Washington Decides 2020

Welcome to Pacific NW Portal's 2020 Top Two Election Coverage

Jay Inslee likely to face Loren Culp in autumn, early results suggest

Democratic candidates lead in all but one statewide race; party also on track to keep its majorities in the State House and Senate | All federal incumbents ahead in their respective races, while Democrats Marilyn Strickland and Beth Doglio have the top two spots in the 10th Congressional District | State Democratic Chair Tina Podlodowski declares: “No amount of conspiracy theorizing or fearmongering from Trump or the WA GOP can overcome the very real consequences of Trump’s failure to contain the pandemic that every American is living through every single day.”

What's at stake in this election: The field of candidates for every position that is being contested this year will be narrowed to just two each for the November general election, which is actually a runoff under the "Top Two" system that Washington uses. Races in which no more than two candidates filed will not appear on the ballot unless they are for partisan office. 2020 is a presidential election year: All nine statewide executive positions are on the ballot, along with ten U.S. House positions, ninety-eight State House positions and twenty-four State Senate positions. Four State Supreme Court positions are on the ballot, but voters will not see those races until November because the law only requires that races with three candidates or more to appear in the first round.

Jump to election results: Statewide Executive | Federal | Judicial | Legislative (Three Or More Candidates) | Legislative (Two Candidate Contests) | Pierce


BALANCE OF POWER: Who will control the Washington State House and Senate in 2021?

PARTY PERFORMANCE: How many legislative contests is each party winning?

Analysis from NPI's Cascadia Advocate

Asides and links from NPI's In Brief

Statewide Executive Results

Contests for statewide executive positions

Statewide Executive Results

These positions are filled in presidential years

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.

Federal Results

U.S. House contests

Federal Results

These positions are filled every two years

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.

Judicial Results

Superior Court contests

Judicial Results

These positions are filled every four years

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.

Results for State Legislative Contests with 3+ Candidates

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 #1 (10th District)

Greg Gilday Greg Gilday
Republican | 12,684 votes
44.05%
Angie Homola Angie Homola
Democratic | 8,140 votes
28.27%
Suzanne Woodard Suzanne Woodard
Democratic | 5,064 votes
17.59%
Scott McMullen Scott McMullen
Democratic | 2,013 votes
6.99%
Ivan Lewis Ivan Lewis
Democratic | 805 votes
2.8%

State Senate (19th District)

Dean Takko Dean Takko
Democratic | 13,824 votes
46.03%
Jeff Wilson Jeff Wilson
Republican | 10,959 votes
36.49%
Wes Cormier Wes Cormier
Republican | 5,205 votes
17.33%

State House #1 (26th District)

Jesse L Young Jesse L Young
Republican | 14,470 votes
49.34%
Carrie Hesch Carrie Hesch
Democratic | 12,865 votes
43.87%
Drew Darsow Drew Darsow
Democratic | 1,953 votes
6.66%

State House #1 (30th District)

Jamila Taylor Jamila Taylor
Democratic | 7,610 votes
44.09%
Martin A Moore Martin A Moore
Republican | 4,497 votes
26.06%
Janis Clark Janis Clark
Republican | 2,821 votes
16.35%
Cheryl Hurst Cheryl Hurst
Democratic | 2,298 votes
13.31%

State House #2 (36th District)

Liz Berry Liz Berry
Democratic | 15,458 votes
49.45%
Sarah Reyneveld Sarah Reyneveld
Democratic | 13,376 votes
42.79%
Jeffrey M Cohen Jeffrey M Cohen
Democratic | 1,960 votes
6.27%

State House #2 (1st District)

Shelley Kloba Shelley Kloba
Democratic | 16,500 votes
64.43%
Jeb Brewer Jeb Brewer
Republican | 6,118 votes
23.89%
Gary Morgan Gary Morgan
Republican | 2,955 votes
11.54%

State Senate (4th District)

Mike Padden Mike Padden
Republican | 14,857 votes
56.73%
John Roskelley John Roskelley
Democratic | 9,842 votes
37.58%
Ann Marie Danimus Ann Marie Danimus
Independent | 1,467 votes
5.6%

State House #1 (5th District)

