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Last updated Sep. 08, 2014

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Rep. Mike Coffman (R-Colo.)

District: 6th District
Political Highlights: candidate for Aurora City Council, 1985; Colo. House, 1989-94; Colo. Senate, 1994-98; Colo. treasurer, 1999-2007; Colo. secretary of state, 2007-08; U.S. House of Representatives, 2009-present
Born: March 19, 1955; Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.
Residence: Aurora
Religion: United Methodist
Family: Wife, Cynthia Coffman
Education: U. of Colorado, B.A. 1979
Military Service: Army, 1972-74; Army Reserve, 1975-79; Marine Corps, 1979-83; Marine Corps Reserve, 1983-94; Marine Corps Reserve, 2005-06
Start of Service: Elected: 2008 (4th term)
Committee Assignments: Armed Services (Military Personnel; Strategic Forces); Veterans' Affairs (Health; Oversight & Investigations - Chairman)

Election History
2014generalMike Coffman (R) 143,46751.9
Andrew Romanoff (D) 118,84743.0
Norm Olsen (LIBERT) 8,6233.1
Gary Swing (GREEN) 5,5032.0
2012generalMike Coffman (R) 163,93847.8
Joe Miklosi (D) 156,93745.8
Kathy Polhemus (UNA) 13,4423.9
Patrick Provost (LIBERT) 8,5972.5
2010generalMike Coffman (R) 217,36865.7
John Flerlage (D) 104,10431.5
Rob McNealy (LIBERT) 9,4662.9
2008generalMike Coffman (R) 250,87760.7
Hank Eng (D) 162,64139.3
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Colorado is 39th on Roll Call's Clout Index, which measures influence in Congress by state.


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