Election Results Chart | 2018 | Updated numbers

Kent-area federal, state races; initiatives

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Election 2018 Results Chart | Updated returns

Kent-area federal, state, county races; initiatives

(through Nov. 9)

• Federal

• U.S. Senator

Maria Cantwell (D) 1,557,007, 59.09%

Susan Hutchison (R) 1,078,038, 40.91%

Congressional District No. 8

• U.S. Representative

Dino Rossi (GOP) 124,473, 46.84%

Kim Schrier (D) 141,247, 53.16%

Congressional District No. 9

• U.S. Representative

Adam Smith (D) 155,970, 68.34%

Sarah Smith (D) 72,250, 31.66%

• State

• Legislative District No. 33

State Senator

Karen Keiser (D) 31,479, 71.78%

Kun Wang (IR) 12,376, 28.22%

Representative Position No. 2

Mia Su-Ling Gregerson (D) 29,506, 67.73%

Anthony L. Lamb (R) 14,061, 32.27%

• Legislative District No. 47

State Senator

Joe Fain (R) 26,755, 49.49%

Mona Das (D) 27,303, 50.51%

Representative Position No. 1

Mark Hargrove (R) 25,375, 46.83%

Debra Entenman (D) 28,806, 53.17%

Representative Position No. 2

Pat Sullivan (D) 33,722, 62.61%

Ted Cooke (R) 20,136, 37.39%

• State initiatives

Initiative Measure No. 1631

(Carbon fee)

Yes 1,155,765, 43.96%

No 1,473,348, 56.04%

Initiative Measure No. 1634

(Prevents taxes on soda)

Yes 1,438,510, 54.98%

No 1,177,752, 45.02%

Initiative Measure No. 1639

(Gun regulations)

Yes 1,595,326, 60.37%

No 1,047,372, 39.63%

Initiative Measure No. 940

(Police use of deadly force prosecution)

Yes 1,570,193, 59.82%

No 1,054,779, 40.18%

• King County

Prosecuting Attorney

Dan Satterberg 540,980, 71.09%

Daron Morris 219,992, 28.91%

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