Democrats dominate King County legislative races | Election results

Democrats dominate King County legislative races | Election results

Here are the latest results for King County legislative candidates in the Aug. 4 primary election, which included races for the state House and state Senate.

The top two candidates in each race will move on to the Nov. 3 general election.

Legislative District 1, State Senator

Art Coday (Republican Party): 29.98%

Derek Stanford (Democratic Party): 69.92%

Legislative District 1, State Representative Pos. 1

Adam Bartholomew (Republican Party): 27.35 %

Davina Duerr (Democratic Party): 72.48%

Legislative District 1, State Representative Pos. 2

Jeb Brewer (Republican Party): 19.77%

Gary Morgan (GOP Party): 10.76%

Shelley Kloba (Democratic Party): 69.23%

Legislative District 5, State Senator

Mark Mullett (D): 47.05%

Ingrid Anderson (D): 48.4%

Legislative District 5, State Representative Pos. 1

Bill Ramos (D): 61%

Ken Moninski (R): 33.94%

Cyrus Krohn (Unity Restoration Party): 4.85%

Legislative District 5, State Representative Pos. 2

Lisa Callan (D) is running unopposed.

Legislative District 11, State Senator

Bob Hasegawa (Democratic Party): 93%

Legislative District 11, State Representative Pos. 1

Jay Stark (No Party Preference): 19.75%

David Hackney (Democratic Party): 42.1%

Zack Hudgins (Democratic Party): 36.41%

Legislative District 11, State Representative Pos. 2

Steve Bergquist (Democratic Party): 71.25%

Sean Atchison (Republican Party: 28.37%

Legislative District 30, State Representative Pos. 1

• Cheryl Hurst (Democrat): 13.28%

• Janis Clark (GOP Party): 16.11%

• Martin A. Moore (Ind. Republican): 25.79%

• Jamila Taylor (Democrat): 44.62%

Legislative District 30, State Representative Pos. 2

• Jack Walsh (Republican): 31.55%

• Chris Dowllar (Republican): 3.68%

• Mark Greene (GOP Party): 5.83%

• Jesse Johnson (Democrat): 58.70% Johnson is also the incumbent.

Legislative District 31, State Representative Pos. 1

Zach Stover (No Party): 4.42%

Katie Young (D): 36.27 %

Drew Stokesbary (R): 59.09%

Legislative District 31, State Representative Pos. 2

Thomas R. Clark (D): 37.33%

Eric E. Robertson (R): 38.66%

Jerimy Kirschner (R): 23.78%

Legislative District 33, State Representative Pos. 1

Tina L. Orwall (D): 93.35 % (unopposed)

Legislative District 33, State Representative Pos. 2

Mia Su-Ling Gregerson (D): 77.25%

Marliza Melzer (Libtertarian): 20.48%

Legislative District 34, State Representative Pos. 1

Eileen L. Cody (D): 96.45 % (unopposed)

Legislative District 34, State Representative Pos. 2

Joe Fitzgibbon (D): 96.39% (unopposed)

Legislative District 37, State Representative Pos. 1

John Dickinson (No Party Preference): 5.54 %

Sharon Tomiko Santos (D): 76.29 %

John Stafford (D): 11.82 %

William Burroughs (D): 5.57 %

Legislative District 37, State Representative Pos. 2

Stephen Richter (R): 9.66 %

Andrea Caupain (D): 12.08 %

Kathy M. Woodward (Progressive Party): 1.32 %

Kirsten Harris-Talley (D): 49.66 %

Andy Goeres (D): 2.85 %

Chukundi Salisbury (D): 21.17 %

Robert Redwine (D): 3.05 %

Legislative District 41, State Senator

Lisa Wellman (D): 72:73%

Mike Nykreim (R): 27.09%

Legislative District 41, State Representative Pos. 1

Tana Senn (D): 93.51 % (unopposed)

Legislative District 41, State Representative Pos. 2

Aaron Leedham (D): 6.84 %

My-Linh Thai (D): 60.33 %

Harlan Gallinger (Independent Party): 6.72 %

Al Rosenthal (R): 26 %

Legislative District 45, State Representative Pos. 1

Roger Goodman (D): 74.4%

John P. Gibbons (R): 25.45%

Legislative District 45, State Representative Pos. 2

Larry Springer (D): 70.11 %

Amber Krabach (R): 29.75 %

Legislative District 46, State Representative Pos. 1

Gerry Pollet (D): 86.3 %

Eric J. Brown (R): 13.49%

Legislative District 46, State Representative Pos. 2

Javier Valdez (D): 83.62 %

Beth Daranciang (R): 16.2%

Legislative District 47, State Representative Pos. 1

Debra Entenman (D): 58.10 %

Kyle Lyebyedyev (R): 41.67 %

Legislative District 47, State Representative Pos. 2

Ted Cooke (R): 29.32 %

Pat Sullivan (D): 57.94 %

Peter Thompson, Jr. (R): 3.38 %

Joseph Cimaomo, Jr. (R): 9.20 %

Legislative District 48, State Representative Pos. 1

Scott Dusenbery (No Party Preference): 1.27 %

Vandana Slatter (D): 72.73 %

Victor H. Bishop (R): 25.84 %

Legislative District 48, State Representative Pos. 2

Morgan Puchek (D) : 5.60 %

Amy Walen (D): 68.97 %

Tim J. Hickey (R): 25.26 %

For complete King County results in all races, click here.


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