General election results | Updated Nov. 10

The November 2017 general election primary results are in! For the most up-to-date results, check out King County and Pierce County’s election pages.

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The November 2017 general election primary results are in! For the most up-to-date results, check out King County and Pierce County’s election pages.

The Courier-Herald will be updating this page periodically as more votes are tallied. The next update will come Monday, Nov. 13.


Black Diamond


– Carol Benson: 66.33%

– Judy Baxley: 33.67%

Council Position No. 2

– Melissa Oglesbee: 69.36%

– Michelle Young: 30.64%

Council Position No. 4

Ed Hanrahan: 32.85%

– Erin Rose Stout: 67.15%

Bonney Lake

Council Position No. 6

Terry Carter: 52.82%

– Pablo Monroy: 47.18%

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– Yes: 37.38%

– No: 62.62%



– Marvin Sundstrom: 49.69%

– Pat Johnson: 50.31%

Council Position No. 1

– Ron Smith: 65.45%

– Nora (Lyn) Rose: 34.55%

Council Position No. 2

– Connie Bender: 69.07%

– Cristi Boyle Barrett: 30.93%

Council Position No. 3

Luke Wilbanks: 49.37%

– Chuck Hemler: 50.63%


Council Position No. 5

– John C. West: 62.56%

– Allison Pincas: 37.44%

Council Position No. 6

– Stephanie Shook: 53.48%

– Lucy A. Lowry: 46.52%



– Kimberly Lauk: 41.92%

– Jan Molinaro: 58.08%

Council Position No. 1

– Tony Binion: 52.47%

– Steven Cadematori: 47.53%

Council Position No. 3

– Kael Johnson: 51.69%

– Anthony Wright: 48.31%

Council Position No. 5

– Kyle Jacobson: 72.82%

– Blain Thomas: 27.18%

Council Position No. 7

– Hoke Overland: 51.25%

– Jean Hoiland: 48.75%



– Joshua Penner: 60.96%

– Joachim Pestinger: 39.04%

Council Position No. 1

– Tod Gunther: 53.22%

– Gregory Hogan: 46.78%

Council Position No. 3

– Douglas Bishop: 49.25%

– Michelle Gehring: 50.75%


Council Position No. 1

– Melony Pederson: 50%

– Ronald Haines: 50%

Council Position No. 3

– Barbara Bitetto: 51.62%

– Steve Allsop: 48.38%


Council Position No. 1

– Charles Rogers: 67.14%

– Dan Hogerhuis: 32.86%


King County Executive

– Dow Constantine: 76.3%

– Bill Hirt: 23.7%

King County Sheriff:

– Mitzi Johanknecht: 54.15%

– John Urquhart: 45.85%

King County Council District 9

– Reagan Dunn: 66.41%

– Denice Carnahan: 33.59%


Legislative District No. 31 (King County)

– Phil Fortunato: 57.63%

– Michelle Rylands: 42.37%

Representative Position No. 2 (King County)

– Morgan Irwin: 59.26%

– Nate Lowry: 40.74%

Legislative District No. 31 (Pierce County)

– Phil Fortunato: 57.34%

– Michelle Rylands: 42.66%

Representative Position No. 2 (Pierce County)

– Morgan Irwin: 56.75%

– Nate Lowry: 43.25%


Orting School District

Prop No. 1: General Obligation Bonds – $43,000,000

– Yes: 48.13%

– No: 51.87%

Director Distroct No. 2

– Stanley Holland: 51.89%

– Kay Lynn Smartt: 48.11%


East Pierce Fire and Rescue

Commissioner Position No. 4 (Pierce County)

– Britt D. Kauffman: 35.01% (4,742 votes)

– Edward Egan: 64.99% (8.802 votes)

Commissioner Position No. 4 (King County)

– Britt D. Kauffman: 58.25% (113 votes)

– Edward Egan: 41.75% (81 votes)

Commissioner Position No. 6 (Pierce County)

– Victor Proulx: 46.86% (6,176 votes)

– Randy J. Kroum: 53.14% (7,005 votes)

Commissioner Position No. 6 (King County)

– Victor Proulx: 36.67% (55 votes)

– Randy J. Kroum: 63.33% (95 votes)

Enumclaw Fire Department

Commissioner Position No. 1

– Jenny Page: 60.45%

– Paul Fisher: 39.55%

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