(Top left) David Hackney, (top right) Stephanie Peters, (bottom left) Jeanette Burrage, and (bottom right) Steve Bergquist. (Screenshot from vote.wa.gov)

(Top left) David Hackney, (top right) Stephanie Peters, (bottom left) Jeanette Burrage, and (bottom right) Steve Bergquist. (Screenshot from vote.wa.gov)

Results from races in Washington’s 11th Legislative District

David Hackney leads opponent Stephanie Peters, as Steve Bergquist leads against Jeanette Burrage.

With elections kicking-off on Nov. 8, here are some early results from the races in Washington’s 11th Legislative District.

Updated on Nov. 8 at 8:03 p.m.

Total votes counted: 23,849 out of 88,061 registered voters.

Legislative District 11, State Representative Pos. 1

David Hackney (Prefers Democrat Party)

69.12 % (15,974 votes)

Stephanie Peters (Prefers Republican Party)

30.69 % (7,092 votes)

Legislative District 11, State Representative Pos. 2

Steve Bergquist (Prefers Democratic Party)

68.26 % (15,846 votes)

Jeanette Burrage (Prefers Republican Party)

31.58 % (7,331 votes)

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