ELECTION 2022: Second round of primary results

checkbox.jpgNo changes in who’s leading the six races in which our area voted this primary. King County Elections is out with the second round of results. First four races below are from the full King County result list, last two are from the statewide results linked to the race tutle, all percentages rounded:

34TH DISTRICT STATE HOUSE REP. POSITION 1 (no incumbent)
Emily Alvarado (D) – 52%
Leah Griffin (D) – 32%

34TH DISTRICT STATE HOUSE REP. POSITION 2
Joe Fitzgibbon* (D) – 83%
Andrew Pilloud (R) – 17%

34TH DISTRICT STATE SENATOR
Joe Nguyen* (D) – 83%
John Potter (R) – 10%

DISTRICT 7 U.S. HOUSE REP.
Pramila Jayapal* (D) – 84%
Cliff Moon (R) – 8%

U.S. SENATOR
Patty Murray* (D) – 54%
Tiffany Smiley (R) – 33%

WASHINGTON SECRETARY OF STATE (no incumbent)
Steve Hobbs (D) – 41%
Julie Anderson (NP) – 13%

As of tonight, the county has received almost 38 percent of West Seattle/South Park ballots; countywide, almost 37 percent, with more than a third of those still to be counted, along with whatever’s received by mail in the days before the election is certified.

8 Replies to "ELECTION 2022: Second round of primary results"

  • Wseattleite August 3, 2022 (9:42 pm)

    Status quo comes charging down the lane once again.  

    • Frustrated August 4, 2022 (6:55 am)

      As long as the R’s are stained orange by you-know-who that will probably continue to be the outcome. I won’t go near that party right now.

    • Jeff August 4, 2022 (8:02 am)

      Hey I’d love to see some changes around here for sure, I’m just not willing to vote for anti science loons that want a theocratic ethnostate to make it happen.   So status quo, here we come! 

    • shotinthefoot August 4, 2022 (9:10 am)

      If Pramila, Joe and Patty are the status quo, I am fine with that. You’d rather people vote for fascists and election deniers? 

  • Derek August 4, 2022 (3:42 am)

    We must NOT vote for Smiley!! Protect Abortion rights! Period! Vote Murray!

  • Seattlite August 4, 2022 (4:19 pm)

    Pathetic results which are not conducive to Seattle or WA State improving or resolving its major problems.

    • Lauren August 5, 2022 (9:22 pm)

      Seems the majority of voters disagree.

  • JC August 5, 2022 (5:36 am)

    Agree w Derek, and am grateful and proud of our area’s government reps! They have our backs!

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