Election results

Election results

Initial returns in contested races:

Clallam County

Port of Port Angeles

District 1

Colleen McAleer 13,351 97.04%

Write-In 407 2.96%

District 2

Steven Burke 14,163 98.28%

Write-In 248 1.72%

Hospital District 1 (Forks Community Hospital)

Position 3

Donald Lawley 703 98.32%

Write-In 12 1.86%

Position 5

Sarah Huling 609 63.17%

Linda Offutt 352 36.51%

Hospital District 2 (Olympic Medical Center)

District 1, Position 2

J. Thomas Oblak 10,858 58.15%

Jim McEntire 7,765 41.58%

District 3, Position 1

Thom Hightower 12,893 98.45%

Write-In 203 1.55%

At Large

Heather Jeffers 12,030 64.48%

Karen Rogers 6,573 35.23%

Forks

Mayor

Tim Fletcher 330 84.18%

Steve Wright 55 14.03%

City Council

Position 2

Clinton W. Wood 260 66.67%

Josef Echeita 129 33.08%

Position 3

Joe Soha 254 66.67%

Sarah Holmes 125 32.81%

Port Angeles City Council

Position 1

LaTrisha Suggs 2,363 51.45%

Adam Garcia 2,223 48.4%

Position 2

Mike French 2,728 59.51%

John Madden 1,848 40.31%

Position 3

Lindsey Schromen-Wawrin 2,366 51.46%

Jena Stamper 2,216 48.19%

Position 4

Kate Dexter 2,460 53.62%

John W. Procter 2,120 46.21%

Sequim City Council

Position 2

Kathy Downer 1,994 70.38%

Sarah Kincaid 836 29.51%

Position 3

Mike Pence 876 30.8%

Vicki L. Lowe 1,966 69.13%

Position 4

Rachel Anderson 1,944 68.55%

Daryl Ness 889 31.35%

Position 5

Brandon Janisse 1,885 67.39%

Patrick Day 906 32.39%

Position 6

Lowell Rathbun 1,876 66.34%

Keith A. Larkin 950 33.59%

Port Angeles School District

Position 1

Lola Moses 3,153 43%

Sarah Methner 4,126 56.27%

Position 2

Mary Hebert 4,375 58.35%

Gabi Johnson 3,096 41.29%

Crescent School District

Position 1

Sandy Middleton 429 97.28%

Write-In 12 2.72%

Position 2

Joey Currie 434 97.75%

Write-In 10 2.25%

Sequim School District (multi-county race)

Position 2

Total

Patrice Johnston 7,866 94.92%

Write-In 421 5.08%

Clallam County

Patrice Johnston 7,794 94.88%

Write-In 421 5.12%

Jefferson County

Patrice Johnston 72 100%

Write-In 0 0%

Position 4

Total

Kristi Schmeck 5,828 56.57%

Virginia R. Sheppard 4,344 42.17%

Clallam County

Kristi Schmeck 5,769 56.49%

Virginia R. Sheppard 4,313 42.23%

Jefferson County

Kristi Schmeck 59 65.56%

Virginia R. Sheppard 31 34.44%

Cape Flattery School District

Position 1

Janine Ledford 142 95.95%

Write-In 6 4.05%

Position 2

Michael J. Lawrence 145 97.97%

Write-In 3 2.03%

Position 3

LeAnne Fletcher 150 96.15%

Write-In 6 3.85%

Quillayute Valley School District (multi-county race)

Position 2

Total

Kevin Hinchen 673 98.83%

Write-In 8 1.17%

Clallam County

Kevin Hinchen 651 98.79%

Write-In 8 1.21%

Jefferson County

Kevin Hinchen 22 100%

Write-In 0 0%

Position 4

Total

Ron Hurn 626 97.97%

Write-In 13 2.03%

Clallam County

Ron Hurn 606 97.9%

Write-In 13 2.1%

Jefferson County

Ron Hurn 20 100%

Write-In 0 0

Fire District 1 (multi-county race)

Position 5

Total

Tony Romberg 576 97.79%

Write-In 13 2.21%

Clallam County

Tony Romberg 575 97.79%

Write-In 13 2.21%

Jefferson County

Tony Romberg 1 100%

Write-In 0 0%

Fire District 2

Position 2

Keith Cortner 1,624 98.66%

Write-In 22 1.34%

Fire District 3 (multi-county race)

