Updated Election Results

election 2016 cHere are the latest results from Tuesday’s General Election. Mason County results are as of 2 PM Thursday. Statewide and 35th District results are as of 1 AM Friday.

There are about 500 ballots left to be counted in Mason County and over 670,000 statewide.  More results will be released on Monday. The election will be certified on November 28th.

Voter turnout in Mason County is 75%. Statewide the turnout is just over 60%.

No significant changes in the latest numbers.
Mason County County Commissioner District 1
Candidate Vote Vote %
Randy Neatherlin
(Prefers None Party)
13,569 55.08%
Kelley McIntosh
(Prefers Independent Party)
11,067 44.92%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 24,636

Mason County County Commissioner District 2
Candidate Vote Vote %
Kevin Shutty
(Prefers Republican Party)
13,782 53.81%
Roslynne Reed
(Prefers Democratic Party)
11,832 46.19%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 25,614

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
8,128 35.26%
Against the formation of a metropolitan park district
14,921 64.74%
Total Votes 23,049 100%

Proposed Metropolitan Park District Park Commissioner Position 1
Candidate Vote Vote %
Kris Klusman
9,572 73.14%
Arvilla Ohlde
3,516 26.86%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 13,088

Proposed Metropolitan Park District Park Commissioner Position 2
Candidate Vote Vote %
Steve Van Denover
4,469 35.55%
Jesse Sims
8,103 64.45%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 12,572

Proposed Metropolitan Park District Park Commissioner Position 3
Candidate Vote Vote %
Ken VanBuskirk
3,820 29.45%
Andrew Kinney
4,864 37.49%
Phil Wolff
4,289 33.06%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 12,973

Proposed Metropolitan Park District Park Commissioner Position 4
Candidate Vote Vote %
Monte Warren Ritter
3,160 24.36%
Doug Sayan
4,167 32.13%
Richard Hoss
5,644 43.51%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 12,971

Proposed Metropolitan Park District Park Commissioner Position 5
Candidate Vote Vote %
John Piety
4,856 39.28%
John Johnson
7,506 60.72%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 12,362

Judicial

Mason Superior Court Judge Position 1
Candidate Vote Vote %
Amber Louise Finlay
18,609
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 18,609

Mason Superior Court Judge Position 2
Candidate Vote Vote %
Toni A Sheldon
18,650
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 18,650

Mason Superior Court Judge Position 3
Candidate Vote Vote %
Daniel L. Goodell
18,630
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 18,630
Fire

Fire Protection Dist 13 Proposition For Property Tax Levy Lid Lift
Measure Vote Vote %
Levy…Yes
277 43.76%
Levy…No
356 56.24%
Total Votes 633 100%
Public Utility

Public Utility Dist 1 Commissioner District 1
Candidate Vote Vote %
Mike Sheetz
711 51.3%
Karl Denison
675 48.7%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 1,386

Public Utility Dist 3 Commissioner District 1
Candidate Vote Vote %
Linda R. Gott
17,472
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 17,472

Legislative District 35

Legislative District 35 – State Representative Pos. 1
Candidate Vote Vote %
Dan Griffey
(Prefers Republican Party)
32,978 54.95%
Irene Bowling
(Prefers Independent Dem. Party)
27,032 45.05%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 60,010
Legislative District 35 – State Representative Pos. 2
Candidate Vote Vote %
Drew C. MacEwen
(Prefers Republican Party)
32,253 54.23%
Craig Patti
(Prefers Independent Dem. Party)
27,217 45.77%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 59,470

