Washington state's primary election results

Washington state's primary election results as reported by the state elections office.

US Senator:
Maria Cantwell (D) 56%
Michael Baumgartner (R) 30%

Congressional District 1 - U.S. Representative:
John Koster (R) 44%
Suzan DelBene (D) 23%

Congressional District 2 - U.S. Representative:
Rick Larsen (D) 59.5%
Dan Matthews (R) 27%

Congressional District 3 - U.S. Representative:
Jaime Herrera Beutler (R) 55%
Jon T. Haugen (D) 39%

Congressional District 4 - U.S. Representative:
Doc Hastings (R) 57%
Mary Baechler (D) 28%

Congressional District 5 - U.S. Representative:
Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R) 54%
Rich Cowan (D) 35%

Congressional District 6 - U.S. Representative:
Derek Kilmer (D) 54%
Bill Driscoll (R) 18%

Congressional District 7 - U.S. Representative:
Jim McDermott (D) 69%
Ron Bemis (RO 16%

Congressional District 8 - U.S. Representative:
Dave Reichert (R) 50%
Karen Porterfield (D) 29%

Congressional District 9 - U.S. Representative:
Adam Smith (D) 61%
Jim Postma (R) 23%

Congressional District 10 - U.S. Representative:
Denny Heck (D) 41%
Richard (Dick) Muri (R) 26%

Governor:
Jay Inslee (D) 47%
Rob McKenna (R) 43%

Lt. Governor:
Brad Owen (D) 49%
Bill Finkbeiner (R) 25%

Secretary of State:
Kim Wyman (R) 39%
Kathleen Drew (D) 22%

State Treasurer:
Jim McIntire (D) 100%

State Auditor:
James Watkins (R) 46%
Troy Kelley (D) 24%

Attorney General:
Bob Ferguson (D) 52%
Reagan Dunn (R) 38%

Commissioner of Public Lands:
Peter J. Goldmark (D) 52%
Clint Didier (R) 41%

Superintendent of Public Instruction:
Randy I. Dorn 54%
Ronald L. (Ron) Higgins 16%

Insurance Commissioner:
Mike Kreidler (D) 55%
John R. Adams (R) 22%

King County
Proposition No. 1 - Children and Family Services Center Capital Levy:
Approved 53%
Rejected 47%

Seattle
Proposition No. 1 - Regular Tax Levy Including Seattle Public Libraries:
Yes 62%
No 38%

Check for more primary election results on the Secretary of State's website.


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