6th Congressional District

Rep. Jason Crow
U.S. House of Representatives

Military service is one thing freshman congressman Jason Crow shares with Mike Coffman, the Republican he ousted in last year's election.

KUNC's Michael de Yoanna spoke with Rep. Crow, a Democrat who represents Colorado's 6th District east of Denver, about everything from an effort to make military bases greener to his party's push against dark money in politics.

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All of Colorado’s seven U. S. congresspeople are up for reelection on Nov. 6, but there’s one race that’s dominating the political landscape: Democrat Jason Crow is challenging incumbent Republican Mike Coffman in the 6th Congressional District in East Denver and Aurora.

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Election Night brought plenty of drama to races at the top of the ticket with Republican Cory Gardner upsetting Democratic incumbent Mark Udall. But further down the ticket, races for the U.S. House of Representatives brought few surprises.

Election 2014: Colorado U.S. House Results

Nov 4, 2014
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Results for the Colorado races for the U.S. House. Polls in Colorado close at 7 p.m. MST, results will be gathered here.


Sixth District Congressman Mike Coffman (R) already has a Democratic challenger for his reelection bid in 2014. Former statehouse speaker and one time Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff officially entered the race over the weekend.

VIDEO: Colorado State of Mind's District 6 Candidate Forum

Nov 2, 2012

A debate between candidates for U.S. Congress from District 6 -- incumbent Mike Coffman (R) and Joe Miklosi (D).

Coffman - U.S. House, Miklosi - Colorado House Democrats

For the 6th Congressional district, the big game changer is Aurora. In redistricting, the new boundaries take out a big chunk of Republican Douglas county to the south and replaced it with the more working class and Democratic north Aurora.