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Whitman County General Election November 5, 2019

 

November 7, 2019



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

WHTMAN COUNTY RURAL ROADS

Rural road levy lid lift to $2.25 per $1,000 assessed property valuation from present levy of $1.4525 per $1,000 assessed.

Yes 421, 55%

No 342, 45%

PULLMAN HOSPITAL DISTRICT

PROPOSITION #1

Levy for $29,000,000 bond issue over 30 years for electronic personal health records and construction of out-patient medical facility for offices and services.

Yes 643, 60%

No 434, 40%

STATE MEASURES

Initiative 976: Limit of $30 on annual motor vehicle license fees.

Yes 1,621, 55%

No 1,325, 45%

Referendum 88: Implement affirmative action.

Yes 1,164, 41%

No 1,684, 59%

Constitutional amendment: Add "catastrophic incidents" to specified times of emergency.

Yes 1,659, 58%

No 1,181, 42%

CONTESTED RACES

City of Colfax Position 4

Mark Mackleit 239, 77%

Andrew Stewart 69, 22%

City of Colfax Position 5

Ben Miller 167, 57%

Sarina Roberts 127, 43%

City of Colfax Position 6:

Dominic Villereal 63, 20%

Jim Kackman 248, 80%

City of Colfax Position 7

Thomas Huntwork 163, 53%

Jeremiah Roberts 144, 47%

Town of Endicott

Mayor

Steve Salzman 22, 67%

Daniel Larson 11, 33%

Town of Endicott Position 3

Derek Starrett 24, 73%

Kendra Hergert 9, 27%

Town of Endicott Position 5

Andrew Wolfe 16, 48%

Greg Burs 17, 52%

Town of Farmington Position 1

Max Mohan 7, 30%

Lavon Walser 16, 70%

Town of Garfield Position 1

Neal Leon 43, 65%

Max Hathaway 20, 30%

Town of Garfield Position 2

Josh Keinhofer 38, 59%

Connie Schaut 25, 39%

Town of Malden Position 1

Scott Hokonson 8, 35%

Colleen Cross 15, 65%

City of Palouse Position 5

Travis Tonn 29, 39%

William Perry 45, 61%

City of Pullman Position 4

Chris Johnson 289, 45%

Ann Parks 354, 55%

City of Pullman Position 6

Eileen Macoll 515, 52%

Francis Benjamin 476, 48%

Town of Rosalia Position 4

Janet Meier Strohl 20, 56%

Robert Ward 16, 44%

City of Tekoa Position 3

Bethany Fletcher 38, 43%

John Jaeger 50, 56%

City of Tekoa Position 5

B. J. Sperber 48, 54%

Pete Martin 40, 45%

Town of Uniontown

Town of Uniontown Position 1

Mike Shore 27, 59%

John Jacobs 18, 39%

Town of Uniontown Position 4

Jack Espy 22, 48%

Jonathan Musson 22, 48%

Town of Uniontown Position 5

Ray Heitstuman 16, 35%

Sam Kimble 28, 61%

Fire District 12

Position 1

James Brickey 67, 37%

Roger McKiernan 112, 61%

Palouse School Board

District 3

Jerry Neumann 72, 45%

Rachel Handley-Chartrand 89, 55%

Pullman School Board

District 1

Beth Ficklin 425, 37%

Susan Weed 728, 63%

St. John School Board

District 3

Dallas Loomis 107, 71%

Laura Jones 42, 28%

Tekoa School Board

District 4

Michael McHargue 45, 42%

Jacque Hoffman 62, 58%

District 5

Fran Martin 34, 32%

Janette Smith 73, 68%

TOWN/CITY/DISTRICT PROPOSITIONS

Town of Albion Proposition #1

Excess levy of $20,000 at 98 cents per $1,000 assessed for parks, building and cemetery.

Yes 19, 56%

No 15, 44%

Colton Proposition #1

Excess levy of $30,000 at $1.05 per $1,000 assessed for general operations.

Yes 55, 80%

No 14, 20%

Endicott Proposition #1

Special levy of $7,500 at 62 cents per $1,000 assessed for

fire and EMT protection.

Yes 31, 86%

No 5, 14%

Endicott Proposition #2

Special levy of $20,000 at $1.64 per $1,000 assessed for street work.

Yes 24, 67%

No 12, 33%

Endicott Proposition #3

Special levy of $7,000 at 57 cents per $1,000 assessed for park maintenance.

Yes 24, 67%

No 12, 33%

Garfield Proposition #1

Excess levy of $62,000 at $2.59 per $1,000 assessed for street maintenance and repair.

Yes 47, 71%

No 19, 29%

Lamont School District Proposition #1

Special levy of $40,000 in 2020 and 2021 at $1.00 per $1,000 for educational programs and operation

Yes 9, 39%

No 14, 61%

Oakesdale Proposition #1

Special levy of $14,000 at 80 cents per $1,000 assessed for fire protection and EMS services.

Yes 42, 84%

No 8, 16%

Oakesdale Proposition #2

Special levy of $41,000 at $2.20 per $1,000 assessed for street lights and street work.

Yes 39, 76%

No 12, 24%

Oakesdale Proposition #3

Special levy of $50,000 at $2.70 per $1,000 assessed for chip sealing streets.

Yes 36, 71%

No 15, 29%

Palouse Proposition #1

Excess levy of $44,000 at 73.5 cents per $1,000 assessed for street improvements.

Yes 86, 74%

No 31, 26%

Palouse Proposition #2

Excess levy of $34,000 at 56.8 cents per $1,000 assessed for swimming pool maintenance and operation.

Yes 85, 75%

No 29, 25%

Rosalia Proposition #1

Special levy of $95,000 at $4.62 per $1,000 assessed for street work, lights, equipment, improvements.

Yes 24, 62%

No 15, 38%

St. John Proposition #1

Special levy of $50,000 per $1.59 per $1,000 assessed for street improvements and maintenance.

Yes 48, 58%

No 35, 42%

St. John Proposition #2

Special levy of $50,000 per $1.59 per $1,000 assessed for water and sewer upgrade.

Yes 49, 58%

No 36, 42%

Tekoa Proposition #1

Special levy of $50,000 at $1.60 per $1,000 assessed for oiling, graveling and chip sealing roads.

Yes 51, 56%

No 40, 44%

PARKS & REC PROPOSITIONS

Endicott

Special levy of $50,000 at 42 cents per $1,000 to operate swimming pool.

Yes 56, 75%

No 23, 29%

Garfield

Special levy of $120,000 at $1.37 per $1,000 assessed for swimming pool.

Yes 73, 72%

No 29, 28%

LaCrosse

Special levy of $65,000 at 36 cents per $1,000 assessed for swimming pool.

Yes 51, 68%

No 24, 32%

St. John

Special levy of $55,000 at 25 cents per $1,000 of assessed value for swimming pool.

Yes 110, 71%

No 44, 29%

Oakesdale

Special levy of $92,000 at 55 cents per $1,000 for recreational facilities.

Yes 53, 62%

No 32, 38%

Rosalia

Special levy of $85,000 at 48 cents per $1,000 for swimming pool.

Yes 59, 65%

No 32, 35%

CEMETERY DISTRICT PROPOSITIONS

Oakesdale

Special levy of $55,000 at 36 cents per $1,000 of assessed for general maintenance.

Yes 53, 73%

No 20, 27%

Thornton

Regular property tax levy at 11.25 cents per $1,000 for maintenance and operation with the maximum to serve as base for subsequent levy limitations.

Yes 5, 83%

No 1, 17%

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

Results as of Nov. 5, 8 p.m. count.

 

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