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Primary Election Night Results

SPOKANE, Wash. - It is Primary Election night and here are the results so far:

United States Senator
Michael Baumgartner - 30.24%
Will Baker - 1.24%
Chuck Jackson - 2.06%
Timmy (Doc) Wilson - 2.61%
Art Coday - 4.47%
Maria Cantwell - 55.77%
Glen Stockwell - 2.02%
Mike The Mover - 1.58%
 
United States Representative
Ian Moody -3.26%
Rich Cowan - 34.91%
Randall Yearout - 7.85%
Cathy McMorris Rodgers  - 53.99%
 
Washington State Governor
Rob Hill - 4%
Rob McKenna - 42.93%
Jay Inslee - 46.78%
James White 1.15%
Christian Joubert - 0.79%
Shahram Hadian - 2.38%
L. Dale Sorgen - .7%
Max Sampson - .75%
Javier O. Lopez .52%
 
 
Washington State Lt. Governor
Glenn Anderson - 19.96%
Brad Owen - 47.5%
James Robert Deal - 3.25%
Bill Finkbeiner - 25.09%
Dale T. Sumner IV - .46%
Mark Greene - 3.74%
 
Washington State Secretary of State
Jim Kastama 12.78%
David J. Anderson - 4.38%
Sam Wright - 1.98%
Karen Murray - 4.62%
Kathleen Drew - 19.28%
Kim Wyman - 42.39%
Greg Nickels 14.57%
 
Washington State Auditor
Troy Kelly - 24.28%
James Watkins - 50.14%
Mark Miloscia - 8.98%
Craig Pridemore - 16.6%
 
Washington State Attorney General
Bob Ferguson - 48.96%
Reagan Dunn - 40.17%
Stephen Pidgeon - 10.86%
 
Washington State Commissioner of Public Lands
Stephen A. Sharon - 8.41%
Peter Goldmark - 46.6%
Clint Didier - 44.99%
Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction
James Bauckman 14.49%
Randy Dorn - 51.49%
Dan Hansler - 9.28%
John Patterson Blair - 6.91%
Ronald Higgins - 17.82%
 
Washington State Insurance Commissioner
John Adams 24.44%
Mike Kreidler - 50.33%
Scott Reilly - 19.21%
Brian Berend - 6.02%
 
Legislative District 3 State Senator
Nancy McLaughlin 40.68%
Andy Billig - 59.06%
 
 
Legislative District 3 State Rep Pos. 1
Tim Benn - 19.74%
Marcus Riccelli - 27.63%
Bob Apple - 19.89%
Jon Snyder - 19.42%
Morgan Oyler - 13.08%
 
Legislative District 3 State Rep Pos. 2
Dave White - 35.50%
Timm Ormsby - 64.26%
 
Legislative District 4 State Rep Pos. 2
Matt Shea - 57.25%
Amy Biviano - 42.49%
 
Legislative District 6 State Rep Pos. 2
Jeff Holy - 29.88%
Ben Oakley - 15. 24%
Dennis Dellwo - 44.00%
Larry Keller - 10.76%
 
Legislative District 7 State Rep Pos. 2
Robert Wilson - 50.98%
Joel Kretz - 46.03%
 
Spokane County Commissioner Dist. 1
John Roskelley - 44.45%
Todd Mielke - 55.18%
 
Spokane County Commissioner Dist. 2
Shelly O'Quinn -34.63%
Rob Chase - 23.11%
Daryl Romeyn - 42.03%
 
City of Cheney Prop. 1
Approved - 74.64%
Rejected - 25.26%
 
City of Cheney Prop. 2
Yes - 79.31%
No - 20.69%
  
Spokane Valley Fire Prop. 1
Levy Yes - 67.29%
Levy No - 32.71%
 
Fire District 9 Prop. 1
Levy Yes - 67.91%
Levy No - 32.09%
 
 
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