2022 primary election results for Snohomish County

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

Election

EVERETT — Results from the primary election of Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2022, for Snohomish County. These returns were updated Monday, Aug. 8, at 5:20 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.

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

 

Federal

United States

U.S. Senator

Henry Clay Dennison 13,264 0.7%
Mohammad Hassan Said 13,365 0.7%
John Guenther 52,928 2.9%
Tiffany Smiley 619,496 33.4%
Dan Phan Doan 2,924 0.2%
Dr Pano Churchill 11,346 0.6%
Dave Saulibio 18,469 1.0%
Sam Cusmir 2,575 0.1%
Bill Hirt 14,708 0.8%
Jon Butler 5,164 0.3%
Bryan Solstin 9,229 0.5%
Martin D. Hash 4,533 0.2%
Patty Murray 976,042 52.7%
Thor Amundson 4,911 0.3%
Charlie (Chuck) Jackson 8,227 0.4%
Naz Paul 18,003 1.0%
Ravin Pierre 21,184 1.1%
Leon Lawson 55,901 3.0%

U.S. Representative

Congressional District 1

Matthew Heines 13,479 8.2%
Derek K Chartrand 11,404 6.9%
Vincent J Cavaleri 32,650 19.9%
Tom Spears 4,780 2.9%
Suzan DelBene 101,797 62.0%

Congressional District 2

Cody Hart 21,319 10.0%
Dan Matthews 36,408 17.0%
Doug “Yoshe” Revelle 886 0.4%
Bill Wheeler 8,816 4.1%
Jon Welch 1,633 0.8%
Brandon Lee Stalnaker 1,314 0.6%
Jason Call 31,164 14.6%
Leif Johnson 5,403 2.5%
Carrie R. Kennedy 8,571 4.0%
Rick Larsen 98,286 45.9%

Congressional District 8

Emet Ward 1,804 0.9%
Kim Schrier 96,839 47.9%
Reagan Dunn 29,222 14.5%
Matt Larkin 34,334 17.0%
Dave Chapman 1,787 0.9%
Ryan Dean Burkett 691 0.3%
Justin Greywolf 1,489 0.7%
Keith Arnold 1,653 0.8%
Patrick Dillon 291 0.1%
Jesse Jensen 26,087 12.9%
Scott Stephenson 7,851 3.9%

 

Statewide

State of Washington

Secretary of State

Bob Hagglund 213,088 11.9%
Kurtis Engle 6,477 0.4%
Marquez Tiggs 141,372 7.9%
Tamborine Borrelli 80,623 4.5%
Steve Hobbs 723,118 40.4%
Keith L. Wagoner 215,224 12.0%
Mark Miloscia 177,967 9.9%
Julie Anderson 230,639 12.9%

Legislative District 21

State Representative Pos. 2

Jenifer Short 5,565 16.3%
Petra Bigea 6,077 17.8%
Lillian Ortiz-Self 22,400 65.7%

Legislative District 32

State Senator

Evelyn Anthony 5,244 14.3%
Patricia Weber 7,060 19.2%
Jesse Salomon 24,011 65.4%

Legislative District 38

State Senator

Bernard Moody 9,128 30.0%
Anita Azariah 3,742 12.3%
June Robinson 17,552 57.6%

State Representative Pos. 1

Bert Johnson 5,456 18.0%
Julio Cortes 11,990 39.5%
Daryl Williams 6,130 20.2%
Gary Kemp 6,739 22.2%

State Representative Pos. 2

Christopher D. Elliott 752 2.5%
Mark James 11,744 38.4%
David Wiley 996 3.3%
Mary Fosse 17,093 55.8%

Legislative District 39

State Representative Pos. 1

Claus Joens 8,655 23.1%
Robert J. Sutherland 12,386 33.1%
Karl de Jong 6,142 16.4%
Sam Low 10,202 27.2%

State Representative Pos. 2

Carolyn Eslick 16,737 44.9%
Tyller Boomgaarden 4,498 12.1%
Kathryn Lewandowsky 2,280 6.1%
Jessica Wadhams 13,694 36.7%

 

Snohomish County

Public Utilities District No. 1

Commissioner District 3

Ken Maertens 12,958 22.3%
Jordan M. Sears 8,778 15.1%
Tanya Olson 35,956 62.0%

Fire District 5

Levy

Approved 1,391 62.0%
Rejected 852 38.0%

Fire District 17

Levy

Approved 2,067 60.2%
Rejected 1,364 39.8%

Fire District 21

Levy

Approved 1,234 46.3%
Rejected 1,431 53.7%

Fire District 26

Levy

Approved 805 60.6%
Rejected 523 39.4%
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