Final election results

  • Friday, November 16, 2018 11:08am
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State

Turnout statewide was 70 percent

1631: Add a pollution tax, 61 percent no, 39 percent yes.

1634: Food tax ban, 60 percent yes, 40 percent no, 1639: Firearms regulations, 59 percent yes, 41 percent no.

940: Law enforcement training, 57 percent yes, 43 percent no.

19: Repeal tax: 57 percent, 43 percent.

District 10 Rep. 1: Norma Smith (R) 58 percent; Scott McMullen (D) 42 percent.

District 10 Rep. 2: Dave Hayes (R); Dave Paul (D) 41 percent.

District 38 Sen.: John McCoy 60 percent, Savio Pham 40 percent.

District 38 Rep. 1: June Robinson (D) 61 percent, Bert Johnson (I) 39 percent.

District 44 Sen.: Steve Hobbs (D) 56 percent, Doug Roulstone (R) 44 percent.

District 44 Rep. 1: John Lovick (D) 57 percent, Jeff Sax (R) 43 percent.

District 44 Rep. 2: Jared Mead (D) 52 percent, Mark Harmsworth (R) 48 percent.

Supreme Court Pos. 8: Steve Gonzalez 65 percent, Nathan Choi 35 percent.

Snohomish County

Prop. 1: Emergency communications: 54 percent yes, 46 percent no.

PUD District 1: Sid Logan 59 percent, Mary Rollins 41 percent

PUD District 2: Rebecca Wolfe 51 percent, David Chan 49 percent

Federal

U.S. Senator: Maria Cantell, (D), 57 percent; Susan Hutchison, (R) 43 percent

U.S. Rep.: Rick Larsen (D) 69 percent; Brian Luke (L) 31 percent.

City

Cascade District Court: Jennifer Rancourt 53 percent, Kristen Olbrechts 47 percent.

Arlington school bonds: 52 percent yes, 48 percent no (60 percent required)

Fire District 15: Approved 66 percent, Rejected 34 percent.

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