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U.S. Senator for Washington State

Patty MurrayTiffany Smiley
  • Patty Murray *WinnerD 56.3%
    1,284,473
  • Tiffany Smiley  R 43.7%
    995,823
* Incumbent
2,280,296
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U.S. Representative for WA Congressional District No. 4

Dan NewhouseDoug White
  • Dan Newhouse *WinnerR 68.6%
    109,748
  • Doug White  D 31.4%
    50,218
* Incumbent
159,966
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U.S. Representative for WA Congressional District No. 5

Cathy McMorris RodgersNatasha Hill
  • Cathy McMorris Rodgers *WinnerR 59.6%
    148,733
  • Natasha Hill  D 40.4%
    100,968
* Incumbent
249,701
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U.S. Representative for WA Congressional District No. 8

Kim SchrierMatt Larkin
  • Kim Schrier *WinnerD 52.1%
    132,862
  • Matt Larkin  R 47.9%
    121,955
* Incumbent
254,817
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Benton & Franklin Counties Superior Court — Judge Pos. 4

Norma RodriguezGeorge F. Cicotte
  • Norma Rodriguez * NP 56.4%
    31,689
  • George F. Cicotte  NP 43.6%
    24,490
* Incumbent
56,179
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Benton County Commissioner — District No. 2

Michael AlvarezWilliam 'Bill' Jenkins
  • Michael Alvarez  R 66.7%
    32,922
  • William 'Bill' Jenkins  R 33.3%
    16,461
49,383
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Benton County Prosecuting Attorney

  • Eric Eisinger  R 50.7%
    25,532
  • Ryan Lukson  R 49.3%
    24,864
50,396
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City of Prosser Prop. 1: Police Station & City Hall Bonds

Voters decide on whether to accept the City Council's ordinance to issue $16.8 million in bonds to replace City Hall & the Prosser police station.

  • No, this proposition should not be approved   86.6%
    1,152
  • Yes, this proposition should be approved   13.4%
    179
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City of Selah Prop. 1: Bonds to Construct Law and Justice Center

Vote to finalize City ordinance and secure bonds for a new Law and Justice Center in Selah.

  • Approved   51.1%
    763
  • Rejected   48.9%
    729
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Columbia School District 400, Prop. 1

Capital Levy for Safety, Security and Infrastructure Improvements

  • Levy — No   57.6%
    300
  • Levy — Yes   42.4%
    221
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East Valley School District 90, Prop. No. 1: Capital Levy to Expand East Valley Central Middle School Commons

Voters decide to impose tax levy in order to relieve overcrowding at East Valley Central Middle School Commons.

  • Levy - No   50.3%
    2,170
  • Levy - Yes   49.7%
    2,146
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Franklin County Commissioner — District No. 3

Clint DidierRick Miller
  • Clint Didier * R 55.0%
    9,440
  • Rick Miller  R 45.0%
    7,718
* Incumbent
17,158
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Franklin County District Court Judge

Trinity OroscoCarlos D. Villarreal
  • Trinity Orosco  NP 64.2%
    10,859
  • Carlos D. Villarreal  NP 35.8%
    6,045
16,904
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Franklin County Sheriff

J.D. RaymondChris Turner
  • J.D. Raymond * R 73.8%
    12,253
  • Chris Turner  R 26.2%
    4,355
* Incumbent
16,608
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Kittitas County Auditor

Bryan ElliottJerry Pettit
  • Bryan Elliott  R 54.3%
    7,806
  • Jerry Pettit * D 45.7%
    6,574
* Incumbent
14,380
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Kittitas County Clerk

  • Karen Bowen  R 62.8%
    7,230
  • Brian Cullinane  R 37.2%
    4,282
11,512
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Kittitas County Coroner

Nicholas 'Nick' HendersonDeborah A. Robinson
  • Nicholas 'Nick' Henderson * R 59.7%
    8,073
  • Deborah A. Robinson  I 40.3%
    5,460
* Incumbent
13,533
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Kittitas County Hospital District 2, Prop. No. 1: Permanent Emergency Medical Services Levy

Voters decide on whether to impose permanent levy for emergency services.

  • Yes   55.4%
    1,970
  • No   44.6%
    1,584
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Kittitas County Hospital District 2, Prop. No. 2: Levy Lid Lift for Health Care Services

Voters decide whether to provide additional funds for health & emergency services through property taxes.

  • Rejected   50.4%
    1,784
  • Approved   49.6%
    1,754
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Kittitas County Upper District Court Judge

Craig JurisEileen Murphy Young
  • Craig Juris  NP 52.5%
    1,823
  • Eileen Murphy Young  NP 47.5%
    1,652
3,475
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Mabton School District 120, Prop. No. 1: Bonds to Improve Safety and Expand and Renovate Mabton Junior/Senior High School

Voters decide to improve Mabton Junior/Senior High School by securing bonds.

