Initiative 747 (property tax)

Unofficial returns by Wednesday evening. Ballot counting resumes on Friday.

Statewide

Yes 563,660 59.27%

No 387,393 40.73%

Initiative 773 (tobacco tax)

Yes 614,312 64.62%

No 336,302 35.38%

Initiative 775 (home care regulations)

Yes 593,628 63.74%

No 337,756 36.26%

SJR 8208 (temporary superior court judges)

Yes 643,724 70.65%

No 267,360 29.35%

HJR 4202 (state funds investments)

Yes 374,088 42.07%

No 515,062 57.93%

Clallam County

Initiative 747 (property tax)

Yes 8,698 64.62%

No 4,762 35.38%

Initiative 773 (tobacco tax)

Yes 8,491 63.13%

No 4,960 36.87%

Initiative 775 (home care regulations)

Yes 8,109 62.17%

No 4,935 37.83%

SJR 8208 (temporary superior court judges)

Yes 8,811 69.23%

No 3,917 30.77%

HJR 4202 (state funds investments)

Yes 4,649 37.00%

No 7,915 63.00%

County auditor

Cathleen McKeown 9,417

Andrew Peake 1,100

No percentages given

Clallam Conservation District

Supervisor

Joseph F. Murray 5,880 56.34%

Nancy L. Newman 4,556 43.66%

Port of Port Angeles

Commissioner, District 1

Corby Sommerville 5,648 48.47%

Bill Hannan 6,005 51.53%

Hospital District No. 1

Commissioner, District 1

Daisy E. Anderson 967 100%

Hospital District No. 2

Commissioner District 1, Position 1

Harlan Knudson 7,282 100%

District 1, Position 2

Paul B. Thompson 4,668 49%

Arlene Engel 4,858 51%

District 2, Position 2

Jean C. Hordyk 5,896 62.82%

W. Kenneth Norris 3,489 37.18%

District 3, Position 1

Connie J. Lawrence 4,738 51.12%

Marv Chastain 4,530 48.88%

City of Forks

Mayor

Nedra Reed 311 67.90%

Phil Arbeiter 147 32.10%

Council, Position 1

Pat Mansfield 306 100%

Council, Position 2

Tim J. Fletcher 332 100%

City of Sequim

Council, Position 1

William. J. Huizinga 723 100%

Council, Position 2

Walt Schubert 734 100%

Council, Position 3

Paul L. McHugh 752 100%

City of Port Angeles

Council, Position 1

Bruce J. Hattendorf 951 33.43%

Gary Braun 1,894 66.57%

Council, Position 2

Larry G. Williams 1,588 57.49%

John Logelin 1,174 42.51%

Council, Position 3

Tom Bihn 1,080 39.07%

Karen A. Rogers 1,684 60.93%

Council, Position 4

Tad Price 987 35.88%

Richard A. Headrick 1,764 64.12%

Port Angeles School District

Director, Position 1

Nancy J. McLaughlin 2,609 67.12%

Susie Sanders 1,278 32.88%

Director, Position 2

Cindy Kelly 2,032 49.78%

Kevin Snyder 2,050 50.22%

Crescent School District

Director, Position 1

Wm. “Big Bill”‘ Thomas 148 40.22%

Gary Kautz 220 59.78%

Director, Position 2

Lisa Barnes 205 56.16%

Raymond Divacky 160 43.84%

Director, Position 3

Bonnie Hansen 279 100%

Sequim School District

Director, District 1

Elna E. Kawal 3,732 100%

Director, District 5

Suzi W. Schmidt 2,334 50.89%

Sharon S. Tate 2,252 49.11%

Cape Flattery School District

Director, District 1

Shirley M. Johnson 199 52.51%

Robin L. Denney 180 47.49%

Director, District 3

