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November 5 election results

 

November 14, 2019



Complete results of the November 5 general election are given below. In the Odessa races there were no upsets, and incumbents easily retained their seats.

Of the 7,434 registered voters in Lincoln County, only 4,182 or 56.26 percent had submitted ballots as of November 12, 2019. The election is scheduled to be certified on November 26.

Statewide measures

Referendum #88

The legislature passed Initiative Measure No. 1000 on affirmative action and remedying discrimination, and voters have filed a sufficient referendum petition on this act. Initiative 1000 would allow the state to remedy discrimination for certain groups and to implement affirmative action, without the use of quotas or preferential treatment (as defined), in public education, employment, and contracting.

Lincoln County

Approved 901 24.61%

Rejected 2,760 75.39%

Total 3,661 100%

State of WA

Approved 820,118 49.57%

Rejected 834,245 50.43%

Initiative #976

This measure would repeal, reduce, or remove authority to impose certain vehicle taxes and fees; limit annual motor-vehicle-license fees to $30, except voter-approved charges; and base vehicle taxes on Kelley Blue Book value.

Lincoln County

Yes 2,836 69.94%

No 1,219 30.06%

Total 4,055 100%

State of WA

Yes 928,296 53.24%

No 815,342 46.76%

Total 1,743,638 100%

Advisory vote #20

The legislature imposed, without a vote of the people, an additional wage premium for long-term care services, costing an indeterminate amount in its first 10 years, for government spending.

Lincoln County

Repealed 3,352 85.49%

Maintained 569 14.51%

Total 3,921 100%

State of WA

Repealed 1,021,886 63.12%

Maintained 597,100 36.88%

Total 1,618,986 100%

Advisory vote #21

The legislature extended, without a vote of the people, the business and occupation tax for extracting, manufacturing, and selling timber and timber-related products, costing $21,000,000 in its first 10 years, for government spending.

Lincoln County

Repealed 3,093 78.7%

Maintained 837 21.3%

Total 3,930 100%

State of WA

Repealed 976,607 58.93%

Maintained 680,535 41.07%

Total 1,657,142 100%

Advisory vote #22

The legislature increased, without a vote of the people, retail sales tax on architectural paint by adding an assessment to the purchase price, costing $6,000,000 in its first 10 years, for government spending.

Lincoln County

Repealed 3,364 85.99%

Maintained 548 14.01%

Total 3,912 100%

State of WA

Repealed 1,028,188 62.34%

Maintained 621,006 37.66%

Total 1,649,194 100%

Advisory vote #23

The legislature imposed, without a vote of the people, a tax on the sale, use, consumption, handling, possession, and distribution of vapor products costing $178,000,000 in its first 10 years, for government spending.

Lincoln County

Repealed 1,943 49.05%

Maintained 2,018 50.95%

Total 3,961 100%

State of WA

Repealed 558,131 33.21%

Maintained 1,122,550 66.79%

Total 1,680,681 100%

Advisory vote #24

The legislature imposed, without a vote of the people, an additional service and other business and occupation tax for certain specified business activities, costing $2,253,000,000 in its first 10 years, for government spending.

Lincoln County

Repealed 3,356 86.58%

Maintained 520 13.42%

Total 3,876 100%

State of WA

Repealed 1,071,570 62.51%

Maintained 642,672 37.49%

Total 1,714,242 100%

Advisory vote #25

The legislature imposed, without a vote of the people, an additional business and occupation tax for certain specified financial institutions, costing $1,036,000,000 in its first 10 years, for government spending.

Lincoln County

Repealed 3,142 81.02%

Maintained 736 18.98%

Total 3,878 100%

State of WA

Repealed 952,806 55.25%

Maintained 771,685 44.75%

Total 1,724,491 100%

Advisory #26

The legislature expanded, without a vote of the people, application of the state tax code to certain remote sellers, marketplace facilitators, and others, costing $1,051,000,000 in its first 10 years, for government spending.

Lincoln County

Repealed 3,098 79.78%

Maintained 785 20.22%

Total 3,883 100%

State of WA

Repealed 948,535 55.09%

Maintained 773,328 44.91%

Total 1,721,863 100%

Advisory #27

The legislature increased, without a vote of the people, taxes on petroleum products, costing $2,760,000,000 in its first 10 years, for government spending.

Lincoln County

Repealed 3,499 88.74%

Maintained 444 11.26%

Total 3,943 100%

State of WA

Repealed 1,060,983 60.65%

Maintained 688,341 39.35%

Total 1,749,324 100%

Advisory #28

The legislature increased, without a vote of the people, sales and use taxes on certain nonresidents by limiting the exemption applicable to them, costing $313,000,000 in its first 10 years, for government spending.

Lincoln County

Repealed 2,606 67.32%

Maintained 1,265 32.68%

Total 3,871 100%

State of WA

Repealed 768,734 44.55%

Maintained 956,765 55.45%

Total 1,725,499 100%

Advisory #29

The legislature increased, without a vote of the people, the real estate excise tax on certain sales of real property, costing $1,747,000,000 in its first 10 years, for government spending.

