Updated election results for Snohomish County

Here are the returns for 89 races and ballot measures — and links to official election websites.

Updated election results for Snohomish County

Results from the general election of Nov. 7, 2017, for Snohomish County.

Excluded are uncontested races, statewide advisory measures, and races for water and sewer districts.

Results for multi-county jurisdictions include both counties. Percentages are calculated to account for write-in votes.

Results on this page:

Official government results pages are here.

Snohomish County [TOP]

County Council District 1

Nate Nehring (R) 17,261 59.79%
Ray Miller (D) 11,509 39.86%

County Council District 4

Terry Ryan (D) 17,956 64.34%
Marcus Barton (R) 9,870 35.36%

County Council District 5

Sam Low (R) 18,037 57.52%
Kristin Kelly (D) 13,221 42.16%

City of Arlington [TOP]

City Council Position 1

Craig Christianson 1,351 45.18%
Jesica Stickles 1,626 54.38%

City Council Position 2

Joshua Roundy 2,034 70.80%
Chris Raezer 818 28.47%

City of Bothell [TOP]

City Council Position 3

Vicki Somppi 4,143 46.40%
Rosemary McAuliffe 4,786 53.60%

City Council Position 5

Liam Olsen 6,050 70.16%
Jeremy B. Michel 2,573 29.84%

City Council Position 7

Thomas E. Agnew 4,708 54.21%
Aaron Moreau-Cook 3,977 45.79%

Urban EMS District

Proposition 1 (emergency medical service tax levy)

Yes 2,549 69.76%
No 1,105 30.24%

City of Brier [TOP]

City Council Position 2

Kevin Davis 386 24.46%
Martin Krienke 1,185 75.10%

City of Edmonds [TOP]

City Council Position 1

Kristiana Johnson 6,826 62.00%
Josh Thompson 4,127 37.49%

City Council Position 3

Adrienne Fraley-Monillas 8,187 73.70%
Alvin A. Rutledge 2,857 25.72%

City of Everett [TOP]

Mayor

Cassie Franklin 7,803 44.67%
Judy Tuohy 7,605 43.53%
Write-in 2,062 11.80%

City Council Position 1

Paul Roberts 10,468 63.50%
Leland (Lee) Dart 5,901 35.80%

City Council Position 2

Jeff Moore 8,655 52.21%
Alex Lark 7,806 47.09%

City Council Position 3

Scott D. Murphy 10,606 64.77%
Jennifer A. Hesse 5,675 34.65%

City of Granite Falls [TOP]

City Council Position 3

Tom FitzGerald 324 61.48%
Jen Koenig 182 34.54%

City of Index [TOP]

Mayor

Daniel J. Cassidy 11 13.41%
Norman D. Johnson 70 85.37%

City Council Position 3

Bruce Albert 41 53.25%
J.P. Brastad 35 45.45%

City of Lake Stevens [TOP]

City Council Position 1

Michele Hampton 1,673 34.79%
Kim Daughtry 3,117 64.82%

City of Lynnwood [TOP]

Mayor

George Hurst 2,772 43.16%
Nicola Smith 3,642 56.71%

City Council Position 1

Christine Frizzell 3,273 52.31%
Van AuBuchon 2,969 47.45%

City Council Position 2

Ian Cotton 3,395 54.35%
Shanon Tysland 2,838 45.44%

City Council Position 3

Rosamaria Graziani 3,034 48.94%
Ruth Ross 3,153 50.86%

City of Marysville [TOP]

City Council Position 1

Jeffrey D. Vaughan 6,596 65.59%
Robert (Bob) Weiss 3,423 34.04%

City Council Position 2

Mark James 6,129 59.02%
Donna M. Wright 4,221 40.65%

City Council Position 3

Tom King 5,708 56.25%
Jeff Seibert 4,397 43.33%

City Council Position 4

Elijah Olson 1,529 15.44%
Michael Stevens 8,322 84.05%

City of Mill Creek [TOP]

City Council Position 1

Carmen Fisher 1,051 28.25%
Sean Kelly 2,657 71.42%

City of Monroe [TOP]

Mayor

Geoffrey Thomas 1,756 67.83%
Jim Kamp 828 31.98%

City Council Position 1

Kevin Hanford 1,475 59.17%
R. Todd Fredrickson 1,008 40.43%

City Council Position 3

Jacob Walker 1,041 41.51%
Jeff Rasmussen 1,456 58.05%

City Council Position 7

Kevin McDowell 781 31.81%
Kirk Scarboro 1,664 67.78%

City of Mountlake Terrace [TOP]

City Council Position 1

Rick Ryan 2,718 64.95%
Stephen Barnes 1,455 34.77%

City Council Position 2

Margaret Loiseau 1,805 43.38%
Jerry E. Smith 2,334 56.09%

City Council Position 4

Kyoko Matsumoto Wright 2,552 60.43%
Seaun Richards 1,647 39.00%

Proposition 1

Civic campus bonds

Yes 3,058 69.50%
No 1,342 30.50%

City of Mukilteo [TOP]

Mayor

Dan Matthews 3,145 45.44%
Jennifer Gregerson 3,749 54.17%

City Council Position 1

Anna Rohrbough 3,847 57.41%
James Yoo 2,833 42.28%

City Council Position 2

Bob Champion 4,623 66.22%
Peter Zieve 2,332 33.40%

City Council Position 3

Sarah L. Kneller 3,448 52.39%
Tony Markey 3,114 47.32%

Transportation Benefit District

Proposition 1 (sales and use tax for improvements)

Yes 3,674 54.13%
No 3,113 45.87%

City of Snohomish [TOP]

