See how your neighbors voted on the big issues

Do you wonder how your neighborhood voted in the hottest races in the November general election?

We pulled precinct canvass results, posted Nov. 10 on the Snohomish County auditor’s Web page, and arranged them so you can see results in four key contests with a single query.

• Presidential election

• Governor

• Gay marriage

• Legalizing marijuana

First, look up your precinct

Unless you are a political wonk, you may not know which one you’re in. Click here to find it from the Snohomish County website. (Opens in a new window.) Mobile users, click here.

… then use the form below to find out how your precinct voted:

Note: Data is available for all but a handful of the county’s 756 precincts. The county holds back results in some small precincts to protect voter privacy. Data provided by the Snohomish County auditor’s office.

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