Midterm election preliminary results | Nov. 16 update

What initiatives are getting the go ahead? What candidates got the vote? Check out King and Pierce County results here.

  • Friday, November 9, 2018 9:47am
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MEASURES

• I-1631 (pollution fees)

Yes: 43.47%

No: 56.53%

• I-1634 (ban on local food and beverage taxes)

Yes: 55.71%

No: 44.29%

• I-1639 (additional restrictions and training for semi-automatic rifles)

Yes: 59.48%

No: 40.52%

• I-940 (additional law enforcement violence de-escalation, mental health, first aid training)

Yes: 59.6%

No: 40.4%

• Pierce County Library System Prop. 1 (levy lid lift)

Yes: 50.19%

No: 49.81%

• East Pierce Fire and Rescue Prop. 1 ($80 million general obligation bond)

Yes: 60.26%

No: 39.74%

U.S. STATE SENATOR

Maria Cantwell (D): 58.52%

Susan Hutchison (R): 41.48%

U.S. REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 8

Dino Rossi (R): 47.6%

Kim Schrier (D): 52.4%

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 31

• State Senator

Phil Fortunato (R): 59.97%

Immaculate Ferreria (D): 40.03%

• State Rep. Position No. 1

Drew Stokesbary (R): 58.95%

Victoria Mena (D): 41.05%

• State Rep. Position No. 2

Morgan Irwin (R): 58.56%

Mark Boswell (D): 41.44%

PIERCE COUNTY PROSECUTING ATTORNEY

Mary Robnett: 62.6%

Mark Lindquist: 37.4%

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