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Nov. 2, 2010

Washington General Election

Election Results

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On the Ballot

Races

Measures

  • City of Spokane

    • Proposition 1

      Create Spokane Children’s Investment Fund Levy for Families and Youth

  • Coulee Area Park and Recreation District

  • Lincoln County Cemetery District 6

    • Proposition 1

      Levy for Well Service, Lawn and Irrigation Equipment; Building, Repairs and Maintenance

  • Lincoln County Fire District 1

    • Fire District 1 Levy

      Special Election for Regular Property Tax Levy for Provision of Emergency Services

  • Lincoln County Park and Recreation District 3

    • Proposition 1

      Two Year Levy for Operations and Improvements - $90,000

  • Marcus

    • Proposition 1

      Annexation to the Stevens County Rural Library District

  • Northport

    • Proposition 1

      Annexation to the Stevens County Rural Library District

  • Pend Oreille County Hospital District 1

  • Sacheen Lake W/S District

  • Spangle Cemetery District

  • Spokane County Fire District 4

    • Proposition 1

      Renewal of Emergency Medical Services Property Tax Levy.

  • Sprague

    • Proposition 1

      Special Election for Regular Property Tax Levy for Provision of Emergency Services

  • State of Washington

  • Stevens County Fire District 5

  • Stevens County Rural Library District

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GOP won the right precincts

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Mapping the 2010 vote: U.S. Senate

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Mapping the 2010 Vote: County treasurer

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Mapping the 2010 Vote: County Commissioner

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Mapping the 2010 vote: County auditor

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State turnout record? Missed it by that much

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Mager concedes race to French

Spokane County Commissioner Bonnie Mager conceded defeat Wednesday in her bid for a second term. The election is to be certified Friday, and the latest results show challenger Al French with 50.8 percent of the vote to Mager’s 49.2 percent.

Commissioner Mager concedes defeat

Spokane County Commissioner Bonnie Mager conceded defeat Wednesday in her bid for a second term. The election is to be certified Friday, and the latest results show challenger Al French with 50.8 percent of the vote to Mager’s 49.2 percent.

Vestal: In judicial elections, judgment often lacking

I have a confession: I’m not 100 percent sure who I voted for in the Supreme Court race. I’m pretty sure. Almost positive. Odds are 5-to-1 or better that I recall which of these guys – Justice Richard Sanders or probable winner Charlie Wiggins – got my ill-informed, ill-considered vote.

Bragging rights go to Washington Poll

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Wiggins up by nearly 7,800

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Spin Control: Pace of ballot counting sure gets the dander up

One sure sign that fall is easing into winter is that political types are complaining about how long it takes to count ballots in Washington state. This rant usually starts about three days after an election, when the results of most races have been known for two days but a few close contests hang in the balance. This year, the main target of the whining is a state Supreme Court race, which on Friday was still somewhat in doubt.

Sanders says he’ll likely lose Supreme Court race

State Supreme Court Justice Richard Sanders fell further behind challenger Charlie Wiggins on Friday and acknowledged he was unlikely to turn the campaign around. Wiggins got a boost in his vote total from ballots tabulated in King County, and has a lead of about 5,700 votes going into the weekend.

Latest vote count still favors Wiggins

Voters in King County have helped Charlie Wiggins hang onto the lead in his bid to oust incumbent Justice Richard Sanders.

Democrats want probe of AFPWA spending

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Chilberg concedes treasurer race to Chase

Spokane County Treasurer Skip Chilberg conceded defeat Tuesday to his general election challenger, Rob Chase. Chilberg said he called Chase to offer his congratulations.

Wiggins takes lead in court race

Former Appeals Court Judge Charlie Wiggins took a narrow lead over incumbent Justice Richard Sanders in Washington’s tight Supreme Court race Tuesday afternoon. An analysis of voting patterns suggests Wiggins will finish ahead of Sanders and take his place on the state’s highest court when all remaining ballots are counted.

Wiggins takes lead…can he keep it?

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Wiggins takes lead in Supreme Court race

Charlie Wiggins took the lead in Washington state’s tight Supreme Court race, inching ahead of incumbent Justice Richard Sanders.