Final primary election results for Snohomish County

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

Results from the primary election of Aug. 7, 2018, for Snohomish County and the state of Washington, as certified on Aug. 21, 2018.

Excluded are races with fewer than three candidates.

The top two finishers advance to the general election in November, regardless of party affiliation.

Results for multi-county jurisdictions include both counties. For Snohomish County races, percentages are calculated to account for write-in votes.

Party preference abbreviations: (C) Centrist; (D) Democrat; (FD) FDFR; (FS) Freedom Socialist; (G) Green; (HR) Human Rights; (I) Independent; (L) Libertarian; (N) No party preference; (R) Republican; (SA) StandupAmerica.

Results on this page:

Official government results pages are here.

Federal

U.S. Senate

Thor Amundson (I) 9,391 0.55%
Dave Strider (I) 6,820 0.40%
Joey Gibson (R) 38,661 2.27%
Mike Luke (L) 12,297 0.72%
GoodSpaceGuy (R) 7,053 0.41%
Clint R. Tannehill (D) 35,764 2.10%
Maria Cantwell (D) 929,699 54.68%
Susan Hutchison (R) 413,195 24.30%
Brad Chase (FD) 2,655 0.16%
Tim Owen (R) 23,158 1.36%
Matthew D. Heines (R) 7,733 0.45%
Sam Wright (HR) 3,759 0.22%
Art Coday (R) 30,646 1.80%
John Orlinski (R) 6,901 0.41%
Charlie R. Jackson (I) 2,411 0.14%
Keith Swank (R) 39,805 2.34%
Alex Tsimerman (SA) 1,366 0.08%
RC Smith (R) 2,237 0.13%
Don L. Rivers (D) 12,634 0.74%
Jennifer Gigi Ferguson (I) 25,221 1.48%
Steve Hoffman (FS) 7,389 0.43%
George H. Kalberer (D) 2,445 0.14%
James Robert “Jimmie” Deal (G) 3,847 0.23%
Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente (R) 5,723 0.34%
Jon Butler (I) 2,016 0.12%
Dave Bryant (R) 33,961 2.00%
Mohammad Said (D) 8,648 0.51%
Matt Hawkins (R) 13,316 0.78%
Glen R. Stockwell (R) 11,608 0.68%

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U.S House of Representatives

District 1

Robert Mair (N) 1,622 0.91%
Adam Pilskog (N) 5,007 2.80%
Suzan DelBene (D) 106,107 59.30%
Jeffrey Beeler (R) 45,830 25.61%
Scott Stafne (R) 20,354 11.38%

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District 2

Collin Richard Carlson (D) 12,058 7.70%
Uncle Mover (R) 11,832 7.56%
Brian Luke (L) 12,320 7.87%
Stonewall Jackson Bird (Stoney) (G) 6,525 4.17%
Rick Larsen (D) 101,497 64.85%
Gary Franco (I) 12,269 7.84%

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Legislature

District 1

Representative

Colin McMahon (N) 2,603 7.29%
Josh Colver (R) 9,192 25.73%
Derek Stanford (D) 23,927 66.98%

Representative

Debra Blodgett (R) 11,142 31.04%
Matt Seymour (L) 2,121 5.91%
Shelley Kloba (D) 22,638 63.06%

District 21

Senator

Scott West (I) 2,206 7.08%
Riaz Khan (D) 4,076 13.09%
Mario Lionel Lotmore (R) 9,637 30.94%
Marko Liias (D) 15,176 48.73%

District 32

Senator

James Wood (R) 9,104 24.03%
Maralyn Chase (D) 14,309 37.76%
Jesse Salomon (D) 14,477 38.21%

Representative

Keith Smith (C) 2,324 6.19%
Diodato (Dio) Boucsieguez (R) 8,003 21.32%
Cindy Ryu (D) 27,207 72.49%

Representative

Chris Roberts (D) 8,751 23.35%
Lauren Davis (D) 19,821 52.88%
Frank Deisler (R) 8,913 23.78%

District 38

Senator

Bruce Overstreet (D) 7,460 29.07%
John McCoy (D) 10,235 39.89%
Savio Pham (R) 7,843 30.57%

District 39

Senator

Claus Joens (D) 11,521 37.81%
Jamal Rabieh (I) 1,523 5.00%
Keith L. Wagoner (R) 9,186 30.15%
Elizabeth Scott (R) 8,239 27.04%

Representative

Robert J. Sutherland (R) 11,800 39.51%
Ivan Lewis (D) 13,692 45.84%
Randy J Hayden (R) 4,375 14.65%

District 44

Senator

Jeremy Fitch (L) 1,365 3.85%
Doug Roulstone (R) 14,522 40.95%
Steve Hobbs (D) 19,509 55.02%

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Snohomish County PUD

Public utility district

Commissioner, District 1

Mary Rollins 14,364 30.19%
Bruce King 13,227 27.80%
Sidney (Sid) Logan 14,602 30.70%
Sam Buchanan 5,378 11.31%

Commissioner, District 2

Rebecca Wolfe 15,007 30.83%
Maggie Mae 4,190 8.61%
Kathleen (Kathy) Vaughn 13,507 27.75%
David Chan 13,705 28.16%
Kaili Chickering 1,935 3.98%

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City of Everett

City Council

Position 4

Tyler Rourke 7,146 42.75%
Ethel McNeal 3,845 23.00%
Liz Vogeli 5,539 33.14%

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City of Marysville

Proposition 1

Criminal justice sales and use tax increase

Approved 6,312 53.56%
Rejected 5,474 46.44%

City of Mukilteo

Proposition 1

Emergency services levy lid lift

Yes 2,452 42.94%
No 3,258 57.06%

Fire District 5

Proposition 1

Maintenance and operations levy requires 60%

Yes 1,291 68.27%
No 600 31.73%

Fire District 16

Proposition 1

Fire and emergency medical services property tax

Approved 429 62.90%
Rejected 253 37.10%

Fire District 19

Proposition 1

Emergency medical services levy lid lift

Approved 555 59.94%
Rejected 371 40.06%

Fire District 21

Proposition 1

Fire and emergency medical services property tax

Approved 1,177 51.87%
Rejected 1,092 48.13%

Fire District 24

Proposition 1

Property tax levy

Approved 385 50.93%
Rejected 371 49.07%

Lake Stevens Fire

Proposition 1

Fire and emergency medical property tax

Approved 5,925 57.49%
Rejected 4,382 42.51%

South County Fire & Rescue

Proposition 1

Emergency medical services property tax

Yes 20,648 61.48%
No 12,937 38.52%

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Island County

Washington Court of Appeals

Judge, Division 1

Tom SeGuine 29,407 28.76%
Lisa Keeler 22,474 21.98%
Cecily Hazelrigg-Hernandez 24,197 23.67%
Roger Leishman 9,597 9.39%
Rita Latsinova 16,560 16.20%

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Official government results pages:

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