Teresa Sinclair 178 45.41%

Brian Richardson 214 54.59%

Quillayute Valley School District

Director, District 2

Sue Gibbs 644 100%

Director, District 4

Sharon L. Penn 538 100%

Fire District No. 1

Commissioner, Position 1

Lew McGill 584 100%

Position 2

Gerald Morris 447 100%

Fire District No. 2

Commissioner, Position 1

Richard Ruud 1,024 100%

Fire District No. 3

Commissioner, Position 1

Wesley P. Short 2,792 56.26%

Frank E. Clatanoff 2,171 43.74%

Fire District No. 4

Commissioner, Position 1

Harold Baar 197 100%

Position 2

George E. Oldfield 165 100%

Fire District No. 5

Commissioner, Position 1

Michael R. Nesbitt 149 100%

Fire District No. 6

Commissioner, Position 1

Gary L. Pitt 68 100%

Parks and Recreation District No. 1

Sequim Aquatic Recreation Center

Commissioner, Position 1

Cindy Tipton 3,014 63.09%

Lois Krafsky-Perry 1,763 36.91%

Position 2

Susan Sorensen 2,914 63.43%

Kevin Van de Wege 1,680 36.57%

Position 3

Bill Hixson 3,586 100%

Quillayute Park and Recreation District

Commissioner, Position 1

Deborah Anderson 594 100%

Position 2

Bruce A. Thomas 483 100%

Black Diamond Water District

Commissioner, District 3

R. Schromen-Wawrin 48 100%

SunLand Water District

Commissioner, District 1

Francis Keyes 376 100%

County Charter Review Commission

5 selected in each district

District 1

Lois Krafsky-Perry 1,806 8.58%

Lloyd Pedersen 1,424 6.77%

Dave Cummins 2,461 11.70%

Don Alexander 1,815 8.63%

John A. Bennett 1,619 7.69%

Ken Foster 2,249 10.69%

Bob Forde 1,122 5.33%

Marilyn J. Pollock 1,602 7.61%

David Lotzgesell 2,784 13.23%

Michael E. Lemon 1,283 6.10%

John C. Pollock 1,183 5.62%

Al Courtney 1,694 8.05%

District 2

John H. Miller 1,278 8.58%

Raymond Costello 250 1.68%

Jean C. Hordyk 1,768 11.86%

Jim Elbrader 335 2.25%

Terry L. Roth 1,119 7.51%

Hugh Haffner 1,036 6.95%

Richard Hanley 641 4.30%

Christine James 832 5.58%

Anton “Tony” Wishik 976 6.55%

John K. Sargent 1,573 10.55%

Vicci Rudin 784 5.26%

Fred Norton 614 4.12%

J. Michael Langley 612 4.11%

Richard L. French 696 4.67%

Fred W. DeFrang 1,737 11.66%

John C. Spiess Jr. 652 4.37%

District 3

Lawrence Gaydeski 1,621 12.72%

Bill Lewis 803 6.59%

Wm. “Big Bill” Thomas 744 6.10%

Kris Grier 695 5.70%

Patti A. Adler 870 7.14%

Ron Shearer 910 7.46%

Rod Fleck 973 7.98%

Neal Richards 572 4.69%

N.L. Barnes-Thomas 778 6.38%

Stephen Wirth 452 3.71%

Fran Burch 748 6.14%

Ken Schermer 932 7.64%

Jeff Well 632 5.18%

J. Richard Miller 920 7.55%

Al (Monroe) Nearhoff 542 4.45%

Jefferson County

Initiative 747 (property tax)

Yes 5,256 58.11%

No 3,789 41.89%

Initiative 773 (tobacco tax)

Yes 6,340 70.15%

No 2,698 29.85%

Initiative 775 (home care regulations)

Yes 5,856 66.90%

No 2,898 33.10%

SJR 8208 (temporary superior court judges)

Yes 6,349 73.43%

No 2,297 26.57%

HJR 4202 (state funds investments)

