Updated results for top general election races in Washington

Updates on races and key measures in the 2022 Washington state general election.

SEATTLE – A replay of the first general election was announced shortly after 8 p.m. Tuesday.

KING 5 will provide live updates as profits are calculated.

These returns are from ballots submitted early and tabulated. Counties will announce additional results in the days following the election when more votes are counted. Additional results are usually released daily.

Voters in Washington have until November 8 to submit or mail their ballot. You can find a list of voting boxes here.

The County Canvassing Boards will confirm and transmit the general election results on November 29. The last day for the secretary of state to certify the general election results is December 8.

Here are some of the top races on the ballot in 2022 across western Washington. The complete election results are posted at king5.com/elices.

US Senate

The top-level race in the state revolves around the US Senate seat held by incumbent Patty Murray, who will serve her sixth term after defeating GOP challenger Tiffany Smiley.

Murray had 57% of the vote after an initial count of votes on November 8. Smiley conceded on November 9.

Murray said she wants to continue working for families in Washington. In her candidacy statement, Murray said she would always side with those who want to “reverse workers’ rights” or ban abortion. She also said she wanted to reduce families’ health and childcare costs.

Races for Congress

Democratic U.S. Representative Kim Schrier won a third term in Washington’s 8th U.S. House of Representatives district, fending off a challenge from Republicans targeting the seat as part of an effort The force toppled the meeting room.

Schrier, a pediatrician, is the only Democrat to hold the seat since the district was founded in the early 1980s. She defeated Matt Larkin, an attorney who opposes abortion rights and Washington’s former attorney general candidate, who drew her too far to the left.

In southwest Washington, Marie Gluesenkamp Perez is looking to become the first Democrat to represent District 3 in more than a decade.

Her challenger, Joe Kent, hopes to retain the Republican seat after six-term US Republican Representative Jaime Herrera Beutler conceded defeat in the primaries.

Gluesenkamp Perez is leading with 52% of the vote after a round of counting on November 8.

Foreign Minister

Incumbent Steve Hobbs will serve the final two years of former Secretary of State Kim Wyman’s term after Julie Anderson’s concessions on November 10.

Hobbs was appointed to the role by Governor Jay Inslee when Wyman left office.

King County Prosecutor

Candidates Leesa Manion and Jim Ferrell are vying to replace Dan Satterberg as King County prosecutor.

Manion led the race with 56% of the vote after the first vote count on November 8.

Candidate Leesa Manion spent 27 years as a deputy prosecutor and the last 15 years as chief prosecutor’s office.

Candidate Jim Ferrell, the current mayor of Federal Way, is a former senior deputy prosecutor for the office, with a total of 19 years of experience as a prosecutor.

The King County District Attorney’s Office is responsible for prosecuting all felonies in King County and all misdemeanors in unincorporated areas of King County. The office also represents the state and county within the county, superiors, appellate courts, state and federal.

Core Methods

Seattle voters are considering two measures that could change the primary election in the city.

Measures 1A and 1B would allow voters to choose as many candidates for mayor, city attorney, and city council as they like, or rank those candidates by preference.

King County voters will decide on a proposed property tax increase to restore funding for a conservation program.

If approved by voters, King County Proposition 1 would reinstate a conservation futures tax in 2023 at a rate of 6.25 cents for every $1,000 of assessed value, or an estimated $21.75 la every year.

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Edmund DeMarche

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