Coffman Keeps Seat In 6th Congressional District

November 5, 2014 6:54 AM

Coffman Keeps Seat In 6th Congressional District
" AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)- Republican Rep. Mike Coffman kept his seat in the 6th Congressional District against Democratic challenger Andrew Romanoff despite a major revamp of the district’s boundaries.

It was one of the most competitive U.S. House races and the most expensive in state history.

(credit: CBS)

Coffman took the podium at the Republican watch party for his acceptance speech just before 8 p.m. Tuesday.

“My thanks to the voters for allowing me to continue to serve our nation in the United States House of Representatives where I will serve with the same honor and integrity that I served as a soldier in the United States Army and an officer in the United States Marine Corps,” said Coffman.

Rep. Mike Coffman delivers his acceptance speech. (credit: CBS)

“To those of you who supported me in what began as the most competitive House race in the country, thank you, thank you. To those who did not support to me, I pledge to listen to your concerns and do what I can to bridge the partisan divide that has plagued Washington, D.C. and polarized this nation "

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