Buck takes resounding win to keep CD4 seat


In the race for the 4th Congressional District seat, incumbent Ken Buck won a third term on Nov. 6. The Republican garnered 62.6 percent of the vote compared to Democrat Karen McCormick's 37.4 percent.

Buck, a Windsor resident, was first elected to the U.S. House seat in 2014 after the incumbent, fellow Republican Cory Gardner, opted instead to launch a successful bid for U.S. Senate.

From 2005-14, Buck served as the district attorney for Weld County.

CD4 encompasses Castle Rock, Parker, Lone Tree, Elbert County and much of Colorado's eastern plains.


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