Dorothy Crossman rides up on her bike to turn in her ballot on Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2023 in Everett, Washington. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

Dorothy Crossman rides up on her bike to turn in her ballot on Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2023 in Everett, Washington. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

2023 August primary election results for Snohomish County

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

EVERETT — Results from the primary election of Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2023, for Snohomish County. These returns were updated Thursday, Aug. 3, at 5:13 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 stories | Official Snohomish County results | Official state of Washington results | County Council districts map | Ballot measure validation requirements

 

Snohomish County

County Executive

Christopher Garnett (D) 13,898 10.4%
Bob Hagglund (R) 49,544 37.2%
Dave Somers (D) 69,575 52.2%

Council District 2

Georgia Fisher (R) 7,794 32.5%
Kristina A. Mitchel 1,819 7.6%
Megan Dunn (D) 14,351 59.8%

County Auditor

Cindy L. Gobel 42,565 32.8%
Garth Fell 52,136 40.2%
Robert J. Sutherland 34,767 26.8%

Superior Court Judge Position 17

Mary C. Anderson 44,145 34.4%
Jody Cloutier 30,634 23.9%
Patrick M. Moriarty 53,220 41.5%

Fire District 4

Proposition No. 1

Yes 3,733 54.7%
No 3,086 45.3%

Fire District 10

Proposition No. 1

Yes 1,407 82.7%
No 294 17.3%

Fire District 21

Proposition No. 1

Yes 942 46.8%
No 1,070 53.2%

Fire District 24

Proposition No. 1

Yes 423 61.5%
No 265 38.5%

Fire District 26

Proposition No. 1

Yes 625 68.2%
No 292 31.8%

Marysville Fire District RFA

Proposition No. 1

Yes 8,946 67.5%
No 4,298 32.5%

North County Regional Fire Authority

Proposition No. 1

Yes 5,486 65.1%
No 2,936 34.9%

Alderwood Water and Wastewater District

Commissioner Position 3

Jack Broyles, Jr 19,319 64.7%
Mike Pivec 6,481 21.7%
Alan Rubio 3,993 13.4%

Commissioner Position 4

Pat Peck 11,039 37.9%
Brian Travis 4,139 14.2%
Larry Dean Jones 13,855 47.5%

Olympic View Water District

Commissioner Position 3

Judi Gladstone 2,006 60.8%
Maralyn Chase 1,086 32.9%
Sarah King 200 6.1%

Port of Everett

Commissioner District 2

Bob Champion 1,587 30.3%
Ken Heaton 1,029 19.6%
Alfred G. Favre 322 6.1%
Tom Stiger 2,288 43.7%

 

City

City of Bothell

Council Position 4

Carston Curd 3,956 48.6%
Mark Swanson 2,219 27.3%
Ann Aagaard 1,929 23.7%

City of Brier

Council Position 4

Christopher Roman Young 147 8.1%
Derek Hamilton 382 21.0%
Valerie Rosman 1,277 70.3%

City of Edmonds

Mayor

Diane Buckshnis 2,657 21.1%
Mike Rosen 4,371 34.8%
Mike Nelson 4,407 35.0%
Brad Shipley 1,113 8.8%

City of Everett

Council-at-Large Position 6

Scott Bader 5,959 42.1%
Demi Chatters 4,975 35.1%
Brian Hennessy 1,816 12.8%
Bill D. Wheeler, Jr. 1,371 9.7%

Council-at-Large Position 7

Judy Tuohy 7,671 55.2%
Judith Martinez 4,204 30.2%
Bryce Nickel 1,832 13.2%

City of Monroe

Council Position 5

Junelle Lewis 1,198 45.1%
Will Schlegel 453 17.1%
Jacob Walker 997 37.6%

City of Mukilteo

Proposition No. 1

Yes 2,024 41.3%
No 2,874 58.7%

 

School

Edmonds School District No. 15

Director District 5

Nancy Katims 18,993 63.3%
Arjun Kathuria 3,614 12.1%
Nicholas Jenkins 7,298 24.3%

Everett School District No. 2

Director District 5

Charles Adkins 8,198 39.7%
Janelle Burke 3,723 18.0%
Ryne Rohla 6,094 29.5%
Roman Rewolinski 2,536 12.3%

Marysville School District No. 15

Director District 2

Tiffani V. Mondares-Riggs 4,851 43.0%
Brian Nelson 1,524 13.5%
Eliza Davis 4,831 42.9%

Director District 3

Keira Atchley 937 8.4%
Beth Hoiby 5,340 47.6%
Sherryl Kenney 4,142 36.9%
Elora Wykes 711 6.3%

Monroe School District No. 103

Director District 1

Tiana Armstrong 1,639 24.4%
Crystal Blakely 1,075 16.0%
Jeremiah Campbell 3,791 56.4%
Roy (Trey) Sherrill 193 2.9%

Northshore School District No. 417

Director District 3

Chris Cazares 4,159 16.6%
Han Tran 13,361 53.3%
Myriam Juritz 7,477 29.8%

Snohomish School District No. 201

Director District 4

Sarah Adams 3,690 31.9%
Sherri Larkin 4,129 35.7%
Monica Weber 3,684 31.9%

Stanwood-Camano School District No. 401

Director District 5

Satin-Deseree Arnett 2,136 24.3%
Steve King 3,310 37.6%
Phil Snider 3,299 37.5%

Sultan School District No. 311

Director District 1

Ron R. Powers 1,034 44.2%
Jody F. Kerr 713 30.5%
Dee Thompson 578 24.7%

Director District 4

Mary Cameron Perillo 730 31.3%
Marianne Naslund 1,353 58.0%
Cory Dearborn 239 10.2%
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