Unofficial General Election Results

election 2016 cHere are the latest unofficial General Election results from Tuesday night’s initial count:

Mason County County Commissioner District 1
Candidate Vote Vote %
Randy Neatherlin
(Prefers None Party)
11,093 55.17%
Kelley McIntosh
(Prefers Independent Party)
9,013 44.83%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 20,106

Mason County County Commissioner District 2
Candidate Vote Vote %
Kevin Shutty
(Prefers Republican Party)
11,232 53.54%
Roslynne Reed
(Prefers Democratic Party)
9,746 46.46%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 20,978

Proposed Metropolitan Park District Mason County Proposition No. 1 Metropolitan Park District Mason County Proposition No. 1 Metropolitan Park District
Measure Vote Vote %
For the formation of a metropolitan park district to be governed by five at large commissioners
6,516 34.46%
Against the formation of a metropolitan park district
12,395 65.54%
Total Votes 18,911 100%

Proposed Metropolitan Park District Park Commissioner Position 1
Candidate Vote Vote %
Kris Klusman
7,807 73.22%
Arvilla Ohlde
2,855 26.78%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 10,662

Proposed Metropolitan Park District Park Commissioner Position 2
Candidate Vote Vote %
Steve Van Denover
3,706 36.06%
Jesse Sims
6,572 63.94%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 10,278

Proposed Metropolitan Park District Park Commissioner Position 3
Candidate Vote Vote %
Ken VanBuskirk
3,116 29.38%
Andrew Kinney
3,992 37.64%
Phil Wolff
3,499 32.99%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 10,607

Proposed Metropolitan Park District Park Commissioner Position 4
Candidate Vote Vote %
Monte Warren Ritter
2,594 24.4%
Doug Sayan
3,476 32.7%
Richard Hoss
4,559 42.89%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 10,629

Proposed Metropolitan Park District Park Commissioner Position 5
Candidate Vote Vote %
John Piety
3,982 39.33%
John Johnson
6,143 60.67%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 10,125

Legislative District 35

Last updated on 11/08/2016 8:53 PM

Legislative District 35 – State Representative Pos. 1
Candidate Vote Vote %
Dan Griffey
(Prefers Republican Party)
25,640 54.5%
Irene Bowling
(Prefers Independent Dem. Party)
21,408 45.5%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 47,048
Legislative District 35 – State Representative Pos. 2
Candidate Vote Vote %
Drew C. MacEwen
(Prefers Republican Party)
25,256 54.19%
Craig Patti
(Prefers Independent Dem. Party)
21,352 45.81%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 46,608

Congressional District 6

Last updated on 11/08/2016 8:53 PM

Congressional District 6 – U.S. Representative
Candidate Vote Vote %
Derek Kilmer
(Prefers Democratic Party)
130,326 62.22%
Todd A. Bloom
(Prefers Republican Party)
79,141 37.78%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 209,467

Congressional District 10

Last updated on 11/08/2016 8:53 PM

Congressional District 10 – U.S. Representative
Candidate Vote Vote %
Denny Heck
(Prefers Democratic Party)
100,051 59.91%
Jim Postma
(Prefers Republican Party)
66,948 40.09%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 166,999
Public Utility

Public Utility Dist 1 Commissioner District 1
Candidate Vote Vote %
Mike Sheetz
576 50.44%
Karl Denison
566 49.56%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 1,142

Public Utility Dist 3 Commissioner District 1
Candidate Vote Vote %
Linda R. Gott
14,303
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 14,303

Judicial

Mason Superior Court Judge Position 1
Candidate Vote Vote %
Amber Louise Finlay
15,271
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 15,271

Mason Superior Court Judge Position 2
Candidate Vote Vote %
Toni A Sheldon
15,305
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 15,305

Mason Superior Court Judge Position 3
Candidate Vote Vote %
Daniel L. Goodell
15,267
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 15,267

U.S. Senator

Candidate Vote Vote %
Patty Murray
(Prefers Democratic Party)
1,183,089 60.81%
Chris Vance
(Prefers Republican Party)
762,461 39.19%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 1,945,550

