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Primary election results

Results from the Aug. 18, 2009, primary election. Last updated at 12:33 p.m. Sept. 2, 2009.

Wash. House of RepresentativesLegislative Dist. 9
Susan Fagan (R)6,505 / 29.28%
Pat Hailey (R) 5,708 / 25.69%
Darin Watkins (R)1,866 / 8.4%
Glen R. Stockwell (D)5,396 / 24.29%
Art Swannack (R)2,744 / 12.35%
Spokane CountyPublic safety tax
Yes51,493 / 61.69%
No31,984 / 38.31%
Spokane CountyFire Dist. 4 property tax levy
Approved3,508 / 43.34%
Rejected4,587 / 56.66%
City of SpokaneCouncil Dist. 2
Steve Eugster1,849 / 15.1%
Greg Ridgley393 / 3.21%
Mike Allen3,345 / 27.32%
Kristina Sabestinas2,564 / 20.94%
David Elton237 / 1.94%
Jon Snyder3,856 / 31.49%
Council District 3
Nancy McLaughlin6,007 / 55.74%
Victor D. Noder319 / 2.96%
Karen Kearney1,707 / 15.84%
Christopher P. Stevens519 / 4.82%
Barbara Lampert773 / 7.17%
John Waite1,451 / 13.47%
City of CheneyMayor
Tom Trulove623 / 44.5%
C. Allan Gainer410 / 29.29%
Curt Huff367 / 26.21%
Council Position 3
Kathleen A. Warren283 / 21.54%
Jason MH Alvarado259 / 19.71%
Mike McKeehan772 / 58.75%
City of Medical LakeMayor
Laura L. Parsons134 / 14.86%
Mikeal Suniga129 / 14.3%
Tony Harbolt95 / 10.53%
John Higgins544 / 60.31%
Town of FairfieldMayor
Michael J. VanSlyke12 / 7.41%
Edward Huber125 / 77.16%
Ron Rogers25 / 15.43%
Town of RockfordCouncil Position 1
Larry Van Every22 / 17.05%
Howard Brutschy37 / 28.68%
Stan Seehorn70 / 54.26%
East Valley SchoolsDist. 3 Director
Bill Powers625 / 20.77%
Kay Sieck653 / 21.7%
Guy Gifford554 / 18.41%
Heidi Gillingham1,177 / 39.12%
Freeman SchoolsDist. 1 Director
John Zingg359 / 38.77%
Allen Crist416 / 44.92%
Hal Ophus151 / 16.31%
Spokane SchoolsDirector Position 3
Heidi Olson8,515 / 30.28%
Jeff Bierman11,281 / 40.12%
Deana Brower8,325 / 29.6%
Position 4
Rocky Treppiedi11,950 / 41.22%
Laura Carder10,165 / 35.06%
Austin DePaolo6,877 / 23.72%



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