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Here are the returns for contested races and ballot measures — and links to official election websites.
Republican Joe Fain of Auburn, under the cloud of a rape allegation, conceded Friday.
Rep. Mark Harmsworth concedes to Democrat Jared Mead in hotly contested race in Snohomish County.
The 50-year-old pediatrician beat Republican Dino Rossi, who conceded Wednesday night.
One Republican state lawmaker could be out of his job, while another trails in a close race.
So were gun-safety advocates. But the governor and others concerned about climate change came up short.
After a second day of ballot-counting, there were no changes in outcomes from Tuesday’s election.
And in a council race, Liz Vogeli, with more than 51 percent of the vote, was leading Tyler Rourke.
The results allowed both parties to claim partial victory but highlighted an extraordinary realignment of voters.
For example, voter rejection of the carbon-fee measure shows a need for careful environmental policy.
I-1634, the so-called grocery-tax ban, and I-940, related to police training, were passing.
The district is centered in Spokane and has not elected a Democrat since 1992.
Voters were supporting a countywide tax for emergency radios, rejecting an Arlington schools bond.
Cantwell will be serving her fourth term.
The Democrats picked up at least 10 Republican-held House seats across the east in early returns.
Here’s a list of links to everything we’ve written about Tuesday’s general election.
Only Washington, Oregon and Colorado conduct all elections exclusively by mail. In California, it’s an option.
With so much at stake up and down the ballot, turnout is expected to eclipse 75 percent.
You can also mail your ballot without a stamp — this year, anyway.
Whoever is elected will have some tough decisions to make next year.