Updated 2020 primary election results for Snohomish County

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

Updated 2020 primary election results for Snohomish County

EVERETT — Results from the primary election of Tuesday, Aug. 4, 2020, for Snohomish County. These returns were updated Tuesday, Aug. 11, at 5:23 p.m.

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 jurisdictions that span multiple counties include both counties. Percentages might not add up to 100 due to write-in votes.

Error reports and questions: newstips@heraldnet.com.

Related links: Election 2020 storiesOfficial Snohomish County resultsOfficial state of Washington resultsCounty Council districts map Snohomish County PUD districts map Ballot measure validation requirements

Results on this page:

Statewide

Governor

Alex Tsimerman 1,632 0.07%
Phil Fortunato (R) 95,489 4.01%
Ryan Ryals 5,946 0.25%
Leon Aaron Lawson (R) 22,166 0.93%
Henry Clay Dennison (SW) 5,660 0.24%
Tim Eyman (R) 153,425 6.44%
Liz Hallock (G) 20,413 0.86%
Goodspaceguy (R) 5,400 0.23%
Omari Tahir Garrett (D) 8,322 0.35%
Don L. Rivers (D) 24,521 1.03%
M. ‘Iceman’ Wheeler (R) 2,548 0.11%
Raul Garcia (R) 127,282 5.34%
Tylor Grow (R) 1,452 0.06%
Winston Wilkes 680 0.03%
Brian R. Weed 2,057 0.09%
Thor Amundson (I) 3,448 0.14%
Gene Hart (D) 10,162 0.43%
William Miller 1,080 0.05%
Matthew Murray (R) 4,293 0.18%
Dylan B. Nails (I) 1,387 0.06%
Cameron M. Vessey 684 0.03%
David W. Blomstrom 496 0.02%
Anton Sakharov (R) 13,373 0.56%
Craig Campbell 1,131 0.05%
Nate Herzog (R) 10,845 0.45%
Cregan M. Newhouse 2,172 0.09%
Ian Gonzales (R) 2,392 0.10%
Cairo D’Almeida (D) 13,971 0.59%
Elaina J. Gonzalez (I) 4,482 0.19%
Jay Inslee (D) 1,208,237 50.68%
Joshua Freed (R) 212,473 8.91%
David Voltz 458 0.02%
Joshua Wolf 2,145 0.09%
Loren Culp (R) 404,200 16.96%
Richard L. Carpenter (R) 4,773 0.20%
Bill Hirt (R) 2,764 0.12%

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Lieutenant governor

Joseph Brumbles (R) 164,844 7.21%
Jared Frerichs (L) 19,434 0.85%
Ann Davison Sattler (R) 273,936 11.97%
James R. Rafferty (D) 54,810 2.40%
Marko Liias (D) 428,604 18.73%
Matt Seymour (L) 25,598 1.12%
Michelle Jasmer (D) 203,953 8.92%
Bill Penor (R) 46,521 2.03%
Richard (Dick) Muri (R) 231,563 10.12%
Denny Heck (D) 577,505 25.24%
Marty McClendon (R) 255,927 11.19%

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Secretary of state

Ed Minger (I) 83,145 3.56%
Gentry Lange 49,212 2.11%
Kim Wyman (R) 1,180,151 50.57%
Gael Tarleton (D) 1,019,327 43.68%

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Attorney general

Matt Larkin (R) 547,415 23.48%
Mike Vaska (R) 190,957 8.19%
Brett Rogers (R) 279,378 11.98%
Bob Ferguson (D) 1,311,805 56.26%

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Auditor

Joshua Casey (D) 262,652 11.45%
Chris Leyba (R) 931,549 40.60%
Pat McCarthy (D) 1,097,839 47.85%

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Commissioner of public lands

Cameron Whitney (R) 186,385 8.20%
Steve Sharon (R) 169,489 7.46%
Hilary Franz (D) 1,172,084 51.58%
Kelsey Reyes (L) 73,381 3.23%
Maryam Abasbarzy (R) 22,811 1.00%
Sue Kuehl Pederson (R) 528,579 23.26%
Frank Wallbrown (D) 117,360 5.16%

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Superintendent of public instruction

Ron Higgins 434,174 20.24%
Maia Espinoza 540,439 25.20%
Stan Lippmann 68,786 3.21%
David Spring 106,771 4.98%
Dennis Wick 116,063 5.41%
Chris Reykdal 869,414 40.54%

