November 2019 general election results | Nov. 6 update

Check out what voters approved, rejected, and who they put into office.

Referendum No. 88 (affirmative action)

Statewide

• Approved: 49.39%

• Rejected: 50.61%

Initiative No. 976 (car tabs)

Statewide

• Approved: 53.72%

• Rejected: 46.28%

King County Prop. 1 (EMS levy)

• Yes: 80.28%

• No: 19.72%

White River School District Prop. 1 (increased property tax)

• Yes: 46.28%

• No: 53.72%

Black Diamond, Council Pos. No. 5

• Chris Wisnoski: 46.23%

• Kristiana de Leon: 52.82%

Buckley

Council Pos. 4

• Beau Burkett: 45.74%

• Amanda Burbank: 53.24%

Council Pos. 5

• David Lewis: 35.98%

•Lyn Rose: 63.16%

Council Pos. 6

• Berkley Bachmeier: 36.72%

• Marvin Sundstrom: 62.04%

Enumclaw, Council Pos. No. 2

• Beau Chevassus: 72.44%

• Tom Bruhn: 27.23%

Enumclaw Fire Department, Commissioner Pos. 3

• Paul Fisher: 46.88%

• Eric Heintzinger: 52.48%

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