Updated 2019 primary election results for Snohomish County

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

Updated 2019 primary election results for Snohomish County

EVERETT — Results from the primary election of Tuesday, Aug. 6, 2019, for Snohomish County. These returns were updated at 5:53 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 13.

Excluded are races with fewer than three candidates. The top two finishers advance to the general election in November, regardless of party affiliation.

Results for the city of Bothell include both Snohomish and King counties. Percentages might not add up to 100 due to write-in votes.

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Results on this page:

  • Snohomish County
  • City of Bothell
  • City of Edmonds
  • City of Lake Stevens
  • City of Lynnwood
  • City of Marysville
  • City of Mukilteo
  • City of Snohomish
  • City of Stanwood
  • City of Sultan
  • Edmonds School District
  • Everett School District
  • Marysville School District
  • Monroe School District
  • Mukilteo School District
  • Fire districts
  • Mukilteo Water and Wastewater
  • Port of Everett
  • Snohomish County

    County Council

    District 2

    Alex Lark (D) 1,821 8.18%
    Louis Harris (D) 1,768 7.94%
    Tyler Verda (D) 2,201 9.88%
    Megan Dunn (D) 2,991 13.43%
    Anna Rohrbough (R) 7,712 34.63%
    Jennifer Gregerson (D) 2,783 12.50%
    Cecilia Wilson (D) 2,474 11.11%
    Sharita Burton (D) 479 2.15%

    District 3

    Meier G. Lowenthal (D) 2,261 9.49%
    Willie Russell 2,483 10.43%
    Stephanie Wright (D) 18,852 79.15%

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    City of Bothell

    City Council

    Position 6

    Davina Duerr 5,588 70.48%
    Sean Palermo 1,539 19.41%
    Tiger Budbill 739 9.32%

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    City of Edmonds

    Mayor

    Mike Nelson 5,381 44.71%
    Neil Tibbott 3,404 28.28%
    Brad Shipley 1,396 11.60%
    Kristiana Johnson 1,829 15.20%

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    City of Lake Stevens

    City Council

    Position 4

    Mary Dickinson 1,724 35.21%
    Todd Welch 1,683 34.37%
    Carolyn Bennett 1,463 29.88%

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    City of Lynnwood

    City Council

    Position 4

    Naz Lashgari 901 16.80%
    Jim Smith 1,870 34.87%
    James Rutherford 491 9.16%
    Van AuBuchon 1,042 19.43%
    Ashkan Amouzegar 575 10.72%
    Diodato Boucsieguez 469 8.75%

    Position 5

    David Schirle 1,859 34.70%
    Rosamaria Graziani 1,262 23.55%
    J. Altamirano-Crosby 2,226 41.55%

    Position 7

    Shirley Sutton 1,810 33.64%
    Shannon Sessions 2,538 47.17%
    Maggie Mae 1,015 18.86%

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    City of Marysville

    City Council

    Position 5

    Jeff Seibert 2,849 36.34%
    Todd Fahlman 1,278 16.30%
    Leguang (Noah) Rui 1,142 14.57%
    Kelly J. Richards 1,577 20.12%
    Gary Kemp 960 12.25%

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    City of Mukilteo

    City Council

    Position 4

    Richard C. Emery 2,703 51.41%
    Charles Eakins 563 10.71%
    Scott Whelpley 1,975 37.56%

    Position 5

    James Yoo 1,447 27.42%
    Christopher Maddux 1,952 36.98%
    Riaz Khan 1,861 35.26%

    Position 6

    Elisabeth Crawford 3,005 55.66%
    Peter Zieve 1,739 32.21%
    Exekiel Aranez 648 12.00%

    Position 7

    Joe Marine 3,465 64.95%
    Kristina Melnichenko 1,010 18.93%
    Tina Over 849 15.91%

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    City of Snohomish

    City Council

    Position 2

    Elizabeth Larsen 713 37.74%
    Judith Kuleta 706 37.37%
    Don Baldwin 452 23.93%

