The purple zone indicates Washington’s Legislative District No. 11 (Screenshot from

The purple zone indicates Washington’s Legislative District No. 11 (Screenshot from

Primary election results for candidates in Washington’s 11th Legislative District

Primary Election results certified on Aug. 16.

Votes have been counted for the candidates running for two separate positions for Washington’s Legislative District 11 which represents voters in areas of Kent, Renton, Tukwila and Seattle.

The votes will continue to be counted until the Primary Election is certified on Aug. 16. The general election is Tuesday, Nov. 8.

The following vote counts were last updated on Aug. 8 at 3:22 pm.

26,780 ballots counted of 89,069 registered voters.

Legislative District 11 – State Representative Pos. 1

69.30 % – 17,730 votes – David Hackney (Prefers Democratic Party) – Incumbent

30.50 % – 7,804 votes – Stephanie Peters (Prefers Republican Party)

Legislative District 11 – State Representative Pos. 2

68.29 % – 17,583 votes – Steve Bergquist (Prefers Democratic Party) – Incumbent

31.53 % – 8,118 votes – Jeanette Burrage (Prefers Republican Party)

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