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Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-Colo.)

  • District: 5th District, South central -- Colorado Springs
  • Residence: Colorado Springs
  • Born: May 24, 1954; Leavenworth, Kan.
  • Religion: Christian
  • Family: Wife, Jeanie Lamborn; five children
  • Education: U. of Kansas, B.S. 1978 (journalism); U. of Kansas, J.D. 1985
  • Military Service: None
  • Political Highlights: Republican nominee for Kan. House, 1982; Colo. House, 1995-98; Colo. Senate, 1998-2007 (president pro tempore, 1999-2000); U.S. House, 2007-present
  • Elected: Elected: 2006 (4th term)
  • Committee Assignments: Armed Services (Readiness; Strategic Forces); Natural Resources (Energy & Mineral Resources - Chairman; Public Lands and Environmental Regulation); Veterans' Affairs (Disability Assistance & Memorial Affairs; Oversight & Investigations)
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State Information: 5th District, South central -- Colorado Springs

Election History
Year Election Candidate Votes Percent
2012 general Doug Lamborn (R) 199,639 65%
Dave Anderson (NPA) 53,318 17.4%
Jim Pirtle (LIBERT) 22,778 7.4%
Misha Luzov (GREEN) 18,284 6%
Kenneth Harvell (AC) 13,212 4.3%
2010 general Doug Lamborn (R) 152,829 65.8%
Kevin Bradley (D) 68,039 29.3%
Brian Scott (AC) 5,886 2.5%
Jerell Klaver (LIBERT) 5,680 2.4%
2008 general Doug Lamborn (R) 183,178 60%
Hal Bidlack (D) 113,025 37%
Brian Scott (AC) 8,894 2.9%
write-in (Write-In) 45 0%
2006 general Doug Lamborn (R) 123,264 59.6%
Jay Fawcett (D) 83,431 40.3%
write-ins (Write-In) 61 0%
Vote For President
Year Democrat Republican Independent
2012 Barack Obama: 38% Mitt Romney: 59%
2008 Barack Obama: 40% John McCain: 59%

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