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Kent-area Election 2014 Primary Results Chart

King County Elections will update results at 4:30 p.m. each weekday and certify the general election on Aug. 19.

Primary election results (top 2 vote getters advance to general election)

(Through Tuesday, Aug. 5)

(Kent-area races)

Candidate        Votes    Percent

Legislative District No. 33

• State Senator

Marylin J. Taylor (D): 1,664 (12.40 percent)

Karen Keiser (D): 6,908 (51.49 percent)

Martin Metz (R): 4,812 (35.86 percent)

Write-in: 33 (0.25 percent)

• Representative Position No. 1

Michael J. Siefkes (R): 4,886 (36.56 percent)

Tina Orwall (D): 8,446 (63.19 percent)

Write-in: 33 (0.25 percent)

• Representative Position No. 2 (short and full term)

Mia Su-Ling Gregerson (D): 6,638 (49.51 percent)

Jeanette Burrage (R): 4,999 (37.29 percent)

Les Thomas (I): 1,738 (12.96 percent)

Write-in: 32 (0.24 percent)

Legislative District No. 47

• State Senator

Carol Barber (D): 5,412 (33.84 percent)

Joe Fain (R): 10,550 (65.96 percent)

Write-in: 32 (0.20 percent)

• Representative Position No. 1

Mark Hargrove (R): 9,376 (58.51 percent)

Chris Barringer (D): 6,639 (41.38 percent)

Write-in: 18 (0.11 percent)

• Representative Position No. 2

Pat Sullivan (D): 8,309 (51.92 percent)

Barry Knowles (R): 7,676 (47.96 percent)

Write-in: 19 (0.12 percent)

Congressional District 8 - U.S. Representative

(Results from Secretary of State office)

Jason Ritchie (D): 22,631 (28.7 percent)

Dave Reichert (R): 49,240 (62.45 percent)

Keith Arnold (D): 6,976 (8.85 percent)

Write-in: Not available

Congressional District 9 - U.S. Representative

Adam Smith (D): 46,251 (63.14 percent)

Don Rivers (D): 4,190 (5.72 percent)

Mark Greene (Citizens Party): 2,136 (2.92 percent)

Doug Basler (R): 20,674 (28.22 percent)

Write-in: Not available

 

 

 

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