Bill Ramos Bill Ramos
Democratic | 15,854 votes
61%
Ken Moninski Ken Moninski
Republican | 8,822 votes
33.94%
Cyrus Krohn Cyrus Krohn
Other | 1,261 votes
4.85%

State House #1 (13th District)

Tom Dent Tom Dent
Republican | 17,039 votes
73.39%
Eduardo Castaneda-Díaz Eduardo Castaneda-Díaz
Democratic | 5,418 votes
23.34%
John 'the man' Malan John 'the man' Malan
Democratic | 729 votes
3.14%

State House #1 (20th District)

Peter Abbarno Peter Abbarno
Republican | 15,334 votes
45.99%
Timothy Zahn Timothy Zahn
Democratic | 8,909 votes
26.72%
Brian Lange Brian Lange
Republican | 8,102 votes
24.3%
Kurtis Engle Kurtis Engle
Other | 921 votes
2.76%

State Senate (22nd District)

Sam Hunt Sam Hunt
Democratic | 15,174 votes
58.74%
Garry Holland Garry Holland
Republican | 7,923 votes
30.67%
Kevin Young Kevin Young
Democratic | 2,685 votes
10.39%

State House #1 (24th District)

Mike Chapman Mike Chapman
Democratic | 22,193 votes
57.61%
Sue Forde Sue Forde
Republican | 10,390 votes
26.97%
Daniel Charles Svoboda Daniel Charles Svoboda
Republican | 5,904 votes
15.33%

State House #2 (29th District)

Terry Harder Terry Harder
Republican | 5,551 votes
39.41%
Steve Kirby Steve Kirby
Democratic | 4,684 votes
33.26%
Sharlett Mena Sharlett Mena
Democratic | 3,820 votes
27.12%

State House #1 (32nd District)

Cindy Ryu Cindy Ryu
Democratic | 14,518 votes
64.05%
Shirley Sutton Shirley Sutton
Democratic | 5,433 votes
23.97%
Keith Smith Keith Smith
Democratic | 2,177 votes
9.61%

State Senate (38th District)

June Robinson June Robinson
Democratic | 9,226 votes
46.34%
Bernard Moody Bernard Moody
Republican | 7,918 votes
39.77%
Kelly M Fox Kelly M Fox
Democratic | 2,748 votes
13.8%

State House #2 (41st District)

My-Linh Thai My-Linh Thai
Democratic | 15,748 votes
60.33%
Al Rosenthal Al Rosenthal
Republican | 6,788 votes
26%
Aaron Leedham Aaron Leedham
Democratic | 1,786 votes
6.84%
Harlan Gallinger Harlan Gallinger
Independent | 1,755 votes
6.72%

State House #2 (47th District)

Pat Sullivan Pat Sullivan
Democratic | 12,085 votes
57.94%
Ted Cooke Ted Cooke
Republican | 6,115 votes
29.32%
Joseph Cimaomo Jr Joseph Cimaomo Jr
Republican | 1,919 votes
9.2%
Peter Thompson Jr Peter Thompson Jr
Republican | 705 votes
3.38%

State House #1 (49th District)

Sharon Wylie Sharon Wylie
Democratic | 15,387 votes
58.74%
Justin Forsman Justin Forsman
Republican | 7,980 votes
30.46%
Kelli Danielle Fiskum Kelli Danielle Fiskum
Independent | 2,784 votes
10.63%

State House #2 (10th District)

Dave Paul Dave Paul
Democratic | 14,505 votes
49.87%
Bill Bruch Bill Bruch
Republican | 13,533 votes
46.52%
Taylor Zimmermann Taylor Zimmermann
Other | 1,022 votes
3.51%

State House #1 (19th District)

Jim Walsh Jim Walsh
Republican | 16,847 votes
56.21%
Marianna Everson Marianna Everson
Democratic | 6,983 votes
23.3%
Clint Bryson Clint Bryson
Democratic | 6,111 votes
20.39%

State House #2 (26th District)

Joy Stanford Joy Stanford
Democratic | 13,585 votes
45.99%
Michelle Caldier Michelle Caldier
Republican | 10,755 votes
36.41%
Alisha Beeler Alisha Beeler
Republican | 5,168 votes
17.5%

