The first round of results for Tuesday’s General Election are in, and here are the early returns:

CANDIDATES

Legislative District 34 State Senator:
  • Joe Nguyen (Prefers Democratic Party): 27,440 • 57.39%
  • Shannon Braddock (Prefers Democratic Party): 20,373 • 42.61%
Total Votes (not including write-ins): 47,813 Congressional District 7 U.S. Representative (statewide results):
  • Pramila Jayapal (Prefers Democratic Party): 224,351 • 83.38%
  • Craig Keller (Prefers Republican Party): 44,732 • 16.62%
Total Votes (not including write-ins): 251,441 United States U.S. Senator (statewide results):
  • Maria Cantwell (Prefers Democratic Party): 985,771 • 60.49%
  • Susan Hutchison (Prefers Republican Party): 643,866 • 39.51%
Total Votes (not including write-ins): 654,499 Legislative District 33 State Representative Pos. 2:
  • Mia Su-Ling Gregerson (Prefers Democratic Party): 19,909 • 66.09%
  • Anthony L. Lamb (Prefers Republican Party): 10,217 • 33.91%
Total Votes (not including write-ins): 30,126 Legislative District 33 State Senator:
  • Karen Keiser (Prefers Democratic Party): 21,370 • 70.61%
  • Kun Wang (Prefers Ind. Republican Party): 8,894 • 29.39%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 30,264 Legislative District 30 State Senator: *Multi-county race. Results include only King County.
  • Mark Miloscia (Prefers Republican Party): 14,301 • 46.7%
  • Claire Wilson (Prefers Democratic Party): 16,324 • 53.3%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 30,625 Congressional District 9 U.S. Representative:
  • Adam Smith (Prefers Democratic Party): 109,079 • 70.03%
  • Sarah Smith (Prefers Democratic Party): 46,675 • 29.97%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 155,754 Metropolitan King County Prosecuting Attorney:
  • Dan Satterberg: 396,826 • 72.16%
  • Daron Morris: 153,124 8 27.84%
Total Votes (not including write-ins) 549,950

MEASURES (statewide results)

Initiative Measure No. 1631 concerns pollution:
  • Yes: 798,824 • 44.26%
  • No: 1,005,961 • 55.74%
Total Votes: 1,804,785 • 100% Measure No. 1634 concerns taxation of certain items intended for human consumption:
  • Yes: 972,434 • 54.09%
  • No: 825,315 • 45.91%
Total Votes: 1,797,749 • 100% Initiative Measure No. 1639 concerns firearms:
  • Yes: 1,102,957 • 60.8%
  • No: 710,981 • 39.2%
Total Votes: 1,813,938 • 100% Initiative Measure No. 940 concerns law enforcement:
  • Yes: 1,074,217 • 59.59%
  • No: 728,326 8 40.41%
Total Votes: 1,802,543 • 100% VIDEO: BUSY DAY AT BURIEN BALLOT BOX]]>