Follow our election results and analysis throughout the week as ballots are counted in the Aug. 2 Washington state primary. Key races include governor, Senate and Congress.
- After officials released new vote results Friday, Joe McDermott conceded to Brady Walkinshaw for second place in the 7th Congressional District race. Walkinshaw will face state Sen. Pramila Jayapal in the general election.
- The measure to increase Snohomish County sales tax continues to trail after vote counts were released Friday.
- For each race, the two candidates with the most votes will move on to the November general election. Ballots will be counted in the days to come. All counties will certify votes on Aug. 16.
More race results:
Jay Inslee, Bill Bryant head to a gubernatorial matchup in November
Patty Murray, Chris Vance moving on to general election in U.S. Senate race
7th Congressional District
After officials released new vote results Friday, Joe McDermott conceded to Brady Walkinshaw for second place in the 7th Congressional District race. Walkinshaw will face state Sen. Pramila Jayapal in the general election.
9th Congressional District
Adam Smith takes big lead to keep 9th Congressional District seat
Seattle housing levy
$290M Seattle housing levy approved
Seattle viaduct park
Voters soundly reject elevated waterfront park for downtown Seattle
Snohomish County sales-tax increase
Snohomish County sales-tax measure continues to trail
Secretary of state
Democrat Tina Podlodowski, Republican Kim Wyman appear to be advancing to general election
State commissioner of public lands
Steve McLaughlin, Hilary Franz leading race for public lands commissioner
Duane Davidson, Michael Waite ahead of the pack to fill the treasurer’s seat
State superintendent of public instruction
Erin Jones, Chris Reykdal lead in race for state schools superintendent
Cyrus Habib, Marty McClendon leading 11-person race for lieutenant governor
State Supreme Court
Supreme Court Chief Justice Barbara Madsen leading in race to keep seat
Marc Miloscia, Pat McCarthy leading field of five to replace embattled Auditor Troy Kelley
Primary is round 1 in contest to rule Washington state Legislature