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Pro-worker candidates fare well in primary election

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UPDATED (Aug. 11, 2022) — Candidates endorsed by the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO made a strong showing in the state’s Aug. 2 primary election, including several candidates where the WSLC’s Labor Neighbor grassroots political program was active over the past several weeks.

The top two vote-getters in each of the races will advance to the general election on Tuesday, Nov. 8.

Following are selected 2022 primary election results as of 6 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 11. Check Vote.WA.gov for the latest results. (Candidates endorsed by the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO are listed in bold; and * denotes incumbents.)

 


CONGRESS

 

U.S. SENATE

Patty Murray* (D) 52.36%
Tiffany Smiley (R) 33.6%

U.S. HOUSE — CD 3

Marie Gluesenkamp Perez (D) 31.02%
Joe Kent (R) 22.78%
Jaime Herrera Beutler* (R) 22.29%
Heidi St. John (R) 16%
Vicki Kraft (R) 3.2%

U.S. HOUSE — CD 4

Dan Newhouse* (R) 25.48%
Doug White (D) 25.21%
Loren Culp (R) 21.45%
Jerrod Sessler (R) 12.22%
Brad Klippert (R) 10.37%

U.S. HOUSE — CD 8

Kim Schrier* (D) 47.87%
Matt Larkin (R) 17%
Reagan Dunn (R) 14.45%
Jesse Jensen (R) 12.91%

See all of the latest federal election results.

 


STATEWIDE OFFICES

SECRETARY OF STATE

Steve Hobbs* (D) 40.05%
Julie Anderson (I) 12.83%
Keith Wagoner (R) 12.12%
Bob Hagglund (R) 12%
Mark Miloscia (R) 10.03%

See the latest results for Secretary of State.

 


STATE LEGISLATURE

 

10th LD – HOUSE Pos. 1

Clyde Shavers (D) 51.87%
Greg Gilday (R) 47.97%

10th LD – HOUSE Pos. 2

Dave Paul* (D) 54.2%
Karen Lesetmoe (R) 45.68%

17th LD – HOUSE Pos. 1

Terri Niles (D) 43.43%
Kevin Waters (R) 22.93%
Hannah Joy (R) 19.52%
Anthony Ho (R) 14.02%

17th LD – HOUSE Pos. 2

Joe Kear (D) 44.52%
Paul Harris (R) 30.19%
Earl Bowerman (R) 12.92%
Justin Forsman (R) 12.2%

18th LD – HOUSE Pos. 1

Stephanie McClintock (R) 52.66%
John Zingale
(D) 47.13%

18th LD – HOUSE Pos. 2

Duncan Camacho (D) 44.31%
Greg Cheney (R) 20.72%
John Ley (R) 20.01%
Brad Benton (R) 14.8%

22nd LD – HOUSE Pos. 1

Beth Doglio (D) 50.36%
Loretta Byrnes (R) 19.94%
Sans Gilmore (R) 11.58%
Maria Siguenza (D) 11.16%

26th LD – SENATE

Emily Randall* (D) 51.53%
Jesse Young (R) 44.35%
David Crissman (R) 4.05%

26th LD – HOUSE Pos. 1

Adison Richards (D) 50.07%
Spencer Hutchins (R) 49.84%

26th LD – HOUSE Pos. 2

Michelle Caldier* (R) 54.91%
Matt Macklin (D) 44.92%

28th LD – HOUSE Pos. 1

Mari Leavitt* (D) 57.29%
Gabe Sachwitz (R) 20.41%
Victor Hogan (R) 16.67%
Dre Le Blanc (R) 5.52%

