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Colorado

The state of Colorado has two senators in the United States Senate and seven representatives in the United States House of Representatives.

Senators

Each state in the United States elects two senators, regardless of the state’s population. Senators serve six-year terms with staggered elections. Americans in the United States’s six territories do not have senators.

Colorado’s senators are:

Michael Bennet
Senior Senator

Michael Bennet

Democrat
Since Jan 22, 2009
Next Election in 2022
Cory Gardner
Junior Senator

Cory Gardner

Republican
Since Jan 6, 2015
Next Election in 2020

Representatives

The United States is divided into 435 congressional districts, each with a population of about 710,000 individuals. Each district elects a representative to the House of Representatives for a two-year term. Representatives are also called congressmen/congresswomen. Americans in the United States’s six territories are represented in the House of Representatives by an additional six non-voting delegates.

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Colorado’s seven representatives are:

Diana DeGette
1st District

Diana DeGette

Democrat
Since Jan 7, 1997
(Current term ends Jan 3, 2019)
Jared Polis
2nd District

Jared Polis

Democrat
Since Jan 6, 2009
(Current term ends Jan 3, 2019)
Scott Tipton
3rd District

Scott Tipton

Republican
Since Jan 5, 2011
(Current term ends Jan 3, 2019)
Ken Buck
4th District

Ken Buck

Republican
Since Jan 6, 2015
(Current term ends Jan 3, 2019)
Doug Lamborn
5th District

Doug Lamborn

Republican
Since Jan 4, 2007
(Current term ends Jan 3, 2019)
Mike Coffman
6th District

Mike Coffman

Republican
Since Jan 6, 2009
(Current term ends Jan 3, 2019)
Ed Perlmutter
7th District

Ed Perlmutter

Democrat
Since Jan 4, 2007
(Current term ends Jan 3, 2019)

Map of Congressional Districts