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Top Two Election Night 2013 - Results and Special Live Election Coverage from NPI
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4th District surprise: Tea Party favorite Clint Didier to face Dan Newhouse in November in state's first all-Republican runoff for federal office... Seattle Metropolitan Parks proposal passing by narrow margin ... Suzan DelBene handily dispatching six challengers with an outright majority of the vote in 1st Congressional District... Strom Peterson, Christine Kilduff ahead in two major open-seat House races... Democrat Matt Isenhower has a strong night in the 45th District, setting the stage for a big showdown in the autumn with Republican Andy Hill.

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Unofficial election night results for "straw poll" legislative races

Be aware that these are unofficial results and will change as ballots continue to be counted. Data is provided by the Secretary of State and county elections officials.

U.S. House (4th District)
Janea Holmquist NewbryJanea Holmquist Newbry
Republican
10.36%
Clint DidierClint Didier
Republican
31.81%
Dan NewhouseDan Newhouse
Republican
25.59%
George CicotteGeorge Cicotte
Republican
6.43%
Glen StockwellGlen Stockwell
Republican
0.51%
Gavin SeimGavin Seim
Republican
1.97%
Gordon Allen ProssGordon Allen Pross
Republican
0.17%
Kevin MidbustKevin Midbust
Republican
0.15%
Estakio BeltranEstakio Beltran
Democrat
12.23%
Tony SandovalTony Sandoval
Democrat
6.32%
Richard WrightRichard Wright
Independent
3.06%
Josh RamirezJosh Ramirez
Independent
1.4%
U.S. House (7th District)
Jim McDermottJim McDermott
Democrat (incumbent)
76.86%
Craig KellerCraig Keller
Republican
9.16%
Scott SutherlandScott Sutherland
Republican
6.54%
Doug McQuaidDoug McQuaid
Independent
6.32%
GoodspaceguyGoodspaceguy
Perennial independent candidate
1.12%
Results will automatically update
U.S. House (1st District)
Suzan DelBeneSuzan DelBene
Democrat (incumbent)
50.67%
Pedro CelisPedro Celis
Republican
16.45%
John OrlinskiJohn Orlinski
Republican
10.08%
Edwin MoatsEdwin Moats
Republican
4.45%
Robert SutherlandRobert Sutherland
Republican
15.61%
Richard ToddRichard Todd
Independent
1.73%
Mike The MoverMike The Mover
Perennial independent candidae
1.01%
U.S. House (3rd District)
Jaime Herrera-BeutlerJaime Herrera-Beutler
Republican (incumbent)
48.82%
Michael DelavarMichael Delavar
Republican
13.22%
Bob DingethalBob Dingethal
Democrat
37.95%
U.S. House (2nd District)
Rick LarsenRick Larsen
Democrat (incumbent)
55.59%
B.J. GuillotB.J. Guillot
Republican
32.73%
Mike LapointeMike Lapointe
Independent
11.68%
U.S. House (8th District)
Dave ReichertDave Reichert
Republican (incumbent)
62.5%
Jason RitchieJason Ritchie
Democrat
28.81%
Keith ArnoldKeith Arnold
Democrat
8.69%
U.S. House (10th District)
Denny HeckDenny Heck
Democrat (incumbent)
51.58%
Joyce McDonaldJoyce McDonald
Republican
41.29%
Sam WrightSam Wright
Independent
2.33%
Jennifer Gigi FergusonJennifer Gigi Ferguson
Independent
4.8%
U.S. House (9th District)
Adam SmithAdam Smith
Democrat (incumbent)
64%
Don RiversDon Rivers
Democrat
5.85%
Doug BaslerDoug Basler
Republican
27.21%
Mark GreeneMark Greene
Independent
2.94%
U.S. House (5th District)
Cathy McMorris RodgersCathy McMorris Rodgers
Republican (incumbent)
51.75%
Tom HorneTom Horne
Republican
8.21%
Joe PakootasJoe Pakootas
Democrat
28.65%
Dave WilsonDave Wilson
Independent
11.39%
U.S. House (6th District)
Derek KilmerDerek Kilmer
Democrat (incumbent)
58.7%
Marty McClendonMarty McClendon
Republican
34.32%
Douglas MilhollandDouglas Milholland
Green Party
3.5%
W. Greybeard McPhersonW. Greybeard McPherson
Independent
3.48%

Unofficial election night results for contested legislative races

Be aware that these are unofficial results and will change as ballots continue to be counted. Data is provided by the Secretary of State and county elections officials.

