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  Fremont
County Government
  Assessor  Stacey Seifert 1 18 +100.00%
  Clerk and Recorder  Justin D. Grantham 1 18 +100.00%
  Coroner  Randy V. Keller 1 18 +100.00%
  Sheriff  Allen Cooper 1 18 +37.19%
 Surveyor   
  Treasurer  Kathy Elliott 1 18 +100.00%
County Commission
  Board of Commissioners District 1  Tim Payne 1 16 +100.00%
  Board of Commissioners District 2  Debbie Bell 1 18 +100.00%
  Board of Commissioners District 3  Dwayne McFall 1 16 +100.00%
City
 Adelaide   
 Brookside  212
 Buckskin Joe   
 Canon City  15,889
 Coal Creek  355
 Coaldale   
 Concrete   
 Cotopaxi   
 East Canon   
 Echo   
 Fink   
 Florence  3,625
 Galena   
 Hillside   
 Howard   
 Lincoln Park   
 Orchard Park   
 Park Center   
 Penrose   
 Pleasanton   
 Portland   
 Prospect Heights   
 Rockvale  436
 Sample   
 Sikes   
 Sunset City   
 Texas Creek   
 Vallie   
 Wellsville   
 Whitehorn   
 Williamsburg  758
 Yorkville   
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 Colorado Springs-Pueblo, CO   

Sub-Races
% Of Total VotesOfficeFremont WinnerYrFremont Votes% of Sub% Vs. Full Race
0.78% Governor   Walker Stapleton 18 12,574 64.22% +21.41%
0.78% Secretary of State   Wayne W. Williams 18 12,406 64.07% +19.39%
0.78% Treasurer   Brian Watson 18 12,721 66.02% +21.09%
0.78% Attorney General   George Brauchler 18 12,969 66.92% +21.78%
0.79% President   Donald Trump 16 15,122 68.82% +25.57%
0.84% Senate Class II   Cory Gardner 14 11,057 64.39% +16.18%
0.80% Senate Class III   Darryl Glenn 16 14,154 64.47% +20.17%
6.04% CO - District 05   Doug Lamborn 18 12,752 65.39% +8.37%
9.00% CO House 47   Don Bendell 18 1,988 68.29% +18.79%
41.61% CO House 60   James D. "Jim" Wilson 18 10,726 65.70% +5.89%
29.47% CO Senate 02   Dennis Hisey 18 13,228 68.93% +3.61%
0.85% 067: Fetal Personhood   Yes 14 8,698 51.19% +16.06%
0.85% 105: Label Genetically Modified Food   No 14 12,089 70.43% +4.96%
0.80% Amendment 70   No 16 12,462 56.80% +12.16%
0.80% Amendment 72   No 16 15,584 70.99% +17.94%
0.91% Domestic Partnerships   No 06 9,800 70.26% +17.91%
0.90% Gay Marriage   Yes 06 9,945 70.77% +15.75%
0.91% Health Care   Yes 10 9,121 58.75% +11.85%
0.81% Legalize Marijuana   No 12 10,311 51.24% +6.56%
0.80% Proposition 108   No 16 10,972 51.91% +5.18%
0.77% Proposition 112 (Statutory)   No 18 12,377 64.72% +9.60%
0.87% State Personnel System   No 12 10,003 53.39% +9.51%
0.91% Term Length   No 06 6,910 50.03% -7.06%

County DETAILS
Parents > United States > Colorado > Counties  
Websitehttps://www.fremontco.com
Established November 01, 1861
Disbanded Still Active
ContributorRP
Last ModifiedBrentinCO August 16, 2019 06:54pm
Description The Arkansas River comes rushing out of the Rocky Mountains onto the Great Plains through Fremont County. The river’s course was the route followed by a host of early explorers, trappers and mountain men including Zebulon Pike in 1806 and the County’s namesake John C. Fremont in several expeditions during the 1840s. Located 30 miles southwest of Pikes Peak, notable dinosaur fossil discoveries have been made here since the 1870s as well as some of the earliest vertebrate fossils known to science. Wide-ranging geologic sites provide examples of numerous eras in earth history and processes that shaped our planet, as well as a rich assortment of minerals.

Established in 1861 as one of the original 17 counties in the Colorado Territory, the state’s earliest orchards, cattle ranches and oil wells were in Fremont County which was also the site in 1871 of the Territorial Prison. Often referred to as Colorado’s Banana Belt or Climate Capital due to its relatively mild winter climate and abundant sunshine, early-day mine owners from Leadville and Cripple Creek escaped colder, harsher conditions at 10,000’ high mining camps here. Cañon City and Florence, at an elevation of 5,400’, were the last places that wagon loads of goods could easily reach and they became important support centers for mining areas.

Mine owners brought their wealth and built homes here in while investing in real estate and agricultural enterprises along with successful merchants. The resulting magnificent homes and commercial buildings remain today. These historic downtowns date back to the 1870s and residential districts display late 1800s and early 1900s architectural styles that offer insight into post-Civil War development in the west, as do railroad stations, churches and school buildings.

Beyond nostalgia, orchards and farms in the Penrose area and eastern Fremont County, as well as grass-fed beef from the western part of the county, delight the palates of today’s visitors with locally produced food and authentic heritage experiences. In late spring and summer, Farmer’s Markets in Cañon City, Florence and Cotopaxi offer fresh produce, bread and homemade specialties for all tastes. Fall brings harvest festivals, apple cider, wine tastings, pumpkin patches and corn mazes. Specialty shops and restaurants make locally produced food items and craft brews year ‘round. Antique shops abound.

Fremont County’s rich history and varied heritage experiences are easily accessible to Front Range residents and visitors. Cañon City and Florence are conveniently located in south-central Colorado just west of the I-25 corridor, 45 minutes southwest of Colorado Springs via highway 115, and just 30 minutes west of Pueblo on US-50; with access from the north provided by CO-9. The Heritage Tourism experiences available in Fremont County are ideally matched with Gold Medal fishing for the outdoor enthusiast, world class rafting for the adventure seeker and the 1,000’ high Royal Gorge Bridge and park for sightseers.
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