Officials say turnout could reach 41 percent. They still have close to half the ballots to tally.
A conservative electorate, a tug of war in Mukilteo and other takeaways from Election Night
Initiative 976 is passing statewide, buoyed by nearly 62 percent support in Snohomish County
Ty Trenary wants to stay with the sheriff’s office. Sgt. Adam Fortney will take over Jan. 1.
Those outcomes could deal a considerable blow to Trump amid impeachment proceedings.
It was passing in King County, the state’s most populous, it was being rejected in most other areas.
Edmonds and Lake Stevens voters chose new mayors, as Mukilteans opted against restructuring City Hall.
Democrat Megan Dunn had a narrow lead in a deep-blue district, other county races too close to call.
Changes won’t be made yet, but the outcome may direct the county council’s discussions on the topic.
In the first batch of votes, Sgt. Adam Fortney held the lead over Sheriff Ty Trenary, 56–43 percent.
The backing of Keith Pappas, who dropped out, created rancor in the Stanwood-Camano School Board race.
And if you’re not registered and want to vote, it’s not too late.
Brett Gailey and Kurt Hilt are running to take over for Mayor John Spencer.
On Wednesday, parents had called for Stanwood-Camano school board president Al Schreiber to resign.
School district leaders said little to ease concerns about suspect campaign tactics.
There’s no cost to voting but millions of dollars are getting spent to influence how ballots are cast
They are asking voters to approve property tax proposals, their main source of revenue.
The outgoing auditor, Carolyn Weikel, says one candidate’s claims about experience are “flatly not true.”
Stephanie Wright is seeking a third term. Opponent Willie Russell is campaigning as a change agent.
District 1 port commissioner Bruce Fingarson and David Simpson square off for a seat at the port.