February 2018 special election results | Feb. 16 Update

All local levies are currently passing, as well as the recall measure for Black Diamond Councilwoman Pat Pepper.

KING COUNTY

BLACK DIAMOND

Recall for Councilwoman Pat Pepper

Yes: 67%

No: 33%

ENUMCLAW

Proposition 1 – Replacement of expiring Education Programs and Operations levy

Approve: 57%

Disapprove: 43%

PIERCE COUNTY

WHITE RIVER SCHOOL DISTRICT

Proposition 1 – Replacement of expiring Educational Programs and Operations levy

Approve: 61%

Disapprove: 39%

Proposition 2 – Replacement of expiring Instructional Technology Improvements

Approve: 58%

Disapprove: 42%

SUMNER SCHOOL DISTRICT

Proposition 1 – Replacement of expiring Educational Programs and Operations levy

Approve: 58%

Disapprove: 42%

Proposition 2 – Replacement of expiring Instructional Technology Improvements

Approve: 58%

Disapprove: 42%

DIERINGER SCHOOL DISTRICT

Proposition 1 – Replacement of expiring Educational Programs and Operations levy

Approve: 65.5%

Disapprove: 34.5%

Proposition 2 – Replacement of expiring Instructional Technology Improvements

Approve: 65%

Disapprove: 35%

ORTING SCHOOL DISTRICT

Proposition 1 – Replacement of expiring Educational Programs and Operations levy

Approve: 64%

Disapprove: 36%

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