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election results(Aug. 3, 2016) — Following are the 2016 primary election results as of this morning in races where the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO made an endorsement. The WSLC-endorsed candidate is in bold.

The top two vote-getters in each race advance to the General Election in November. There are still quite a few ballots to be counted, so the outcome of close races remains in doubt. Follow the links for the latest updated results.


CONGRESS

 

CD 3
Jaime Herrera Beutler (R) 53.85%, Jim Moeller (D) 25.67%
6 candidates: total (R) 53.85%, total (D) 43.42%

CD 5
Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R) 41.32%, Joe Pakootas (D) 32.36%
5 candidates: (R) 52.30%, (D) 32.36

CD 7
Pramila Jayapal (D) 38.21%, Joe McDermott (D) 21.54%, Brady Walkinshaw (D) 20.93%

CD 8
Dave Reichert (R) 57.53%, Tony Ventrella (D) 17.34% withdrew, Santiago Ramos (D) 12.58%, Alida Skold (D) 8.43%
6 candidates: (R) 57.53%, (D) 38.35%

CD 9
Adam Smith (D) 56.79%, Doug Basler (R) 24.83%
5 candidates: (D) 72.89%, (R) 24.83%

CD 10
Denny Heck (D) 46.96%, Jim Postma (R) 36.94%
4 candidates: (D) 59.51%, (R) 36.94%


STATEWIDE

 

Governor
Jay Inslee (D) 48.57%, Bill Bryant (R) 38.14%
11 candidates: (D) 53.64%, (R) 43.33%

Lt. Governor
Marty McClendon (R) 20.35%, Cyrus Habib (D) 19.57%, Karen Fraser (D) 16.27%, Steve Hobbs (D) 15.61%
11 candidates: (D) 56.51%, (R) 39.22%

Secretary of State
Kim Wyman (R) 48.46%, Tina Podlodowski (D) 45.74%
3 candidates: Libertarian 5.8%

State Treasurer
Duane Davidson (R) 25.48%, Michael Waite (R) 23.64%, John Comerford (D) 18.66%, Marko Liias (D) 18.33%
5 candidates: (D) 50.88%, (R) 49.12%, but only the two Republicans will advance to the General Election

State Auditor
Mark Miloscia (R) 37.43%, Pat McCarthy (D) 30.83%, Jeff Sprung (D) 21.3%
5 candidates: (D) 52.13%, (R) 37.43%

Attorney General
Bob Ferguson (D) 72.78%, Joshua Trumbull (L) 27.22%

Lands Commissioner
Steve McLaughlin (R) 39.12%, Hilary Franz (D) 20.83%, Dave Upthegrove (D) 13.53%
7 candidates: (D) 56.19%, (R) 39.12%

Superintendent of Public Instruction
Erin Jones 22.75%, Chris Reykdal 20.59%, Ron Higgins 17.15%
9 candidates

Insurance Commissioner
Mike Kreidler
(D) 57.62%, Richard Schrock (R) 35.26%


SUPREME COURT

 

Position 5
Barbara Madsen 64.28%, Greg Zempel 29.16%, “Zamboni” John Scannell 6.55%

Madsen appeared on the Primary ballot because she has more than one challenger. Justices Mary Yu and Charles Wiggins each face one challenger and will appear on the General Election ballot.


LEGISLATIVE

(Key races only, see all State Legislative results here.)

LD 1 Senate (currently D)
Mindie Wirth (R) 40.46%, Luis Moscoso (D) 29.89%, Guy Palumbo (D) 29.65%
Moscoso and Palumbo are 35 votes apart

LD 5 Senate (D)
Mark Mullet
(D) 50.15%, Chad Magendanz (R) 49.85%
46 votes apart

LD 5 Representative Pos. 2 (R)
Paul Graves (R) 47.17%, Darcy Burner (D) 36.14%, Matt Larson (D) 16.69%
3 candidates: (D) 52.83%, (R) 47.17%

LD 10 Senate (R)
Barbara Bailey (R) 51.44%, Angie Homola (D) 39.21%, Nick Petrish (D) 9.35%
3 candidates: (R) 51.44%, (D) 48.56%

LD 17 Senate (R)
Tim Probst (D) 50.67%, Lynda Wilson (R) 49.33%
212 votes apart

LD 17 Representative Pos. 1 (R)
Vicki Kraft (R) 31.95%, Sam Kim (D) 21.51%, Don Orange (D) 19.04%
6 candidates: (D) 52.96%, (R) 47.04%

LD 19 Representative Pos. 1 (D)
Jim Walsh (R) 29.9, J.D. Rossetti (D) 24.64%, Teresa Purcell (D) 23.44%
Rossetti and Purcell are 204 votes apart
5 candidates: (D) 56.83, (R) 43.17%

LD 22 Representative Pos. 1 (D)
Laurie Dolan (D) 30.27%, Donald Austin (R) 29.58%, Karen Johnson (D) 19.06%
5 candidates: (D) 70.42%, (R) 29.58%

LD 26 Representative Pos. 1 (R)
Jesse Young (R) 37.74%, Larry Seaquist (D) 36.95%
4 candidates: (D) 50.59%, (R) 49.41%

LD 28 Senate (R)
Steve O’Ban (R) 53.91, Marisa Peloquin (D) 46.09 %

LD 28 Representative Pos. 1 (R)
Richard Muri (R) 53.25%, Mari Leavitt (D) 38.92%
3 candidates: (R) 53.25%, (D) 46.75%

LD 28 Representative Pos. 2 (D)
Christine Kilduff (D) 50.81%, Paul Wagemann 27.46%
4 candidates: (D) 50.81%, (R) 46.07%, (L) 3.12%

LD 30 Representative Pos. 1 (R)
Mike Pellicciotti (D) 51.77%, Linda Kochmar (R) 48.23%

LD 30 Representative Pos. 2 (R)
Kristine Reeves (D) 50.23%, Teri Hickel (R) 49.77%
55 votes apart

LD 31 Representative Pos. 2 (D)
Phil Fortunato (R) 39.51%, Lane Walthers (D) 37.13%
4 candidates: (R) 62.87%, (D) 37.13%

LD 41 Senate (R)
Steve Litzow (R) 48.72%, Lisa Wellman (D) 47.69%
169 votes apart
3 candidates: (L) 3.59%

LD 43 Representative Pos. 1 (D)
Nicole Marci (D) 49.11%, Dan Shih (D) 25.91%… Marcus Courtney (D) 3.25%

LD 44 Representative Pos. 1 (D)
John Lovick (D) 51.95%, Janice Huxford (R) 45.23
3 candidates: (I) 2.82

LD 44 Representative Pos. 2 (R)
Mark Harmsworth (R) 51.71, Katrina Ondracek (D) 31.12%
5 candidates: (R) 51.71, (D) 44.36%, (I) 3.93%

LD 49 Representative Pos. 2 (D)
Monica Stonier (D) 37.34%, Alishia Topper (D) 28.07%, Carolyn Crain (R) 18.09%

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