Updated 2019 general election results for Snohomish County

Returns for contested races and ballot measures, updated daily as mail-in votes are counted.

Results for contested races in the mail-in general election of Nov. 5, 2019, for Washington and Snohomish County as of 5:25 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13.

Results for the city of Bothell and other multi-county jurisdictions include Snohomish and the other county.

Percentages might not add up to 100 due to write-in votes.

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State of Washington

Referendum 88

Regarding affirmative-action I-1000

Approved 927,585 49.53%
Rejected 945,220 50.47%

Initiative 976

Repeal certain vehicle taxes and fees

Yes 1,026,663 53.03%
No 909,398 46.97%

Senate Joint Resolution 8200

Catastrophe constitutional amendment

Approved 1,216,406 65.20%
Rejected 649,110 34.80%

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Snohomish County

Advisory Proposition 1

Fireworks prohibition

Yes 108,908 56.35%
No 84,367 43.65%

County Council District 2

Anna Rohrbough (R) 14,429 45.02%
Megan Dunn (D) 17,545 54.75%

County Council District 3

Stephanie Wright (D) 28,095 81.57%
Willie Russell (I) 6,026 17.50%

Auditor

Garth Fell 86,021 51.03%
Cindy Gobel 81,699 48.47%

Sheriff

Ty Trenary 77,935 44.21%
Adam Fortney 97,645 55.39%

Treasurer

Rob Toyer 84,845 49.42%
Brian Sullivan 86,064 50.13%

Superior Court judge 7

Anna Alexander 86,342 51.03%
Edirin Okoloko 82,005 48.47%

Superior Court judge 14

Paul W. Thompson 89,919 54.95%
Cassandra Lopez-Shaw 72,886 44.54%

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Port of Everett

Commissioner District 1

David Simpson 10,535 50.81%
Bruce Fingarson 10,053 48.48%

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City of Arlington

Mayor

Barb Tolbert 2,182 50.25%
Don Vanney Jr. 2,147 49.45%

City Council Position 4

Sue Weiss 1,720 43.28%
Michele Blythe 2,224 55.96%

Proposition 1

Advisory vote on fireworks ban

Yes 2,290 50.72%
No 2,225 49.28%

 

City of Bothell

City Council Position 2

Mason Thompson 5,741 49.78%
Leigh Henderson 5,765 49.99%

City Council Position 4

Matt Seymour 3,257 29.45%
James G. McNeal 7,760 70.17%

City Council Position 6

Davina Duerr 8,537 74.70%
Sean Palermo 2,830 24.76%

 

City of Edmonds

Mayor

Mike Nelson 8,640 52.94%
Neil Tibbott 7,623 46.71%

City Council Position 4

Jenna Nand 5,834 38.49%
Diane Buckshnis 9,256 61.07%

City Council Position 5

Alicia Crank 6,718 43.58%
Vivian Olson 8,661 56.19%

City Council Position 6

Susan Paine 8,442 55.23%
Diana White 6,793 44.45%

City Council Position 7

Nathan Monroe 6,929 45.22%
Laura Johnson 8,363 54.58%

 

City of Everett

City Council Position 4

Marian LaFountaine 6,654 35.51%
Liz Vogeli 11,943 63.73%

City Council Position 5

Joseph Erikson 7,495 39.66%
Scott Bader 11,272 59.65%

 

City of Gold Bar

City Council Position 4

James Jay Prueher 151 33.78%
Kendall Wallace 295 66.00%

 

City of Granite Falls

City Council Position 4

Michael Hagglund 306 40.69%
Erin Hogan 436 57.98%

 

City of Lake Stevens

Mayor

Kurt Hilt 3,569 46.14%
Brett Gailey 4,103 53.04%

City Council Position 3

Shawn Frederick 3,868 52.10%
Steve Ewing 3,517 47.37%

City Council Position 4

Mary Dickinson 3,991 52.78%
Todd Welch 3,522 46.57%

City Council Position 5

Rauchel McDaniel 3,564 47.81%
Anji Jorstad 3,853 51.69%

SE Island annexation

For 10 55.56%
Against 8 44.44%

 

