Here are some results:
As of 8:23 The Rocky Mountain News has called Bill Ritter (D) the winner for Colorado's Governor.
It appears that Absentee Ballots have been counted first. From the looks of this the Colorado GOP may lose several more State House seats and at least three State Senate seats.
Early Numbers: as of 8:40.
SD-5 (Central Mountains) R-60 D-40 Republican Hold
SD-11 (Colorado Springs) R-40 D-60 Democrat Pickup
SD-21 (Lakewood) R-43.5 D-56.5 Democrat Hold
SD-22 (South-West Suburbs) R-52 D-48 This Doesn't look good for Kopp.
HD-23 (North Lakewood) R-45 D-55 Democrat Hold
HD-27 (Jefferson County) R-49 D-51 This Doesn't look good for Crane. Dem Pickup?
HD-29 (Westminister) R-47 D-53 Democrat Hold
HD-33 (Broomfield) R-44 D-56 Democrat Pickup
HD-38 (Arapahoe County) R-48 D-52 Democrat Pickup (in a GOP Seat)
HD-55: We had this race listed as leans GOP.
Currently it is 56.5% for Democrat Bernie Buescher, 43.5% for Republican Bob Caskey. 30% Reporting as of 8:00.
Governor: We had this race listed as Likely Dem.
Curretly it is Bill Ritter (D) 57.5% and Bob Beauprez (R) with 39.5%.
Less than 1% Reporting as of 8:15.
State Treasurer: We had this race listed as leans Dem.
Currently it is 50.6% for Democrat Cary Kennedy, 49.4% for Republican Mark Hillman. Less than 1% Reporting as of 8:00.
Secretary of State: We had this race listed as Toss Up.
Currently it is 46.5% for Democrat Ken Gordon, 53.5% for Republican Mike Coffman. Less than 1% Reporting as of 8:10.
Attorney General: We had this race listed as Likely GOP.
Currently it is 42.9% for Democrat Fern O'Brien, 53.8% for Republican John Suthers. Less than 1% Reporting as of 8:10.