Candidate for U.S. Congress Dr. Kim Schrier speaks at the Washington State Democratic Party’s 2018 Election Night Watch Party at the Bellevue Hilton on Tuesday. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Candidate for U.S. Congress Dr. Kim Schrier speaks at the Washington State Democratic Party’s 2018 Election Night Watch Party at the Bellevue Hilton on Tuesday. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Big corporations were among the winners of Tuesday’s voting

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