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The 46 precincts in Lincoln County contain 7,090 registered voters. A total of 5,930 ballots were counted for a voter turnout of 83.64 percent. The final ballot count will take place November 29 at 3:30 p.m., and the election will also be certified on that date.

As of the most recent vote count on Tuesday, November 15, the 2016 general election offered no additional surprises. Eastern Washington lived up to its staunch Republican reputation. In the Odessa rural precinct, Trump led Clinton by 108-11 votes, and the Town of Odessa favored Trump over Clinton by a margin of 299 to 95.

U.S. President/Vice Pres.

Clinton / Kaine

LC 1,238 21.75%

WA 1,608,049 54.49%

Trump / Pence

LC 4,095 71.94%

WA 1,125,641 38.14%

The remaining five candidates combined gathered a total of approximately 220,000 votes in the state of Washington, which favored Clinton by about half a million votes.

United States Senator

Patty Murray (D)

LC 1,937 33.64%

WA 1,762,184 59.15%

Chris Vance (R)

LC 3,821 66.36%

WA 1,217,133 40.85%

Congressional District 5 U.S. Representative

Cathy McMorris Rodgers

LC 4,246 74.02%

CD5 170,711 59.52%

Joe Pakootas (D)

LC 1,490 25.98%

CD5 116,110 40.48%

Washington Governor

Jay Inslee (D)

LC 1,611 27.99%

WA 1,621,961 54.54%

Bill Bryant (R)

LC 4,145 72.01%

WA 1,351,939 45.46%

Washington Lt. Governor

Cyrus Habib (D)

LC 1,263 22.75%

WA 1,562,283 54.44%

Marty McClendon (R)

LC 4,289 77.25%

WA 1,307,385 45.56%

Washington Sec. of State

Kim Wyman (R)

LC 4,477 80.64%

WA 1,576,247 54.74%

Tina Podlodowski (D)

LC 1,075 19.36%

WA 1,303,368 45.26%

State Treasurer

Duane Davidson (R)

LC 3,013 59.6%

WA 1,451,758 58.17%

Michael Waite (R)

LC 2,042 40.4%

WA 1,043,946 41.83%

State Auditor

Mark Miloscia (R)

LC 4,035 74.01%

WA 1,337,397 47.6%

Pat (Patrice) McCarthy (D)

LC 1,417 25.99%

WA 1,472,432 52.4%

State Attorney General

Bob Ferguson (D)

LC 2,386 47.22%

WA 1,850,591 67.41%

Joshua B. Trumbull (Lib)

LC 2,667 52.78%

WA 894,821 32.59%

Commiss. of Public Lands

Steve McLaughlin (R)

LC 4,401 79.82%

WA 1,322,622 46.81%

Hilary Franz (D)

LC 1,113 20.18%

WA 1,503,058 53.19%

Superint. of Publ. Instruction

Erin Jones

LC 2,083 45.21%

WA 1,204,160 49.36%

Chris Reykdal

LC 2,524 54.79%

WA 1,235,225 50.64%

Insurance Commissioner

Mike Kreidler (D)

LC 1,593 29.44%

WA 1,628,017 58.44%

Richard Schrock (R)

LC 3,818 70.56%

WA 1,157,802 41.56%

Legislative District 13 State Representative Pos. 1

Tom Dent (R)

LC 4,940

Dist. 41,145

Legislative District 13 State Representative Pos. 2

Matt Manweller (R)

LC 4,338 79.36%

Dist. 34,686 70.93%

Jordan Webb (D)

LC 1,128 20.64%

Dist. 14,213 29.07%

County Commissioner 1

Mark R. Stedman (R)

Total 4,852

County Commissioner 2

Scott Hutsell (R)

Total 4,868

District Court Judge

Dan B. Johnson

Total 4,346

Supreme Crt. Justice Pos. 1

Mary Yu

LC 1,192 23.73%

WA 1,454,487 57.36%

David DeWolf

LC 3,832 76.27%

WA 1,081,168 42.64%

Supreme Crt. Justice Pos. 5

Barbara Madsen

LC 2,054 42%

WA 1,552,180 62.09%

Greg Zempel

LC 2,836 58%

WA 947,575 37.91%

Supreme Crt. Justice Pos. 6

Charles (Charlie) Wiggins

LC 2,069 43.12%

WA 1,416,460 57.53%

Dave Larson

LC 2,729 56.88%

WA 1,045,781 42.47%

Lincoln County Superior Court Judge, Position 1

John F. Strohmaier

Total 4,548

Initiative No. 1433 (concerns labor standards)

LC Yes 1,531 30.72%

LC No 4,024 69.8%

WA Yes 1,703,405 57.52%

WA No 1,258,179 42.48%

Initiative No. 1464 (concerns campaign finance laws and lobbyists)

LC Yes 1,521 31.71%

LC No 3,275 68.29%

WA Yes 1,302,149 46.27%

WA No 1,512,221 53.73%

Initiative No. 1491 (concerns court-issued extreme risk protection orders temporarily preventing access to firearms)

LC Yes 2,590 45.58%

LC No 3,092 54.42%

WA Yes 2,061,720 69.57%

WA No 901,697 30.43%

Initiative No. 1501 (concerns seniors and vulnerable individuals)

LC Yes 3,658 64.53%

LC No 2,011 35.47%

WA Yes 2,073,983 70.83%

WA No 853,987 29.17%

Initiative No. 732 (concerns taxes)

LC Yes 1,080 19.47%

LC No 4,468 80.53%

WA Yes 1,162,169 40.7%

WA No 1,693,469 59.3%

Initiative No. 735 (concerns a proposed amendment to the federal constitution)

LC Yes 1,997 42.53%

LC No 2,698 57.47%

WA Yes 2,277 42.08%

WA No 3,134 57.92%

Advisory vote No. 14 House Bill 2768

LC Repeal 4,560 85.43%

LC Maintain 778 14.57%

WA Rep 1,879,278 69.28%

WA Main 833,497 30.72%

Advisory Vote No. 15 Second Engrossed Substitute House Bill 2778

LC Repeal 4,352 82.97%

LC Maintain 893 17.03%

WA Rep 1,619,528 60.09%

WA Main 1,075,637 39.91%

Proposed Constitutional Amendments Senate Joint Resolution No. 8210 concerns the deadline for completing state legislative and congressional redistricting.

Approve 3,392 64.54%

Reject 1,864 35.46%

Countywide Proposition No. 1: Lincoln County Public Safety Sales and Use Tax

Approve 3,271 58.11%

Reject 2,358 41.89%

 

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