
DescriptionBroomfield’s 1998 estimated population is 36,790. The City and County of Broomfield spans nearly 27.5 square miles with 3,340 developed acres containing 82 percent of the platted units.

Prior to its formation as Colorado's 64th County, Broomfield made history as the only city in the state to lie in portions of four counties. Problems and confusion in accessing services prompted residents to seek relief in a constitutional amendment creating a City and County of Broomfield. The amendment passed on November 3, 1998, giving the city a three-year transition period in which to organize to become Colorado’s 64th county. The state’s newest county -- The City and County of Broomfield -- officially took effect on November 15, 2001.
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Date Category Headline Article Contributor
Oct 20, 2005 04:00pm Scandal Mayor, foe fight over old 'affair'  Article Thomas Walker 
Jun 06, 2002 09:00pm Press Release Governor Owens Recognized for Assistance in Formation of Broomfield City and County  Article User 13 

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