State House #2 (30th District)

Jesse Johnson Jesse Johnson
Democratic | 10,065 votes
58.18%
Jack Walsh Jack Walsh
Republican | 5,527 votes
31.95%
Mark Greene Mark Greene
Republican | 1,024 votes
5.92%
Chris Dowllar Chris Dowllar
Republican | 643 votes
3.72%

State House #1 (37th District)

Sharon Tomiko Santos Sharon Tomiko Santos
Democratic | 17,826 votes
76.29%
John Stafford John Stafford
Democratic | 2,761 votes
11.82%
William Burroughs William Burroughs
Democratic | 1,301 votes
5.57%
John Dickinson John Dickinson
Other | 1,295 votes
5.54%

State Senate (2nd District)

Rick Payne Rick Payne
Democratic | 6,840 votes
30.88%
Jim McCune Jim McCune
Republican | 4,596 votes
20.75%
Josh Penner Josh Penner
Republican | 3,860 votes
17.43%
Ronda Litzenberger Ronda Litzenberger
Republican | 3,166 votes
14.29%
Gina Blanchard-Reed Gina Blanchard-Reed
Republican | 1,828 votes
8.25%
Matthew Smith Matthew Smith
Republican | 1,808 votes
8.16%

State House #1 (4th District)

Lori Feagan Lori Feagan
Democratic | 10,489 votes
40.21%
Bob McCaslin Bob McCaslin
Republican | 9,428 votes
36.14%
Mike Conrad Mike Conrad
Republican | 4,050 votes
15.52%
Dave Whitehead Dave Whitehead
Republican | 2,093 votes
8.02%

State House #2 (6th District)

Jenny Graham Jenny Graham
Republican | 12,145 votes
51.69%
Tom McGarry Tom McGarry
Democratic | 7,159 votes
30.47%
Christian M McLachlan Christian M McLachlan
Democratic | 4,157 votes
17.69%

State House #1 (14th District)

Chris Corry Chris Corry
Republican | 12,790 votes
62.45%
Tracy Rushing Tracy Rushing
Democratic | 7,161 votes
34.97%
William Razey William Razey
Other | 504 votes
2.46%

State House #1 (21st District)

Strom H Peterson Strom H Peterson
Democratic | 13,236 votes
57.7%
Brian Thompson Brian Thompson
Republican | 7,574 votes
33.02%
Gant Diede Gant Diede
Democratic | 2,105 votes
9.18%

State House #1 (2nd District)

Laurie Dolan Laurie Dolan
Democratic | 16,151 votes
62.67%
J D Ingram J D Ingram
Republican | 7,458 votes
28.94%
Allen Acosta Allen Acosta
Libertarian | 1,202 votes
4.66%
Jonny Meade Jonny Meade
Other | 935 votes
3.63%

State House #2 (24th District)

Mike Chapman Mike Chapman
Democratic | 22,193 votes
57.61%
Sue Forde Sue Forde
Republican | 10,390 votes
26.97%
Daniel Charles Svoboda Daniel Charles Svoboda
Republican | 5,904 votes
15.33%

State House #1 (31st District)

Drew Stokesbary Drew Stokesbary
Republican | 15,816 votes
61.08%
Katie Young Katie Young
Democratic | 8,964 votes
34.62%
Zach Stover Zach Stover
Other | 1,076 votes
4.16%

State House #2 (32nd District)

Lauren Davis Lauren Davis
Democratic | 16,975 votes
73.03%
Tamra Smilanich Tamra Smilanich
Other | 3,655 votes
15.73%
Gray Petersen Gray Petersen
Democratic | 2,274 votes
9.78%

State House #1 (38th District)

Emily Wicks Emily Wicks
Democratic | 10,122 votes
50.74%
Bert Johnson Bert Johnson
Republican | 7,516 votes
37.67%
Lacey Sauvageau Lacey Sauvageau
Democratic | 1,436 votes
7.2%
Jorge Garrido Jorge Garrido
Libertarian | 857 votes
4.3%

State House #1 (43rd District)