  • Rejected   53.1%
    104
  • Approved   46.9%
    92
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Prescott Joint Park and Recreation District Prop. 1

Maintenance & Operation Excess Levy

  • Levy — Yes   67.0%
    71
  • Levy — No   33.0%
    35
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Union Gap School District 2, Prop. No. 1: Bonds to Improve Safety and Construct School Facilities

Voters decide whether to approve $9.65 million bond to improve school infrastructure and safety

  • Approved   53.7%
    232
  • Rejected   46.3%
    200
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Walla Walla County Auditor

Karen MartinMarjorie Denton Sanborn
  • Karen Martin * D 68.1%
    5,765
  • Marjorie Denton Sanborn  D 31.9%
    2,695
* Incumbent
8,460
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Walla Walla County County Commissioner — District No. 3

Gunner FulmerDarren Z. Goble
  • Gunner Fulmer  R 53.7%
    3,337
  • Darren Z. Goble  R 46.3%
    2,877
6,214
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Walla Walla County Prop. 1: Amendment of Juvenile Detention Sales and Use Tax

Voters decide whether the Board of Commissioners can spend funds from a Juvenile detention tax.

  • Yes   56.5%
    4,635
  • No   43.5%
    3,571
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Walla Walla County Prosecuting Attorney

Gabriel E. AcostaMichelle Morales
  • Gabriel E. Acosta  R 62.6%
    5,289
  • Michelle Morales  D 37.4%
    3,161
8,450
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Washington Advisory Vote 39: Aircraft Fuel Tax Increase

Voters decide whether to uphold a statewide tax increase on aircraft fuel.

  • Repeal   59.4%
    1,103,479
  • Maintain   40.6%
    754,675
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Washington Advisory Vote 40: Transportation Network Companies Tax

Voters decide whether to uphold taxes on transportation companies such as ride-sharing services.

  • Repeal   53.1%
    979,269
  • Maintain   46.9%
    866,623
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Washington Secretary of State

Steve HobbsJulie Anderson
  • Steve Hobbs * D 51.5%
    941,089
  • Julie Anderson  NP 48.5%
    887,719
* Incumbent
1,828,808
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Washington State Representative — District 14, Pos. 1

Chris CorryLaurene Contreras
  • Chris Corry * D 69.8%
    16,412
  • Laurene Contreras  NP 30.2%
    7,117
* Incumbent
23,529
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Washington State Representative — District 14, Pos. 2

Gina MosbruckerLiz Hallock
  • Gina Mosbrucker * R 69.8%
    16,485
  • Liz Hallock  NP 30.2%
    7,143
* Incumbent
23,628
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Washington State Representative — District 16, Pos. 1

  • Mark Klicker * R 69.8%
    17,855
  • Jeff Strickler  D 30.2%
    7,723
* Incumbent
25,578
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Washington State Representative — District 16, Pos. 2

Skyler RudeJan Corn
  • Skyler Rude * R 72.1%
    18,397
  • Jan Corn  D 27.9%
    7,115
* Incumbent
25,512
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Washington State Representative — District 8, Pos. 1

Stephanie BarnardPatrick Guettner
  • Stephanie Barnard  R 74.5%
    24,832
  • Patrick Guettner  R 25.5%
    8,491
33,323
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Washington State Representative — District 8, Pos. 2

April ConnorsJoe Cotta
  • April Connors  R 56.8%
    19,415
  • Joe Cotta  R 43.2%
    14,784
34,199
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Washington State Senator — District 15

Nikki TorresLindsey Keesling
  • Nikki Torres  R 66.9%
    5,693
  • Lindsey Keesling  D 33.1%
    2,823
8,516
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Washington State Senator — District 8

Matt BoehnkeRonni Batchelor
  • Matt Boehnke  R 73.0%
    27,112
  • Ronni Batchelor  I 27.0%
    10,052
37,164
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Yakima County Clerk

Billie MaggardMischa Venables
  • Billie Maggard  R 59.3%
    20,389
  • Mischa Venables  R 40.7%
    14,018
34,407
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Yakima County Commissioner — District No. 1

Amanda McKinneyAngie Girard
  • Amanda McKinney * R 68.9%
    16,490
  • Angie Girard  D 31.1%
    7,448
* Incumbent
23,938
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Yakima County Commissioner — District No. 2

Kyle CurtisDulce Gutierrez
  • Kyle Curtis  R 58.7%
    5,808
  • Dulce Gutierrez  D 41.3%
    4,092
9,900
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Yakima County Commissioner — District No. 3

LaDon LindeSteven Saunders
  • LaDon Linde * R 53.3%
    3,035
  • Steven Saunders  R 46.7%
    2,660
* Incumbent
5,695
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Yakima County Coroner

James 'Jim' CurticeMarshall Slight
  • James 'Jim' Curtice * R 77.3%
    27,505
  • Marshall Slight  R 22.7%
    8,061
* Incumbent
35,566
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Yakima County District Court Judge, Pos. 1

Gary HintzeWes Gano
  • Gary Hintze  NP 65.9%
    23,817
  • Wes Gano  NP 34.1%
    12,335
36,152
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Yakima County Prop. 1: Emergency Medical Service Levies

Authorizing property tax levies through 2029 with funds going toward emergency medical services.

  • EMS Levy Authorization - Yes   72.4%
    29,152
  • EMS Levy Authorization - No   27.6%
    11,124
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