Lincoln County

Repealed 3,391 86.95%

Maintained 509 13.05%

Total 3,900 100%

State of WA

Repealed 1,122,043 64.71%

Maintained 611,870 35.29%

Total 1,733,913 100%

Advisory # 30

The legislature increased, without a vote of the people, the business and occupation tax on certain travel agents and tour operators, costing $28,000,000 in its first 10 years, for government spending.

Lincoln County

Repealed 3,043 78.49%

Maintained 834 21.51%

Total 3,877 100%

State of WA

Repealed 964,030 55.66%

Maintained 768,080 44.34%

Total 1,732,110 100%

Advisory # 31

The legislature increased, without a vote of the people, the business and occupation tax on certain international investment management services, costing $367,000,000 in its first 10 years, for government spending.

Lincoln County

Repealed 2,501 64.74%

Maintained 1,362 35.26%

Total 3,863 100%

State of WA

Repealed 747,511 43.12%

Maintained 985,983 56.88%

Total 1,733,494 100%

Proposed amendments

to the Constitution

Senate Joint Resolution No. 8200

The legislature has proposed a constitutional amendment concerning legislative powers in times of emergency. This measure would add “catastrophic incidents” to the specified times of emergency that the legislature may take certain immediate actions to ensure continuity of state and local governmental operations.

Lincoln County

Approved 1,702 43.83%

Rejected 2,181 56.17%

Total 3,883 100%

State of WA

Approved 1,184,427 65.32%

Rejected 628,956 34.68%

Total 1,813,383 100%

Legislative

District 13

State Representative Pos. 2

Alex Ybarra (R) 3,218 81.97%

Steve Verhey (D) 708 18.03%

Total 3,926

Statewide Results »

