Snohomish County special election results for Feb. 11, 2020

Levies require a simple majority to pass. Bonds require a 60% majority to pass.

Updated returns from the special election of Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2020, for Snohomish County as of Thursday, Feb. 13, at 5:09 p.m.

Levies require a simple majority to pass. Bonds require a 60% majority to pass.

Passage also requires a minimum turnout, which varies by jurisdiction. You can see passage requirements here.

The next results update is expected Tuesday around 5 p.m.

Error reports and questions:


Arlington School District

Proposition 1

Renew expiring programs and operations levy

Yes 4,717 55.99%
No 3,708 44.01%

Proposition 2

Capital levy for security and classrooms

Yes 4,462 52.79%
No 3,990 47.21%

Proposition 3

Bonds for new middle school

Approved 4,380 52.58%
Rejected 3,950 47.42%


Darrington School District

Proposition 1

Programs and operations levy

Yes 341 43.00%
No 452 57.00%


Edmonds School District

Proposition 1

Capital improvement and construction bonds

Approved 18,080 56.27%
Rejected 14,051 43.73%

Proposition 2

Capital and technology levy

Yes 18,697 58.21%
No 13,423 41.79%


Lakewood School District

Proposition 1

Programs and operations levy

Yes 1,452 44.98%
No 1,776 55.02%

Proposition 2

Technology and capital improvements levy

Yes 1,504 46.61%
No 1,723 53.39%


Marysville School District

Proposition 1

Capital levy for elementary schools and safety

Yes 6,160 41.40%
No 8,720 58.60%


Monroe School District

Proposition 1

Technology and capital projects levy

Yes 3,547 46.91%
No 4,015 53.09%


Mukilteo School District

Proposition 1

General obligation bonds

Yes 8,895 60.40%
No 5,832 39.60%


Snohomish School District

Proposition 1

Bonds for schools and safety

Approved 7,103 46.66%
Rejected 8,120 53.34%


Stanwood-Camano School District

Proposition 1

Programs and operations levy

Yes 5,966 56.66%
No 4,563 43.34%


Fire District 15

Proposition 1

Emergency medical services levy

Approved 629 65.66%
Rejected 329 34.34%

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