Washington Decides 2019

Welcome to Pacific NW Portal's 2019 Top Two Elections Coverage

First week of counting is complete in 2019 Top Two election

A field of nearly sixty Seattle City Council candidates is being whittled down to fourteen... Incumbent legislators Liz Lovelett and Alex Ybarra are ahead in their respective special elections... Sam Cho and Grant Degginger are the likely finalists for Port of Seattle, Position #2... King County voters overwhelmingly pass Parks For All levy, Seattle voters enthusiastically back libraries levy...

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. 2019 is a local election year: Most home rule counties in Washington will be filling positions this year, along with most cities, school districts, and ports.

Analysis from NPI's Cascadia Advocate

Asides and links from NPI's In Brief

King County Results

County, city, port, and school board contests

King County Results

County-level positions are voted on in odd-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.

Pierce County Results

County, city, port, and school board contests

Pierce County Results

County-level positions are voted on 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.

Snohomish County Results

County, city, port, and school board contests

Snohomish County Results

County-level positions are voted on in odd-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.

Results for Local Ballot Measures

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.