ELECTION: District 4 incumbent Buck keeps seat

Incumbent Rep. Ken Buck has kept his U.S. Congressional District 4 seat, with 62 percent of the vote.

Republican Buck’s opponent, Democrat Karen McCormick, had 111,339 votes, or 38 percent. Buck had 181,670 votes, or 62 percent, according to the Colorado Secretary of State, with all 22 counties in the district reporting.

District 4 covers eastern Colorado and includes Greeley, Longmont, Castle Rock and Parker.

Buck has had his seat since 2015. Prior to being a U.S. representative, he was District Attorney for Weld County and unsuccessfully challenged Michael Bennet for his Senate seat in 2010. McCormick is a veterinarian and longtime Colorado resident.

Incumbent Rep. Ken Buck has kept his U.S. Congressional District 4 seat, with 62 percent of the vote.

Republican Buck’s opponent, Democrat Karen McCormick, had 111,339 votes, or 38 percent. Buck had 181,670 votes, or 62 percent, according to the Colorado Secretary of State, with all 22 counties in the district reporting.

District 4 covers eastern Colorado and includes Greeley, Longmont, Castle Rock and Parker.

Buck has had his seat since 2015. Prior to being a U.S. representative, he was District Attorney for Weld County and unsuccessfully challenged Michael Bennet for his Senate seat in 2010. McCormick is a veterinarian and longtime Colorado resident.