Final certified results for South County legislative districts

Results of the Nov. 6 general election became official a last week.

Here are results in the three legislative districts that include south Snohomish County:

1st Legislative District

In Snohomish County, part of Mountlake Terrace, Brier, Bothell, unincorporated areas north and east of Bothell. In King County, Bothell, north Kirkland, unincorporated areas between Bothell and Kirkland

Snohomish County turnout: 82.23%

King County turnout: 84.48%

For vote totals, Click here.

State Senator, 1st Legislative District

Rosemary McAuliffe (D-Bothell) 37,316 votes — 55.49%

Dawn McCravey (R-Bothell) 29,932 votes — 44.51%

For vote totals by county, click here.

State Representative, 1st District, Position 1

Derek Stanford (D-Bothell) 37,824 votes — 57.85%

Sandy Guinn (R-Bothell) 27,559 votes — 42.15%

For vote totals by county, click here.

State Representative, 1st District, Position 2

Luis Moscoso (D-Mountlake Terrace) 38,346 votes — 61.14%

Mark T. Davies (No party-Bothell) 24,373 votes — 38.86%

For vote totals by county, click here.

21st Legislative District

Most of Edmonds, north Lynnwood, Mukilteo, south Everett

Turnout: 80.19%

State Representative, 21st District, Position 1

Mary Helen Roberts (D-Lynnwood) 44,616 votes — 96.81%

Write-In 1,469 votes — 3.19%

State Representative, 21st District, Position 2

Marko Liias (D-Mukilteo) 34,231 — 60.52%

Kevin Morrison (R-Edmonds) 22,231 — 39.30%

Write-In 104 — 0.18%

32nd Legislative District

In Snohomish County, south Edmonds, Woodway and nearby unincorporated areas, Lynnwood, part of Mountlake Terrace. In King County, Shoreline, part of northwest Seattle.

Snohomish County turnout: 80.40%

King County turnout: 83.13%

For vote totals, click here.

State Representative, 32nd District, Position 1

Cindy Ryu (D-Shoreline) 45,276 — 72.2%

Randy Hayden (R-Edmonds) 17,429 — 27.8%

For vote totals by county, click here.

State Representative, 32nd District, Position 2

Ruth Kagi (D-Shoreline) 45,495 — 72.89%

Robert Reedy (R-Mountlake Terrace) 16,917 — 27.11%

For vote totals by county, click here.

Evan Smith can be reached at schsmith@frontier.com

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