The mandatory recount, triggered because the margin between Boebert and her challenger was within 0.5 percent, “reconfirmed that Representative Lauren Boebert is the winner of the race,” the office of Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold said.
Boebert represents Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District.
A recount of a Colorado House race also showed that Marine veteran Robert Marshall, a Democrat, won.
“The mandatory recount for U.S. Congressional District 3 and permissive recount of House District 43 are complete and have confirmed the results of the races,” Griswold said in a statement.
“Colorado’s elections are safe, secure, and accurate,” she added. “I commend the election workers from across the state and my office for conducting these recounts and for their continued work to make Colorado the best place to cast a ballot.”
Boebert, 35, has not commented on the development, but shared posts on social media noting Griswold’s announcement.
Boebert said over the weekend that the recount confirmed her win.
“I am happy to report all the counties in Colorado’s 3rd District have completed their recounts. We’ve won this election, as expected, and I’m headed back to represent you in Washington, D.C.,” she said in a video.
Before the recount, Boebert led by 550 votes over Adam Frisch, the Democrat who was seeking to unseat her, out of about 327,000 cast.
The recount ended with Boebert losing three votes and Frisch gaining one.
The final count was 163,839 votes for Boebert and 163,293 votes for Frisch.
State Rep. Kurt Huffman, a Republican, and Marshall, who left the Republican Party in 2017 over disenchantment with former President Donald Trump, each lost a single vote.