Colorado Presidential Election Result By County by state by district by party list of counties Population area code Result History Seat Density FIPS Code Voter statistics

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Find Latest Colorado  Presidential Election Result By County by state by district by party list of counties Population area code Result History Seat Density FIPS Code Voter statistics

The U.S state of Colorado is divided into 64 counties. Counties are important units of government in Colorado since the state has no secondary civil subdivisions, such as townships. Two of these counties, the City and County of Denver and the City and County of Broomfield, have consolidated city and county governments.

Colorado  Presidential Election Result By County state district party

County FIPS County Code County seat Established Formed from Population Area
Adams County 1 Brighton 15-11-1902 Split fromArapahoe County. 4,41,603 1,182.29 sq mi
Alamosa County 3 Alamosa 08-03-1913 Split fromCostilla County andConejos County. 15,445 723.21 sq mi
Arapahoe County 5 Littleton 1861-11-01 Created as one of the 17 original counties of the Territory of Colorado. Renamed South Arapahoe County for the five months from November 15, 1902 to April 11, 1903. 5,72,003 804.41 sq mi
Archuleta County 7 Pagosa Springs 1885-04-14 Split fromConejos County. 12,084 1,354.53 sq mi
Baca County 9 Springfield 1889-04-16 Split from Las Animas County. 3,788 2,558.48 sq mi
Bent County 11 Las Animas 1870-02-11 Split fromHuerfano County and former Cheyenne and Arapaho tribal land. 6,499 1,541.07 sq mi
Boulder County 13 Boulder 1861-11-01 Created as one of the 17 original counties of the Territory of Colorado. 2,94,567 740.48 sq mi
City and County of Broomfield 14 Broomfield 15-11-2001 Split fromBoulder,Adams,Jefferson, and Weldcounties and reorganized as aconsolidated city and county. 55,889 33.57 sq mi
Chaffee County 15 Salida 1879-02-10 Split fromCarbonate County. 17,809 1,014.12 sq mi
Cheyenne County 17 Cheyenne Wells 1889-03-25 Split fromElbert andBentcounties. 1,836 1,781.90 sq mi
Clear Creek County 19 Georgetown 1861-11-01 Created as one of the 17 original counties of the Territory of Colorado. 9,088 396.53 sq mi
Conejos County 21 Conejos 1861-11-01 Guadalupe County, one of the 17 original counties of the Territory of Colorado, was renamedConejos County after six days on November 7, 1861. 8,256 1,290.22 sq mi
Costilla County 23 San Luis 1861-11-01 Created as one of the 17 original counties of the Territory of Colorado. 3,524 1,229.38 sq mi
Crowley County 25 Ordway 29-05-1911 Split fromOtero County. 5,823 800.27 sq mi
Custer County 27 Westcliffe 1877-03-09 Split fromFremont County. 4,255 739.24 sq mi
Delta County 29 Delta 1883-02-11 Split fromGunnison County. 30,952 1,149.44 sq mi
City and County of Denver 31 Denver 15-11-1902 The originalArapahoeCounty Seatwas split fromArapahoe County and reorganized as aconsolidated city and county. 6,00,158 155.66 sq mi
Dolores County 33 Dove Creek 1881-03-04 Split fromOuray County. 2,064 1,076.93 sq mi
Douglas County 35 Castle Rock 1861-11-01 Created as one of the 17 original counties of the Territory of Colorado. 2,85,465 842.30 sq mi
Eagle County 37 Eagle 1883-02-11 Split fromSummit County. 52,197 1,700.76 sq mi
El Paso County 41 Colorado Springs 1861-11-01 Created as one of the 17 original counties of the Territory of Colorado. 6,22,263 2,128.60 sq mi
Elbert County 39 Kiowa 1874-02-02 Split fromDouglas County. 23,086 1,849.08 sq mi
Fremont County 43 Cañon City 1861-11-01 Created as one of the 17 original counties of the Territory of Colorado. 46,824 1,533.09 sq mi
Garfield County 45 Glenwood Springs 1883-02-10 Split fromSummit County. 56,389 2,958.23 sq mi
Gilpin County 47 Central City 1861-11-01 Created as one of the 17 original counties of the Territory of Colorado. 5,441 150.15 sq mi
Grand County 49 Hot Sulphur Springs 1874-02-02 Split fromSummit County. 14,843 1,868.53 sq mi