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    City of Stanwood

    City Council

    Position 6

    Jesse W. Schenk 237 20.99%
    Marcus Metz 308 27.28%
    Sid Roberts 574 50.84%

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    City of Sultan

    Mayor

    John Seehuus 307 39.41%
    Russell Wiita 372 47.75%
    Rocky Walker 98 12.58%

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    Edmonds School District

    School Board

    District 3

    Gary Noble 11,823 44.34%
    Jennifer Cail 5,323 19.96%
    Boe Lindgren 1,339 5.02%
    Mary Schultz 2,154 8.08%
    Rory Graves 5,932 22.25%

    District 5

    Lisa Hunnewell 5,482 21.41%
    Rina Maile Redrup 3,854 15.05%
    D.P (Casey) Auve III 2,368 9.25%
    Nancy Katims 13,772 53.79%

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    Everett School District

    School Board

    Position 1

    Jamyang Nhangkar 8,056 42.71%
    Andrew J. Nicholls 6,590 34.94%
    Larisa Karpenko 4,106 21.77%

    Position 2

    Brian Hollingshead 7,084 37.59%
    Janelle Burke 3,311 17.57%
    April Berg 8,322 44.16%

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    Marysville School District

    School Board

    District 2

    Mariana Maksimos 3,494 38.57%
    Kona Farry 2,004 22.12%
    Paul Galovin 3,494 38.57%

    District 5

    Halleh Stickels 2,923 32.11%
    Ryan Muri 1,770 19.44%
    Tom Albright 4,338 47.65%

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    Monroe School District

    School Board

    District 2

    Eric Halvorson 1,727 31.77%
    Paul Faulds 1,514 27.85%
    Chuck Whitfield 2,153 39.61%

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    Mukilteo School District

    School Board

    District 3

    Jennifer (Jen) Cole 5,817 46.93%
    Keashia P. Garner 660 5.32%
    Kyle Kennedy 5,819 46.95%

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    Fire District 4

    Commissioner, Position 1

    Mark P. Hintz 1,995 37.29%
    Evan Merritt 1,738 32.49%
    Mike Jorve 781 14.60%
    Darci Wilson 800 14.95%

    Proposition 1

    EMS Levy

    Yes 3,675 61.55%
    No 2,296 38.45%

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    Fire District 7

    Commissioner, Position 4

    Nancy Travis 1,310 11.07%
    Rick Edwards 5,642 47.68%
    Sam Wirsching 1,593 13.46%
    Ronald B. Weltzin 615 5.20%
    Leslie Jo Wells 2,603 22.00%

    Proposition 1

    Levy

    Yes 5,425 41.95%
    No 7,507 58.05%

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    Fire District 10

    Proposition 1

    Levy lid lift

    Approved 940 62.75%
    Rejected 558 37.25%

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    Fire District 17

    Proposition 1

    Fire and EMS levy

    Approved 1,452 65.38%
    Rejected 769 34.62%

    Proposition 2

    Increase board from 3 to 5

    Yes 1,314 59.40%
    No 898 40.60%

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    Fire District 22

    Proposition 1

    Fire and EMS levy

    Approved 643 61.30%
    Rejected 406 38.70%

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    Fire District 26

    Proposition 1

    Maintenance and operation levy

    Yes 595 67.38%
    No 288 32.62%

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    Lake Stevens Fire

    Proposition 1

    Merge into Fire District 7

    Approved 6,065 79.98%
    Rejected 1,518 20.02%

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    Mukilteo Water and Wastewater

    Commissioner, Position 1

    Jeff Clarke 2,613 62.80%
    John Reis 644 15.48%
    Troylyn Goldsberry 883 21.22%

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    Port of Everett

    Commissioner, District 1

    Jeff LaLone 1,378 26.66%
    David Simpson 2,182 42.22%
    Bruce Fingarson 1,568 30.34%

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