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Preliminary results for the Nov. 2 General Election

MARYSVILLE - Preliminary results for the Nov. 2 General Election have been released.

The following results are from the Washington Secretary of State’s Office and were updated at 8:14 p.m. on Nov. 2

U.S. Senator

Patty Murray (D) 703,637 50.59%

Dino Rossi (R) 687,102 49.41%

Total 1,390,739 100%

U.S. Representative District 2

John Koster (R) 12,680 51.68%

Rick Larsen (D) 11,856 48.32%

Total 24,536 100.00%

10th District Representative Position 1

Norma Smith (R) 19,784 61.68%

Laura Lewis (D) 12,292 38.32%

Total 32,076 100%

10th District Representative Position 2

Barbara Bailey (R) 18,975 59.04%

Tom Riggs (D) 13,163 40.96%

Total 32,138 100%

38th District Senator

Nick Harper (D) 11,431 58.72%

Rod Rieger (C) 8,037 41.28%

Total 19,468 100%

38th District Representative Position 1

John McCoy (D) 11,293 56.92%

Hugh Fleet (R) 8,546 43.08%

Total 19,839 100%

38th District Representative Position 2

Mike Sells (D) 11,453 57.97%

Iris Lilly (R) 8,305 42.03%

Total 19,758 100%

39th District Representative Position 1

Dan Kristiansen (R) 13,258 60.28%

Eleanor Walters (D) 8,766 39.80%

Total 22,024 100%

39th District Representative Position 2

Kirk Pearson (R) 17,510 100%

Total 17,510 100%

44th District Senator

Dave Schmidt (R) 14,024 50.09%

Steve Hobbs (D) 13,972 49.91%

Total 27,996 100%

44th District Representative Position 1

Hans Dunshee (D) 14,079 50.19%%

Bob McCaughan (R) 13,971 49.81%

Total 28,050 100%

44th District Representative Position 2

Mike Hope (R) 18,091 64.98%

John Boerger (D) 9,749 35.02%

Total 27,840 100%

Snohomish County Prosecuting Attorney

Mark Roe (D) 77,070 68.52%

Jim Kenny (R) 33,984 30.21%

Write-In 1,421 1.26%

Total 112,475 00100%

Snohomish County Fire District 21 Prop. 1

Yes 1,057 59.25%

No 727 40.75%

Total 1,784 100%

For additional results from the Nov. 2 General Election go the the Snohomish County Auditor’s website or the Washington Secretary of State’s website.

Check back for additional information and ballot count updates.

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