Here are the top vote-getters from Tuesday night’s general election results for candidates representing Edmonds voters, plus initiatives and referendums, as of 7 p.m. Wednesday. For a complete list of results, visit the Snohomish County elections website or the Secretary of State website.
Proposition 1 (adding a $40 fee to local vehicle registration fees):
Yes: 3,225 for 29 percent
No: 7,871 for 71 percent
Patty Murray (D) 722,396 or 50.49 percent
Dino Rossi (R) 708,391 or 49.51 percent
U.S. Rep. District 1:
Jay Inslee (D) 84,243 or 56 percent
James Watkins (R) 66,804 or 44 percent
1st District Rep., Pos. 1
Derek Stanford (D) 13,824 or 51 percent
Dennis Richter (R) 13,083 or 49 percent
1st District Rep., Pos. 2
Heidi Munson (R) 13,592 or 51 percent
Luis Moscoso (D) 13,164 or 49 percent
21st District Senator:
David Preston (R) 8,907 or 39 percent
Paull Shin (D) 14,137 or 61 percent
21st District Rep. Pos. 1
Ed Borey (R) 10,166 or 45 percent
Mary Helen Roberts (D) 10,166 or 55 percent
21st District Rep. Pos. 2
Marko Liias (D) 11,942 or 53 percent
Elizabeth Scott (R) 10,671 or 47 percent
32nd District Senator
Maralyn Chase (D) 15,400 or 58 percent
David Baker (R) 11,122 or 42 percent
32nd District Rep. Pos. 1
Art Coday (R) 11,130
Cindy Ryu (D) 15,674
32nd District Rep. Pos. 2
Gary Gagliardi (R) 10,033 or 38 percent
Ruth Kagi (D) 16,358 or 62 percent
State Supreme Court Pos. 6
Charlie Wiggins (NP) 556,484 or 49 percent
Richard B. Sanders (NP) 556,484 or 51 percent
Mark Roe (D) 89,873 or 69 percent
Jim Kenny (D) 39,486 or 31 percent
Write-in 1,584 or 1.21 percent
I-1053 would restate existing statutory requirements that legislative actions raising taxes must be approved by two-thirds legislative majorities or receive voter approval.
For: 926,740 or 66 percent
Against: 485,186 or 34 percent
I-1082 would authorize employers to purchase private industrial insurance beginning July 1, 2012.
For: 581,033 or 42 percent
Against: 806,814or 58 percent
I-1098 would tax “adjusted gross income” above $200,000 (individuals) and $400,000 (joint-filers), reduce state property tax levies, reduce certain business and occupation taxes, and direct any increased revenues to education and health.
For: 493,762 or 34 percent
Against: 940,970 or 66 percent
I-1100 would close state liquor stores; authorize sale, distribution, and importation of spirits by private parties.
For: 690,175 or 48 percent
Against: 746,001 or 52 percent
I-1105, the second liquor privatization proposal, would close all state liquor stores and license private parties to sell or distribute spirits.
For: 525,615 or 37 percent
Against: 904,666 or 63 percent
I-1107 would end sales tax on candy; end temporary sales tax on some bottled water; end temporary excise taxes on carbonated beverages; and reduce tax rates for certain food processors.
For: 903,322 or 63 percent
Against: 532,561 or 37 percent
Referendum 52 would authorize bonds to finance construction and repair projects increasing energy efficiency in public schools and higher education buildings, and continue the sales tax on bottled water otherwise expiring in 2013.
For: 607,476 or 43 percent
Against: 801,936 or 57 percent
House Joint Resolution 4220 would authorize courts to deny bail for offenses punishable by the possibility of life in prison, on clear and convincing evidence of a propensity for violence that would likely endanger persons.
For: 1,203,659 or 85 percent
Against: 204,792 or 15 percent
Senate Joint Resolution 8225 would require the state to reduce the interest accounted for in calculating the constitutional debt limit, by the amount of federal payments scheduled to be received to offset that interest.
For: 669, 794 or 51 percent
Against: 641,646 or 49 percent
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