Elections results so far: 2 p.m. Nov. 6

The following is a listing of the most recent tallies for many of the major political races affecting Kent residents. Results come from the King County elections Web site, www.kingcounty.gov/elections, and the Washington State elections Web site, www.secstate.wa.gov/elections.

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Christine Gregoire speaks to a crowd at the Democratic Party election night party at Westin Hotel in Seattle Nov. 4.

Christine Gregoire speaks to a crowd at the Democratic Party election night party at Westin Hotel in Seattle Nov. 4.

The following is a listing of the most recent tallies for many of the major political races affecting Kent residents. Results come from the King County elections Web site, www.kingcounty.gov/elections, and the Washington State elections Web site, www.secstate.wa.gov/elections.

Governor

Christine Gregoire (D) — 1,041,235 (53.90%)

Dino Rossi (R) — 890,436 (46.10%)

Lieutenant Governor

Brad Owen (D) — 1,121,245 (61.12%)

Marcia McCraw (R) — 713,378 (38.88%)

Secretary of State

Sam Reed (R) — 1,061,815 (58.00%)

Jason Osgood (D) — 768,978 (42.00%)

State Treasurer

Allan Martin (R) — 868,273 (48.07%)

Jim McIntire (D) — 937,838 (51.93%)

State Auditor

Brian Sonntag (D) — 1,149,794 (63.46%)

J. Richard (Dick) McEntee (R) — 661,962 (36.54%)

Attorney General

Rob McKenna (R) — 1,081,099 (58.71%)

John Ladenburg (D) — 760,189 (41.29%)

Commissioner of Public Lands

Peter J. Goldmark (D) — 923,267 (50.80%)

Doug Sutherland (R) — 894,354 (49.20%)

Superintendent of Public Instruction

Teresa (Terry) Bergeson — 807,158 (48.80%)

Randy Dorn — 846,745 (51.20%)

Insurance Commissioner

Mike Kreidler (D)— 1,092,459 (61.37%)

John R. Adams (R) — 687,658 (38.63%)

PROPOSITION 1

SPECIAL PURPOSE DISTRICT

SOUND TRANSIT (A REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY)

Proposition No. 1 – Mass Transit Expansion

APPROVED — 364,247 (58.27%)

REJECTED — 260,832 (41.73%)

CONGRESS

United States Representative Congressional District No. 8

Dave Reichert (R)— 95,221 (50.49%)

Darcy Burner (D) — 93,368 (49.51%)

United States Representative Congressional District No. 9

Adam Smith (D)— 102,433 (66.16%)

James Postma (R)— 52,382 (33.84%)

STATE LEGISLATURE

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT NO. 33

State Representative Legislative District No. 33 – Position 1

Tina L. Orwall (D) — 14,254 (63.72%)

Todd Gibson (R) — 8,116 (36.28%)

State Representative Legislative District No. 33 – Position 2

Dave Upthegrove (D) — 15,860 (71.21%)

Tan Lam (R) — 6,413 (28.79%)

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT NO. 47

State Representative Legislative District No. 47 – Position 1

Mark Hargrove (R) — 13,301 (46.35%)

Geoff Simpson (D) — 15,397 (53.65%)

State Representative Legislative District No. 47 – Position 2

Pat Sullivan (D) — 16,700 (59.09%)

Timothy Miller (R) — 11,563 (40.91%)


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