Gunnison County 51 Gunnison 1877-03-09 Split fromLake County. 15,324 3,259.22 sq mi
Hinsdale County 53 Lake City 1874-02-10 Split fromLake,Conejos, andCostillacounties. 843 1,123.35 sq mi
Huerfano County 55 Walsenburg 1861-11-01 Created as one of the 17 original counties of the Territory of Colorado. 6,711 1,592.37 sq mi
Jackson County 57 Walden 05-05-1909 Split fromLarimer County. 1,394 1,619.75 sq mi
Jefferson County 59 Golden 1861-11-01 Created as one of the 17 original counties of the Territory of Colorado. 5,34,543 772.85 sq mi
Kiowa County 61 Eads 1889-04-11 Split fromBent County. 1,398 1,785.90 sq mi
Kit Carson County 63 Burlington 1889-04-11 Split fromElbert County. 8,270 2,162.43 sq mi
La Plata County 67 Durango 1874-02-10 Split fromLake andConejoscounties. 51,334 1,700.44 sq mi
Lake County 65 Leadville 1861-11-01 Created as one of the 17 original counties of the Territory of Colorado. RenamedCarbonate County for the two days from February 8–10, 1879. 7,310 383.55 sq mi
Larimer County 69 Fort Collins 1861-11-01 Created as one of the 17 original counties of the Territory of Colorado. 2,99,630 2,631.75 sq mi
Las Animas County 71 Trinidad 1866-02-09 Split fromHuerfano County. 15,507 4,773.27 sq mi
Lincoln County 73 Hugo 1889-04-11 Split fromElbert andBentcounties. 5,467 2,585.21 sq mi
Logan County 75 Sterling 1887-02-25 Split fromWeld County. 22,709 1,845.31 sq mi
Mesa County 77 Grand Junction 1883-02-14 Split fromGunnison County. 1,46,723 3,345.69 sq mi
Mineral County 79 Creede 1893-03-27 Split fromHinsdaleRio Grande, andSaguachecounties. 712 878.16 sq mi
Moffat County 81 Craig 27-02-1911 Split fromRoutt County. 13,795 4,755.86 sq mi
Montezuma County 83 Cortez 1889-04-16 Split from La Plata County. 25,535 2,035.80 sq mi
Montrose County 85 Montrose 1883-02-11 Split fromGunnison County. 41,276 2,246.43 sq mi
Morgan County 87 Fort Morgan 1889-02-19 Split fromWeld County. 28,159 1,293.83 sq mi
Otero County 89 La Junta 1889-03-25 Split fromBent County. 18,831 1,267.66 sq mi
Ouray County 91 Ouray 1877-01-18 Split fromHinsdale andLakecounties. RenamedUncompaghre County for four days from 1883-02-27, to 1883-03-02. 4,436 542.30 sq mi
Park County 93 Fairplay 1861-11-01 Created as one of the 17 original counties of the Territory of Colorado. 16,206 2,209.36 sq mi
Phillips County 95 Holyoke 1889-03-27 Split fromLogan County. 4,442 688.30 sq mi
Pitkin County 97 Aspen 1881-02-23 Split fromGunnison County. 17,148 970.37 sq mi
Prowers County 99 Lamar 1889-04-11 Split fromBent County. 12,551 1,645.37 sq mi
Pueblo County 101 Pueblo 1861-11-01 Created as one of the 17 original counties of the Territory of Colorado. 1,59,063 2,396.77 sq mi
Rio Blanco County 103 Meeker 1889-03-25 Split fromGarfield County. 6,666 3,226.24 sq mi
Rio Grande County 105 Del Norte 1874-02-10 Split fromCostilla County andConejos Countycounties. 11,982 913.10 sq mi
Routt County 107 Steamboat Springs 1877-01-29 Split fromGrand County. 23,509 2,362.11 sq mi
Saguache County 109 Saguache 1866-12-29 Split fromLake andCostillacounties. 6,108 3,168.32 sq mi
San Juan County 111 Silverton 1876-01-31 Split fromLake County. 699 388.99 sq mi
San Miguel County 113 Telluride 1883-03-02 Split from San Juan County. 7,359 1,290.76 sq mi
Sedgwick County 115 Julesburg 1889-04-09 Split fromLogan County. 2,379 548.83 sq mi
Summit County 117 Breckenridge 1861-11-01 Created as one of the 17 original counties of the Territory of Colorado. 27,994 618.92 sq mi
Teller County 119 Cripple Creek 1899-03-23 Split from El Paso andFremontcounties. 23,350 558.58 sq mi
Washington County 121 Akron 1887-02-09 Split fromWeld County. 4,814 2,522.90 sq mi
Weld County 123 Greeley 1861-11-01 Created as one of the 17 original counties of the Territory of Colorado. 2,52,825 4,013.84 sq mi
Yuma County 125 Wray 1889-03-15 Split fromWashington County. 10,043 2,369.61 sq mi
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