Nicole Macri Nicole Macri
Democratic | 28,866 votes
91.93%
Leslie Klein Leslie Klein
Republican | 2,014 votes
6.41%
Brandon Franklin Brandon Franklin
Other | 460 votes
1.47%

State House #1 (48th District)

Vandana Slatter Vandana Slatter
Democratic | 15,242 votes
72.73%
Victor H Bishop Victor H Bishop
Republican | 5,416 votes
25.84%
Scott Dusenbery Scott Dusenbery
Other | 266 votes
1.27%

State House #2 (49th District)

Monica Stonier Monica Stonier
Democratic | 15,910 votes
61.59%
Park Llafet Park Llafet
Republican | 8,202 votes
31.75%
Troy Potter Troy Potter
Independent | 1,671 votes
6.47%

State Senate (16th District)

Danielle Garbe Reser Danielle Garbe Reser
Democratic | 7,547 votes
37.13%
Perry Dozier Perry Dozier
Republican | 6,788 votes
33.4%
William William "Bill" Jenkin
Republican | 5,965 votes
29.35%

State House #2 (2nd District)

Dusty Pierpoint Dusty Pierpoint
Republican | 9,028 votes
35.13%
Jessica Bateman Jessica Bateman
Democratic | 9,016 votes
35.09%
Mary Ellen Biggerstaff Mary Ellen Biggerstaff
Democratic | 3,497 votes
13.61%
Glenda Breiler Glenda Breiler
Democratic | 2,729 votes
10.62%
Anthony Novack Anthony Novack
Democratic | 1,400 votes
5.45%

State House #2 (28th District)

Dan Bronoske Dan Bronoske
Democratic | 10,805 votes
53.63%
Chris Nye Chris Nye
Republican | 4,920 votes
24.42%
Jamie Michaud Jamie Michaud
Republican | 4,397 votes
21.82%

State House #1 (11th District)

David Hackney David Hackney
Democratic | 7,020 votes
42.1%
Zack Hudgins Zack Hudgins
Democratic | 6,071 votes
36.41%
Jay Stark Jay Stark
Other | 3,293 votes
19.75%

State House #2 (37th District)

Kirsten Harris-Talley Kirsten Harris-Talley
Democratic | 11,724 votes
49.66%
Chukundi Salisbury Chukundi Salisbury
Democratic | 4,999 votes
21.17%
Andrea Caupain Andrea Caupain
Democratic | 2,852 votes
12.08%
Stephen Richter Stephen Richter
Republican | 2,281 votes
9.66%
Robert Redwine Robert Redwine
Democratic | 719 votes
3.05%
Andy Goeres Andy Goeres
Democratic | 673 votes
2.85%
Kathy M Woodward Kathy M Woodward
Other | 312 votes
1.32%

State House #2 (2nd District)

JT Wilcox JT Wilcox
Republican | 9,802 votes
44.14%
Veronica Whitcher Rockett Veronica Whitcher Rockett
Democratic | 7,034 votes
31.68%
Matt Marshall Matt Marshall
Republican | 5,323 votes
23.97%

State House #2 (4th District)

Lance Gurel Lance Gurel
Democratic | 9,903 votes
38.6%
Rob Chase Rob Chase
Republican | 8,114 votes
31.63%
Leonard Christian Leonard Christian
Republican | 6,200 votes
24.17%
Nathan R Sybrandy Nathan R Sybrandy
Republican | 1,405 votes
5.48%

State Senate (18th District)

Rick Bell Rick Bell
Democratic | 13,749 votes
41.13%
Ann Rivers Ann Rivers
Republican | 10,579 votes
31.64%
John Ley John Ley
Republican | 9,075 votes
27.14%

State House #2 (21st District)

Lillian Ortiz-Self Lillian Ortiz-Self
Democratic | 15,364 votes
66.4%
Amy Schaper Amy Schaper
Republican | 7,207 votes
31.15%
Willie Russell Willie Russell
Other | 540 votes
2.33%

State House #1 (23rd District)

