Returns for contested races and ballot measures, updated daily as mail-in ballots are counted.
Cortes and Kemp will battle for an open House seat. Schrier and Larkin will face off in the 8th Congressional District.
When uploaded to the state’s website, a precinct got tallied twice, throwing the numbers off. The error was quickly fixed.
And Democrat Patty Murray will face Republican Tiffany Smiley for U.S. Senate, in a race that has already seen mudslinging.
Meanwhile, Everett and Marysville voters were backing Democrats for two open state House seats.
Former state Sen. Steve Hobbs, of Lake Stevens, faced seven challengers for the job he was appointed to last year.
For several races, primary voters will determine which two candidates will move to the Nov. 8 election.
Precinct Committee Officers are grassroots party races at the bottom of the ballot, maybe. The storylines are no less interesting.
A round up of The Herald’s election coverage.
Republicans are dueling one another for legislative and congressional seats — and spending big against incumbents.
The dollar figure will rise before the election Tuesday. Read the fine print: Hit pieces aren’t directly from the candidates.
The usual issues are at play. Meanwhile, the Senate race has an intraparty primary contest.
Tanya Olson is seeking a fourth term. Jordan Sears, a Gold Bar council member, and Ken Maertens, engineer, want the job too.
Ballots are due Tuesday. Here’s your chance to set the ballot for the Nov. 8 general election.
Her Republican challenger Tiffany Smiley, a former nurse from Pasco, contends it is time for a new senator.
The incumbent lawmaker and county councilman are a contrast of styles, with many parallels in actual policy.
In the 39th District, a Democrat, a Republican and an Independent are trying to oust the two-term GOP incumbent.
Sen. Steve Hobbs of Lake Stevens was sworn into the position last November. Now, he faces challengers.
With open seats, voters have the chance to build a team that balances voices from both parties.
Jesse Salomon, in the 32nd, and June Robinson, in the 38th, have records of legislative success.