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Election results 2016: Inslee, Jayapal win; carbon tax fails

Nov 8, 2016

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Federal

Last updated: 11/9/2016, 10:05 a.m.

President | U.S. Senator | U.S. Rep, Dist 1 | U.S. Rep, Dist 2 | U.S. Rep, Dist 3 | U.S. Rep, Dist 4 | U.S. Rep, Dist 5 | U.S. Rep, Dist 6 | U.S. Rep, Dist 7 | U.S. Rep, Dist 8 | U.S. Rep, Dist 9 | U.S. Rep, Dist 10

President

Hillary Clinton / Tim Kaine (D): 56.3 % (Washington state)

Donald J. Trump / Mike Pence (R): 37.8 %

U.S. Senator

Patty Murray (D): 60.8 %

Chris Vance (R): 39.2 %

U.S. Representative, District 1: Parts of King, Snohomish, Skagit, Whatcom counties

Suzan DelBene (D): 57.2 %

Robert J. Sutherland (R): 42.8 %

U.S. Representative, District 2: Parts of Island, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomis, Whatcom counties

Rick Larsen (D): 65.2 %

Marc Hennemann (R): 34.9 %

U.S. Representative, District 3: Southwest Washington

Jaime Herrera Beutler (R): 58.8 %

Jim Moeller (D): 41.2 %

U.S. Representative, District 4: Central and Eastern Washington

Dan Newhouse (R): 57.8 %

Clint Didier (R): 42.2 %

U.S. Representative, District 5: Eastern Washington

Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R): 58.3 %

Joe Pakootas (D): 41.7 %

U.S. Representative, District 6: Olympic Peninsula, parts of Tacoma

Derek Kilmer (D): 62.3 %

Todd A. Bloom (R): 37.8 %

U.S. Representative, District 7: Seattle

Pramila Jayapal (D): 57.2 %

Brady Pinero Walkinshaw (D): 42.8 %

U.S. Representative, District 8: Parts of Pierce, King and Kittitas counties

Dave Reichert (R): 58.4 %

Tony Ventrella (D): 41.6 %

U.S. Representative, District 9: Parts of King, Pierce counties

Adam Smith (D): 74.3 %

Doug Basler (R): 25.7 %

U.S. Representative, District 10: Olympia, parts of Mason and Thurston counties

Denny Heck (D): 59.5 %

Jim Postma (R): 40.5 %

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State

Last updated: 11/9/2016, 10:05 a.m.

Governor | Lt. Governor | Secretary of State | Treasurer | Auditor | Attorney General | Commissioner of Public Lands | Superintendent of Public Instruction | Insurance Commissioner 

Governor

Jay Inslee (D): 56.3 %

Bill Bryant (R): 43.4 %

Lt. Governor

Cyrus Habib (D): 55.8 %

Marty McClendon (R): 44.2 %

Secretary of State

Kim Wyman (R): 53.2 %

Tina Podlodowski (D): 46.8 %

Treasurer

Duane Davidson (R): 58.6 %

Michael Waite (R): 41.4 %

Auditor

Mark Miloscia (R): 46.0 %

Pat (Patrice) McCarthy (D): 54.0 %

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson (D): 69.2 %

Joshua B. Trumbull (L): 30.8 %

Commissioner of Public Lands

Steve McLaughlin (R): 45.1 %

Hilary Franz (D): 54.9 %

Superintendent of Public Instruction

Erin Jones: 48.9 %

Chris Reykdal: 51.1 %

Insurance Commissioner

Mike Kreidler (D): 60.0 %

Richard Schrock (R): 40.0 %

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Legislative

Last updated: 11/8/2016, 10:21 p.m.

District 1 | District 11| District 32 | District 33 | District 34 | District 36 | District 37 | District 41| District 43 | District 45|  District 46 | District 48

