2021 primary election results for Snohomish County

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

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EVERETT — Results from the primary election of Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2021, for Snohomish County. These returns were updated Friday, Aug. 6, at 5:02 p.m.

Excluded are non-partisan 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.

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Snohomish County

County Council

District 1

Nicole Ng-A-Qui (D) 8,099 27.9%
Nate Nehring (R) 19,155 66.1%
Richard Yust (D) 1,685 5.8%

District 4

Jared M. Mead (D) 17,729 65.9%
Brenda Carrington (R) 9,146 34.0%

District 5

Brandy Donaghy (D) 12,970 41.7%
Sam Low (R) 18,064 58.1%

 

City of Bothell

City Council

Position 5

Galen Altavas 918 12.1%
Matt Kuehn 3,188 42.0%
Ben Mahnkey 3,452 45.4%

 

City of Edmonds

City Council

Position 1

Alicia Crank 5,802 45.7%
Kristiana Johnson 5,523 43.5%
Brian Hartman 1,353 10.6%

Position 2

Lora Petso 2,054 15.9%
Luke Distelhorst 3,052 23.7%
Janelle Cass 4,111 31.9%
Will Chen 3,673 28.5%

 

City of Everett

Mayor

Steve Oss 2,744 19.6%
Cassie Franklin 10,648 76.2%
Ron Wittock 460 3.3%

City Council

District 3

Lacey Sauvageau 605 18.0%
Don Schwab 2,450 72.9%
Jacob L. Vail 287 8.5%

District 5

Ben Zarlingo 1,173 45.8%
Kelly M. Fox 625 24.4%
Demi Chatters 742 29.0%

 

City of Granite Falls

City Council

Position 2

David Griggs 324 52.4%
Scott Morrison 179 29.0%
Michael Hagglund 109 17.6%

 

City of Lynnwood

Mayor

Jim Smith 1,897 31.3%
Christine Frizzell 2,731 45.0%
George Hurst 1,426 23.5%

City Council

Position 1

Shirley Sutton 2,642 44.5%
Nick Coelho 1,743 29.3%
Chris Eck 1,509 25.4%

Position 2

Don Gough 1,911 32.3%
Patrick Decker 1,912 32.3%
Naz Lashgari 2,075 35.1%

Position 3

Lisa Utter 1,760 29.7%
James Rutherford 1,451 24.5%
Joshua Binda 2,694 45.5%

 

City of Marysville

City Council

Position 1

Cindy Gobel 4,068 39.6%
Daniel Brady 1,612 15.7%
Jeffrey D. Vaughan 4,549 44.3%

 

City of Mill Creek

City Council

Position 6

Melissa Duque 1,866 48.3%
Adam R. Morgan 1,844 47.7%
Shannon Warren 140 3.6%

 

City of Mukilteo

City Council

Position 1

Peter Zieve 2,230 38.6%
Chris Perisho 84 1.5%
Tina Over 557 9.6%
Louis Harris 2,901 50.2%

Position 2

Kevin Stoltz 2,191 38.0%
Caitlein Ryan 1,501 26.0%
Ayesha Riaz Khan 416 7.2%
Tom Jordal 1,644 28.5%

Position 3

Steve Schmalz 2,190 38.3%
Alex Crocco 1,360 23.8%
Carolyn (Dode) Carlson 1,358 23.8%
Tim Ellis 789 13.8%

 

City of Snohomish

Mayor

Linda Redmon 1,244 50.2%
John T. Kartak 1,129 45.6%
Samuel F. King 103 4.2%

City Council

Position 5

Kari Zimmerman 808 34.1%
Becky Perkins 324 13.7%
David Flynn 1,221 51.6%

Position 7

Karen W. Guzak 900 36.7%
Steve Dana 991 40.4%
Tabitha Baty 552 22.5%

Transportation District

Proposition 1

Sales and use tax

Yes 1,400 57.0%
No 1,054 43.0%

 

Town of Darrington

Town Council

Position 2

Robert Requa 80 30.1%
Tyller C. Boomgaarden 58 21.8%
Julie Ford 122 45.9%

 

Everett School District

School Board

Position 4

Charles Mister, Jr. 4,704 22.6%
Traci Mitchell 12,182 58.4%
Janelle Burke 3,806 18.2%

 

Lake Stevens School District

School Board

District 4

Brett Rogers 2,594 33.1%
Brian Kesler 2,113 27.0%
Nina Kim Hanson 3,082 39.4%

 

Marysville School District

School Board

District 4

Clarence Shaw 2,042 17.8%
Jim Ross 1,184 10.3%
Wade Rinehardt 5,196 45.4%
Vanessa Edwards 2,985 26.1%

 

Northshore School District

School Board

District 1

Brian M. Travis 3,848 15.7%
Michael Albrecht 2,636 10.7%
Jacqueline McGourty 12,571 51.1%
Elizabeth Crowley 5,472 22.3%

District 4

Katya Bautista 4,708 19.2%
Sandy R. Hayes 13,446 54.9%
Chris Roberdeau 6,283 25.6%

District 5

Amy Felt 6,925 28.4%
Angela Chapman 3,539 14.5%
Jasmine Lee Fry 3,701 15.2%
Amy Cast 10,085 41.4%

 

Stanwood-Camano School District

School Board

District 1

Albert Schreiber 4,283 47.0%
Gary Forslund 3,168 34.8%
Kevin Williams 1,624 17.8%

District 2

Samantha Smith 1,249 13.7%
Charlotte Murry 4,014 44.1%
Tracy Abuhl 3,808 41.9%

 

Fire District 5

Commission

Position 2

Dave Moon 409 25.2%
Deborah Chase 592 36.5%
Misti Halverson 418 25.8%
Doug White 196 12.1%

Proposition 1

Increase size of board

Yes 779 47.2%
No 872 52.8%

 

Fire District 21

Commission

Position 2

David D. Safford 1,205 69.1%
Greg Taylor 273 15.6%
Jeffrey Edmonds 256 14.7%

 

Alderwood Water & Wastewater

Commission

Position 2

Mike Pivec 6,003 19.5%
Sandra Brewer 3,982 13.0%
Donna Cross 9,556 31.1%
Cory Paul Christianson 3,307 10.8%
Patrick Leonetti 7,786 25.4%

 

Hospital District 2

Commission

Position 2

Rico Tessandore 8,346 26.2%
Carolyn Brennan 17,305 54.3%
Zemach Faris 6,088 19.1%

 

Port of Edmonds

Commission

Position 5

Selena Killin 808 11.8%
Scott Marshall 1,241 18.1%
Steve Johnston 4,800 69.9%

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