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      CAMPAIGN 2014: General election results

      Washington State:

      Initiative 1351

      Yes 49.5%

      No 50.5%

      Initiative 591

      Yes 45%

      No 55%

      Initiative 594

      Yes 59%

      No 41%

      Senate Bill 6505

      Repealed 47%

      Maintained 53%

      House Bill 1287

      Repealed 46%

      Maintained 54%

      Federal:

      U.S. Congress, 4th District

      Didier (R) 49%

      Newhouse (R) 51%

      U.S. Congress, 8th District

      Reichert (R) 63%

      Ritchie (D) 37%

      Legislative:

      State Senator, Dist. 13:

      Warnick (R) 87%

      Said (D) 13%

      State Representative, Dist. 13, Pos. 1:

      Dent (R) 63%

      Bolyard (R) 37%

      State Representative, Dist. 14, Pos. 1:

      Johnson (R) 58%

      Brumback (NP) 42%

      State Representative, Dist. 14, Pos. 2:

      McCabe (R) 69%

      George (D) 31%

      State Senator, Dist. 15:

      Honeyford (R) 75%

      Munoz (D) 25%

      State Representative, Dist. 15, Pos. 2:

      Taylor (R) 74%

      Martinez-Chavez (D) 25%

      Judicial:

      Supreme Court Justice, Position 4

      Yoon 26%

      Johnson 74%

      Supreme Court Justice, Position 7

      Stephens 78%

      Scannell 22%

      Yakima County:

      Auditor

      Ross (R) 58%

      Cawley (R) 40%

      Clerk

      Riddle (R) 67%

      Matheny (R) 30%

      Prosecuting Attorney

      Brusic (R) 52%

      Clements (R) 46%

      Sheriff

      Winter (R) 60%

      Keightley (R) 39%

      Commissioner

      Elliott (R) 64%

      Vangstad (NP) 35%

      City of Yakima, Prop. 1, Create Parks & Rec Fund

      Yes 68%

      No 32%

      Grandview School District Levy*

      Yes 46%

      No 54%

      *This is a multi-county issue, with results also reported under Benton County returns

      Sunnyside School District Levy

      Yes 40%

      No 60%

      Kittitas County:

      Clerk

      Keith (D) 49%

      Barschaw (R) 51%

      Commissioner

      O'Brien (R) 61%

      Verhey (D) 39%

      Coroner

      Henderson (R) 52%

      Hammond (NP) 48%

      Treasurer

      Panattoni (R) 46%

      Wachsmith (R) 54%

      PUD Commissioner

      Kelleher 46%

      Rogers 54%

      Benton County:

      Proposition 14-7, Conservation Fund

      Yes 45%

      No 55%

      Assessor

      Spencer (R) 55%

      Phillips (R) 45%

      Commissioner, Dist. 2

      Small (R) 62%

      Dalton (R) 38%



      PUD Commissioner, Pos. 2

      Hall 80%

      Tucker 20%

      City of Prosser, Prop. 14-8

      Yes 58%

      No 42%

      Grandview School District Levy*

      Yes 46%

      No 54%

      *This is a multi-county issue, with results also reported under Yakima County returns

      Fire Protection Dist. No. 3

      Yes 50.3%

      No 49.7%

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