Position 1

Total

Jeff Nicholas 7,004 64.7%

Duane Chamlee 3,787 34.98%

Clallam County

Jeff Nicholas 6,933 64.72%

Duane Chamlee 3,745 34.96%

Jefferson County

Jeff Nicholas 71 62.83%

Duane Chamlee 42 37.17%

Fire District 4

Position 4

Terry Barnett 385 98.21%

Write-In 7 1.79%

Fire District 5

Position 2

Greg Bellamy Sr. 81 77.14%

Write-In 24 22.86%

Fire District 6

Position 3

Tom Rosmond 52 100%

Write-In 0 0%

Clallam County Parks and Recreation

District 1

Position 1

Ray L. Henninger 7,495 98.85%

Write-In 87 1.15%

Clallam County Parks and Recreation

District 1

Position 2

Frank Pickering 7,106 98.45%

Write-In 112 1.55%

Quillayute

Position 1

Donald Grafstrom 563 94.78%

Write-In 31 5.22%

Water

Black Diamond

Position 2

Sarah Martinez 109 94.78%

Write-In 6 5.22%

Sunland

Position 3

Alan Frank 568 99.65%

Write-In 2 0.35%

Jefferson County

Port of Port Townsend

District 2

Carol Hasse 6,030 99.93%

Write-In 4 0.07%

District 3

Peter W. Hanke 5,372 99.85%

Write-In 8 0.15%

Hospital District 2 (Jefferson Healthcare Hospital)

Position 2

Kees “Case” Kolff 5,669 99.85%

Write-In 9 0.16%

Position 4

Mari Dressler 5,683 99.89%

Write-In 6 0.11%

Hospital District 1 (Forks)

Position 2

Nikki Hay 26 100%

Write-In 0 0%

Hospital District 1 (Forks)

Position 3

Carol Young 28 100%

Write-In 0 0

Port Townsend City Council

Position 1

Ben Thomas 1,921 75.45%

Cameron Jones 625 24.55%

Position 2

Aislinn Diamanti 1,904 99.95%

Write-In 1 0.05%

Position 5

Libby Urner Wennstrom 1,971 73.11%

Tyler Myles Vega 724 26.85%

Queets / Clearwater School District

At Large

Position 1

Sandra Wells-Kalama 6 100%

Write-In 0 0%

Brinnon School District

At Large

Position 1

Mary Fickett 199 100%

Write-In 0 0%

At Large

Position 5

Shirley Towne 203 100%

Write-In 0 0

Quilcene School District

District 2

Jon Cooke 280 100%

Write-In 0 0%

At Large

Position 5

Paul Mahan 228 58.02%

Ronald Leon Jones 165 41.98%

Chimacum School District

District 1

Roxanne Hudson 1,997 99.95%

Write-In 1 0.05%

District 2

Mike Aman 1,874 99.84%

Write-In 3 0.16%

District 5

Kathryn Lamka 2,000 99.9

Write-In 2 0.10%

Port Townsend School District

District 1

Connie Welch 3,113 99.94%

Write-In 2 0.06%

At Large

Position 4

Jennifer James-Wilson 2,943 99.9%

Write-In 3 0.10%

East Jefferson Fire District 1

District 3

Steve Craig 3,918 99.95%

Write-In 2 0.05%

District 5

Deborah Stinson 3,695 99.86%

Write-In 5 0.14%

Quilcene Fire District 2

Position 2

Melody Bacchus 317 100%

Write-In 0 0%

Port Ludlow Fire District 3

Position 3

Glenn T. Clemens 910 60.19%

Ron Helmonds 602 39.81%

Brinnon Fire District 4

Position 1

Richard Moore 215 100%

Write-In 0 0%

Position 2

Jason (Patrick) Gleason 196 100%

Write-In 0 0%

Position 3

Justin Matheson 197 100%

Write-In 0 0%

Discovery Bay Fire District 5

Position 2

Ford Kessler 58 98.31%

Write-In 1 1.69%

Water

Paradise Bay District 1

Position 1

Christine R Kelly 31 100%

Write-In 0 0%

Brinnon District 2

Position 3

James Boyd 1 100%

Write-In 0 0%

Cemetery

Quilcene District 2

Position 1

Laurie K Neuenschwander 303 100%

Write-In 0 0%

Gardiner District 3

Position 1

Jim Hueter 101 100%

Write-In 0 0%

Position 2

Diane (Movius) Martin 101 100%

Write-In 0 0%

Parks and Recreation

Coyle-Thorndyke District 1

Position 2

Dennis Schmitt 96 100%

Write-In 0 0%

Position 3

Larry Robinson 95 100%

Write-In 0 0%

Statewide

Advisory Vote No. 36

Behavioral health tax on phone lines

Repealed 579,963 56.5%

Maintained 446,594 43.5%

Advisory Vote No. 37

Capital gains tax

Repealed 648,513 62.95%

Maintained 381,615 37.05%

Advisory Vote No. 38

Tax on captive insurers

Repealed 598,952 59.28%

Maintained 411,467 40.72%

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