28th LD – HOUSE Pos. 2

Dan Bronoske* (D) 54.16%
Susanna Keilman (R) 26.11%
Chris Nye (R) 19.54%

29th LD – HOUSE Pos. 1

Melanie Morgan* (D) 47.9%
Brett Johnson (R) 41.54%
Tim Monaghan (D) 10.4%

29th LD – HOUSE Pos. 2

Sharlett Mena (D) 42.49%
David Figuracion (R) 41.24%
Melissa Knott (D) 16.11%

30th LD – SENATE

Claire Wilson* (D) 54.1%
Linda Kochmar (R) 36.72%
Mark Christie (R) 9.03%

30th LD – HOUSE Pos. 1

Jamila Taylor* (D) 54.06%
Casey Jones (R) 31.46%
Paul McDaniel (R) 11.43%
Janis Clark (R) 2.92%

30th LD – HOUSE Pos. 2

Kristine Reeves (D) 42.95%
Ashli Tagoai (R) 37.07%
Carey Anderson (D) 13.91%
C. Mark Greene (GOP) 5.92%

34th LD – HOUSE Pos. 1

Emily Alvarado (D) 54.02%
Leah Griffin (D) 31.22%
Jolie Lansdowne (R) 14.62%

35th LD – SENATE

Drew MacEwan* (R) 54.89%
Julianne Gale (D) 45%

35th LD – HOUSE Pos. 2

Sandy Kaiser (D) 45.37%
Travis Couture (R) 26.98%
Patti Case (R) 16.86%
Tiffany Sevruk (R) 10.73%

36th LD – HOUSE Pos. 1

Julia Reed (D) 55.09%
Jeff Manson (D) 13.56%
Nicole Gomez (D) 10.47%
Waylon Robert (D) 10.43%
Elizabeth Tyler Crone (D) 9.54%

37th LD – HOUSE Pos. 2

Chipalo Street (D) 41.53%
Emijah Smith (D) 35.4%
Nimco Bulale (D) 11.93%
Andrew Ashiofu (D) 9.99%

38th LD – HOUSE Pos. 1

Julio Cortes (D) 39.54%
Gary Kemp (R) 22.18%
Daryl Williams (D) 20.2%
Bert Johnson (R) 17.96%

38th LD – HOUSE Pos. 2

Mary Fosse (D) 55.86%
Mark James (R) 38.33%

39th LD – HOUSE Pos. 1

Robert Sutherland* (R) 33.2%
Sam Low (R) 27.16%
Claus Joens (D) 23.14%
Karl de Jong (D) 16.34%

40th LD – HOUSE Pos. 2

Alex Ramel* (D) 73.18%
Trevor Smith (D) 23.66%

42nd LD – SENATE

Sharon Shewmake (D) 47.06%
Simon Sefzik (R) 33.15%
Ben Elenbaas (R) 19.75%

42nd LD – HOUSE Pos. 1

Alicia Rule* (D) 48.68%
Tawsha Thompson (R) 35.24%
Kamal Bhachu (R) 16.01%

42nd LD – HOUSE Pos. 2

Joe Timmons (D) 28.86%
Dan Johnson (R) 27.9%
Kyle Christensen (R) 23.79%
Richard May (D) 19.38%

44th LD – SENATE

John Lovick* (D) 58.28%
Jeb Brewer (R) 41.6%

44th LD – HOUSE Pos. 1

Brandy Donaghy (D) 53.48%
Mark Harmsworth (R) 46.41%

44th LD – HOUSE Pos. 2

April Berg* (D) 56.57%
Ryne Rohla (R) 43.35%

46th LD – HOUSE Pos. 2

Darya Farivar (D) 31.6%
Lelach Rave (D) 28.06%
Melissa Taylor (D) 19.01%
Nancy Connolly (D) 15.83%

47th LD – SENATE

Bill Boyce (R) 45.57%
Claudia Kauffman (D) 27.25%
Satwinder Kaur (D) 27.03%

47th LD – HOUSE Pos. 1

Debra Entenman* (D) 55.28%
Kyle Lyebyedyev (R) 30.97%
Jessie Ramsey (R) 13.6%

47th LD – HOUSE Pos. 2

Chris Stearns (D) 33.43%
Shukri Olow (D) 19.59%
Barry Knowles (R) 17.47%
Ted Cooke (R) 15.17%
Carmen Goers (R) 14.26%

 

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