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Insurance commissioner

Anthony Welti (L) 309,077 13.56%
Chirayu A. Patel (R) 609,442 26.74%
Mike Kreidler (D) 1,356,894 59.53%

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Federal

U.S. representative

1st Congressional District

Suzan DelBene (D) 143,434 55.58%
Steven Skelton (L) 6,924 2.68%
Robert Dean Mair 773 0.30%
Matthew Heines 1,255 0.49%
Justin Smoak 7,423 2.88%
Derek Chartrand (R) 15,292 5.93%
Jeffrey Beeler Sr. (R) 82,618 32.02%

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2nd Congressional District

Timothy S. Hazelo (R) 34,597 14.82%
Tim Uy (R) 22,850 9.79%
Kari Ilonummi (R) 2,691 1.15%
Rick Larsen (D) 114,010 48.82%
James Dean Golder (R) 5,059 2.17%
Carrie R. Kennedy (R) 8,145 3.49%
Cody Hart (R) 13,105 5.61%
Jason Call (D) 32,799 14.05%

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7th Congressional District

Scott Sutherland (R) 11,200 3.76%
Jack Hughes-Hageman (D) 9,921 3.33%
Pramila Jayapal (D) 238,138 79.98%
Rick Lewis (I) 13,730 4.61%
Craig Keller (R) 24,242 8.14%

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Snohomish County

County council

District 4

Delia O’Malley (I) 2,838 5.44%
Amber King (D) 11,138 21.36%
Brenda Carrington (R) 15,565 29.85%
Jared Mead (D) 22,543 43.23%

Public Utility District

District 1 commissioner

Bruce King 15,857 20.11%
Charles C. Sias 3,549 4.50%
Sidney (Sid) Logan 38,121 48.34%
Rob Toyer 20,894 26.49%

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Legislature

1st District

Representative, Position 2

Jeb Brewer (R) 13,293 25.02%
Gary Morgan (R) 6,573 12.37%
Shelley Kloba (D) 33,227 62.53%

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10th District

Representative, Position 1

Ivan Lewis (D) 1,590 2.92%
Angie Homola (D) 14,535 26.71%
Greg Gilday (R) 25,052 46.03%
Scott McMullen (D) 3,533 6.49%
Suzanne Woodard (D) 9,555 17.56%

Representative, Position 2

Taylor Zimmermann (P) 2,204 4.01%
Dave Paul (D) 26,093 47.43%
Bill Bruch (R) 26,656 48.45%

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21st District

Representative, Position 1

Strom H. Peterson (D) 24,860 55.65%
Gant Diede (D) 4,207 9.42%
Brian Thompson (R) 15,549 34.81%

Representative, Position 2

Lillian Ortiz-Self (D) 29,189 64.72%
Amy Schaper (R) 14,761 32.73%
Willie Russell 1,087 2.41%

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32nd District

Representative, Position 1

Shirley Sutton (D) 11,242 24.45%
Keith Smith (D) 4,397 9.56%
Cindy Ryu (D) 29,331 63.78%

Representative, Position 2

Gray Petersen (D) 4,268 9.06%
Tamra Smilanich 7,687 16.31%
Lauren Davis (D) 34,557 73.33%

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38th District

Senate

Kelly M. Fox (D) 5,428 14.01%
Bernard Moody (R) 15,754 40.65%
June Robinson (D) 17,531 45.23%

Representative, Position 1

Bert Johnson (R) 14,731 37.97%
Jorge Garrido (L) 2,008 5.18%
Lacey Sauvageau (D) 2,814 7.25%
Emily Wicks (D) 19,206 49.50%

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39th District

Representative, Position 2

Sandy Mesenbrink (R) 6,965 15.02%
Ryan Johnson (D) 16,489 35.56%
Carolyn Eslick (R) 22,856 49.28%

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44th District

Representative, Position 2

Mark A. James (R) 25,188 47.41%
Anne Anderson (D) 10,609 19.97%
April Berg (D) 17,298 32.56%

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School districts

Darrington School District

Programs and operation levy

Yes 477 41.95%
No 660 58.05%

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Everett School District

Capital improvement/construction bonds

Approved 25,073 58.80%
Rejected 17,566 41.20%

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Lakewood School District

Programs and operations levy

Yes 2,487 46.09%
No 2,909 53.91%

Technology improvements levy

Yes 2,772 51.22%
No 2,640 48.78%

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