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August 1, 2017 Primary Election Results

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SPOKANE, Wash. -

August 1st, 2017 - WA Primary Election

The first results are expected to come in just after 8:00 p.m. Tuesday night. Keep checking this story for updates.

Spokane County

Legislative District 7 - State Senator

  • Karen Hardy (D) 32.74% 
  • Shelly Short (R) 67.26% 

Legislative District 7 - State Representative Position 1

  • Susan Swanson (D) 38.99% 
  • Jacquelin Maycumber (R) 61.01%

Judicial - Superior Court Judge Position 6

  • Jocelyn Cook 25.26%
  • J. Scott Miller 23.43%
  • Tony Hazel 51.31%

City of Medical Lake - Mayor

  • Shirley Maike 46.35%
  • Mikeal Suniga 29.01%
  • Laura Parsons 24.64%

City of Medical Lake - Council Position 2

  • Monica C. Manza
  • Elizabeth Rosenbeck
  • John Merrick

City of Medical Lake - Council Position 4

  • Tony Harbolt 41.58%
  • Destiny Stein 17.17%
  • Don Kennedy 41.25%

City of Medical Lake - Council Position 5

  • Michael Deeley 26.5%
  • Gary J. Plumlee 29.23%
  • Theodore E. Olson 44.27%

City of Spokane - District 1 Council Position 2

  • Kathryn Alexander 18.87% 
  • Kate Burke 44.13%
  • Tim Benn 37.01%

City of Spokane - District 2 Council Position 2

  • Breean L. Beggs 54.87%
  • Tony Kiepe 17.95%
  • Andy Dunau 23.56%
  • Bruce Vonada 3.61%

City of Spokane - District 3 Position 2

  • Brian Burrow 16.32%
  • Candace Mumm 53.71%
  • Matthew Howes 29.97%

City of Spokane Valley - Council Position 1

  • Rod Higgins  42.78%
  • Al (Albert) Merkel 23.51%
  • Chris Jackson 33.72%

City of Spokane Valley - Council Position 5

  • Ingemar (Lloyd) Woods 7.13%
  • Angie Beem 25.63%
  • Pamela Haley 54.52%
  • Robert (Rocky) Samson 12.72%

Spokane School District No. 81 Director Position 5

  • Miranda Ackerman 13.71%
  • Mike Wiser 57.24%
  • Jennifer Muroya Thomas 19.25%
  • Jessica Yocom 9.8%

Whitman County

Pullman School District No. 267 Director District 4

  • Nathan J. Roberts - 25.27%
  • Lipi Turner-Rahman - 18.62%
  • Elizabeth (Liz) Siler - 20.63%
  • Karl M. Johanson 35.48%

Town of Garfield - Mayor

  • Jarrod Pfaff - 45%
  • Ray McCown 38.12%
  • Terri Linderman 16.88%

Town of Garfield - Council Position 5

  • Rebecca Strange-Jones 5.59%
  • Tom Tevlin 69.57%
  • Kevin Pickron 24.84%

City of Pullman - Ward 1 Council Position 1

  • Al (Alan) Sorensen - 58.53%
  • Hannah Krauss - 16.36%
  • Eric Fejeran - 25.12%

City of Pullman - Ward 2 Council Position 2

  • Dan Records - 26.88%
  • Garren Shannon - 44.09%
  • Troy J. Smith 9.14%
  • Austin Brown 19.89%

Garfield County

  • County Sheriff
  • Steve Krouse (R) 50.57%
  • Drew W. Hyer (R) 49.43%

Pend Oreille County

Legislative District 7 - State Representative Position 1

  • Susan Swanson (D)
  • Jacquelin Maycumber (R)

Fire Protection - District 4 - Commissioner Position 2

  • Baneta (Bonnie) Sheffler 30.66%
  • Lee Sumerlin 25.18%
  • Ryan Tellessen 44.16%

Douglas County

East Wenatchee Water - Water Commissioner 1

  • Mike McCourt 15.96%
  • John D. Sterk 36.95%
  • Nick Warner 47.09%

Eastmont School District - Director 4

  • Jack Nieborsky 9.12%
  • Dave Piepel 50.26%
  • John M. Brangwin 24.03%
  • Don Shennum 16.59%