Tarra Simmons Tarra Simmons
Democratic | 11,798 votes
45.31%
April Ferguson April Ferguson
Republican | 8,846 votes
33.97%
Leslie J Daugs Leslie J Daugs
Democratic | 4,048 votes
15.55%
Lou Krukar Lou Krukar
Democratic | 791 votes
3.04%
James Beall James Beall
Democratic | 523 votes
2.01%

State Senate (25th District)

Julie Door Julie Door
Democratic | 9,754 votes
45.28%
Chris Gildon Chris Gildon
Republican | 9,165 votes
42.54%
Emmett Smith Emmett Smith
Republican | 2,582 votes
11.99%

State House #2 (31st District)

Eric E Robertson Eric E Robertson
Republican | 9,409 votes
36.48%
Thomas R Clark Thomas R Clark
Democratic | 9,214 votes
35.72%
Jerimy Kirschner Jerimy Kirschner
Republican | 7,133 votes
27.65%

State House #2 (35th District)

Drew C MacEwen Drew C MacEwen
Republican | 16,252 votes
53.73%
Darcy Huffman Darcy Huffman
Democratic | 13,315 votes
44.02%
Earl W Burt Earl W Burt
Other | 636 votes
2.1%

State House #2 (39th District)

Carolyn Eslick Carolyn Eslick
Republican | 10,766 votes
46.71%
Ryan Johnson Ryan Johnson
Democratic | 8,644 votes
37.5%
Sandy Mesenbrink Sandy Mesenbrink
Republican | 3,609 votes
15.66%

State House #2 (43rd District)

Frank Chopp Frank Chopp
Democratic | 16,529 votes
53.74%
Sherae Lascelles Sherae Lascelles
Other | 8,558 votes
27.82%
Jessi Murray Jessi Murray
Democratic | 5,397 votes
17.55%

State House #2 (48th District)

Amy Walen Amy Walen
Democratic | 14,463 votes
68.97%
Tim J Hickey Tim J Hickey
Republican | 5,297 votes
25.26%
Morgan Puchek Morgan Puchek
Democratic | 1,174 votes
5.6%

Results for State Legislative Contests With Only 2 Candidates

Note that because only two candidates filed for these positions, there is no one to be eliminated in the Top Two election. State law nevertheless requires federal and state-level candidates to appear on the ballot even if they are guaranteed to move on.
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 (10th District)

Helen Price Johnson Helen Price Johnson
Democratic | 15,267
51.76%
Ron Muzzall Ron Muzzall
Republican | 14,193
48.12%

State House #2 (17th District)

Paul Harris Paul Harris
Republican | 15,671
66.33%
Bryan White Bryan White
Republican | 6,654
28.16%

State Senate (28th District)

Twina Nobles Twina Nobles
Democratic | 10,422
51.05%
Steve O'Ban Steve O'Ban
Republican | 9,969
48.83%

State House #1 (47th District)

Debra Entenman Debra Entenman
Democratic | 12,054
58.1%
Kyle Lyebyedyev Kyle Lyebyedyev
Republican | 8,645
41.67%

State Senate (1st District)

Derek Stanford Derek Stanford
Democratic | 16,876
65.52%
Art Coday Art Coday
Republican | 8,849
34.36%

State House #2 (3rd District)

Timm Ormsby Timm Ormsby
Democratic | 12,440
63.15%
Bob Apple Bob Apple
Other | 7,174
36.42%

State House #1 (8th District)

Brad Klippert Brad Klippert
Republican | 13,335
65.25%
Shir Regev Shir Regev
Democratic | 7,069
34.59%

State House #2 (11th District)

Steve Bergquist Steve Bergquist
Democratic | 12,581
71.25%
Sean Atchison Sean Atchison
Republican | 5,009
28.37%

State House #1 (16th District)

Mark Klicker Mark Klicker
Republican | 13,108
64.63%
Frances Chvatal Frances Chvatal
Democratic | 7,142
35.21%

State House #2 (23rd District)

Drew Hansen Drew Hansen
Democratic | 17,206
65.27%
Elaina Gonzales-Blanton Elaina Gonzales-Blanton
Republican | 9,115
34.58%

State House #2 (27th District)

Jake Fey Jake Fey
Democratic | 15,170
75.23%
Barry Knowles Barry Knowles
Independent | 4,784
23.72%

