Steamboat Springs morning roundup for Wednesday, Nov. 7

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Election results

Routt County voters turned up at the polls in large numbers in a presidential election year.

Statewide races

Colorado voters support Obama for a 2nd term

Colorado legalizes marijuana with Amendment 64

• Colorado voters press for campaign finance spending limits with Amendment 65

Colorado voters approve changes to personnel system

Regional races

Diane Mitsch Bush beats Chuck McConnell in House District 26

• Scott Tipton beats Sal Pace in 3rd Congressional District

• Randy Baumgardner beats Emily Tracy in Senate District 8

Routt County races

Tim Corrigan beats Jim "Moose" Barrows in Routt County Commissioner District 1 seat

• Doug Monger beats Tina Kyprios in Routt County Commissioner District 2 seat

Local news

• The U.S. Nordic combined team is gearing up for the 2012-12 season. The team leaves for Norway Nov. 17. Steamboat-led U.S. Nordic combined team gears up for new season

• A wildfire between Yampa and Phippsburg temporarily closed Colorado Highway 131 on Tuesday afternoon. Colo. 131 now open after wildfire extinguished

• Cattlemen's Land Trust Executive Director Chris West said the recent marriage of staffer Megan Manner to South Routt rancher Tyler Knott was a contributing factor in the decision to open an office here. Colorado Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust chooses Steamboat for first satellite office

The Record for Nov. 5, 2012

Steamboat briefs: Child care is free at Old Town Hot Springs on Wednesday

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