Mayor

John T. Kartak 1,645 50.99%
Karen W. Guzak 1,564 48.48%

City Council Position 3

Daryl Ferguson 859 29.38%
Jason Sanders 2,054 70.25%

City Council Position 4

R.C. (Swede) Johnson 1,440 48.11%
Tom Merrill 1,541 51.49%

City Council Position 5

Bob Dvorak 1,438 48.58%
Linda Redmon 1,509 50.98%

City Council Position 6

Larry Countryman 1,645 54.33%
Eric Reyes 1,361 44.95%

City Council Position 7

Steve Dana 1,643 55.30%
Lisa Caldwell 1,318 44.36%

Advisory Proposition 1

Allow marijuana-related businesses

Yes 1,045 32.54%
No 2,166 67.46%

City of Stanwood [TOP]

City Council Position 2

Dianne Warsinske White 659 50.34%
Steve Shepro 648 49.50%

City Council Position 7

Judy Williams 666 51.91%
Mike Braley 612 47.70%

City of Sultan [TOP]

City Council Position 1

Shaun Carr 236 36.09%
Bob McCarty 376 57.49%

City Council Position 2

John Seehuus 473 57.33%
Dustin Burdette 347 42.06%

City Council Position 3

Jason Lee 355 43.83%
Rocky Walker 448 55.31%

City Council Position 6

Marianne Naslund 246 29.89%
Christina Sivewright 572 69.50%

Town of Woodway [TOP]

Town Council Position 3

Andrew DeDonker 72 19.25%
William (Bill) Anderson 300 80.21%

Arlington School District [TOP]

School Board District 3

Judy Fay 3,479 58.65%
Ursula Ghirardo 2,429 40.95%

School Board District 5

Lyanne Rolf 2,326 39.74%
Marc Rosson 3,498 59.76%

Darrington School District [TOP]

School Board District 4

Greg Powell 257 41.59%
Erin Green 361 58.41%

School Board District 5

Dave Holmer 306 50.08%
Jennie Requa 305 49.92%

Edmonds School District [TOP]

School Board District 2

Ann McMurray 16,103 54.61%
Mitchell Below 13,298 45.10%

School Board District 4

Deborah Kilgore 17,532 59.53%
Cathy Baylor 11,785 40.02%

Everett School District [TOP]

School Board Position 5

Pam LeSesne 18,434 80.88%
Janelle Nixon-Burke 4,181 18.34%

Granite Falls School District [TOP]

School Board District 1

David L. Green 1,493 59.82%
Richard (Rick) Short 976 39.10%

Lake Stevens School District [TOP]

School Board District 5

James Little 1,678 24.65%
John Boerger 5,085 74.71%

Marysville School District [TOP]

School Board District 1

Chris Nation 7,375 61.40%
Ray Sheldon Jr. 4,589 38.20%

School Board District 4

Bruce Larson 5,656 47.69%
Vanessa Edwards 6,145 51.82%

Monroe School District [TOP]

School Board District 5

Jerry Martin 3,526 56.05%
Josh Gibson 2,702 42.95%

Mukilteo School District [TOP]

School Board District 4

Shaun Olsen 6,929 50.48%
Geoffrey W. Thorp 6,636 48.35%

Northshore School District [TOP]

School Board District 1

Brian M. Travis 7,882 26.87%
Jacqueline McGourty 21,457 73.13%

School Board District 2

Bob Swain 17,936 61.20%
Sherry Krainick 11,369 38.80%

School Board District 5

Amy Cast 18,701 64.61%
Rob Taft Jr. 10,243 35.39%

Sultan School District [TOP]

School Board District 2

Mike Varnell 1,121 47.68%
Bryon Atkinson 1,014 43.13%

School Board District 5

Kate Roesler 1,385 57.16%
Angie King 1,010 41.68%

Fire District 1 [TOP]

Commissioner Position 3

David F. Chan 9,670 51.37%
Michael Ellis 9,087 48.27%

Fire District 4 [TOP]

Commissioner Position 3

Richard E. Flath 3,597 55.41%
Bill (G.W.) Betten 2,845 43.82%

Fire District 5 [TOP]

Commissioner Position 3

Roger E. Knowlton 813 47.63%
Kelly Geiger 884 51.79%

Fire District 7 [TOP]

Commissioner Position 3

Randy Fay 9,661 69.47%
Rick Edwards 4,180 30.06%

Fire District 10 [TOP]

Proposition 1

Emergency medical services property tax levy

Yes 1,195 70.13%
No 509 29.87%

Fire District 15 [TOP]

Commissioner Position 3

David W. Sherman 449 53.97%
Buckley (Buck) Evans 376 45.19%

Fire District 17 [TOP]

Proposition 1

Lid lift restoring EMS property tax levy

Yes 1,646 68.13%
No 770 31.87%

Fire District 21 [TOP]

Commissioner Position 1

Eric Nordstrom 924 51.53%
Ken Johnson 866 48.30%

Commissioner Position 3

Ed Taft 1,081 60.12%
Steve Meyers 715 39.77%

Fire District 25 [TOP]

Proposition 1

Re-authorization of regular property tax levy

Yes 157 68.86%
No 71 31.14%

Lake Stevens Fire [TOP]

Proposition 1

Lid lift restoring EMS property tax levy

Yes 5,384 65.79%
No 2,800 34.21%

Cascade Hospital District [TOP]

Commissioner Position 5

Timothy H. Cavanagh 4,291 70.03%
Randy Tendering 1,793 29.26%

Edmonds Port District [TOP]

Commissioner District 1

Angela Harris 3,409 53.00%
Fred Gouge 3,014 46.86%

Commissioner District 3

Lora Petso 3,097 47.76%
Bruce Faires 3,374 52.04%

Commissioner Position 5

Susan Paine 2,989 46.33%
Steven A. Johnston 3,451 53.50%

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