August 2017 primary election results | Updated Aug. 4

August 2017 primary election results | Updated Aug. 4

Check out the preliminary results for King and Pierce County.

  • Friday, August 4, 2017 10:58am
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• Proposition 1 (Cultural Access Program sales tax)

Approved: 47.25 %

Rejected: 52.75%

• King County Executive

Goodpsaceguy: 6.03%

Dow Constantine: 76.29%

Bill Hirt: 13.08%

Stan Lippman: 3.8%

Legislative District 31:

State Senator

Michelle Rylands: 41.11%

Phil Fortunato: 58.69%

Representative Position No. 2

Nate Lowry: 41.14%

Morgan Irwin: 58.64%

• Black Diamond

Council Position No. 4

Scott Sherer: 8.93%

Erin Rose Stout: 44.37%

Ed Hanrahan: 46.18%

• Enumclaw

Council Position No. 3

Kael Johnson: 38.66%

Anthony Wright: 36.97%

Nick Morris: 23.66%

Council Position No. 5

Blain Thomas: 23.79%

Kyle Jacobson: 56.08%

Kyle Kading: 19.54%


East Pierce Fire and Rescue Proposition No. 1 (Fire levy lid lift)

Approved: 53.72%

Rejected: 46.28%

East Pierce Fire and Rescue Proposition No. 2 (EMS levy lid lift)

Approved: 58.03%

Rejected: 41.7%

Legislative District 31:

State Senator

Michelle Rylands: 41.59%

Phil Fortunato: 58.41 %

Representative Position No. 2

Nate Lowry: 43.88%

Morgan Irwin: 56.12%

• Bonney Lake

Council Position No. 6

Terry Carter: 43.75%

Pablo Monroy: 34.19%

Dave Baus: 22.06%

• Orting


Laura (Lovely) Fischer: 26.28%

Joshua Penner: 44.73%

Joachim (Joe) Pestinger: 29%

Council Position No. 1

Tod Gunther: 50.66%

Gregory Hogan: 33.33%

Jeremy R. Hanson: 16%

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