State House #2 (38th District)

Mike Sells Mike Sells
Democratic | 13,105
69.28%
David Wiley David Wiley
Libertarian | 5,467
28.9%

State House #2 (40th District)

Alex Ramel Alex Ramel
Democratic | 20,109
70.38%
Russ Dzialo Russ Dzialo
Republican | 8,408
29.43%

State House #1 (46th District)

Gerry Pollet Gerry Pollet
Democratic | 25,982
86.3%
Eric J Brown Eric J Brown
Republican | 4,060
13.49%

State Senate (5th District)

Ingrid Anderson Ingrid Anderson
Democratic | 11,117
48.4%
Mark Mullet Mark Mullet
Democratic | 10,806
47.05%

State House #1 (25th District)

Kelly Chambers Kelly Chambers
Republican | 11,613
53.83%
Jamie Smith Jamie Smith
Democratic | 9,924
46%

State House #1 (28th District)

Mari Leavitt Mari Leavitt
Democratic | 11,797
58.25%
Kevin Ballard Kevin Ballard
Republican | 8,427
41.61%

State House #2 (19th District)

Joel McEntire Joel McEntire
Republican | 15,548
51.96%
Brian E Blake Brian E Blake
Democratic | 14,320
47.85%

State House #1 (1st District)

Davina Duerr Davina Duerr
Democratic | 17,464
67.85%
Adam Bartholomew Adam Bartholomew
Republican | 8,239
32.01%

State House #1 (6th District)

Mike Volz Mike Volz
Republican | 12,440
52.5%
Zack Zappone Zack Zappone
Democratic | 11,228
47.39%

State House #2 (8th District)

Matt Boehnke Matt Boehnke
Republican | 15,036
80.47%
Larry Stanley Larry Stanley
Other | 3,286
17.59%

State House #1 (12th District)

Keith Goehner Keith Goehner
Republican | 15,994
63.81%
Adrianne Moore Adrianne Moore
Democratic | 9,036
36.05%

State House #2 (16th District)

Skyler Rude Skyler Rude
Republican | 13,594
67.63%
Carly Coburn Carly Coburn
Democratic | 6,463
32.15%

State Senate (24th District)

Kevin Van De Wege Kevin Van De Wege
Democratic | 22,006
56.97%
Connie Beauvais Connie Beauvais
Republican | 16,582
42.93%

State House #1 (29th District)

Melanie Morgan Melanie Morgan
Democratic | 8,552
61.98%
Koshin Mohamed Fidaar Koshin Mohamed Fidaar
Republican | 5,176
37.51%

State Senate (39th District)

Keith L Wagoner Keith L Wagoner
Republican | 14,714
65.4%
Kathryn A Lewandowsky Kathryn A Lewandowsky
Other | 7,731
34.36%

State Senate (41st District)

Lisa Wellman Lisa Wellman
Democratic | 18,914
72.73%
Mike Nykreim Mike Nykreim
Republican | 7,046
27.09%

State House #2 (46th District)

Javier Valdez Javier Valdez
Democratic | 25,199
83.62%
Beth Daranciang Beth Daranciang
Republican | 4,882
16.2%

State Senate (17th District)

Lynda Wilson Lynda Wilson
Republican | 15,281
53.72%
Daniel Smith Daniel Smith
Democratic | 13,115
46.11%

State House #2 (25th District)

Cyndy Jacobsen Cyndy Jacobsen
Republican | 11,292
52.42%
Brian Duthie Brian Duthie
Democratic | 10,202
47.36%

State House #1 (42nd District)

Luanne Van Werven Luanne Van Werven
Republican | 19,701
53.09%
Alicia Rule Alicia Rule
Democratic | 17,380
46.84%

State House #1 (18th District)

Brandon Vick Brandon Vick
Republican | 19,279
58.01%
Kassandra Bessert Kassandra Bessert
Democratic | 13,903
41.83%

State Senate (3rd District)

Andy Billig Andy Billig
Democratic | 12,053
60.69%
Dave Lucas Dave Lucas
Republican | 7,768
39.11%

State House #1 (7th District)