Statewide

U.S. Senator
Candidate Vote Vote %
Patty Murray
(Prefers Democratic Party)
1,491,299 59.61%
Chris Vance
(Prefers Republican Party)
1,010,293 40.39%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 2,501,592
Congressional District 6 – U.S. Representative
Candidate Vote Vote %
Derek Kilmer
(Prefers Democratic Party)
163,690 61.88%
Todd A. Bloom
(Prefers Republican Party)
100,842 38.12%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 264,532
Congressional District 10 – U.S. Representative
Candidate Vote Vote %
Denny Heck
(Prefers Democratic Party)
136,085 58.89%
Jim Postma
(Prefers Republican Party)
94,989 41.11%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 231,074
Governor
Candidate Vote Vote %
Jay Inslee
(Prefers Democratic Party)
1,373,878 55.01%
Bill Bryant
(Prefers Republican Party)
1,123,795 44.99%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 2,497,673
Lt. Governor
Candidate Vote Vote %
Cyrus Habib
(Prefers Democratic Party)
1,322,099 54.76%
Marty McClendon
(Prefers Republican Party)
1,092,402 45.24%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 2,414,501
Secretary of State
Candidate Vote Vote %
Kim Wyman
(Prefers Republican Party)
1,316,859 54.42%
Tina Podlodowski
(Prefers Democratic Party)
1,103,116 45.58%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 2,419,975
State Treasurer
Candidate Vote Vote %
Duane Davidson
(Prefers Republican Party)
1,224,605 58.35%
Michael Waite
(Prefers Republican Party)
874,138 41.65%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 2,098,743
State Auditor
Candidate Vote Vote %
Mark Miloscia
(Prefers Republican Party)
1,115,775 47.19%
Pat (Patrice) McCarthy
(Prefers Democratic Party)
1,248,735 52.81%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 2,364,510
Attorney General
Candidate Vote Vote %
Bob Ferguson
(Prefers Democratic Party)
1,571,037 68.08%
Joshua B. Trumbull
(Prefers Libertarian Party)
736,584 31.92%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 2,307,621
Commissioner of Public Lands
Candidate Vote Vote %
Steve McLaughlin
(Prefers Republican Party)
1,101,291 46.38%
Hilary Franz
(Prefers Democratic Party)
1,273,406 53.62%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 2,374,697
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Candidate Vote Vote %
Erin Jones
1,008,553 49.11%
Chris Reykdal
1,045,289 50.89%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 2,053,842
Insurance Commissioner
Candidate Vote Vote %
Mike Kreidler
(Prefers Democratic Party)
1,381,539 58.91%
Richard Schrock
(Prefers Republican Party)
963,650 41.09%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 2,345,189
Supreme Court – Justice Position 1
Candidate Vote Vote %
Mary Yu
1,231,462 57.65%
David DeWolf
904,759 42.35%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 2,136,221
Supreme Court – Justice Position 5
Candidate Vote Vote %
Barbara Madsen
1,319,042 62.58%
Greg Zempel
788,588 37.42%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 2,107,630
Supreme Court – Justice Position 6
Candidate Vote Vote %
Charles (Charlie) Wiggins
1,198,969 57.76%
Dave Larson
876,759 42.24%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 2,075,728

Measures

Initiative Measure No. 1433 concerns labor standards.
Measure Vote Vote %
Yes
1,436,776 58.01%
No
1,040,087 41.99%
Total Votes 2,476,863 100%
Initiative Measure No. 1464 concerns campaign finance laws and lobbyists.
Measure Vote Vote %
Yes
1,096,943 46.48%
No
1,263,148 53.52%
Total Votes 2,360,091 100%
Initiative Measure No. 1491 concerns court-issued extreme risk protection orders temporarily preventing access to firearms.
Measure Vote Vote %
Yes
1,737,003 70.01%
No
744,029 29.99%
Total Votes 2,481,032 100%
Initiative Measure No. 1501 concerns seniors and vulnerable individuals.
Measure Vote Vote %
Yes
1,741,854 71.03%
No
710,441 28.97%
Total Votes 2,452,295 100%
Initiative Measure No. 732 concerns taxes.
Measure Vote Vote %
Yes
974,664 40.73%
No
1,418,167 59.27%
Total Votes 2,392,831 100%
Initiative Measure No. 735 concerns a proposed amendment to the federal constitution.
Measure Vote Vote %
Yes
1,488,082 62.99%
No
874,507 37.01%
Total Votes 2,362,589 100%
Advisory Vote No. 14 House Bill 2768
Measure Vote Vote %
Repealed
1,572,622 69.08%
Maintained
704,024 30.92%
Total Votes 2,276,646 100%
Advisory Vote No. 15 Second Engrossed Substitute House Bill 2778
Measure Vote Vote %
Repealed
1,359,456 60.08%
Maintained
903,267 39.92%
Total Votes 2,262,723 100%
Proposed Amendments to the Constitution – Senate Joint Resolution No. 8210 concerns the deadline for completing state legislative and congressional redistricting.
Measure Vote Vote %
Approved
1,743,286 77.56%
Rejected
504,516 22.44%
Total Votes 2,247,802 100%