2022 general election results for Snohomish County

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

EVERETT — Results from the general election of Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2022, for Snohomish County. These returns were updated Thursday, Nov. 17, at 5:51 p.m.

Excluded are uncontested races.

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 2022 stories | Official Snohomish County results | Official state of Washington results | County Council districts map | Ballot measure validation requirements



United States

U.S. Senator

Patty Murray (D) 1,705,599 57.2%
Tiffany Smiley (R) 1,268,234 42.6%

U.S. Representative

Congressional District 1

Suzan DelBene (D) 180,463 63.4%
Vincent J Cavaleri (R) 103,781 36.5%

Congressional District 2

Rick Larsen (D) 198,415 60.3%
Dan Matthews (R) 129,989 39.5%

Congressional District 8

Kim Schrier (D) 177,037 53.2%
Matt Larkin (R) 154,782 46.5%



State of Washington

Secretary of State

Steve Hobbs (D) 1,437,898 49.9%
Julie Anderson 1,320,293 45.8%

Legislative District 1

State Representative Pos. 1

Davina Duerr (D) 47,585 70.8%
John Peeples (R) 19,606 29.2%

State Representative Pos. 2

Shelley Kloba (D) 47,746 71.1%
Jerry Buccola (R) 19,315 28.8%

Legislative District 10

State Representative Pos. 1

Clyde Shavers (D) 36,570 50.1%
Greg Gilday (R) 36,349 49.8%

State Representative Pos. 2

Dave Paul (D) 38,054 52.1%
Karen Lesetmoe (R) 34,938 47.8%

Legislative District 12

State Representative Pos. 2

Mike Steele (R) 42,434 78.4%
Robert K Amenn (R) 9,579 17.7%

Legislative District 21

State Senator

Marko Liias (D) 36,227 63.2%
Janelle Cass (R) 20,990 36.6%

State Representative Pos. 1

Strom Peterson (D) 38,376 67.4%
Amy Schaper (R) 18,539 32.5%

State Representative Pos. 2

Lillian Ortiz-Self (D) 37,832 66.7%
Petra Bigea (R) 18,870 33.2%

Legislative District 32

State Senator

Jesse Salomon (D) 42,907 74.8%
Patricia Weber (D) 13,029 22.7%

State Representative Pos. 1

Cindy Ryu (D) 50,641 81.6%
Lori Theis 11,099 17.9%

State Representative Pos. 2

Lauren Davis (D) 50,011 79.3%
Anthony Hubbard (R) 12,938 20.5%

Legislative District 38

State Senator

June Robinson (D) 29,989 58.1%
Bernard Moody (R) 21,572 41.8%

State Representative Pos. 1

Julio Cortes (D) 30,105 58.5%
Gary Kemp (R) 21,321 41.4%

State Representative Pos. 2

Mary Fosse (D) 29,271 57.0%
Mark James (R) 22,044 42.9%

Legislative District 39

State Representative Pos. 1

Robert J. Sutherland (R) 24,102 42.2%
Sam Low (R) 31,140 54.5%

State Representative Pos. 2

Carolyn Eslick (R) 37,216 59.4%
Jessica Wadhams (D) 25,357 40.4%

Legislative District 44

State Senator

John Lovick (D) 37,086 58.7%
Jeb Brewer (R) 25,983 41.2%

State Representative Pos. 1

Brandy Donaghy (D) 33,478 53.3%
Mark Harmsworth (R) 29,275 46.6%

State Representative Pos. 2

April Berg (D) 35,450 56.6%
Ryne Rohla (R) 27,157 43.3%


Snohomish County

Prosecuting Attorney

Jason Cummings (D) 176,701 56.6%
Brett Rogers (R) 134,924 43.3%

Public Utilities District No. 1

Commissioner District 3

Tanya Olson 197,336 71.0%
Ken Maertens 78,701 28.3%

City of Lake Stevens

Proposition No. 1

Approved 7,706 52.0%
Rejected 7,111 48.0%

City of Stanwood

Proposition No. 1

Approved 2,102 65.2%
Rejected 1,123 34.8%

Monroe School District No. 103

Proposition No. 1

Approved 8,953 52.2%
Rejected 8,202 47.8%

Fire District 23

Proposition No. 1

Approved 134 87.6%
Rejected 19 12.4%
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