The Stranger Election Control Board Presents

ELECTION RESULTS

For the November 8, 2016 General Election

Federal

President and Vice President of the United States

Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine (D)218 electoral votes
Donald J. Trump and Michael R. Pence (R)276 electoral votes
Alyson Kennedy and Osborne Hart (SWP)0 electoral votes
Gloria Estela La Riva and Eugene Purgera (PSL)0 electoral votes
Jill Stein and Ajamu Baraka (GRE)0 electoral votes
Darrell L. Castle and Scott N. Bradley (CON)0 electoral votes
Gary Johnson and Bill Weld (LIB)0 electoral votes
last updated at 12:44AM 11/9/16

US Senator

Patty Murray (D) - 60.79%
Chris Vance (R) - 39.21%

US Representative Congressional District 1

Suzan DelBene (D) - 57.18%
Robert J. Sutherland (R) - 42.82%

US Representative Congressional District 7

Pramila Jayapal (D) - 57.32%
Brady Piñero Walkinshaw (D) - 42.68%

US Representative Congressional District 8

Tony Ventrella (D) - 42.03%
Dave Reichert (R) - 57.97%

US Representative Congressional District 9

Adam Smith (D) - 74.46%
Doug Basler (R) - 25.54%

Initiatives to the people

Initiative Measure No. 1433
(Minimum Wage Increase)

Yes - 59.46%
No - 40.54%

Initiative Measure No. 1464
(Public Campaign Financing)

Yes - 47.42%
No - 52.58%

Initiative Measure No. 1491
(Extreme Risk Protection Orders)

Yes - 71.15%
No - 28.85%

Initiative Measure No. 1501
(Supposedly: Grandma; Really: Unions)

Yes - 71.57%
No - 28.43%

Initiatives to the legislature

Initiative Measure No. 732
(Carbon Tax)

Yes - 41.44%
No - 58.56%

Initiative Measure No. 735
(Opposing Citizens United)

Yes - 63.82%
No - 36.18%

Advisory Votes

Advisory Vote No. 14
(Washington Healthplanfinder Dental Plans)

Yes - 68.48%
No - 31.52%

Advisory Vote No. 15
(Electric Car Tax Exemption)

Yes - 59.73%
No - 40.27%

Proposed Amendment to the State Constitution

Senate Joint Resolution No. 8210
(Move Redistricting Up By 46 Days)

Yes - 77.73%
No - 22.27%

County

King County Charter Amendment No. 1
(Remove Partisan Labels from King County Prosecutor’s Office)

Yes - 75.37%
No - 24.63%

King County Charter Amendments No. 2
(Gender-Neutral Language in County Charter)

Yes - 67.09%
No - 32.91%

State

Governor

Jay Inslee (D) - 56.3%
Bill Bryant (R) - 43.7%

Lieutenant Governor

Cyrus Habib (D) - 55.8%
Marty McClendon (R) - 44.2%

Secretary of State

Tina Podlodowski (D) - 46.85%
Kim Wyman (R) - 53.15%

State Treasurer

Duane Davidson (D) - 58.66%
Michael Waite (R) - 41.34%

State Auditor

Pat (Patrice) McCarthy (D) - 54.02%
Mark Miloscia (R) - 45.98%

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson (D) - 69.22%
Joshua B. Trumbull (Lib.) - 30.78%

Commissioner of Public Lands

Hilary Franz (D) - 54.89%
Steve McLaughlin (R) - 45.11%

Superintendent of Public Instruction

Chris Reykdal - 51.15%
Erin Jones - 48.85%

Insurance Commissioner

Mike Kreisler (D) - 60.02%
Richard Schrock (R) - 39.98%

Legislative District No. 11
State Senator

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Bob Hasegawa (D) - 77.8%
Dennis Price (Lib.) - 22.2%

Legislative District No. 11
Representative Position No. 1

Zach Hudgins (D) - 69.21%
Erin Smith Aboudara (R) - 30.79%

Legislative District No. 17
State Senator

Tim Probst (ID) - 45.94%
Lynda Wilson (R) - 54.06%

Legislative District No. 25
State Senator

Karl Mecklenburg (D) - 41.88%
Hans Zeiger (R) - 58.12%

Legislative District No. 28
State Senator

Marisa Peloquin (D) - 47.67%
Steve O’Ban (R) - 52.33%

Legislative District No. 32
Representative Position No. 1

Cindy Ryu (D) - 77.66%
Alvin Rutledge (R) - 22.34%

Legislative District No. 32
Representative Position No. 2

Ruth Kagi (D) - 74.93%
David D. Schirle (R) - 25.07%

Legislative District No. 34
Representative Position No. 1

Eileen L. Cody (D) - 82.39%
Matthew Benson (R) - 17.61%

Legislative District No. 34
Representative Position No. 2

Joe Fitzgibbon (D) - 81.79%
Andrew Pilloud (R) - 18.21%

Legislative District No. 37
Representative Position No. 1

Sharon Tomiko Santos (D) - 91.88%
John Dickinson (NPA) - 8.12%

Legislative District No. 37
Representative Position No. 2

Eric Pettigrew (D) - 87.83%
Tamra Smilanich (NPA) - 12.17%

Legislative District No. 41
State Senator

Lisa Wellman (D) - 55.15%
Steve Litzow (D) - 44.85%

Legislative District No. 43
Representative Position No. 1

Nicole Macri (D) - 65.51%
Dan Shih (D) - 34.49%

Legislative District No. 46
Representative Position No. 1

Gerry Pollet (D) - 87.19%
Stephanie Heart Viskovich (Lib.) - 12.81%

State Supreme Court

Justice Position No. 1

Mary Yu - 50.99%
David DeWolf - 49.01%

Justice Position No. 5

Barbara Madsen - 58.32%
Greg Lempel - 41.68%

Justice Position No. 6

Charles (Charlie) Wiggins - 55.51%
Dave Larson - 44.49%

Judge Position No. 14

Nicole Gaines Phelps - 80%
David Greenspan - 20%

Judge Position No. 26

David Keenan - 76.97%
John H. O’Rourke - 23.03%

Judge Position No. 31

Helen Halpert - 79.88%
Marc S. Stern - 20.12%

Judge Position No. 44

Cathy Moore - 55.99%
Eric Newman - 44.01%

Judge Position No. 52

Anthony Gipe - 47.86%
Kristin Richardson - 52.14%

Judge Position No. 53

Mariane Spearman - 76.56%
Thomas Cline - 23.44%

District Court

Southwest Electoral District
Judge Position No. 3

Laurel Gibson - 71.98%
Brian Todd - 28.02%

City

City of Seattle, Initiative No. 124
(Sexual Harassment Protections for Hotel Workers)

Yes - 77.42%
No - 22.58%

Transportation

Sound Transit, Proposition No. 1
(Expand Light Rail)

Yes - 55.04%
No - 44.96%

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