Snohomish County special election results for Feb. 11, 2020

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

Snohomish County special election results for Feb. 11, 2020

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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