Primary results chart | Election 2018

State, federal races

  • Tuesday, August 7, 2018 8:42pm
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PRIMARY RESULTS

(through Tuesday, Aug. 7)

King County

Proposition No. 1

(Regular property tax levy Automated Fingerprint Identification System Services)

Approved 167,424 (56.09%)

Rejected 131,047 (43.91%)

State races

• District 33 House

Position No. 2

Mia Su-Ling Gregerson (D) 9,838 (65.5%)

Anthony L. Lamb (R) 5,176 (34.4%)

• District 33 Senate

Kun Wang (IR) 3,838 (25.3%)

Karen Keiser (D) 10,385 (68.5%)

Charles Schaefer (L) 935 (6.1%)

• District 47 House

Position No. 1

James Dillon (I) 508 (2.75%)

Mark Hargrove (R) 9,217 (49.82%)

Debra Entenman (D) 8,776 (47.44%)

• District 47 House

Position No. 2

Ted Cooke (R) 4,555 (24.74%)

Pat Sullivan (D) 10,659 (57.89%)

Lindsey Shumway R) 3,198 (17.37%)

• District 47 Senate

Joe Fain (R) 9,993 (54.29%)

Mona Das (D) 8,413 (45.71%)

Congressional races

• 8th District

(Top 4 results)

Dino Rossi (GOP) 39,254 (42.48%)

Jason Rittereiser (D) 15,576 (16.86%)

Kim Schrier (D) 18,100 (19.59%)

Shannon Hader (D) 12,022 (13.01%)

• 9th District

Doug Basler (R) 22,949 (26.56%)

Sarah Smith (D) 20,008 (23.15%)

Adam Smith (D) 43,461 (50.29%)

• U.S. Senator

(top 2 results)

Maria Cantwell (D) 502,412 (56.09%)

Susan Hutchison (R) 208,653 (23.29%)

(NOTE: Top 2 in primary advance to Nov. 6 general election)

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