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Updated Preliminary General Election results posted

The votes are cast and 121,723 of the General Election ballots received in Snohomish County have been counted as of Friday evening, November 8th. Approximately 50,000 ballots are left to be counted.

By Richard Van Winkle, News of Mill Creek. Updated on Thursday, November 14, 2019.

Most of the ballots that have been received have now been counted. 202,911 General Election ballots received by Snohomish County have been recorded as of Thursday afternoon, November 14th.

Only about 170 ballots are left to be counted according to the Snohomish County Auditor’s Office.

Also, according to the Snohomish County Auditor, voter turnout is about 43% for the county and 45% for Mill Creek.

All Mill Creek City Council incumbents have won their races and Mill Creek Planning Commissioner April Berg has succeeded in her effort to join the Everett School Board of Directors.

Snohomish County residents are sending a message to the county council that they don't want fireworks set off in their neighborhoods. Although the advisory vote isn't binding, it may prod the council council into action.

On the tax front, voters declared their support for lower car tabs and are voting down Fire District 7's EMS levy lift.

The following results are based on returns posted on the Snohomish County Auditor’s Office and the Office of the Washington Secretary of State websites as of Thursday afternoon, November 14th.

Washington State - Includes all Washington State

Referendum Measure No. 88, Regarding affirmative-action

  • Approved - 939,037, 49.4%
  • Rejected - 960,321, 50.6%

Initiative Measure No. 976, Repeal certain vehicle taxes and fees

  • Yes - 1,041,718, 53.0%
  • No - 922,265, 47.0%

Senate Joint Resolution No. 8200, Catastrophe constitutional amendment

  • Approved  - 1,231,282, 65.1%
  • Rejected - 660,368, 34.9%

Snohomish County

Nonbinding Advisory Proposition No. 1, Fireworks prohibition

  • Yes - 109,167, 56.3%
  • No - 84,650, 43.7%

County Executive

  • Dave Somers (Prefers Democratic Party) - 133,690, 93.6%
  • Write-in - 9,173, 6.4%

County Council District 2

  • Anna Rohrbough (Prefers Republican Party) - 14,465, 45.0%
  • Megan Dunn (Prefers Democratic Party) - 17,604, 54.8%

County Council District 3

  • Stephanie Wright (Prefers Democratic Party) - 28,162, 81.6%
  • Willie Russell (States No Party Preference) - 6,034, 17.5%

Assessor

  • Linda Hjelle - 136,001, 97.3%
  • Write-in - 3,825, 2.7%

Auditor

  • Garth Fell - 86,215, 51.0%
  • Cindy Gobel - 81,915, 48.5%

Clerk

  • Heidi Percy - 135,711, 98.1%
  • Write-in - 2,652, 1.9%

Sheriff

  • Ty Trenary - 78,175, 44.2%
  • Adam Fortney - 97,893, 55.4%

Treasurer

  • Rob Toyer - 85,027, 49.4%
  • Brian Sullivan - 86,297, 50.1%

Superior Court Judge Position 7

  • Anna Alexander - 86,559, 51.0%
  • Edirin Okoloko - 82,212, 48.5%

Superior Court Judge Position 14

  • Paul W. Thompson - 90,146, 54.9%
  • Cassandra Lopez-Shaw - 73,101, 44.6%

City of Bothell - Includes Snohomish and King Counties

Council Position No. 2

  • Mason Thompson - 5,763, 49.8%
  • Leigh Henderson - 5,773, 49.9%

Council Position No. 4

  • Matt Seymour - 3,261, 29.4%
  • James G. McNeal - 7,777, 70.2%

Council Position No. 6

  • Davina Duerr - 8,552, 74.7%
  • Sean Palermo - 2,839, 24.8%

City of Mill Creek

Council Position 1

  • John Steckler - 2,687, 53.7%
  • Adam Morgan - 2,293, 45.9%

Council Position 2

  • Stephanie Vignal - 3,889, 97.9%
  • Write-in - 84, 2.1%

Council Position 5

  • Vincent J. Cavaleri - 3,139, 62.2%
  • Carmen Fisher - 1,897, 37.5%

Council Position 6

  • Mike Todd - 3,797, 96.9%
  • Write-in - 123, 3.1%

Council Position 7

  • Mark Bond - 3,500, 94.8%
  • Write-in - 191, 5.2%

City of Snohomish

Council-at-Large Position 1

  • Marc Crawford - 608, 25.3%
  • Donna Ray - 1,783, 74.1%

Council-at-Large Position 2

  • Elizabeth Larsen - 1,029, 40.4%
  • Judith Kuleta - 1,501, 58.9%

Council-at-Large Position 3

  • Jason Sanders - 2,002, 97.9%
  • Write-in - 44, 2.1%

Everett School District

Director-at-Large Position 1

  • Jamyang Dorjee Nhangkar - 14,123, 49.6%
  • Andrew J. Nicholls - 14,163, 49.7%

Director-at-Large Position 2

  • April Berg - 16,444, 57.7%
  • Brian Hollingshead - 11,907, 41.8%

Snohomish School District

Director District 2

  • Sara Fagerlie - 11,199, 97.9%
  • Write-In - 241, 2.1%

Director District 4

  • Brandy Hekker - 10,919, 97.9%
  • Write-In - 236, 2.1%

Snohomish County Fire District 7

Commissioner Position 1

  • Roy Waugh - 14,575, 98.4%
  • Write-In - 237, 1.6%

Position 4

  • Rick Edwards - 11,873, 64.2%
  • Leslie Jo Wells - 6,564, 35.5%

Proposition No. 1, Levy Lift

  • Yes - 11,030, 49.7%
  • No - 11,182, 50.3%

South Snohomish County Fire & Rescue

Commissioner District 1

  • Chris Teofilak - 18,850, 58.5%
  • Ted Hikel - 13,226, 41.1%

Commissioner District 2

  • Greg Urban - 15,702, 49.8%
  • Nicholas Gullickson - 15,677, 49.7%

Commissioner District 3

  • Mark Laurence - 19,028, 61.1%
  • Andrew C. Engelhard - 11,932, 38.3%

Commissioner District 4

  • Bret Chiafalo - 14,127, 44.4%
  • David F. Chan - 17,577, 55.2%

Commissioner District 5

  • Brandy Donaghy - 9,371, 29.3%
  • Jim Kenny - 22,527, 70.3%

Alderwood Water and Wastewater District

Commissioner Position 1

  • Paul (Mac) McIntyre - 34,083, 98.8%
  • Write-In - 429, 1.2%

Commissioner Position 3

  • Joe Mickelson - 13,746, 35.4%
  • Jack Broyles, Jr. - 24,929, 64.2%

Commissioner Position 5

  • Brian M. Travis - 10,692, 27.3%
  • Dean Lotz - 28,258, 72.2%

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