Yes 3,544 41.91%

No 4,912 58.09%

Port of Port Townsend

Commissioner, District 2

Conrad W. Pirner 5,623 97.13%

Commissioner, District 3

Herb Beck 5,866 97.54%

Public Hospital

District No. 2

Commissioner, Position 3

Joseph F. Wheeler 5,871 97.69%

Position 5

Jill Buhler 5,893 98.28%

Public Hospital District No. 1

Commissioner, Position 2

Nikki F. Hay 64 98.46%

Conservation District No. 1

Supervisor

John G. Boulton 3,923 98.27%

City of Port Townsend

Proposition 1 (Advisory vote: real estate property tax capacity)

Yes 2,100 71.21%

No 849 28.79%

Council member, Position 1

Michelle Sandoval 2,101 76.01%

Write-in 663 23.99%

Position 2

Freida Fenn 1,744 55.22%

Sydney Lipton 1,409 44.62%

Position 4

Catharine Robinson 1,823 61.67%

Barbara M. Pastore 1,120 37.89%

Position 5

Kees “Case” Kolff 1,916 61.67%

Lyn Hersey 1,189 38.22%

Port Townsend School District

Director, District 2

Rita E. (Caldwell) Beebe 3,155 97.89%

District 3

Tracy Reinhart 1,852 56.71%

David Walker 1,392 42.62%

Chimacum School District

Director, District 1

Ted Friedrich 2,057 98.85%

District 2

Cammy Brown 2,073 98.11%

District 5

Bill Eldridge 2,116 98.69%

Quilcene School District

Director, District 1

Craig H. Richbourg 316 98.44%

District 2

Sharon Merrick 300 95.85%

Brinnon School District

Director, District 1

Valerie Schindler 329 94.00%

District 3

Pat Rodgers 341 95.25%

District 4

Joy Baisch 324 89.75%

District 5

Robert Mollerus 330 95.65%

Queets-Clearwater School District

Director, District 1

Lyle C. Pfeifle 30 100%

District 2

Cliff Hay 33 100%

District 5

S. Wells-Kalama 24 82.76%

Sequim School District

Director, District 1

Elna E. Kawal 54 100%

District 5

Suzi W. Schmidt 13 21.67%

Sharon S. Tate 47 78.33%

Quillayute School District

Director, District 2

Sue Gibbs 32 100%

District 4

Sharon L. Penn 31 100%

Fire District No. 1

Commissioner, Position 1

W. O. Westergaard 1,055 97.50%

Fire District No. 2

Commissioner, Position 1

Dave Ward 326 97.02%

Fire District No. 3

Commissioner, Position 2

David L Wheeler 1,075 99.26%

Position 3

Howard T. Morse 1,075 99.17%

Position 4

Gene Carmody 1,082 99.18%

Fire District No. 4

Commissioner, Position 2

R.A. (Bud) Schindler 224 49.34%

Kenneth M’Edwards 227 50.00%

Position 3

George Sickel 221 45.47%

Meril Smith 263 54.12%

Fire District No. 5

Commissioner, Position 1

C. Randy Okerman 109 61.93%

Barb Knoepfle 64 36.36%

Position 2

John Morgan 138 92.62%

Position 3

Beverly Horan 115 66.09%

Jim Obtinario 58 33.33%

Fire District No. 6

Commissioner, Position 2

Richard A. Stapf Jr. 1,044 88.78%

Jack L. Tice Jr. 130 11.05%

Position 3

Zane Wyll 791 67.26%

Dennis A. Schultz 383 32.57%

Water District No. 1

Commissioner, Position 3

Patrick Bowen 36 62.07%

Write-in 22 37.93%

Water District No. 2

Commissioner, Position 1

Fred R. Stern. 3 100%

Water District No. 3

Commissioner, Position 2

Robert Freeman 10 90.91%

Cemetery District No. 1

Commissioner, Position 2

Jean C. Phillips 385 98.21%

Cemetery District No. 2

Commissioner, Position 1

Jacqueline Bancroft 275 75.97%

Robert Henderson 83 22.93%

Position 3

Don Ward 332 97.94%

Parks and Recreation District No. 1

Commissioner, Position 2

Cy Heffernan 50 81.97%

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