City of Lynnwood

City Council Position 4

Jim Smith 4,450 60.28%
Van AuBuchon 2,884 39.07%

City Council Position 5

J. Altamirano-Crosby 4,289 57.94%
David Schirle 3,074 41.53%

City Council Position 6

Nick Coelho 3,036 41.81%
George Hurst 4,185 57.64%

City Council Position 7

Shannon Sessions 4,507 61.02%
Shirley Sutton 2,840 38.45%

 

City of Marysville

Mayor

Jon Nehring 10,832 76.93%
Michael Patrick 3,177 22.56%

City Council Position 5

Jeff Seibert 6,279 47.16%
Kelly J. Richards 6,944 52.15%

City Council Position 6

Stephen C. Muller 8,933 68.14%
Katherine E. Iverson 4,068 31.03%

 

City of Mill Creek

City Council Position 1

John Steckler 2,681 53.74%
Adam Morgan 2,290 45.90%

City Council Position 5

Vincent J. Cavaleri 3,135 62.20%
Carmen Fisher 1,892 37.54%

 

City of Monroe

City Council Position 5

Delma Silva 719 24.28%
Ed Davis 2,224 75.11%

 

City of Mountlake Terrace

City Council Position 7

Erin Murray 3,221 67.15%
Crystal Gamon 1,553 32.37%

 

City of Mukilteo

City Council Position 4

Richard C. Emery 3,731 56.35%
Scott Whelpley 2,876 43.44%

City Council Position 5

Christopher Maddux 3,253 48.25%
Riaz Khan 3,468 51.44%

City Council Position 6

Elizabeth Crawford 4,638 65.94%
Peter Zieve 2,388 33.95%

City Council Position 7

Joe Marine 4,477 65.05%
K. Melnichenko 2,393 34.77%

Proposition 1

Council/manager government

For adoption 1,929 27.84%
Against adoption 4,999 72.16%

 

City of Snohomish

City Council Position 1

Marc Crawford 608 25.30%
Donna Ray 1,780 74.07%

City Council Position 2

Elizabeth Larsen 1,028 40.42%
Judith Kuleta 1,499 58.95%

 

City of Stanwood

City Council Position 5

Steve Shepro 1,051 59.75%
Lawrence A. Sather 704 40.02%

City Council Position 6

Sid Roberts 1,148 65.04%
Marcus Metz 608 34.45%

 

City of Sultan

Mayor

Russell Wiita 692 58.05%
John Seehuus 492 41.28%

City Council Position 2

Marianne Naslund 478 43.97%
Stephanie Aldrich 604 55.57%

City Council Position 4

Calei Vaughn 629 57.44%
Kenneth Marshall 458 41.83%

 

Town of Woodway

Council Position 4

Thomas Howard 209 44.00%
Andrew DeDonker 264 55.58%

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Arlington School District

Director District 2

Sheri T. Kelly 3,663 48.54%
Jim Weiss 3,832 50.78%

 

Edmonds School District

Director District 1

Carin Chase 32,146 83.87%
Alvin Rutledge Jr. 5,965 15.56%

Director District 3

Gary Noble 23,190 59.27%
Rory Graves 15,800 40.38%

Director District 5

Nancy Katims 26,790 69.00%
Lisa Hunnewell 11,856 30.53%

 

Everett School District

Director District 1

Jamyang Nhangkar 14,101 49.61%
Andrew J. Nicholls 14,132 49.72%

Director District 2

April Berg 16,407 57.65%
Brian Hollingshead 11,882 41.75%

 

Lake Stevens School District

Director District 1

Jason Call 4,028 39.59%
David Iseminger 6,090 59.85%

Director District 2

Paul Lund 5,603 54.59%
Christina Gagnon 4,618 45.00%

 

Lakewood School District

Director District 1

Jeremy Toponce 1,128 35.65%
Steven Larson 2,009 63.50%

 