State Executive

Last updated on 11/08/2016 9:03 PM

Governor
Candidate Vote Vote %
Jay Inslee
(Prefers Democratic Party)
987,856 56.54%
Bill Bryant
(Prefers Republican Party)
759,361 43.46%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 1,747,217
Lt. Governor
Candidate Vote Vote %
Cyrus Habib
(Prefers Democratic Party)
946,039 55.88%
Marty McClendon
(Prefers Republican Party)
746,905 44.12%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 1,692,944
Secretary of State
Candidate Vote Vote %
Kim Wyman
(Prefers Republican Party)
899,639 53.02%
Tina Podlodowski
(Prefers Democratic Party)
797,145 46.98%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 1,696,784
State Treasurer
Candidate Vote Vote %
Duane Davidson
(Prefers Republican Party)
865,005 59%
Michael Waite
(Prefers Republican Party)
601,119 41%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 1,466,124
State Auditor
Candidate Vote Vote %
Mark Miloscia
(Prefers Republican Party)
761,754 45.83%
Pat (Patrice) McCarthy
(Prefers Democratic Party)
900,461 54.17%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 1,662,215
Attorney General
Candidate Vote Vote %
Bob Ferguson
(Prefers Democratic Party)
1,124,183 69.41%
Joshua B. Trumbull
(Prefers Libertarian Party)
495,356 30.59%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 1,619,539
Commissioner of Public Lands
Candidate Vote Vote %
Steve McLaughlin
(Prefers Republican Party)
749,941 44.97%
Hilary Franz
(Prefers Democratic Party)
917,819 55.03%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 1,667,760
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Candidate Vote Vote %
Erin Jones
704,052 48.81%
Chris Reykdal
738,522 51.19%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 1,442,574
Insurance Commissioner
Candidate Vote Vote %
Mike Kreidler
(Prefers Democratic Party)
992,309 60.14%
Richard Schrock
(Prefers Republican Party)
657,767 39.86%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 1,650,076

Measures

Last updated on 11/08/2016 9:06 PM

Initiative Measure No. 1433 concerns labor standards.
Measure Vote Vote %
Yes
1,142,984 59.48%
No
778,685 40.52%
Total Votes 1,921,669 100%
Initiative Measure No. 1464 concerns campaign finance laws and lobbyists.
Measure Vote Vote %
Yes
871,658 47.43%
No
966,213 52.57%
Total Votes 1,837,871 100%
Initiative Measure No. 1491 concerns court-issued extreme risk protection orders temporarily preventing access to firearms.
Measure Vote Vote %
Yes
1,372,718 71.18%
No
555,853 28.82%
Total Votes 1,928,571 100%
Initiative Measure No. 1501 concerns seniors and vulnerable individuals.
Measure Vote Vote %
Yes
1,365,428 71.59%
No
541,792 28.41%
Total Votes 1,907,220 100%
Initiative Measure No. 732 concerns taxes.
Measure Vote Vote %
Yes
771,623 41.45%
No
1,090,123 58.55%
Total Votes 1,861,746 100%
Initiative Measure No. 735 concerns a proposed amendment to the federal constitution.
Measure Vote Vote %
Yes
1,175,116 63.82%
No
666,269 36.18%
Total Votes 1,841,385 100%
Advisory Vote No. 14 House Bill 2768
Measure Vote Vote %
Repealed
1,216,670 68.48%
Maintained
560,082 31.52%
Total Votes 1,776,752 100%
Advisory Vote No. 15 Second Engrossed Substitute House Bill 2778
Measure Vote Vote %
Repealed
1,056,393 59.77%
Maintained
711,126 40.23%
Total Votes 1,767,519 100%
Proposed Amendments to the Constitution – Senate Joint Resolution No. 8210 concerns the deadline for completing state legislative and congressional redistricting.
Measure Vote Vote %
Approved
1,365,366 77.72%
Rejected
391,475 22.28%
Total Votes 1,756,841 100%

Supreme Court – Justice Position 1

Last updated on 11/08/2016 9:06 PM

Supreme Court – Justice Position 1
Candidate Vote Vote %
Mary Yu
979,792 58.53%
David DeWolf
694,122 41.47%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 1,673,914

Supreme Court – Justice Position 5

Last updated on 11/08/2016 9:06 PM

Supreme Court – Justice Position 5
Candidate Vote Vote %
Barbara Madsen
1,052,939 63.69%
Greg Zempel
600,176 36.31%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 1,653,115

Supreme Court – Justice Position 6

Last updated on 11/08/2016 9:06 PM

Supreme Court – Justice Position 6
Candidate Vote Vote %
Charles (Charlie) Wiggins
948,796 58.32%
Dave Larson
678,215 41.68%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 1,627,011

More ballots will be processed and counted Wednesday with updated results from the Elections Division in the Mason County Auditor’s Office expected by 4 PM.

Mason County election officials have about 5,000 ballots on hand which makes the turnout in  the County under 74%.