City/Town

City of Davenport Councilman # 1

Patrick Stone 215 43.7%

Nathan Hansen 277 56.3%

Total 492 100%

City of Davenport Councilman # 2

Chris Ruiz 428 100%

Total 428

City of Davenport Councilman # 5

Heath Becker 430 100%

Total 430

City of Davenport Councilman-At-large

Jaymie Bennett 171 31.55%

Patrick R. Katz 371 68.45%

Total 542 100%

City of Davenport Mayor

Brad Sweet 430 100%

Total 430

City of Harrington Councilman #1

Justin Slack 144 100%

Total 144

City of Harrington Councilman #2

Cherie MacClellan 83 54.97%

David Buddrius 68 45.03%

Total 151 100%

City of Harrington Councilman #3

Nathan Luck 143 100%

Total 143

City of Harrington Councilman # 4

Peter B. Davenport 134 100%

Total 134 100%

City of Harrington Councilman #5

Denisa Holling 48 31.58%

Levi W. Schenk 104 68.42%

Total 152 100%

City of Harrington Treasurer

Michael Cronrath 129 100%

Total 129 100%

City of Sprague Councilman # 3

Rose (Rocky) Henson 108 100%

Total 108

City of Sprague Councilman # 4

Dustin Monen 103 100%

Total 103

City of Sprague Councilman # 5

Trace DeGarmo 91 100%

Total 91

Town of Almira Councilman # 1

Darrell W Francis 47 51.09%

Jimmy Braun 45 48.91%

Total 92

Town of Almira Councilman #2

Kenneth “Levi” Mitchell 81 100%

Total 81

Town of Almira Mayor

Jason Evers 83 100%

Total 83

Town of Creston Councilman # 1

Robert Butzer 58 100%

Total 58

Town of Creston Councilman #4

Ellen McIntyre 57 100%

Total 57

Town of Odessa Councilman #1

Tami Smith 155 46.13%

Victoria S. Iverson 181 53.87%

Total 336

Town of Odessa Councilman # 2

Joe Schlomer 10 30.86%

Amy J. Hunt 233 69.14%

Total 337 100%

Town of Odessa Councilman #5

William (Bill) Pichon 73 21.41%

Marlene K. Kramer 251 73.61%

Write-in: Michael Igo 17 4.99%

Total 341 100%

Town of Odessa Mayor

Bill Crossley 243 70.64%

Marcus Horak 101 29.36%

Total 344 100%

Town of Reardan Councilman # 1

Gail E. Daniels 148 100%

Total 148

Town of Reardan Councilman # 2

Ted Hull 27 15.79%

Clayton Soliday 144 84.21%

Total 171 100%

Town of Reardan Councilman #4

Shad D. Vincent 153 100%

Total 153

Town of Wilbur Councilman # 1

Nichole Curtis 217 67.81%

David L. Wells 103 32.19%

Total 320 100%

Town of Wilbur Councilman # 3

John Hanon 253 78.82%

Stephanie M. Wells 68 21.18%

Total 321 100%

Town of Wilbur Councilman # 4

Roy Scheibner 297 100%

Total 297

Town of Wilbur Councilman # 5

Kent Anderson 282 100%

Total 282

Town of Wilbur Mayor

Erica Hearrean 293 100%

Total 293

Schools

Sprague Sch. Dist. 008 Director # 1

Judith Ringwood 197 100%

Total 197

Sprague Sch. Dist. 008 Director # 2

Brooke Overstreet 200 100%

Total 200

Sprague Sch. Dist. 008 Director # 4

Tracey L. Korthuis 197 100%

Total 197

Reardan/Edwall S.D. 009 Director #2

Roger Peterson 1,112 98.49%

Write-in 17 1.51%

Total 1,129 100%

Reardan/Edwall S.D. 009 Director # 4

Jeffrey Anderson 1,124 98.51%

Write-in 17 1.49%

Total 1,141 100%

Reardan/Edwall S.D. 009 Director #5

Karmalee Le Sieur 447 34.2%

Ian Wagner 852 65.19%

Write-in 8 0.61%

Total 1,307 100%

Almira S.D. 017 Director # 1

Cameron Carstensen 113 68.28%

Lyndsey Mitchell 50 31.72%

Total 163 100%

Almira S.D. 017 Director # 2

Ryan Peha 150 100%

Total 150

Almira S.D. 017 Director #4 At-large

Jesse Brunner 147 100%

Total 147 100%

Creston S.D. 073 Director # 1

Eric Nelson 482 100%

Total 482

Creston S.D. 073 Director # 3

Jamie Nelson 470 100%

Total 470

Creston S.D. 073 Director # 4 At-large

Patrick Rosman 475 100%

Total 475

Odessa S.D. 105 Director # 2

Ed Deife 463 99.36%

Write-in 3 0.64%

Total 466 100%

Odessa S.D. 105 Director # 3

Carmen Weishaar 469 99.58%

Write-in 2 0.42%

Total 471 100%

Odessa S.D. 105 Director # 4 At-large

Christine Crossley 467 99.79%

Write-in 1 0.21%

Total 468 100%

Wilbur S.D. 200 Director # 1

Jill Schmierer 497 100%

Total 497

Wilbur S.D. 200 Director # 3

L. (Glen) Richardson 480 100%

Total 480

Wilbur S.D. 200 Director # 4

James H Llewellyn 439 78.67%

Tristen Coyne 119 21.33%

Total 558 100%

Harrington S.D. 204 Director # 1

Darren Mattozzi 205 100%

Total 205

Harrington S.D. 204 Director # 2

Mark R. Kramer 201 100%

Total 201

Harrington SD 204 Director # 5 At-large

Stephen Hardy 121 40.33%

Shannon Sewall 179 59.67%

Total 300 100%

Davenport S.D. 207 Director # 2

Deanna Fitzpatrick 808 100%

Total 808

Davenport S.D. 207 Director # 3

Tamara Odenrider 805 100%

Total 805

Davenport SD 207 Director # 5 At-large

Jessica Smith 413 44.03%

Garrett Husky 525 55.97%

Total 938 100%

SD 160 - Ritzville Director District 2

Reid Phillips 601 100%

Total 601

SD 160 - Ritzville Director District 4

Greg Galbreath 623 100%

Total 623

Wilson Creek SD #167 Director #01

Brent K Finkbeiner 86 52.12%

Lorry Pearce 76 46.06%

Write-in 3 1.82%

Total 165 100%

Wilson Creek SD #167 Director #02

Chris Stout 77 45.83%

Susan James 91 54.17%

Total 168 100%

Wilson Creek SD #167 Director #03

Alberta Cannon 133 98.52%

Write-in 2 1.48%

Total 135 100%

Wilson Creek SD #167 Director #04 AL

Daryl L. Kimble 138 95.83%

Write-in 6 4.17%

Total 144 100%

Grand Coulee SD #301 Director AL #3

George LaPlace 852 98.73%

Write-in 11 1.27%

Total 863 100%

Grand Coulee SD #301 Director #04

Alexander Tufts 888 98.45%

Write-in 14 1.55%

Total 902 100%

Fire

Fire District 1 Commissioner 1

Michelle K Ringwood-Osborne 75 100%

Total 75

Fire District 3 Commissioner 1

Matthew W. Kagele 131 100%

Total 131

Fire District 4 Commissioner 1

Casey F. Nonnemacher 357 100%

Total 357

Fire District 5 Commissioner 1

Mike Piper 596 100%

Total 596

Fire District 6 Commissioner 1

Alan Tanke 103 100%

Total Votes 103

Fire District 7 Commissioner 1

Dale Dreger 374 100%

Total 374

Fire District 8 Commissioner 2

Mike Eagle 48 100%

Total 48

Fire District 9 Commissioner 1

Daniel Zlateff 102 100%

Total 102

Fire District 9 Commissioner 3

Richard W Coffland 95 100%

Total 95

Adams Co Fire District 1 -

Lincoln Co Fire District 10 Commissioner Position 3

David McCormick 178 100%

Total 178

Hospital

Hospital District 1 Commissioner # 1

Jeff Schibel 515 100%

Total 515

Hospital District 1 Commissioner # 3

Brian Fink 511 100%

Total 511

Hospital District 1 Commissioner # 4

Dee Deife 510 100%

Total 510

 

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