Primary election results for Edmonds voters, updated as of Wednesday

Latest results of top vote getters as of 4:50 p.m. Wednesday. More information at the Snohomish County elections website.

U.S. Senator:
Patty Murray (D) 46,092 or 47 percent
Dino Rossi (R) 32, 205 or 33 percent

U.S. Rep. District 1:
Jay Inslee (D) 26,777 or 55 percent
James Watkins (R) 12,275 or 25 percent

1st District Rep. Pos. 1
(Results from Secretary of State’s office, combining Snohomish and King County voters)
Vince DeMiero (D) 4,077 or 23 percent
Sandy Guinn (R) 4,002 or 22 percent
Dennis Richter (R) 4,240 or 23 percent
Derek Stanford (D) 4,964 or 27 percent

1st District Rep. Pos. 2
(Results from Secretary of State’s office, combining Snohomish and King County voters)
Dave Griffin (D) 4,355 or 25 percent
Luis Moscoso (D) 4,666 or 27 percent
Heidi Munson (R) 8,602 or 49 percent

21st District Senator:
David Preston (R) 4,129 or 23 percent
Paull Shin (D) 11,493 or 64 percent

21st District Rep. Pos. 1
Ed Borey (R) 7,291 or 41 percent
Mary Helen Roberts (D) 10,295 or 58 percent

21st District Rep. Pos. 2
Marko Liias (D) 8,954 or 51 percent
Elizabeth Scott (R) 5,411 or 31 percent

32nd District Senator
(Results from Secretary of State’s office, combining Snohomish and King County voters)
Maralyn Chase (D) 10,944 or 47 percent
David Baker (R) 8,982 or 40 percent

32nd District Rep. Pos. 1
(Results from Secretary of State’s office, combining Snohomish and King County voters)
Art Coday (R) 8,425 or 38 percent
Cindy Ryu (D) 9,210 or 41 percent

32nd District Rep. Pos. 2
(Results from Secretary of State’s office, combining Snohomish and King County voters)
Gary Gagliardi (R) 8,030 or 36 percent
Ruth Kagi (D) 12,454 or 56 percent

Prosecuting Attorney
Mark Roe (D) 49,168 or 67 percent
Jim Kenny (D) 22,968 or 31 percent

State Supreme Court Pos. 1
Stan Rumbaugh (NP) 27,632 or 36 percent
Jim Johnson (NP) 47,980 or 63 percent

State Supreme Court Pos. 5
Barbara Madsen (NP) 61,826 or 98 percent
Write-In 1,459 or 2.3 percent

State Supreme Court Pos. 6
Charlie Wiggins (NP) 27,784 or 38 percent
Richard B. Sanders (NP) 36,642 or 50 percent

Edmonds School District No. 15 Prop. 1
LEVY YES 12,004 or 54 percent
LEVY NO 10,261 or 46 percent

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6 Comments

  1. Just a note, the LD1 Rep numbers are not accurate as it appears these are culled from the Snohomish County Auditor site… however, part of LD1 is in King County, so the numbers are incomplete.

    To get complete numbers, you have to go to the Secretary of State election status which has combined the votes from both counties.

    http://vote.wa.gov/Elections/WEI/Results.aspx?ElectionID=36&JurisdictionTypeID=5&ViewMode=All

  2. Are these numbers being pulled from the Snohomish County website or the State website? If you are looking at LDs that straddle King county and Snohomish county, i.e. the 32nd LD, the numbers you are showing are inaccurate.

    • Priya and Mark: Yes, the numbers were only for Snohomish County initially, but they have since been updated to reflect both King and Snohomish counties. Apologies for the confusion.

  3. Excellent! Thanks for making the update! :)

    We readers are such a fickle bunch, aren’t we? ;)

  4. And it should be noted the the U.S. Senator votes shown are not for the entire state.

  5. U.S. Senate votes are for Snohomish County only – as are all other categories except where noted. I will add state totals as an fyi, though.

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