Election 2016

Phil Fortunato winning in 31st District, Pam Poach trails Carolyn Edmond in Pierce County Council race

Updated Nov. 11 at 3:45 p.m.

The first election results from the Nov. 8 general election shows Phil Fortunato winning the State Representative Position No. 2 in the 31st District.

In the Pierce County Council results Pam Roach is trailing Carolyn Edmonds.

• Legislative District 31

State Representative Pos. 1

Drew Stokesbary(Prefers Republican Party) 30,073 / 72.42%

John Frostad(Prefers Libertarian Party) 11,455 / 27.58%

Total Votes (not including write-ins) 41,528

State Representative Pos. 2

Phil Fortunato(Prefers Republican Party) 26,071 / 57.53%

Lane Walthers (Prefers Independent Dem. Party) 19,244 / 42.47%

Total Votes (not including write-ins) 45,315

• Legislative District 5 – State Senator

Mark Mullet (Prefers Democratic Party) 31,149 / 51.12%

Chad Magendanz (Prefers Republican Party) 29,786 / 48.88%

Total Votes (not including write-ins) 60,935

• State Representative Pos. 1

Jay Rodne (Prefers Republican Party) 30,749 / 51.45%

Jason Ritchie (Prefers Dem/Working Fmly Party) 29,019 / 48.55%

Total Votes (not including write-ins) 59,768

• State Representative Pos. 2

Paul Graves (Prefers Republican Party) 31,817 / 52.88%

Darcy Burner (Prefers Democratic Party) 28,356 / 47.12%

Total Votes (not including write-ins) 60,173

Pierce County

Pierce County Council – District No. 2

Pam Roach 18,465 / 49.86%

Carolyn Edmonds 18,481 / 49.91%

Pierce County Executive

Rick Talbert 114,039 / 47.74%

Bruce Dammeier 124,244 / 52.01%

STATE-WIDE INITIATIVES

• Initiative Measure No. 1433 concerns labor standards. This measure would increase the state minimum wage to $11.00 in 2017, $11.50 in 2018, $12.00 in 2019, and $13.50 in 2020, require employers to provide paid sick leave, and adopt related laws.

Yes 1,482,653 / 58.24%

No 1,063,219 / 41.76%

Total Votes 2,545,872 / 100%

• Initiative Measure No. 1464 concerns campaign finance laws and lobbyists.

This measure would create a campaign-finance system; allow residents to direct state funds to candidates; repeal the non-resident sales-tax exemption; restrict lobbying employment by certain former public employees; and add enforcement requirements.

Yes 1,130,621 / 46.64%

No 1,293,306 / 53.36%

Total votes 2,550,546 / 100%

• Initiative Measure No. 1491 concerns court-issued extreme risk protection orders temporarily preventing access to firearms.

Initiative Measure No. 1491 concerns court-issued extreme risk protection orders temporarily preventing access to firearms. This measure would allow police, family, or household members to obtain court orders temporarily preventing firearms access by persons exhibiting mental illness, violent or other behavior indicating they may harm themselves or others.

Yes 1,791,036 / 70.91%

No 733,241 / 29.09%

Total Votes 2,520,329 / 100%

• Initiative Measure No. 1501 concerns seniors and vulnerable individuals. This measure would increase the penalties for criminal identity theft and civil consumer fraud targeted at seniors or vulnerable individuals; and exempt certain information of vulnerable individuals and in-home caregivers from public disclosure.

Yes 1,787,088 / 70.91%

No 733,241 / 29.09%

Total Votes 2,520,329 / 100%

• Initiative Measure No. 732 concerns taxes. This measure would impose a carbon emission tax on certain fossil fuels and fossil-fuel-generated electricity, reduce the sales tax by one percentage point and increase a low-income exemption, and reduce certain manufacturing taxes.

Yes 1,007,513 / 40.99%

No 1,450,558 / 59.01%

Total Votes 2,458,071 / 100%

• Initiative Measure No. 735 concerns a proposed amendment to the federal constitution. This measure would urge the Washington state congressional delegation to propose a federal constitutional amendment that constitutional rights belong only to individuals, not corporations, and constitutionally-protected free speech excludes the spending of money.

Yes 1,532,851 / 63.16%

No 894,265 / 36.84%

Total Votes 2,427,116 / 100%

• Advisory Vote No. 14 House Bill 2768. The legislature extended, without a vote of the people, the insurance premium tax to some insurance for stand-alone family dental plans, costing an indeterminate amount in the first ten years, for government spending.

Repealed 1,608,798 / 68.83%

Maintained 728,438 / 31.17%

Total Votes 2,337,236 / 100%

• Advisory Vote No. 15 Second Engrossed Substitute House Bill 2778. The legislature imposed, without a vote of the people, certain limitations on the retail sales and use tax exemptions for clean alternative-fuel vehicles, costing $2,000,000 in the first ten years, for government spending.

Repealed 1,388,708 / 59.78%

Maintained 934,236 / 40.22%

Total Votes 2,322,944 / 100%

• Senate Joint Resolution No. 8210 Proposed Amendments to the Constitution concerns the deadline for completing state legislative and congressional redistricting. The legislature has proposed a constitutional amendment on the deadline for completing state legislative and congressional redistricting.

This amendment would require the state redistricting commission to complete redistricting for state legislative and congressional districts by November 15 of each year ending in a one, 46 days earlier than currently required.

Approved 1,792,963 / 77.68%

Rejected 515,043 / 22.32%

Total Votes 2,308,006 / 100%

FEDERAL OFFICES

• U.S. Senator

Patty Murray (Prefers Democratic Party) 1,539,330 / 59.87%

Chris Vance (Prefers Republican Party) 1,031,677 / 40.13%

Total Votes (not including write-ins) 2,571,007

• Congressional District 8 – U.S. Representative

Dave Reichert (Prefers Republican Party) 145,340 / 59.4%

Tony Ventrella (Prefers Democratic Party) 99,320 / 40.6%

Total Votes (not including write-ins) 244,660

Congressional District 9 – U.S. Representative

Adam Smith (Prefers Democratic Party) 166,427 / 73.34%

Doug Basler (Prefers Republican Party) 60,505 / 26.66%

Total Votes (not including write-ins) 226,932

• Governor

Jay Inslee (Prefers Democratic Party) 1,418,138 / 55.26%

Bill Bryant (Prefers Republican Party) 1,148,368 / 44.74%

Total Votes (not including write-ins) 2,566,506

• Supreme Court – Justice Position 1

Mary Yu 1,269,275 / 57.94%

David DeWolf 921,437 / 42.06%

Total Votes (not including write-ins) 2,190,712

• Supreme Court – Justice Position 5

Barbara Madsen 1,355,584 / 62.75%

Greg Zempel 804,865 / 37.25%

Total Votes (not including write-ins) 2,160,449

• Supreme Court – Justice Position 6

Charles (Charlie) Wiggins 1,232,437 / 57.92%

Dave Larson 895,549 / 42.08%

Total Votes (not including write-ins) 2,127,986

• Sound Transit Regional Transportation Authority Proposition No. 1

Light-Rail, Commuter-Rail, and Bus Service Expansion

*Multi-county race. Results include all counties involved.

King

Approved 401,937 / 57.78%

Rejected 293,644 / 42.22%

Pierce

Approved 87,420 / 44.07%

Rejected 110,963 / 55.93%

Snohomish

Approved 73,651 / 51.08%

Rejected 70,550 / 48.92%

Combined Total

Approved 563,008 / 54.23%

Rejected 475,157 / 45.77%

Total Votes 1,038,165 / 100%