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Pierce County Election Results Certified, Campaigns Kick Into High Gear

What races are you most concerned about in the November elections?

Expect the campaigning to ramp up for November elections now.

Final results from Washington’s Aug. 7 primary were posted and certified Tuesday in Pierce County. The Secretary of State has until Friday to certify results statewide.

You can find full Pierce County results here.

As we head to November, what race or races concern you the most, whether they’re national, state or local? Tell us in the comments.


Pierce County  Candidate

Vote Total

Vote % Jesse Young (Prefers Republican Party) 4,047 9.11% Eric G. Arentz Jr. (Prefers Independent Party) 877 1.97% Derek Kilmer (Prefers Democratic Party) 25,967 58.44% Bill Driscoll (Prefers Republican Party) 7,939 17.87% David (Ike) Eichner (Prefers Republican Party) 2,136 4.81%
Stephan Andrew Brodhead (Prefers Republican Party) 335
0.75%
Doug Cloud (Prefers Republican Party) 3,134 7.05%

Total Votes 

44,435 100%

Pierce County Executive

Candidate Vote Total Vote % Bruce Minker 48,426 35.77%
Pat McCarthy 86,938
64.23%
Total Votes 135,364 100%

County Assessor-Treasurer

Candidate Vote Total Vote % Mike Lonergan 55,420 40.86% Spiro Manthou 7,126 5.25% Billie O'Brien 31,762 23.42% Tim Farrell 26,868 19.81%
Dale Washam 14,453 10.66% Total Votes 135,629 100%

State Rep. 26th Legislative Pos. 1

Candidate Vote Total Vote % Karin Ashabraner (Prefers Democratic Party)
5,490 31.77% Jan Angel (Prefers Republican Party)
9,841 56.94% Stephen Greer (Prefers Democratic Party)
1,951 11.29%

Total Votes

17,282 100%

State Rep. 26th Legislative Pos. 2

Candidate Vote Total Vote % Doug Richards 8,045 46.82% Larry Seaquist 9,136 53.18% Total Votes 17,181 100%

The Secretary of State’s Office has results for:

• Statewide executive races, such as governor and attorney general.

• Federal races, including Congressional district maps.

Legislative results.

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