Marysville School District

Director District 2

Mariana Maksimos 6,810 45.69%
Paul Galovin 7,986 53.58%

Director District 5

Tom Albright 9,522 62.91%
Halleh Stickels 5,496 36.31%

 

Monroe School District

Director District 2

Chuck Whitfield 5,063 59.06%
Eric Halvorson 3,460 40.36%

 

Mukilteo School District

Director District 1

Mike Simmons 11,531 67.67%
Bruce Guthrie 5,407 31.73%

Director District 3

Kyle Kennedy 9,995 58.42%
Jennifer (Jen) Cole 7,015 41.00%

 

Stanwood-Camano School District

Director District 2

Charlotte Murry 7,399 71.44%
Keith Pappas 2,828 27.31%

Director Position 4

Ken Christoferson 6,233 58.38%
Brett Kinney 4,351 40.75%

Director Position 5

George P. Zeigen 4,901 44.34%
Natalie Hagglund 6,072 54.94%

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Fire District 4

Commissioner Position 1

Mark P. Hintz 3,177 40.92%
Evan Merritt 4,549 58.59%

 

Fire District 5

Commissioner Position 1

Deborah Chase 897 42.47%
Steven Fox 1,207 57.15%

 

Fire District 7

Commissioner Position 4

Rick Edwards 11,848 64.20%
Leslie Jo Wells 6,546 35.47%

Proposition 1

Regular property tax levy

Yes 11,004 49.66%
No 11,154 50.34%

 

Fire District 21

Proposition 1

Property tax levy for emergency medical

Approved 1,486 52.62%
Rejected 1,338 47.38%

 

Fire District 23

Proposition 1

Property tax levy for emergency medical

Yes 67 63.81%
No 38 36.19%

 

Fire District 26

Commissioner Position 1

Douglas Rupp 617 56.66%
Kate Hayes 458 42.06%

 

Fire District 27

Commissioner Position 1

Robert (Chip) Hall 21 51.22%
Kimberli Gleason 19 46.34%

 

North County Fire Authority

Commissioner District 1

Jeff Sinker 1,971 32.33%
Greg Oakes 4,084 66.99%

Proposition 1

Regular property tax levy

Yes 3,527 50.36%
No 3,477 49.64%

 

South County Fire Authority

Commissioner District 1

Chris Teofilak 18,824 58.52%
Ted Hikel 13,202 41.04%

Commissioner District 2

Greg Urban 15,677 49.81%
Nicholas Gullickson 15,656 49.74%

Commissioner District 3

Mark Laurence 18,999 61.11%
Andrew C. Engelhard 11,911 38.31%

Commissioner District 4

Bret Chiafalo 14,102 44.37%
David F. Chan 17,549 55.21%

Commissioner District 5

Brandy Donaghy 9,349 29.23%
Jim Kenny 22,494 70.34%

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Alderwood Water and Wastewater

Commissioner Position 3

Joe Mickelson 13,721 35.38%
Jack Broyles Jr. 24,881 64.15%

Commissioner Position 5

Brian M. Travis 10,669 27.32%
Dean Lotz 28,207 72.23%

 

Mukilteo Water and Wastewater

Commissioner Position 1

Jeff Clarke 3,591 70.16%
Troylyn Goldsberry 1,514 29.58%

 

Silver Lake Water and Sewer

Commissioner Position 1

Shauna Willner 5,909 53.04%
John W. Warner 5,174 46.44%

 

Hospital District 1

Commissioner Position 2

(EvergreenHealth Monroe)

Karen Wendy Gahm 13,234 53.29%
Tony Balk 11,428 46.02%

 

Hospital District 2

Commissioner Position 3

(Verdant Health Commission)

Susan Schoeld 17,314 43.53%
Bob Knowles 22,329 56.13%

 

East County Park and Rec

Proposition 1

Parks and fairgrounds bonds

Yes 5,794 56.83%
No 4,401 43.17%

Proposition 2

Property tax levy

Yes 4,484 44.14%
No 5,674 55.86%

 

Northshore Parks and Rec

Proposition 1

Maintenance and restoration levy

Yes 25,720 68.00%
No 12,102 32.00%

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