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Whitman County General Election Preliminary Results

 

August 9, 2018 | View PDF

Whitman County Election officials view the preliminary primary election results.

Results for federal and statewide races here only include the county totals. County top vote getters may differ from federal and statewide vote getters.

FEDERAL OFFICES

U.S. Senator

Maria Cantwell 3,176, 52.95%

Susan Hutchison 1,271, 21.19%

Keith Swank 192, 3.20%

U.S. Representative, Congressional District #5

Lisa Brown 3,190, 49.50%

Cathy McMorris Rodgers 2,975, 46.16%

David Saulibio 118, 1.83%

Jered Gavin Bonneau 117, 1.82%

Kari Olavi Ilonummi 38, 0.59%

LEGISLATIVE OFFICES

State Representative, District #9, Position #1

Mary Dye 3,329, 52.53%

Jennifer Goulet 3,000, 47.34%

State Representative, District #9, Position #2

Joe Schmick 3,262, 51.77%

Matthew Sutherland 3,029, 48.07%

WHITMAN COUNTY

County Commissioner, District #3

Michael Largent 1,685, 54.50%

John-Mark Mahnkey 1,401, 45.31%

County Auditor

Sandy Jamison 3,552, 57.34%

Eric Fejeran 2,635, 42.53%

County Treasurer

Mark Clinton 2,327, 48.88%

Christina Nelson 2,315, 48.62%

JUDICIAL OFFICES

District Court Judge

John Hart 2,468, 42.37%

Rob Rembert 1,696, 29.12%

Dan LeBeau 1,640, 28.15%

TOWN/CITY/DISTRICT PROPOSITIONS

Town of Farmington Proposition #1

Special $8,000 levy for street maintenance.

Yes 26, 55.32%

No 21, 44.68%

Town of Farmington Proposition #2

Current expense levy for $15,000.

Yes 20, 43.48%

No 26, 56.52%

Town of Garfield Proposition #1

Financing street maintenance and repair and street improvements collecting an excess property tax levy in the amount of $62,000.

Yes 92, 69.17%

No 41, 30.83%

Lamont Fire Protection District #5 Proposition #1

Maintenance of operation levy of $10,000 for years 2019 through 2022.

Yes 15, 88.24%

No 2, 11.76%

Rosalia Fire Protection District #7 Proposition #1

Renewal of $.50 EMS levy per assessed $1,000 of valuation for 2019.

Yes 98, 88.29%

No 13, 11.71%

St. John Cemetery District #3 Proposition #1

Levy in the amount of $14,000 at an estimated $0.08 per $1,000 of assessed valuation for operation and maintenance of the cemetery.

Yes 178, 71.49%

No 71, 28.51%

St. John Cemetery District #3 Proposition #2

Levy of $28,000 for paving road from parking lot to Highway 23.

Yes 146, 58.87%

No 102, 41.13%

For statewide result tallies, go to http://results.vote.wa.gov/results/

 
 

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