State House #2 (28th LD)
Christine KilduffChristine Kilduff
Democrat
25.56%
John ConnellyJohn Connelly
Democrat
62.54%
Kevin HeiderichKevin Heiderich
Independent
12.42%
Monique V. TrudnowskiMonique V. Trudnowski
Republican
2.94%
Paul WagemannPaul Wagemann
Republican
31.6%
State House #1 (42nd LD)
Satpal SidhuSatpal Sidhu
Democrat
34.27%
Bill KnutzenBill Knutzen
Republican
43.06%
Luanne VanWervenLuanne VanWerven
Republican
22.96%
Nicholas KunkelNicholas Kunkel
Libertarian
38.82%
State Senate (35th LD)
Irene BowlingIrene Bowling
Democrat
31.38%
Tim SheldonTim Sheldon
Republican (incumbent)
49.73%
Travis CoutureTravis Couture
Republican
33.39%
State House #1 (21st LD)
Strom PetersonStrom Peterson
Democrat
5.96%
Scott WhelpleyScott Whelpley
Democrat
14.9%
Justin McMahonJustin McMahon
Democrat
3.79%
Dick McManusDick McManus
Conspiracy theorist
32.36%
Allen McPheetersAllen McPheeters
Republican
28.36%
State House #2 (14th LD)
Paul GeorgePaul George
Democrat
75.51%
Ben ShovalBen Shoval
Republican
45.62%
Gina McCabeGina McCabe
Republican
13.41%
Adam YoestAdam Yoest
Republican
29.04%
State Senate (31st LD)
Pam RoachPam Roach
Republican (incumbent)
20.34%
Cathy DahlquistCathy Dahlquist
Republican
40.46%
Lynda MessnerLynda Messner
Fake Democrat
51.84%
State Senate (37th LD)
Pramila JayapalPramila Jayapal
Democrat
10.25%
Louis WatanabeLouis Watanabe
Democrat
8.47%
Shelley SecrestShelley Secrest
Democrat
1.93%
John StaffordJohn Stafford
Democrat
16.11%
Rowland MartinRowland Martin
Republican
10.1%
State House #1 (5th LD)
Colin AlexanderColin Alexander
Democrat
6.85%
David SpringDavid Spring
Democrat
32.69%
Chad MagendanzChad Magendanz
Republican
56.44%
Ryan Dean BurkettRyan Dean Burkett
Independent
4.02%
State House #1 (26th LD)
Nathan SchlicherNathan Schlicher
Democrat
49.1%
Jesse YoungJesse Young
Republican (incumbent)
47%
Bill ScheidlerBill Scheidler
Republican
38.17%

Unofficial election night results for "straw poll" legislative races

Because only two candidates filed for each of the positions below, they were automatically guaranteed placement on the November election ballot - hence the term "straw poll races". Be aware that these are unofficial results and will change as ballots continue to be counted. Data is provided by the Secretary of State and county elections officials.