Okanogan County

Hospital District 4 - Commissioner District 4

  • Marylou Kriner - 26%
  • Jean Pfeifer - 24%
  • Helen Casey - 49%

Tonasket School District No. 404 - Director District 2

  • Michael Turnington - 13.68%
  • Jeff Yeckel 35.69%
  • Robert P. Wilson 24.69%
  • Clint Duchow 25.94%

Tonasket School District No. 404 - Director District 4

  • Allen Godwin - 35.97%
  • Rene Maldonado - 16.43%
  • Ernesto Cerrillo - 47.6%

Stevens County

State Senator - District 7

  • Karen Hardy (D)
  • Shelly Short (R)

Legislative District 7 - State Representative Position 1

  • Susan Swanson (D)
  • Jacquelin Maycumber (R)

City of Chewelah - Mayor

  • Dorothy Knauss - 47.74%
  • Bob Belknap - 46.24%
  • David Wantland - 6.02%

City of Chewelah - Council Position 1

  • Nicole Norvell - 51.93%
  • Candice Capoeman - 9.44%
  • John H. Kabosky - 38.63%

City of Chewelah - Council Position 2

  • Cori Wuesthoff - 56.87%
  • Dee Henderson - 26%
  • Joseph Weant - 17.12%

Chewelah School District No. 36 - Director District 1

  • Judith Bean 55.89%
  • T. O. Bakken 25.65%
  • Bill Lacy 18.46%

City of Kettle Falls - Mayor

  • Dave Presley 11.11%
  • Dale M. Drake 10.75%
  • Dorothy Slagle 22.22%
  • John Ridlington 55.91%

Town of Northport - Mayor

  • Brian A. Jouget 22.97%
  • Mike Lamb 47.3%
  • Beverly M. Chapman 29.73%

Grant County

Moses Lake School District No. 161 - Director District 4

  • Elliott Goodrich 38%
  • Kevin J. Donovan 44%
  • James Liebrecht 18%

Wilson Creek School District No. 167 - Director Position 5

  • Ron Lesser - 40%
  • Lane Ribail - 31%
  • Teresa (Teri) Garay - 28%

City of Moses Lake - Council Position 1

  • Dean Hankins 33%
  • Todd Voth 32%
  • Michael Riggs 35%

City of Quincy - Mayor

  • Scott B. Lybbert 38%
  • Ricardo Ruesga 10%
  • Ricardo (Ric) Garces 17%
  • Paul D. Worley 34%

City of Soap Lake - Council Position 4

  • Robert L. Brown - 37%
  • Judith E. Gorman - 27%
  • Debra Parmeter Still - 36%     

Propositions 

Spokane County

  • City of Liberty Lake - Proposition 1

Approved                    839 Votes                    37.9%

Rejected                      1,375 Votes                 62.1%

Whitman County

  • Town of Farmington - Proposition 1

Yes                              23 Votes                      52.27%

No                               21 Votes                      47.73%

  • Town of Farmington - Proposition 2

Yes                              25 Votes                      56.82%

No                               19 Votes                      43.18%

  • Town of Farmington - Proposition 3

Yes                              28 Votes                      63.64%

No                               16 Votes 36.36%

  • Town of Garfield - Proposition 1

Yes                              94 Votes                      58.75%

No                               66 Votes                      41.25%

  • Whitman County Cemetery District 3 - Proposition 1

Yes                              164 Votes                    77.73%

No                               47 Votes                      22.27%

  • Whitman County Cemetery District 6 - Proposition 1

Yes                              381 Votes                    61.45%

No                               239 Votes                    38.55%

Okanogan County

  • City of Omak - Proposition 1

Yes                              191 Votes                    44.01%

No                               243 Votes                    55.99%

  • Okanogan School District No. 105 - Proposition 1

Yes                              346 Votes                    50.73%

No                               336 Votes                    49.27%

Grant County

  • Fire District #10 - Proposition 1

Approved                    115 Votes                    56.37%

Rejected                      89 Votes                      43.63%

  • Fire District #10 - Proposition 2

Yes                              142 Votes                    59.27%

No                               63 Votes                      30.73%

  • Fire District #11 - Proposition 1

Approved                    153 Votes                    62.45%

Rejected                      92 Votes                      37.55%

  • Fire District #11 - Proposition 2

Yes                              179 Votes                    71.89%

No                               70 Votes                      28.11%

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