Tuesday, November 5, 2013

ELECTION 2013: Results as they come in

I-522, Prop. 1, City Council and other issues on the ballot

Posted By on Tue, Nov 5, 2013 at 8:12 PM

WASHINGTON STATE INITIATIVES

Reporting of about 1.15 million votes statewide (72% of total).

Initiative 522 (GMO labeling):
YES: 46%
NO: 54%

Initiative 517 (petition and initiative rules):
YES: 39%
NO: 61%

CITY OF SPOKANE Results as of Nov. 6

CITY COUNCIL, District 2
John Ahern 35%
Jon Snyder: 64%

CITY COUNCIL, District 3
Michael Cannon: 46%
Candace Mumm: 54%

SCHOOL BOARD
Bob Douthitt: 54%
Sally Fullmer: 45%

SPOKANE VALLEY Results as of Nov. 6

CITY COUNCIL, Position 1
Rod Higgins: 51%
Linda J. Thompson: 48%

CITY COUNCIL, Position 4
Ed Pace: 50%
Gary Schimmels: 49%

CITY COUNCIL, Position 5
Chuck Hafner: 65%
Donald (Don) Morgan Jr.: 34%

CITY COUNCIL, Position 7
Bill Bates: 66%
Fred Beaulac: 33%

SPOKANE COUNTY Reported around 8:20 pm (about 82% of ballots counted)

Proposition 1 (levy to buy mobile home parks around Fairchild):
YES: 49%
NO: 51%

LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT 7 Reporting of about 23,000 votes.

STATE SENATOR
Brian Dansel (R): 53%
John Smith (R): 47%

COEUR D'ALENE Results reported at 11:13 pm

MAYOR
Joseph Kunka: 2%, 132
Mary Souza: 42%, 3,556
Steve Widmyer: 56%, 4,719

POST FALLS Results reported at 11:13 pm

MAYOR
Ron Jacobson: 60%, 1,365
Kerri Thoreson: 40%, 909

Get more: Spokane County election results here. Washington results here. Kootenai County election results here.


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