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Updated Whatcom County 2018 general election results from Nov. 7

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Updated general election results from Nov. 7, 2018, for Whatcom County, as well as statewide results of local interest.

STATE LEGISLATIVE

Legislative District 40 - State Rep. Pos. 1

Debra Lekanoff (D) - 36,659 - 70.7%

Michael Petrish (R) - 15,207 - 29.3%

Legislative District 40 - State Rep. Pos. 2

Jeff Morris (D) - 39,380 - 100.0%

Legislative District 42 - State Rep. Pos. 1

Luanne Van Werven (R) - 34,611 - 50.2%

Justin Boneau (D) - 34,350 - 49.8%

Legislative District 42 - State Rep. Pos. 2

Sharon Shewmake (D) - 34,906 - 50.6%

Vincent Buys (R) - 34,096 - 49.4%

Legislative District 42 - State Senator

Doug Ericksen (R) - 34,620 - 50.1%

Pinky Vargas (D) - 34,498 - 49.9%

WHATCOM COUNTY

County Council At-large At-large Position B

Carol Frazey - 54,828 - 58.8%

Mike Peetoom - 38,485 - 41.2%

Whatcom County Prosecuting Attorney

Eric Richey (D) - 50,020 - 55.3%

James Erb (D) - 40,435 - 44.7%

Public Utility District 1 All Commissioner District 2

Atul Deshmane - 46,088 - 52.5%

Paul D. Kenner - 41,620 - 47.5%

Whatcom County District Court Judge Position 1

David Grant - 68,378 - 100.0%

Whatcom County District Court Judge Position 2

Matthew Elich - 69,017 - 100.0%

Bellingham Proposition 2018-5 Low-income Housing Levy

Yes - 27,349 - 66.5%

No - 13,768 - 33.5%

SCHOOL AND SPECIAL DISTRICTS

Ferndale School District 502 Proposition 2018-7 General Obligation Bonds - $112,000,000

Approved - 8,565 - 58.1%

Rejected - 6,172 - 41.9%

Columbia Valley Park And Recreation District Proposition 2018-6 Establishing Six Year Regular Property Tax Levy

Yes - 304 - 39.1%

No - 474 - 60.9%

Glacier Fire And Rescue Proposition 2018-4 Authorizing Increase Of Property Tax Levy

Yes - 161 - 78.9%

No - 43 - 21.1%

U.S. LEGISLATIVE

Congressional District 1 - U.S. Representative

Suzan DelBene (D) - 144,563 - 58.7%

Jeffrey Beeler (R) - 101,899 - 41.3%

Congressional District 2 - U.S. Representative

Rick Larsen (D) - 153,583 - 72.4%

Brian Luke (L) - 58,663 - 27.6%

U.S. Senator

Maria Cantwell (D) - 1,253,645 - 58.8%

Susan Hutchison (R) - 879,305 - 41.2%

STATE BALLOT MEASURES

Initiative Measure No. 1631 - Pollution

Yes - 930,490 - 43.7%

No - 1,196,538 - 56.3%

Initiative Measure No. 1634 - Taxation Of Certain Items Intended For Human Consumption.

Yes - 1,160,582 - 54.8%

No - 956,567 - 45.2%

Initiative Measure No. 1639 - Firearms

Yes - 1,290,695 - 60.4%

No - 846,479 - 39.6%

I-940 Initiative Measure No. 940 - Law Enforcement

Yes - 1,261,087 - 59.4%

No - 862,728 - 40.6%

Advisory Vote No. 19 Engrossed Second Substitute Senate Bill 6269

Maintained - 956,753 - 47.1%

Repealed - 1,072,988 - 52.9%

STATE JUDICIAL

Court Of Appeals, Division 1, District 3 - Judge Position 1

Cecily Hazelrigg-Hernandez - 75,239 - 53.2%

Tom SeGuine - 66,300 - 46.8%

Supreme Court - Justice Position 8

Steve Gonzalez - 1,178,214 - 67.7%

Nathan Choi - 561,861 - 32.3%

Source: Washington Secretary of State’s Office

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