Updated election results for Snohomish County and Washington

Here are the returns for contested races and ballot measures — and links to official election websites.

EVERETT — Unofficial results of the general election of Nov. 6, 2018, for Snohomish and Island counties and the state of Washington as of Friday, Nov. 16, 2018. Results are to be certified by counties on Nov. 27 and by the secretary of state on Dec. 6. Official numbers are likely to be different by then, but the outcomes are not expected to change.

Excluded are uncontested races and advisory ballot measures.

Results for multi-county jurisdictions include both counties. For Snohomish County races, percentages are calculated to account for write-in votes.

Party preference abbreviations: (D) Democrat; (I) Independent; (L) Libertarian; (R) Republican.

Results on this page:

Official government results pages are here.

U.S. Congress

U.S. Senate

Maria Cantwell (D) 1,781,486 58.48%
Susan Hutchison (R) 1,264,791 41.52%

U.S House of Representatives

District 1

Suzan DelBene (D) 196,271 59.26%
Jeffrey Beeler (R) 134,949 40.74%

U.S House of Representatives

District 2

Rick Larsen (D) 208,741 71.33%
Brian Luke (L) 83,893 28.67%

U.S House of Representatives

District 7

Pramila Jayapal (D) 328,826 83.55%
Craig Keller (R) 64,729 16.45%

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State ballot measures

Initiative 1631

Fee on carbon emissions

Yes 1,323,427 43.45%
No 1,722,191 56.55%

Initiative 1634

Prohibition of local sales tax on grocery items

Yes 1,691,792 55.77%
No 1,341,581 44.23%

Initiative 1639

Firearms safety requirements

Yes 1,817,303 59.43%
No 1,240,811 40.57%

Initiative 940

Law enforcement training

Yes 1,810,365 59.60%
No 1,227,387 40.40%

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Legislature

District 1

Representative

Derek Stanford (D) 47,711 69.57%
Josh Colver (R) 20,865 30.43%

Representative

Shelley Kloba (D) 43,414 63.38%
Debra Blodgett (R) 25,086 36.62%

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District 10

Representative

Scott McMullen (D) 34,264 47.76%
Norma Smith (R) 37,483 52.24%

Representative

Dave Paul (D) 36,004 50.39%
Dave Hayes (R) 35,444 49.61%

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District 21

Senator

Marko Liias (D) 37,426 63.02%
Mario Lionel Lotmore (R) 21,823 36.74%

Representative

Strom Peterson (D) 38,866 65.65%
Amy Schaper (R) 20,237 34.19%

Representative

Lillian Ortiz-Self (D) 38,492 65.30%
Petra Bigea (R) 20,363 34.55%

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District 32

Senator

Jesse Salomon (D) 40,794 69.16%
Maralyn Chase (D) 18,190 30.84%

Representative

Cindy Ryu (D) 49,265 75.89%
Diodato (Dio) Boucsieguez (R) 15,652 24.11%

Representative

Lauren Davis (D) 48,054 74.30%
Frank Deisler (R) 16,620 25.70%

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District 38

Senator

John McCoy (D) 29,491 59.62%
Savio Pham (R) 19,795 40.02%

Representative

June Robinson (D) 29,314 61.02%
Bert Johnson (I) 18,409 38.32%

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District 39

Senator

Claus Joens (D) 24,180 41.05%
Keith L. Wagoner (R) 34,730 58.95%

Representative

Ivan Lewis (D) 25,490 43.44%
Robert J. Sutherland (R) 33,182 56.56%

Representative

Carolyn Eslick (R) 34,027 58.11%
Eric Halvorson (D) 24,532 41.89%

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District 44

Senator

Steve Hobbs (D) 37,558 56.06%
Doug Roulstone (R) 29,345 43.80%

Representative

John Lovick (D) 38,090 56.99%
Jeff Sax (R) 28,635 42.85%

Representative

Jared M. Mead (D) 34,780 52.16%
Mark Harmsworth (R) 31,801 47.69%

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State Supreme Court

Justice Position 8

Nathan Choi 798,369 32.38%
Steve Gonzales 1,666,908 67.62%

Cascade District Court

Judge Position 1

Kristen Olbrechts 15,254 46.36%
Jennifer Rancourt 17,299 52.58%

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Snohomish County

Proposition 1

911 communications system tax

Approved 170,013 54.20%
Rejected 143,663 45.80%

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Snohomish County PUD

Public utility district

Commissioner, District 1

Sidney (Sid) Logan 162,229 58.82%
Mary Rollins 113,554 41.18%

Commissioner, District 2

Rebecca Wolfe 141,813 51.29%
David Chan 134,695 48.71%

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City of Everett

City Council

Position 4

Tyler Rourke 14,782 48.28%
Liz Vogeli 15,597 50.94%

Proposition 1

City Council districts

Approved 18,272 55.91%
Rejected 14,408 44.09%

Proposition 2

City Council districts

5 districts, 2 citywide 16,689 53.44%
4 districts, 3 citywide 14,541 46.56%

Proposition 3

Emergency medical services property tax

Approved 17,954 52.79%
Rejected 16,055 47.21%

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City of Bothell

Proposition 1

Public safety levy lid lift

Yes 11,937 60.05%
No 7,941 39.95%

Proposition 2

Fire station bonds

Yes 12,790 64.51%
No 7,035 35.49%

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City of Stanwood

Proposition 1

Fire and emergency medical annexation

Yes 2,296 83.37%
No 458 16.63%

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Arlington School District

Proposition 1

Construction and renovation bonds

Approved 7,371 51.99%
Rejected 6,807 48.01%

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Fire District 15

Proposition 1

Fire and emergency medical property tax

Approved 1,361 66.00%
Rejected 701 34.00%

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Island County

Commissioner

District 3

Rick Hannold (R) 19,316 47.16%
Janet St. Clair (D) 21,644 52.84%

Sheriff

Rick Felici (R) 20,612 57.86%
Lane K. Campbell (R) 15,011 42.14%

North Whidbey parks and recreation

Maintenance and operations levy

Yes 9,064 63.93%
No 5,115 36.07%

Washington Court of Appeals

Judge, Division 1

Tom SeGuine 87,290 48.08%
Cecily Hazelrigg-Hernandez 94,272 51.92%

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