UPDATED RESULTS: Incumbents continue to hold large leads in 31st district race | ELECTION 2012

Updated results will be released each afternoon until the election is certified on Nov. 27.

Incumbent State Representatives Christopher Hurst and Cathy Dahlquist continue to maintain their large leads in the second round of election results released by the Secretary of State’s office.

As of 4:16 p.m. Nov. 7, Hurst, an Independent Democrat, continued to lead Republican challenger Lisa Connors by a margin of 55.2 percent to 44.8 percent. So far, Hurst has received 20,229 votes to 16,449 for Connors.

Meanwhile, Dahlquist, a Republican, held her lead over Democrat Brian L. Gunn, leading 62.78 percent to 37.22 percent, or 23,223 votes to 13,767.

Updated results on other King County races have been delayed until later this evening.

Updated results will be released each afternoon until the election is certified on Nov. 27.

More in News

Group moving ahead with plans for Mount Peak tower

The Mount Peak Historical Fire Lookout Association may have to shift where the tower would be placed, and the cost is estimated at $450,000.

Pamphlets, primary ballots headed for voters’ hands

The first round of election materials are scheduled to hit the mail July 12 in Pierce County and July 17 in King County.

Don’t forget free ballot return these next two elections | Secretary of State

Postage will already be paid for ballots, meaning you no longer have to return yours to a nearby drop box for free return.

Gretler brothers: One to the Bears, one to the Beavers

The former Panthers are ready to hit the next level of baseball.

Missing hiker found on Mount Rainier

Philip Kezele, 41, went missing after being last seen July 13 at Spray Park.

Bonney Lake’s inaugural Taste@Tapps festival later this month

More than a dozen food trucks will be parked at Allan Yorke Park, along with some favorite local performers and breweries raising money for a good cause.

Proudly in defense of breastfeeding, in King County and everywhere | Public Health Insider

Patty Hayes, Director of Public Health—Seattle & King County, responded to the news that the United States government aggressively attempted to water down international support for breast-feeding through the World Health Organization.

Buckley discusses potential 83 unit apartment complex development

The conversation is taken its very first steps. But the direction council members decide to head will likely affect Buckley’s future for years to come.

State survey seeks information from SR 410 drivers

Make sure to let WSDOT know how you think traffic between Bonney Lake and Enumclaw can be improved by Sunday, July 22.

Most Read