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Washington State and Legislative Election Results

Washington State and Legislative Election Results

Initial election results are coming in for statewide races. These numbers will be updated.


Initiative Measure No. 1631 This measure would charge pollution fees on sources of greenhouse gas pollutants and use the revenue to reduce pollution, promote clean energy, and address climate impacts, under oversight of a public board.

Yes 44%

No 56%


Initiative Measure No. 1634 This measure would prohibit new or increased local taxes, fees, or assessments on raw or processed foods or beverages (with exceptions), or ingredients thereof, unless effective by January 15, 2018, or generally applicable.

Yes 54%

No 46%


Initiative Measure No. 1639 This measure would require increased background checks, training, age limitations, and waiting periods for sales or delivery of semiautomatic assault rifles; criminalize noncompliant storage upon unauthorized use; allow fees; and enact other provisions.

Yes 61%

No 39%


Initiative to the Legislature 940 This measure would require law enforcement to receive violence deescalation, mental-health, and first-aid training, and provide first-aid; and change standards for use of deadly force, adding a "good faith" standard and independent investigation.

Yes 60%

No 40%


Advisory Vote No. 19 - Engrossed Second Substitute Senate, Bill 6269 The legislature expanded, without a vote of the people, the oil spill response and administration taxes to crude oil or petroleum products received by pipeline, costing $13,000,000 over ten years for government spending.

Repealed 52%

Maintained 48%


U.S. Senator, 6-year term

Maria Cantwell (Prefers Democratic Party) 59%

Susan Hutchison (Prefers Republican Party) 41%


Congressional District 4 U.S. Representative, 2-year term

Dan Newhouse (Prefers Republican Party) 65%

Christine Brown (Prefers Democratic Party) 35%


Legislative District 8 State Senator, 4-year term

Sharon Raye Brown (Prefers Republican Party) 68%

Leo Perales (Prefers Democrat Party) 32%


Legislative District 8 State Representative Pos. 1, 2-year term

Brad Klippert (Prefers Republican Party) 66%

Shir Regev (Prefers Democratic Party) 34%


Legislative District 8 State Representative Pos. 2, 2-year term

Matt Boehnke (Prefers Republican Party) 67%

Christopher Tracy (Prefers Democratic Party) 33%


Legislative District 16 State Representative Pos. 1, 2-year term

William 'Bill' Jenkin (Prefers Republican Party) 65%

Everett Maroon (Prefers Democratic Party) 35%


Legislative District 16 State Representative Pos. 2, 2-year term

Rebecca Francik (Prefers Democratic Party) 37%

Skyler Rude (Prefers Republican Party) 63%


Legislative District 9 State Representative Pos. 1

Mary Dye (Prefers Republican Party) 70%

Jenn Goulet (Prefers Democratic Party) 30%


Legislative District 9 State Representative Pos. 2

Joe Schmick (Prefers GOP Party) 66%

Matthew Sutherland (Prefers Democratic Party) 34%


Congressional District 5 U.S. Representative

Cathy McMorris Rodgers (Prefers Republican Party) 55%

Lisa Brown (Prefers Democratic Party) 45%



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