Tuesday, November 6, 2012 at 11:09 pm (Updated: November 7, 7:27 am)
Republican Justin Everett convincingly won the election for state representative from House District 22 against Democrat Mary Parker with 22,698 votes, or 53 percent. Parker, a political newcomer, garnered 18,867 votes in the Republican dominated district.
A South Jeffco native and former president of CoHOPE, Everett launched the campaign season by winning a tough primary against Republican Loren Bauman.
Parker came on strong with an energetic campaign, experience as a small-business owner, volunteer experience and a working mom.
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