District 1: Bothell

State Senator

Mindie Wirth (R): 40.4 %

Guy Palumbo (D): 59.6 %

Representative, Position 1

Derek Stanford (D): 63.5 %

Neil Thannisch (R): 36.5 %

State Representative, Position 2

Jim Langston (R): 42.1 %

Shelley Kloba (D): 57.9 %

District 11: South Seattle, Renton

State Senator

Bob Hasegawa (D): 77.8 %

Dennis Price (L): 22.2 %

State Representative, Position 1

Zack Hudgins (D): 69.2 %

Erin Smith Aboudara (R): 30.8 %

State Representative, Position 2

Steve Bergquist (D) — unopposed

District 32: Shoreline, Lynnwood

State Representative, Position 1

Cindy Ryu (D): 77.7 %

Alvin Rutledge (R): 22.3 %

State Representative, Position 2

Ruth Kagi (D): 74.9 %

David D. Schirle (R): 25.1 %

District 33: SeaTac, Kent

State Representative, Position 1

Tina L. Orwall (D): 70.4 %

John Potter (R): 29.6 %

State Representative, Position 2

Mia Su-Ling Gregerson (D): 66.0 %

Pamela Pollock (R): 34.1 %

District 34: West Seattle, Burien, Vashon

State Representative, Position 1

Eileen L. Cody (D): 82.4 %

Matthew Benson (R): 17.6 %

State Representative, Position 2

Joe Fitzgibbon (D): 81.8 %

Andrew Pilloud (R): 18.2 %

District 36: Ballard, Magnolia

State Senator

Reuven Carlyle (D) — unopposed

State Representative, Position 1

Noel Christina Frame (D) — unopposed

State Representative, Position 2

Gael Tarleton (D) — unopposed

District 37: South Seattle, Renton

State Representative, Position 1

Sharon Tomiko Santos (D): 91.9 %

John Dickinson (none): 8.1 %

State Representative, Position 2

Eric Pettigrew (D): 87.8 %

Tamra Smilanich (non-partisan): 12.2 %

District 41: Bellevue, Mercer Island, Issaquah

State Senator

Lisa Wellman (D): 55.2 %

Steve Litzow (R): 44.9 %

State Representative, Position 1

Tana Senn (D): 67.3 %

John Pass (R): 32.7 %

State Representative, Position 2

Judy Clibborn (D): 64.7 %

Michael Appleby (R): 35.3 %

District 43: Downtown, Green Lake

State Representative, Position 1

Nicole Macri (D): 65.5 %

Dan Shih (D): 34.5 %

State Representative, Position 2

Frank Chopp (D) — unopposed

District 45: Kirkland, Woodinville

State Representative, Position 1

Roger Goodman (D): 65.6 %

Ramior Valderrama (R): 34.4 %

State Representative, Position 2

Larry Springer (D) — unopposed

District 46: Laurelhurst, North Seattle

State Representative, Position 1

Gerry Pollet (D): 87.2 %

Stephanie Heart Viskovich (L): 12.8 %

State Representative, Position 2

Jessyn Farrell (D) — unopposed

District 48: Bellevue, Redmond

State Representative, Position 1

Patty Kuderer (D): 73.5 %

Michelle Darnell (L): 26.5 %

State Representative, Position 2

Joan McBride (D): 75.8 %

Benjamin Judah Phelps (L): 24.2 %

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Measures

Last updated: 11/9/2016, 10:05  a.m.

1433 | 1464 | 1491 | 1501 | 732 | 735 | Seattle 124 | Advisory Vote 14 | Advisory Vote 15 | Amendment 8210

State Initiative 1433: Raise state minimum wage

Approve: 59.5 %

Reject: 40.5 %

State Initiative 1464: Campaign finance

Approve: 47.4 %

Reject: 52.6 %

State Initiative 1491: Extreme risk protection orders

Approve: 71.2 %

Reject: 28.8 %

State Initiative 1501: Seniors and vulnerable individuals

Approve: 71.6 %

Reject: 28.4 %

State Initiative 732: Carbon emission tax

Approve: 41.5 %

Reject: 58.5 %

State Initiative 735: Constitutional rights for corporations

Approve: 63.8 %

Reject: 36.2%

Seattle Initiative 124: Hotel worker safety

Approve: 77.3 %

Reject: 22.7 %

State Amendment, Senate Joint Resolution 8210: Deadline for completing redistricting 

Approve: 77.7 %

Reject: 22.3 %

Advisory Vote 14: Insurance premium tax

Repeal: 68.5 %

Maintain: 31.5 %

Advisory Vote 15: Sales and use tax exemption for clean alternative-fuel vehicles

Repeal: 59.7 %

Maintain: 40.3 %

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Transportation

Last updated: 11/9/2016, 10:05 a.m.

Proposition 1 (ST3): Expansion of mass transit in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties

Approve: 54.8 %

Reject: 45.2 %

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Judicial

Last updated: 11/8/2016, 10:21 p.m.

State Supreme Court, Position 1

Mary Yu: 58.5 %

David DeWolf: 41.5 %

Court of Appeals, Division 3, District 2

State Supreme Court, Position 5

Barbara Madsen: 63.7 % 

Greg Zempel: 36.3 %

State Supreme Court, Position 6

Charles (Charlie) Wiggins: 58.3 %

Dave Larson: 41.7 %

King County Superior Court, Position 14

Nicole Gaines Phelps: 80.0 %

David Greenspan: 20 %

King County Superior Court, Position 26

David Kennan: 77 %

John H. O'Rourke: 23 %

King County Superior Court, Position 31

Marc S. Stern: 20.1 %

Helen Halpert: 79.9 %

King County Superior Court, Position 44

Cathy Moore: 56 %

Eric Newman: 44 %

King County Superior Court, Position 52

Anthony Gipe: 47.9 %

Kristin Richardson: 52.1 %

King County Superior Court, Position 53

Mariane Spearman: 76.6 %

Thomas Cline: 23.4 %

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King County Charter Amendments

Last updated: 11/9/2016, 10:05 a.m.

No. 1: Nonpartisan Prosecuting Attorney

Shall the King County Charter be amended to make the elected office of King County prosecuting attorney nonpartisan?

Yes: 75.4%

No: 24.6%

No. 2: Gender-Neutral Language 

Shall the King County Charter be amended to make its language gender-neutral?

Yes: 66.9% 

No: 33.1%

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