Jacquelin Maycumber Jacquelin Maycumber
Republican | 19,627
69.63%
Georgia D Davenport Georgia D Davenport
Democratic | 8,511
30.19%

State Senate (9th District)

Mark G Schoesler Mark G Schoesler
Republican | 14,937
67.03%
Jenn Goulet Jenn Goulet
Democratic | 7,276
32.65%

State House #1 (15th District)

Bruce Chandler Bruce Chandler
Republican | 8,862
67.36%
Jack McEntire Jack McEntire
Democratic | 4,281
32.54%

State House #2 (20th District)

Ed Orcutt Ed Orcutt
Republican | 24,283
72.45%
Will Rollet Will Rollet
Democratic | 9,128
27.24%

State Senate (27th District)

Jeannie Darneille Jeannie Darneille
Democratic | 14,977
71.55%
Kyle Paskewitz Kyle Paskewitz
Republican | 5,909
28.23%

State House #2 (33rd District)

Mia Su-Ling Gregerson Mia Su-Ling Gregerson
Democratic | 11,994
77.25%
Marliza Melzer Marliza Melzer
Libertarian | 3,179
20.48%

State House #1 (39th District)

Robert J Sutherland Robert J Sutherland
Republican | 13,760
59.43%
Claus Joens Claus Joens
Democratic | 9,368
40.46%

State House #1 (45th District)

Roger Goodman Roger Goodman
Democratic | 19,043
74.4%
John P Gibbons John P Gibbons
Republican | 6,514
25.45%

State Senate (49th District)

Annette Cleveland Annette Cleveland
Democratic | 15,666
59.54%
Rey Reynolds Rey Reynolds
Republican | 10,609
40.32%

State House #1 (17th District)

Vicki Kraft Vicki Kraft
Republican | 14,779
51.8%
Tanisha L Harris Tanisha L Harris
Democratic | 13,725
48.1%

State House #1 (44th District)

John Lovick John Lovick
Democratic | 15,292
56.89%
John T Kartak John T Kartak
Republican | 11,561
43.01%

State House #2 (42nd District)

Jennifer Sefzik Jennifer Sefzik
Republican | 19,121
51.57%
Sharon Shewmake Sharon Shewmake
Democratic | 17,934
48.36%

State House #2 (18th District)

Larry Hoff Larry Hoff
Republican | 17,919
53.73%
Donna L Sinclair Donna L Sinclair
Democratic | 15,382
46.13%

State House #1 (3rd District)

Marcus Riccelli Marcus Riccelli
Democratic | 12,095
61.31%
Laura D Carder Laura D Carder
Republican | 7,580
38.42%

State House #2 (7th District)

Joel Kretz Joel Kretz
Republican | 20,209
74.32%
JJ Wandler JJ Wandler
Independent | 6,847
25.18%

State House #1 (9th District)

Mary Dye Mary Dye
Republican | 16,381
77.3%
Brett Borden Brett Borden
Libertarian | 4,511
21.29%

State House #2 (15th District)

Jeremie Dufault Jeremie Dufault
Republican | 8,944
67.94%
AJ Cooper AJ Cooper
Democratic | 4,204
31.93%

State Senate (23rd District)

Christine Rolfes Christine Rolfes
Democratic | 17,681
66.86%
Pam Madden-Boyer Pam Madden-Boyer
Republican | 8,728
33.01%

State House #1 (27th District)

Laurie Jinkins Laurie Jinkins
Democratic | 14,986
79.13%
Ryan Talen Ryan Talen
Democratic | 3,296
17.4%

State House #1 (35th District)

Dan Griffey Dan Griffey
Republican | 17,108
56.6%
Colton Myers Colton Myers
Democratic | 13,079
43.27%

State Senate (40th District)

Elizabeth (Liz) Lovelett Elizabeth (Liz) Lovelett
Democratic | 20,561
71.21%
Charles Carrell Charles Carrell
Republican | 8,290
28.71%

State House #2 (45th District)

Larry Springer Larry Springer
Democratic | 18,075
70.11%
Amber Krabach Amber Krabach
Republican | 7,669
29.75%

Pierce County Results

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Pierce County Results

County-level positions are filled in even numbered years

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.