State Senate (45th LD)
Matt IsenhowerMatt
Isenhower

Democrat
53.79%
Andy HillAndy
Hill

Republican
54%
State Senate (30th LD)
Shari SongShari
Song

Democrat
59.06%
Mark MilosciaMark
Miloscia

Republican
43.1%
State House #1 (17th LD)
Monica<br /> StonierMonica
Stonier

Democrat
39.12%
Lynda WilsonLynda
Wilson

Republican
48.35%
State House #1 (28th LD)
Mary MossMary
Moss

Democrat
27.48%
Dick MuriDick
Muri

Republican
41.18%
State Senate (28th LD)
Tami GreenTami
Green

Democrat
58.82%
Steve O'BanSteve
O'Ban

Republican
43.77%
State Senate (26th LD)
Judy ArbogastJudy
Arbogast

Democrat
56.92%
Jan AngelJan
Angel

Republican
14.84%
State House #1 (45th LD)
Roger GoodmanRoger
Goodman

Democrat
46%
Joel HusseyJoel
Hussey

Republican
44.09%
State House #1 (5th LD)
Essie HicksEssie
Hicks

Democrat
42.41%
Jay RodneJay
Rodne

Republican
57.59%
State Senate (6th LD)
Rich CowanRich
Cowan

Democrat
42.77%
Michael BaumgartnerMichael
Baumgartner

Republican
57.23%
State Senate (15th LD)
Gabriel MuñozGabriel
Muñoz

Democrat
100%
Jim HoneyfordJim
Honeyford

Republican
24.49%
State House #2 (26th LD)
Larry SeaquistLarry
Seaquist

Democrat
67.99%
Michelle CaldierMichelle
Caldier

Republican
50.9%
State House #1 (47th LD)
Chris BarringerChris
Barringer

Democrat
52.09%
Mark HargroveMark
Hargrove

Republican
41.77%
State Senate (42nd LD)
Seth FleetwoodSeth
Fleetwood

Democrat
56.94%
Doug EricksenDoug
Ericksen

Republican
3.96%
State Senate (47th LD)
Carol BarberCarol
Barber

Democrat
66.33%
Joe FainJoe
Fain

Republican
58.23%
State House #2 (30th LD)
Greg BarusoGreg
Baruso

Democrat
49.04%
Linda KochmarLinda
Kochmar

Republican
40.94%
State House #2 (48th LD)
Joan McBrideJoan
McBride

Democrat
55.41%
Tim TurnerTim
Turner

Libertarian
69.84%
Unofficial Results forlocal races

Below are results for hot races and ballot measures at the local level. Again, please note that these are unofficial results and subject to change.

Seattle Parks Levy
YesYes
Pass the Seattle parks proposal
53.35%
NoNo
Reject the parks proposal
46.65%
Clark Commission #3
Craig PridemoreCraig
Pridemore
Democrat
57.4127%
Jeanne StewartJeanne
Stewart
Republican
42.5873%
 
 
Frequently asked questions

Q: Where does Pacific NW Portal pull these numbers from?

A: We get our election results data directly from the Secretary of State and county elections officials across Washington. The percentages above, assuming our system has been able to poll for updates successfully, should be the same as what you'll find on vote.wa.gov or the website of your local county auditor. We poll for updates in accordance with the release schedules set forth by county elections officials. Please note that these are unofficial results and subject to change.

Q: Why are only a few dozen races shown?

A: Because there are hundreds of contests being decided across the state, and showing them all on one page would be impractical and unwise. Our goal isn't to duplicate what elections officials provide, but rather to make it easier to see the marquee and hot races in one place, so you don't have to click, click, and click to find what you're most interested in finding results for. We keep it simple, so you can see a lot just by doing a little bit of scrolling. All we show you are candidate names, photos, party affiliation or another descriptor, and the percentage of the vote they are currently receiving. That's it. To see how many votes the candidate (or ballot measure) actually got, you'll want to browse the election returns provided by the Secretary of State or your county auditor.

Q: Who decides which races are the "hot" races?

A: The staff and board of the Northwest Progressive Institute make those decisions, but we are significantly influenced by reader feedback. Many of the races above were requested for inclusion by readers like you.

Q: Why doesn't the matrix show where a particular district is within the state? These numbers mean nothing to me...

A: The matrix is minimalist in its design to maximize readability and usability. In the future, we're going to try to add maps that could be shown by clicking on the heading for the race, and possibly also additional information for all the races in a particular district. For the time being, you can use the district lookup tool provided by the State of Washington to see where a particular congressional or legislative district is in the state. Alternatively, check out these downloadable maps provided by the Redistricting Commission.

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