|Jay Inslee (D)||461,387||48.57%|
|Bill Bryant (R)||366,393||38.57%|
|Bill Hirt (R)||37,002||3.90%|
|Patrick O’Rourke (D)||26,771||2.82%|
|Steve Rubenstein (I)||15,110||1.59%|
|Johnathan Dodds (D)||10,706||1.13%|
|James Robert Deal (D)||9,887||1.04%|
|Mary Martin (S)||7,105||0.75%|
|David W. Blomstrom (F)||3,353||0.35%|
|Christian Pierre Joubert (H)||2,674||0.28%|
* Race percentages are calculated with data from the Secretary of State's Office, which omits write-in votes from its calculations when there are too few to affect the outcome. The Spokane County Auditor's Office may have slightly different percentages than are reflected here because its figures include any write-in votes.
About The Race
See candidate’s stances on different issues in the Washington governor issues grid
The latest Elway Poll suggests Washington’s statewide races will trend Democratic blue on Nov. 8.
The latest polling in Washington state shows incumbent Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee capturing more than 50 percent of voter support, and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton with a 17-point lead over Republican Donald Trump.
For decades, Democrats and Republicans have run for governor in Washington promising to be “the education governor.” This year is no different. If anything, there are times when the gubernatorial candidates seem to be running for state school superintendent, a different office altogether.
Gov. Jay Inslee has a sunny re-election pitch: Economy has rebounded; big investments in education and transportation; definitive action on climate change. And while much of that occurred while he was governor, it’s a stretch to say he led the charge on any of those issues except for climate change, where he imposed carbon caps on certain industries after the Legislature failed to act. The economic revival is driven by the Seattle boom. The economy looks far different elsewhere. Inslee stumped for a transportation revenue package, but the heavy lifting was done at the legislative level.
Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee and Republican challenger Bill Bryant clashed over the death penalty, Hanford lawsuits and their visions of the state in their third debate on Wednesday.
Gov. Jay Inslee and his Republican opponent Bill Bryant sparred Monday night over education, taxes and government oversight in their second debate.
Incumbent Gov. Jay Inslee and Republican challenger Bill Bryant will debate immediately following Monday’s presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Washington state gubernatorial candidate Bill Bryant stood behind a table holding 25,000 keys on Wednesday and called on Gov. Jay Inslee to release reports on staffing and other problems at the state’s largest psychiatric hospital.
U.S. Senate candidates debate in Spokane next month.
Because this is the seat of state government, it is also a magnet for people eager to exercise their right to peaceably assemble to petition for redress of grievances, even in the summer when lawmakers are nowhere to be found and the bureaucracy is less populated than normal.
Hundreds of state employees rally in Olympia for better wages and benefits.
State workers rally for higher wages and better benefits in the Capitol Rotunda as GOP gubernatorial hopeful Bill Bryant watches and chats with union members.
Does Spokane need an Indigenous Peoples Day when the state already has Native American Heritage Day?
Emergency responders in Spokane and other Washington communities along oil train routes will start getting advance notice of shipments on Oct. 1.
Results Washington director to step down. Interim replacement is former Spokesman-Review reporter Rich Roesler
Gov. Jay Inslee proclaimed a state of emergency for 20 counties in response to wildfires in Eastern Washington. The proclamation directs state agencies to do everything reasonably possible to assist affected local governments in responding to and recovering from the fires, calls for staff at the State Emergency Operations Center to coordinate state firefighting efforts and allows the use of the Washington National Guard if local jurisdictions need more resources, according to a governor’s news release.
Gov. Jay Inslee will visit the operation center Tuesday morning for a briefing on the fires burning in Spokane and around Eastern Washington.
Plan after plan has been agreed upon over the years only to fall apart when it came to time to screw up the courage and find the funding. Last session, the Legislature agreed on a plan to make plan to do just that. Now Bryant is a man with a plan for a plan.
Bill Bryant’s gubernatorial campaign has superimposed Gov. Jay Inslee in a strange place.
Usk was chosen as the site for a proposed silicon smelter. The Canadian company will get state assistance to build a $300 million facility.